Publication: Times of Swaziland

First reported 7 hours ago - Updated 7 hours ago - 1 reports

UBOMBO SUGAR LTD FIRES 10 WORKERS

SITEKI – Ubombo Sugar Limited has fired 10 workers for allegedly violating company rules and regulations during the recently ended wage-increase strike.The workers were found guilty in various charges which, according to the disciplinary committee (DC), ... [Published Times of Swaziland - 7 hours ago]
First reported 7 hours ago - Updated 7 hours ago - 1 reports

4HIM SECURITY OFFICERS IN RIOT GEAR

Guards from 4Him Security Services patrol the bus rank while carrying their shields and batons yesterday. (Pic: Mduduzi Mngomezulu)MBABANE – Personnel from 4Him Security Services had to put on riot gear following a scuffle with illegal vendorrs at the ... [Published Times of Swaziland - 7 hours ago]
First reported 7 hours ago - Updated 7 hours ago - 1 reports

NO EBOLA SCARE IN SD- MINISTER

LOBAMBA  - The Minister of Health, Sibongile Simelane, said there was currently no ebola scare in the country as reported by the Swazi Observer yesterday.The minister yesterday rebuked the Swazi Observer for causing unnecessary public panic by stating ... [Published Times of Swaziland - 7 hours ago]
First reported 7 hours ago - Updated 7 hours ago - 1 reports

FINALLY, ALL PLANES TO LAND AT KMIII

SWACAA Communications and Marketing Director Sabelo Dlamini (L) shakes hands with Babsy Mavuso, SWACAA new Senior Communications Officer.SIKHUPHE – As of the end of September, no commercial aircraft will land at the Matsapha International Airport.In fact, ... [Published Times of Swaziland - 7 hours ago]
First reported 7 hours ago - Updated 7 hours ago - 1 reports

‘I HAVE E30M BUSINESS INTERESTS, ASSETS IN SD’

Inavit boss Andrea Nassi (R) and Roots’ Paulo Samina (L) with a plain-clothes police officer on their way to court.MBABANE – One of the businessmen who were arrested in connection with the E11 million Roots Construction fraud case says he has business ... [Published Times of Swaziland - 7 hours ago]
First reported 8 hours ago - Updated 8 hours ago - 1 reports

GOSSIP DESTROYING SCHOOL

Sir,Writing on behalf of other concerned parents, may I bring to the attention of the public the unprofessional nature of some teachers at a certain high school in the Shiselweni region. Both male and female teachers treat parents, colleagues and even ... [Published Times of Swaziland - 8 hours ago]
First reported 8 hours ago - Updated 8 hours ago - 1 reports

PLIGHT OF THE COMMUNITY TB TREATMENT SUPPORTERS

Sir,May I bring your attention to the problems we are facing as Community Tuberculosis Treatment Supporters. In case there are people who do not know what we do, we visit TB patients in the communities around Swaziland and are attached to various hospitals ... [Published Times of Swaziland - 8 hours ago]
First reported Aug 20 2014 - Updated 11 hours ago - 1 reports

TWO DIRECTORS ARRESTED FOR E11 MILLION ROOTS FRAUD

MANZINI – Two directors have been arrested for allegedly defrauding their business partner a sum of E11 million.Paulo Samina, who owns about 40 per cent shares at Roots Construction Company, was arrested together with Andrea Nassi, the Director of Inavit ... [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 20 2014]
First reported Aug 20 2014 - Updated Aug 20 2014 - 1 reports

PUT DOWN YOUR PRIDE AND GET BACK AGOA

Sir,Let us stop with the intimidation and start solving serious problems of national interest. As a sign of concern, government needs to seriously consider addressing the AGOA benchmarks. I do not think all is lost here.We need to pull up our socks and ... [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 20 2014]
First reported Aug 20 2014 - Updated Aug 20 2014 - 1 reports

CIVIL SERVANTS’ BACK PAY COSTS TAXPAYER E268M

MBABANE – It has cost the taxpayer a handsome E268 million to foot the bill for the four months bumper back pay for civil servants.This was confirmed by Evart Madlopha, the Principal Secretary (PS) in the Ministry of Public Service, in an interview y ... [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 20 2014]
First reported Aug 20 2014 - Updated Aug 20 2014 - 1 reports

