The Swaziland Association of Architects, Engineers and Surveyors (SAAES) recently hosted a workshop under the theme “Engaging Research in Developing Infrastructure for Social and Economic Growth.
JOHANNESBURG :Lusendvo Fakudze, the acting Ludzidzini Palace Governor has called for calm in the country, he urged Swazis to make sure they attend the coming Incwala ceremony.
JOHANNESBURG :The out-going Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) will leave behind approximately R1million (about $75,000.00) telephone bill to be paid by taxpayers under the current economic challenges.
When out-going Prime Minister Dr Sibusiso Barnabas Dlamini systematically introduced policies that seek to destroy the teaching and other significant professions by introducing incentives for security forces who thrash protesters, we never thought it will reach this stage.
JOHANNESBURG :The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the Swaziland National Association of Teachers (SNAT) has called upon its members, student and parents to embark on a nation-wide boycott of King Mswati’s main propaganda newspaper, the Swazi Observer.
JOHANNESBURG :The Swaziland National Association of Teachers (SNAT) has vowed to report the government of Swaziland to the International Labour Organization (ILO) over the dramatic shooting that manifested in Manzini where a teacher was shot in the arm.
JOHANNESBURG :Police National Commissioner Isaac Magagula’s R120, 000 gift to King Mswati has triggered tension among junior police officers who accused their boss of using their money to entice the King for a political appointment.
JOHANNESBURG :The Times of Swaziland, a newspaper whose Managing editor Martin Dlamini privately works for King Mswati has disputed sentiments made by United States Ambassador to Swaziland Lisa Peterson suggesting that the country was struggling financially due to extravagancy.
JOHANNESBURG :Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who was in South Africa for the BRICKS Summit allegedly commanded his bodyguards to brutally assault South African Nationals who were protesting within Turkish Embassy The SA citizens were calling for an end to the dictatorship regime of the President in that country were human rights violations have become an order of the day.
The diplomatic relations between Swaziland and the Republic of China on Taiwan does not only deprive our country economic growth benefits that comes with Mainland China, but it is fast becoming a tool for King Mswati’s self-enrichment.
JOHANNESBURG :Ncumbi Maziya, the controversial Commissioner of the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) wants to rig the coming elections to prevent former Labour Minister Lutfo Dlamini from bouncing back to power.
JOHANNESBURG :Ncumbi Maziya, the controversial Commissioner of the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) alleged that they used to clash with the then Deputy Chairman Mzwandile Fakudze over female staff members.
JOHANNESBURG :Police in the Kingdom of Swaziland are video recording and keeping data of protest marches by the banned political parties and labour federations, Superintendent Khulani Mamba, the police Spokesperson has confirmed.
JOHANNESBURG :Prominent Zimbabwean political analyst Nyasha Mapanzure said the lack of political experience on Nelson Chamisa, the leader of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) will see ZANU-PF winning the highly anticipated elections next week.
JOHANNESBURG :Victor Gamedze’s wife Princess Lungile is reportedly at loggerheads with elders of Mbabane Swallows over monies amounting to millions that were discovered in the giant football team’s bank account.
JOHANNESBURG: Musa Ndlangamandla, the former Swazi Observer Chief Editor who fled the country after security agents stormed his office seeking to arrest him on alleged terrorism charges has returned to Swaziland.
JOHANNESBURG: Out-going Swazi Prime Minister Dr Sibusiso Barnabas Dlamini will leave office with an estimated wealth of over R100million (over $10million), an independent investigation reveals.
JOHANNESBURG: Mbongeni Mbingo, the Managing Editor of the Swazi Observer Group of Newspapers said has apologized for allowing the late powerful businessman Victor Gamedze to assault journalist Baphelele Kunene in front of him in the newsroom.
JOHANNESBURG: The Action for Sothern Africa (ACTSA) has described the 2018 national elections in Swaziland has a mockery of democracy due to the non-participation of political parties in the process.