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200 JOBS IN NHLANGANO NEXT MONTH

MBABANE – Montigny Investments  one of the largest privately owned timber companies in Southern Africa, now officially own 85 per cent shares of South Africa’s...
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MTN BUSHFIRE ANNOUNCES FIRST BATCH OF ARTISTS

MBABANE- The much anticipated MTN BUSHFIRE Festival 2018 preparations are at an advanced stage.  The countdown to this year’s MTN BUSHFIRE Festival has began and...
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SNCAC RAKES IN E280K IN NACA AWARDS

EZULWINI – It is raining money. In the space of an hour, the Swaziland National Council of Arts and Culture cashed in a sum of...
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ZIMBABWE, SA STRIKERS FOR MATSAPHA AGAINST ’DOWNS

MBABANE – Matsapha United will unleash three foreign players this evening when they cross swords with Manzini Sundowns in the replayed MTN League clash that...
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RUNNING A HALF MARATHON WITHOUT PROPER TRAINING

MBABANE – If you’re not a runner, not an athlete, training for a half marathon might seem like an extremely daunting task. With a few...
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WE’RE ARMED, READY FOR CITY – ‘BUFFS’ PLAYERS

LOBAMBA – Despite that a majority of Young Buffaloes players will be making their debut in the CAF Confederations Cup, they are raring to go...
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‘TOTOTO’ RETAINS MC CHAIRMANSHIP AT PIRATES

MBABANE – Moneni Pirates have roped in their own, Christopher ‘Tototo’ Khoza to lead the team until end of the season. Khoza was given the reins...
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‘MAGIC FEET’ TIPPED FOR ‘BIRDS’ CHAIRMANSHIP

MBABANE – Capital city giants’ Mbabane Swallows are set to fortify their fortress by roping in former player LIoyd ‘Magic Feet’ Maziya as Chairman of...
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NO SEATS FOR DIPLOMATS’ FRIENDS IN PUBLIC GALLERY

LOBAMBA - Diplomats will not be allowed to sit with their friends and companions inside the Parliament public gallery during the official opening next week. This...
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PRINCE MBILINI ERA, 27 DEMANDS IN PM’S BOOK

MBABANE – It seems 1996 will forever go down memory lane with Prime Minister Sibusiso Barnabas Dlamini for more reasons than one. This was the same...
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