WOMAN (25) GETS 4 YEARS, NO FINE FOR E200 000 DAGGA

MANZINI – A 25-year-old woman was yesterday sentenced to four years imprisonment without an option of a fine after she was found in possession of 3.22 kilogrammes of dagga valued at E200 000.Philisiwe Motsa of Lushikishini pleaded guilty to the offence ... [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 20 2014]
First reported Aug 20 2014 - Updated Aug 20 2014 - 1 reports

3 MORE SWAZIS ARRESTED FOR E2BN GOLD THEFT

MBABANE – It has been discovered that three more Swazis are among the suspects who have been arrested in the alleged stealing of gold ore estimated to be over E2 billion in South Africa.This brings the number of arrested Swazis to five. They were arrested ... [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 20 2014]

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...said the unionists’ action, what they did, would not be taken lightly, adding that government would be failing if their issue were ‘not addressed ` "in an appropriate manner.’"

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4HIM SECURITY OFFICERS IN RIOT GEAR [Published Times of Swaziland - 7 hours ago]
‘I HAVE E30M BUSINESS INTERESTS, ASSETS IN SD’ [Published Times of Swaziland - 7 hours ago]
FINALLY, ALL PLANES TO LAND AT KMIII [Published Times of Swaziland - 7 hours ago]
NO EBOLA SCARE IN SD- MINISTER [Published Times of Swaziland - 7 hours ago]
UBOMBO SUGAR LTD FIRES 10 WORKERS [Published Times of Swaziland - 7 hours ago]
PLIGHT OF THE COMMUNITY TB TREATMENT SUPPORTERS [Published Times of Swaziland - 8 hours ago]
GOSSIP DESTROYING SCHOOL [Published Times of Swaziland - 8 hours ago]
PUT DOWN YOUR PRIDE AND GET BACK AGOA [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 20 2014]
CIVIL SERVANTS’ BACK PAY COSTS TAXPAYER E268M [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 20 2014]
WOMAN (25) GETS 4 YEARS, NO FINE FOR E200 000 D... [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 20 2014]
TWO DIRECTORS ARRESTED FOR E11 MILLION ROOTS F... [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 20 2014]
WITHDRAWN POLICY NOT PART OF COURT CASE - CJ [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 20 2014]
3 MORE SWAZIS ARRESTED FOR E2BN GOLD THEFT [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 20 2014]
PASTOR IN COURT FOR FAILING TO MAINTAIN HIS CHILD [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 19 2014]
SPTC’S CANNED CHEAP GADGETS WERE MARKETING PLO... [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 19 2014]
SWAZIS ARRESTED FOR OVER E2BN GOLD THEFT [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 19 2014]
LATE CHIEF’S WIVES BACK MINISTER’S ESTATE POLICY [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 19 2014]
GOVT TO MAINTAIN STRONG GRIP ON SBIS [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 19 2014]
THIS IS THE REASON GEGE IS BEHIND [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 19 2014]
GET CRIMINALS OFF OUR STREETS [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 19 2014]
APOLOGISE TO PM - SIPHO GUMEDZE’S FAMILY [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 18 2014]
GOVT PURCHASES 25 CURTAINS FOR E225 000 [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 18 2014]
E2.1 MILLION PARKING GARAGE FOR PM [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 18 2014]
SNAT, NAPSAWU BOW TO 6.5% INCREMENT [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 18 2014]
E1.2BN FOR NATIONAL CHURCH CONSTRUCTION [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 18 2014]
GOVT SHOULD ACT ON AGOA BY OCTOBER - GUMEDZE [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 18 2014]
LET’S MAKE VISION 2022 OURS [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 18 2014]
IT’S TIME TO PUT YOUR HOUSE IN ORDER NKUNZ’EMN... [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 18 2014]
1 200 VACANCIES IN GOVT [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 17 2014]
US WORKERS WANTED SD OUT [Published Times of Swaziland - Aug 17 2014]
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