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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 ...
THREE SUPREME COURT JUDGES NOT PAID 2014 SESSION SALARIES

- 5 days ago @ times.co.sz: MBABANE – Swaziland-based Supreme Court judges have still not been paid their salaries for last year's session. The session of the Supreme Court is in May and November each year and the judges have not been paid for both sessions. The country's ...

Teaching African children to swim

- 3 days ago @ ri.search.yahoo.com: An inspirational swimming instructor from Stamford Leisure Pool has taught pre-school children how to swim in a small village in Swaziland, Africa.

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App in South Africa Judges How Many Cows to Pay for a Wife

© Khaya Ngwenya/City Press/Gallo Images/Getty Images Lobola (bridal price) cattle at a wedding in Swaziland, October 19, 2013. (Bloomberg) -- A software developer in Johannesburg has taken the time-honored African tradition of paying a bride price into the tech age.

THESE NUMBER PLATES HAVE EXPIRED

Times of Swaziland: In the year 2011, at least 153 013 vehicles had been registered in Swaziland according to the Global Health Observatory data compiled by the World Health Organisation (WHO). In June last year, the Road Transportation Department (RTD) revealed to the ...

GOVERNMENT IN 'ILLEGAL' E1BILLION DEAL

Times of Swaziland: MBABANE – Government's bid to secure a loan of E1 billion from the Swaziland National Provident Fund (SNPF) and Public Service Pension Fund (PSPF), to build institutional houses, is illegal. The Times SUNDAY can reveal that Section 19 (3) of the ...

SPTC IN SERIOUS FINANCIAL TROUBLE

Times of Swaziland: MBABANE – Dumisani Ndlangamandla, Minister for Information, Communication and Technology, says the Swaziland Posts and Telecommunication Corporation (SPTC) is facing financial challenges. The public company recorded a loss of E142.7 million ...

I QUIT THIS LIFE – CHESTER

Times of Swaziland: Martin Dlamini, who is Managing Editor of the Times of Swaziland Group of newspapers, was the chief mourner for Mhlanga's friends at a memorial event that was hosted at the Mater Dolorosa Chapel in the capital city. He said he knew Mhlanga from a young ...

TOP CYCLIST EXPECTS MORE SWAZI RIDERS

Times of Swaziland: This transpired during a launch at Swaziland National Museum at Lobamba on Thursday night. Dlamini, who set a record alongside promising youngster, Sifiso Mhlanga, to become the first Swazi champions of the pair's stage event last year, challenged more ...

HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION FAILING THE SWAZI PEOPLE

Times of Swaziland: I have realised that the Constitution of Swaziland was brought into force to enrich certain Swazis rather than improve good governance. Section 163 of the Constitution talks about the establishment of the Commission on Human Rights and Public ...

Swaziland teens see snow fall on Darlington as they learn how Brit youngsters - The Northern Echo

The Northern Echo: The Northern Echo </font> The Northern Echo: MEET AND GREET: Students from Good Shepherd High School in Swaziland funded by Darlington charity RAID viist Darlington and meet the mayor of the town in the town hall. Sitting infront of a wall of photos of previous mayors of the town are Henson ...

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Abu Dhabi fund signs deal loan with Swaziland

Emirates 24/7: Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) has extended Dh36.73 million ($10m) as a concessionary loan to the Government of Swaziland aiming to support the kingdom's economic and social development through the development of roads and improvement ...

Abu Dhabi Fund for Development gives Dh36.7m loan to Swaziland's government

gulfnews.com: Dubai: Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) has extended Dh36.73 million as a concessionary loan to the Government of Swaziland aiming to support the kingdom's economic and social development through the development of roads and improvement ...

Abu Dhabi Fund for Development gives Dh36.7m loan to Swaziland’s government

Funds to support the kingdom’s economic and social development through the development of roads Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) has extended Dh36.73 million as a concessionary loan to the Government of Swaziland aiming to support the kingdom's economic and social development through the development of roads and improvement of surface transportation network. As a starting point, the funding ...

KING MSWATI III..

'Swaziland's King Mswati views people as commodities'

Eyewitness News: 'Swaziland's King Mswati views people as commodities'. Mswati has been condemned for the decision amid reports that his children are being educated overseas. Swaziland's King Mswati III arrives at the Union Buildings for the inauguration of President ...

Swazi Govt Misleads On Child Labour

AllAfrica.com: The Swaziland Government, embarrassed at international news reports that King Mswati III decreed that schools should close so children could weed his fields, is now misleading the public over the matter. Last week Minister of Education and Training ...

AGOA Propaganda From King's Paper

AllAfrica.com: Swaziland lost its right to export goods tariff free to the US under the Africa Growth Opportunity Act (AGOA) on 1 January 2015. The trade privilege was withdrawn because the kingdom, ruled by King Mswati III as an absolute monarch, has not met five ...

