Publication: Times of Swaziland

First reported 9 hours ago - Updated 9 hours ago - 1 reports

SWAZIS ARE CRUEL TO EACH OTHER

Sir,It frustrates me very much as I look at the way our world is turning into a cruel place right in front of us. The world is being destroyed at the hands of the people we trusted to lead us. Honestly, why all the killings, the never-ending wars, the ... [Published Times of Swaziland - 9 hours ago]
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COMMUNITY PROJECTS NEVER SUCCEED - MARWICK

MBABANE – Lobamba Lomdzala Member of Parliament (MP) Marwick Khumalo said community income generating projects were barely a success.Making his submission during a debate on the Regional Development Fund (RDF) report by the Ministry of Tinkhundla Administration ... [Published Times of Swaziland - 10 hours ago]
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45 CURTAINS FOR E468 000

MBABANE – Government has made yet another purchase of 45 curtains at E468 000 for the Swaziland College of Technology (SCOT).The curtains, which have been hanged at the faculty of Education at SCOT, were purchased through a tender that was endorsed by ... [Published Times of Swaziland - 10 hours ago]
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RUDD’S FRIENDS SAY IT’S OVER – FIANCÉE

MBABANE – The fiancée of incarcerated former political activist Roland Rudd, Dumisile Lushaba is receiving messages informing her that their relationship is over.One of the messages was demanding that Lushaba should bring all the clothes belonging to ... [Published Times of Swaziland - 10 hours ago]
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MUTILATED MAN LINKED TO DAGGA WAREHOUSE

Dagga seeds and dagga were found in containers and plastic bags inside the warehouse.MBABANE – A dagga warehouse at Hawane was yesterday discovered by members of the Royal Swaziland Police and it is suspected that it was occupied by the white man who ... [Published Times of Swaziland - 10 hours ago]
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PUBLIC TO MAKE INPUT ON FPE BEFORE TASK TEAM

MBABANE – Almost nine months after government’s promise to review the Free Primary Education (FPE) the public will make an input before a task team.Government has finally set up a task team to look into issues of top-up fees in schools, Orphaned and Vulnerable ... [Published Times of Swaziland - 10 hours ago]
First reported Oct 19 2014 - Updated Oct 19 2014 - 1 reports

DISAPPOINTED IN UNION LEADERS

Sir,There is something wrong with union leaders. Selfishness, corruption, stealing of funds and detector ship is the order of the day in trade unions.I have read with disappointment the article about SNAT leadership misuse of membership funds. If that ... [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 19 2014]
First reported Oct 19 2014 - Updated Oct 19 2014 - 1 reports

MALE PROSTITUTES AT UNISWA

A wing of the university of Swaziland.Sir,There are a number of ills going on at the University of Swaziland (UNISWA).The government, which sponsors most students, has delayed in issuing meal and accommodation allowances and this has forced most of them ... [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 19 2014]
First reported Oct 19 2014 - Updated Oct 19 2014 - 1 reports

COPS BREAKING THE LAW?

MBABANE – The police have been labelled law-breakers in uniform. This is the view of the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA).This, according to Vincent Ncongwane, TUCOSWA Secretary General, is evidenced by their decision to quash a march by members ... [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 19 2014]
First reported Oct 19 2014 - Updated Oct 19 2014 - 1 reports

GCOKOMA ‘AVOIDS’ E2.4M HOUSE

Prince Gcokoma’s house that was revamped by government to the tune of E2.4 million.MANZINI – Manzini Regional Administrator (RA) Prince Gcokoma says he will not move into his new house, revamped by government to the tune of E2.4 million, for now.The husband ... [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 19 2014]
Entities: Furniture, Property, Attack
First reported Oct 19 2014 - Updated Oct 19 2014 - 1 reports

E12.6M TO BRING DEMOCRACY

MBABANE –The European Union (EU) has availed about E12.6 million to civil society organisations to engage in projects or actions in support of democracy and human rights activities in Swaziland.The actual amount is 900 000 Euros.The EU will avail financial ... [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 19 2014]
First reported Oct 19 2014 - Updated Oct 19 2014 - 1 reports

TUCOSWA TO BRIEF AMERICA AGAIN

MBABANE – The Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA) will once again brief the United States (US) Government on issues around the kingdom’s eligibility for the African Growth Opportunity Act (AGOA).This comes hardly two months after unionists controversially ... [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 19 2014]

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SWAZIS ARE CRUEL TO EACH OTHER [Published Times of Swaziland - 9 hours ago]
PUBLIC TO MAKE INPUT ON FPE BEFORE TASK TEAM [Published Times of Swaziland - 10 hours ago]
MUTILATED MAN LINKED TO DAGGA WAREHOUSE [Published Times of Swaziland - 10 hours ago]
RUDD’S FRIENDS SAY IT’S OVER – FIANCÉE [Published Times of Swaziland - 10 hours ago]
45 CURTAINS FOR E468 000 [Published Times of Swaziland - 10 hours ago]
COMMUNITY PROJECTS NEVER SUCCEED - MARWICK [Published Times of Swaziland - 10 hours ago]
MALE PROSTITUTES AT UNISWA [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 19 2014]
DISAPPOINTED IN UNION LEADERS [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 19 2014]
LIHLE LEMASWATI MAKES KIDS SMILE [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 19 2014]
TUCOSWA TO BRIEF AMERICA AGAIN [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 19 2014]
E12.6M TO BRING DEMOCRACY [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 19 2014]
GCOKOMA ‘AVOIDS’ E2.4M HOUSE [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 19 2014]
COPS BREAKING THE LAW? [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 19 2014]
BUT SERIOUSLY SPARKS… WHY? [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 18 2014]
I RECRUITED READERS TO BUT SERIOUSLY... [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 18 2014]
9 SCHOOLS DAMAGED BY STORM [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 18 2014]
SITEKI NAZARENE ARE JA NATIONAL CHAMPS [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 18 2014]
OVER 200 HOMESTEADS DAMAGED BY STORM [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 18 2014]
SD RAILWAY DEMANDS E15M FROM SALGAOCAR [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 18 2014]
UNIONS POSTPONE MARCH AT 11TH HOUR [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 18 2014]
OUR CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY IS IN TATTERS [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 17 2014]
THREE ELEPHANTS ON THE LOOSE [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 17 2014]
KING COMMENDS CUBA’S EFFORTS AGAINST EBOLA [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 17 2014]
X5S A PRODUCT OF THE MEDIA - PM [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 17 2014]
MAN FINDS DOGS EATING BODY OF NEWBORN BABY [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 17 2014]
GIVE PRAISE WHERE IT IS DUE [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 16 2014]
EX MINER KILLED IN CAR, GOVT TRUCK CRASH [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 16 2014]
ACC ARRESTS 9 PEOPLE FOR OVER E10M FRAUD [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 16 2014]
FREEDOM AWARE OF E150 000 BILL - SIBONGILE MAZI... [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 16 2014]
FEDERATIONS’ PROPOSED MARCH NOT ALLOWED - COPS [Published Times of Swaziland - Oct 16 2014]
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