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(Verse 1)
Oh, what a feeling
Look what we’ve overcome
Oh, I’m gonna wave-a-wave my flag
And count all the reasons
We are the champions
There ain’t no turning, turning back

Saying “Oh, can’t you taste the feeling, feeling”
Saying “Oh, we all together singing”

Look how far we’ve come
Now, now, now, now
There’s beauty in the unity we’ve found
I’m ready, I’m ready
We still got a long way
But look how far we’ve come
Now, now, now, now
Hands up for your colours
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
Wololomane ... sekunjalo ... the FIFA 2018 World Cup Gazi is here and ngiko nje today, June 16, on Youth Day Emzansi, singena with the song of the greatest sporting show on earth leyashaya ngu-Jason Derulo called ‘Color’ which is Coca Cola official anthem yalendzebe yemhlaba.
Gazi, phela with the biting cold lebuyisela street kid ekhaya these days, vele all eyes are glued on the big screen ngisho nalama-54cm etfu watching the games le-Russia. But ke Gazi asesibuye ekhaya before we give you the juicy story of how this Highlanders star has been frequenting one of the watering holes in town, watching the World Cup matches since Thursday while downing his favourite Sibebe beer until the ungodly hours.
Gazi, phela this week, Swazi MTN proved that indeed they are here to stay and they are faithful partner to the game of the billions by splashing E18 million towards the premier league to be spread over three years. This Gazi, love or hate MTN Swaziland , was a full testimony to their commitment to the game.

Kusukela nyalo natsi sibacolela kuwo onkhe emacala abo labawente kulo-20 years of existence.
Sisakhuluma ngemacala nje Gazi we were reminded nje of this cardinal sin committed by the mainstream media some three weeks ago when South Africa’s Premier Soccer League (PSL) held its annual awards. Phela sababatse siyagadza kutsi we will read about this juicy and ground breaking story of how the PSL honoured the late Premier League of Eswatini (PLE) (Siyayishintja leligama because Ingwenyama kadze yasho and siyamangala kutsi seyini lelebambe kungalandzelwa loku ngoba it has been gazetted too) chairman, Babe Victor ‘Maradona’ Gamedze.

His name was flighted on the big screen at the venue as the PSL paid tribute to the fallen soldiers of the 2017/18 season. This Gazi coming shortly after the PSL, for the first time in history, honoured Gamedze by ordering a minute of silence in their games on the weekend he was laid to rest was quite remarkable Gazi. To us, it shows the measure of the contribution of the dearly departed Madlenya to football not only in Swaziland but the region and continent. It has never happened and we doubt it will ever happen again. On a week Gazi, when it was exactly five months since his untimely and painful death we remembered his influence in local football which is still dealing with a lot of teething challenges. We know he is at a better place now. Like the Swaiswai supporters like to sing after their team’s victories, MYEKELENI APHUMULE ...

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