Swaziland: Swazi Govt Misleads On Child Labour

[Swazi Media]The Swaziland Government, embarrassed at international news reports that King Mswati III decreed that schools should close so children could weed his fields, is now misleading the public over the matter.

Swazi King Delays School so That Students Can Weed His Fields

(Bloomberg) –- Swaziland’s King Mswati III has delayed the start of the school year, ordering students to complete the weeding of his fields instead. Tending to the monarch’s farmland is a “national duty,” the education ministry said in a statement carried in the Times of Swaziland.

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Swaziland teens see snow fall on Darlington as they learn how Brit youngsters

Durham Times: MEET AND GREET: Students from Good Shepherd High School in Swaziland funded by Darlington charity RAID viist Darlington and meet the mayor of the town in the town hall. Sitting infront of a wall of photos of previous mayors of the town are Henson ...

Swaziland Is Not in the 'First World'

AllAfrica.com: There is no stopping the media in Swaziland as they continue to bang on about how close the kingdom is to achieving King Mswati III's aspiration to be the ruler of a 'First World' nation by 2022. One cannot entirely blame them since the King rules ...

Swazi Churches Circumcision Blunder

AllAfrica.com: Churches in Swaziland have agreed to back male circumcision as a way to prevent the spread of HIV even though there in no concrete proof that the procedure works and attempts to get people to have the operation in the past have failed. In 2010 the ...

Kids Forced to Weed King's Fields

AllAfrica.com: A report on people trafficking in Swaziland published in 2014 said the King used forced child labour to work in his fields. 'Swazi chiefs may coerce children and adults - through threats and intimidation - to work for the King,' the report from the ...

Swaziland: Swazi Churches Circumcision Blunder

[Swazi Media]Churches in Swaziland have agreed to back male circumcision as a way to prevent the spread of HIV even though there in no concrete proof that the procedure works and attempts to get people to have the operation in the past have failed.

Laffor happy with Swazi camp

Anthony Laffor says Mamelodi Sundowns' recent training camp in Swaziland has been "eye opening" as they look to get back to full fitness.

Swaziland: Kids Forced to Weed King's Fields

[Swazi Media]The opening of schools in Swaziland has been postponed for a week so children can weed the fields of King Mswati III.

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KING BLASTS TIMFAMONA

Times of Swaziland: The King, when dispersing regiments at Ngabezweni Royal Residence yesterday, which marked the end of the national prayer, Incwala, said some people were painting a bad picture of Swaziland. His Majesty wondered where these people were getting the ...

Swaziland says king did not delay schools opening

BDlive: THE Swaziland government on Monday denied reports that King Mswati had ordered that schools open a week late to allow schoolchildren to weed his fields. Nongovernment organisations and teacher unions have said they would march to the Union ...

Swaziland Government Critic Dlamini Quits Union, Observer Says

Bloomberg: Barnes Dlamini, president of the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland and a critic of the government of King Mswati III, resigned from the labor organization, the Swazi Observer reported. Dlamini tendered his resignation on Jan. 17 as the union federation ...

Swaziland's Virgins Offered $18 to Remain Chaste | Lex Solo's

Virgins in Swaziland , one of the poorest countries in Africa have been offered an incentive by king Mswati, to stay away from sexual relationships. It's meant to be a monthly stipend to carter for their basic needs. The King has ...

In Swaziland, "the path to freedom goes through prison"

In Swaziland , freedom of speech does not exist. Criticize the King or expose the government and prison is possible. That is what happened to Thulani Maseko, a human rights lawyer and Bheki Makhubu, journalist and editor ...

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Swaziland faces 'middle income trap'

The Swazi Observer: AS a middle-income country, Swaziland needs to implement momentous reforms to avoid a 'middle income trap' as economic growth rates gradually drop while per capita income has stagnated, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has observed. The IMF ...

GOVT TO CONTINUE BEING LARGEST EMPLOYER

Times of Swaziland: MBABANE – With the addition of about 1 200 civil servants, the Swazi Government will continue to be the highest employer and spender among relatively comparative countries when taking into consideration the population and the gross domestic product ...

MICROCAPITAL BRIEF: Swaziland Ministry of Finance to Develop Credit

MicroCapital: Swaziland's Ministry of Finance reportedly will launch a program to protect Swazi consumers from over-indebtedness by making consumer credit information available to all credit providers in the country, including development finance institutions, ...

More Swazi-style (in)justice for jailed journalists | Daily

Bheki Makhubu and Thulani Maseko have been in jail in Swaziland since April, and they're not getting out anytime soon. A new court decision on Wednesday means the journalists' case will only be heard again in May, which ...

hashtag Swaziland Rocks: Swazi Trails

Fun things to do in Swaziland Hey, you probably guessed it… and we certainly know it: #swazilandrocks ! In fact it REALLY rocks! There are so many fun, active and totally insane things to do that we often loose track of them.

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