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Witches can't fly brooms above 150 meters in Swaziland

Washington Times: Witches in Swaziland — where witchcraft is serious business — aren't cleared to fly their broomsticks higher than 150 meters and violators may be arrested and fined. The clarification comes from Civil Aviation Authority marketing and corporate ...
back to square one - Times Of Swaziland

- 1 week ago @ times.co.sz: Now we hear that the Swaziland Economic Improvement Workers Union (SEIWU) has changed its name. This comes amid allegations that government has a soft spot for this new-kid-on-the-block. By the way, as you may have read in one of our news stories ...

why airlines shun new airport - Times Of Swaziland

- 1 week ago @ times.co.sz: MBABANE – A lack of customers is said to be deterring airline companies from using the King Mswati III (KMIII) International Airport. Solomon Dube, the Chief Executive Officer of the Swaziland Civil Aviation Authority (SWACAA), described the scenario ...

WHY AIRLINES SHUN NEW AIRPORT

- 1 week ago @ times.co.sz: MBABANE – A lack of customers is said to be deterring airline companies from using the King Mswati III (KMIII) International Airport. Solomon Dube, the Chief Executive Officer of the Swaziland Civil Aviation Authority (SWACAA), described the scenario ...

BREAKING: 2018 World Cup: Super Eagles seeded, drawn with Djibouti or Swaziland

- 6 days ago @ premiumtimesng.com: The 2018 World Cup qualifying draw is taking place in St Petersburg, Russia, and three-time Africa champions, the Super Eagles of Nigeria have been drawn with the winner of the game between Djibouti and Swaziland. Nigeria is one of the African teams ...

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Swaziland's Manzini Sundowns Eyes Yamikani Fodya

AllAfrica.com: Manzini Sundowns from Swaziland are set to submit an official bid for Big Bullets and Malawi's left back Yamikani Fodya this month. According to Bullets vice general secretary Kelvin Moyo, Sundowns has already approached the people team regarding the ...

Swaziland: US Cable Says Swazi King 'Imbalanced'

AllAfrica.com: The US Embassy in Swaziland said King Mswati III was 'not intellectually well developed' and 'is not a reader'. It also called him 'imbalanced'. The comments about the Swazi King came from Earl Irvine in February 2010, when he was the US Ambassador to ...

FILSWAA GIVES OVER E40 000 CLOTHES TO MPHINI COMMUNITY

Times of Swaziland: MANZINI - FILSWAA in partnership with Tex Ray Swaziland have provided Mphini community members with over E40 000 clothes. The donation was made over the weekend by the Filipinos in Swaziland Association (FILSWAA) members and Tex Ray ...

Swaziland's Manzini Sundowns eyes Yamikani Fodya

Malawi24: Manzini Sundowns from Swaziland are set to submit an official bid for Big Bullets and Malawi's left back Yamikani Fodya this month. According to Bullets vice general secretary Kelvin Moyo, Sundowns has already approached the people team regarding the ...

Swaziland club interested in Bullets defender Fodya

Nyasa Times: But Bullets Vice General Secretary Kelvin Moyo said on Thursday that official communication is yet to be made by Manzini. However, Moyo said the club will not bar the player and any other player from exploring other avenues on conditions that the ...

Swazi Soldiers Torture Old Ladies

AllAfrica.com: Swaziland soldiers beat up old ladies so badly they had to be taken to their homes in wheelbarrows, a member of the Swazi parliament has reported. Titus Thwala said that elderly women were among the local residents who were regularly beaten by soldiers ...

Swaziland: Swazi King's Budget Rises By 25pc

AllAfrica.com: The budget for Swaziland's King Mswati III and his family has increased by 25 percent and now makes up five percent of the overall national budget for Swaziland. These figures that are never debated in the Swazi Parliament or in the kingdom's ...

HISTORIC PUBLIC INTERVIEWS FOR JUDGES POSTS

Times of Swaziland: Among the applicants for these positions are acting Attorney General Sabelo Matsebula and President of the Law Society of Swaziland Titus Mlangeni. Some of the lawyers who sat for the interviews were acting High Court Judge Sidumo Mdladla, former ...

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Botswana Support for Swazi Freedom

AllAfrica.com: Swaziland is the only country in the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) where political parties are banned. In Swaziland, where King Mswati III rules as sub-Saharan Africa's last absolute monarch, political parties are banned by the kingdom's ...

allAfrica.com: Swaziland: Botswana Support for Swazi Freedom

AllAfrica.com: Botswana's National Front has called for political parties in Swaziland to be unbanned. Swaziland is the only country in the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) where political parties are banned. In Swaziland, where King Mswati III rules as ...

WHY AIRLINES SHUN NEW AIRPORT

Times of Swaziland: MBABANE – A lack of customers is said to be deterring airline companies from using the King Mswati III (KMIII) International Airport. Solomon Dube, the Chief Executive Officer of the Swaziland Civil Aviation Authority (SWACAA), described the scenario ...

why airlines shun new airport - Times Of Swaziland

Times of Swaziland: MBABANE – A lack of customers is said to be deterring airline companies from using the King Mswati III (KMIII) International Airport. Solomon Dube, the Chief Executive Officer of the Swaziland Civil Aviation Authority (SWACAA), described the scenario ...

