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16 Days of Activism: Women want alleged serial royal rapist arrested

SWAGAA collaborates with UN, EU to host dialogue on 16 days against Gender Based Violence

E500million COVID-19 donations theft: Nurses union wants to take government to court for failing to provide working equipment.

Prime Minister Ambrose Dlamini is playing around with the King’s mind to prevent a Cabinet reshuffle.

King Mswati unleashes ritual men(Bemanti) to harass women for wearing pants, force them to cover their heads

Swazi Observer policy on defamation claims subjects journalists to injustice, undermines press freedom

King evicts poor women vendors, Mafutseni residents, Princess Sibahle’s Arab husband takes over land.

King evicts poor women vendors, Mafutseni residents, Princess Sibahle’s Arab husband takes over land. image

MAFUTSENI: King Mswati allegedly issued an order to evict poor women vendors at Mafutseni and other residents to give way for a project facilitated by Princess Sibahle and her Arab husband.

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ADVERTORIAL: Tehillah Africa Eswatini introduces walkthrough sanitizer booth

ADVERTORIAL: Tehillah Africa Eswatini introduces walkthrough sanitizer booth

MBABANE: Tehillah Africa Eswatini has introduced a walkthrough sanitizer booth that will assist companies, banks, schools and other entities in the fight against COVID-19.

 Prime Minister has announced the opening of cellphone shops and other small businesses.

Prime Minister has announced the opening of cellphone shops and other small businesses.

MBABANE: Prime Minister Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini has announced the opening of cellphone and other small businesses as part of the eased lockdown conditions.

Central Bank of Eswatini Monetary Police Statement- 15 April 2020.

Central Bank of Eswatini Monetary Police Statement- 15 April 2020.

On the 15th of April 2020, the Central Bank of Eswatini (Bank), together with the Monetary Policy Consultative Committee (MPCC) held an extra ordinary meeting in light of the current economic developments, particularly the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic effects, to consider the appropriate monetary policy stance. The Bank decided to cut the discount rate by 100 basis points (1 per cent) effective 16 April 2020.

All Nations Bishop donates E20,000.00 to widows organization

All Nations Bishop donates E20,000.00 to widows organization

Bishop Bheki Lukhele of the All Nations Church donated E20,000.00 to Umhluma Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organization(NGO) for widows, orphans and vulnerable children.

Eswatini debt crisis to undermine Foreign Direct Investments – Economist

Eswatini debt crisis to undermine Foreign Direct Investments – Economist

Wakhile Matsebula, an economist has warned that the country will lose more investors as a result of poor governance and the current debt crisis.

SPAR Donate a Can Voucher Winners

SPAR Donate a Can Voucher Winners

The first draw of the Philani Maswati Buy &Save ‘Donate a Can campaign’ E500 Voucher was conducted on Monday and the winners are:

SRA boss reminds employers to submit Pay as You Earn Tax Returns

SRA boss reminds employers to submit Pay as You Earn Tax Returns

: Dumsani Masilela, the Eswatini Revenue Authority (SRA) Commissioner General has reminded employers to submit their Pay as You Earn tax returns for the month of October tomorrow.

PM donates to Philani Maswati ‘Donate a Can’ campaign

PM donates to Philani Maswati ‘Donate a Can’ campaign

Prime Minister Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini has donated a tray of cans towards Philani Maswati’s ‘Donate a Can” campaign and urged the Nation to support this initiative.

E14billion circulating in eSwatini public procurement

E14billion circulating in eSwatini public procurement

About E14billion is circulating within the eSwatini Public Procurement, however the Small and Medium Enterprise benefits only E2billion.

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Tinkhundla, a "political party" without opposition

Comparing Tinkhundla with multi-party would be like making a comparism between apples and oranges.