Swaziland: Who Paid for Swazi King's Jet?

[Swazi Media] As news leaks that King Mswati III of Swaziland is about to get a second private jet at a cost of at least US$30 million, there is still a mystery about who paid for the jet he already has.

Swaziland: Revealed - Details of King's New Jet

[Swazi Media] King Mswati III of Swaziland is set to buy a second private jet, confidential documents have confirmed.

Swaziland: Swazi King's University 'Insolvent'

[Swazi Media] Only one month after Swaziland's King Mswati III pledged his support for higher education in his kingdom, the university where he is Chancellor is reportedly insolvent.

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Nigeria to play Djibouti or Swaziland in 2018 World Cup qualifiers

P.M. News: Nigeria will play Djibouti or Swaziland in a two-leg knockout tie in the 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign following the African zone draw made in St Petersburg, Russia on Saturday. Neighbours, Cameroon will have to negotiate a tricky two-leg knockout ...

BREAKING: 2018 World Cup: Super Eagles seeded, drawn with Djibouti or Swaziland

Premium Times: The 2018 World Cup qualifying draw is taking place in St Petersburg, Russia, and three-time Africa champions, the Super Eagles of Nigeria have been drawn with the winner of the game between Djibouti and Swaziland. Nigeria is one of the African teams ...

Djibouti, Swaziland could be dangerous –Musa - The Sun

Nigeria have been drawn in the second round of the 2018 World Cup qualifying tournament with minnows Djibouti or Swaziland , but Ahmed Musa has warned either team could pose a danger to the Super Eagles quest to ...

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Maritzburg Eye Swaziland 'Keeper

AllAfrica.com: After losing Shuib Walters to Mpumalanga Black Aces, Maritzburg United are now looking at bringing in Swaziland international goalkeeper Sandile Ginindza. A source who knows the whole situation told Sport24 that the team has already approached the ...

Maritzburg eye Swaziland 'keeper | Sport24

Sport24: Cape Town - After losing Shuib Walters to Mpumalanga Black Aces, Maritzburg United are now looking at bringing in Swaziland international goalkeeper Sandile Ginindza. A source who knows the whole situation told Sport24 that the team has already ...

Maritzburg eye Swaziland 'keeper

Sport24: Cape Town - After losing Shuib Walters to Mpumalanga Black Aces, Maritzburg United are now looking at bringing in Swaziland international goalkeeper Sandile Ginindza. A source who knows the whole situation told Sport24 that the team has already ...

allAfrica.com: Swaziland: Vilakati - We Deserved to Win Against Chiefs

AllAfrica.com: Mbabane Swallows defeated Kaizer Chiefs to reach the final of the King's Cup in Swaziland where they beat Royal Leopards to win the inaugural tournament and their coach Thabo Koki Vilakati told Sport24 that looking at the way they played they deserved ...

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Team Zim Doing Well in Swaziland

AllAfrica.com: During the first 36 minutes of the game, Swaziland were leading 2-0. However, the match was replayed on Sunday night at the sports centre and Zimbabwe managed to beat the host team 2-0. On Saturday night, the Zimbabwe volleyball men's team beat ...

Academy in Swaziland raises spiritual leaders

Mission Network News: Swaziland (MNN) — Today's children are tomorrow's leaders. The best way to create a better future is by investing in those who will live in it. Children's HopeChest is one organization that understands the truth of that concept. Through the Swaziland ...

King Mswati's tyranny in Swaziland shows some cracks

Sowetan Live (press release) (registration): Swaziland is an absolute monarchy, a dictatorship, where laws stop and start with the royal family, more precisely the Queen Mother and her son King Mswati III. In this context the law itself is illegitimate. It is highly unlikely that the solution to ...

Second General Police Commander At Sarpcco Games in Swaziland

AllAfrica.com: Luanda — The second general commander of the National Police, chief commissioner Paulo de Almeida is going to attend in Mbabane city, Kingdom of Swaziland, the opening of the 9th the Southern African Regional Police Chiefs Cooperation (SARPCCO), ...

Swaziland: Support for Jailed Lawyer 'Amazing'

[Swazi Media] Tanele Maseko, the wife of the human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko, jailed in Swaziland for writing articles critical of the Swazi judiciary, has said she is amazed at the support he has received from the international community.

Swaziland: Court Orders Homes Destroyed

[Swazi Media]The High Court in Swaziland has ordered the forced eviction of more residents from their stick-and-mud homes to make way for the building of a technology park, dubbed a 'vanity project' for King Mswati III.

Swaziland: Colleges Snub Student Leaders

[Swazi Media]Student leaders in Swaziland are complaining that universities and colleges in the kingdom are refusing to allow them to represent their constituents.

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