Winter maize way to food security

11 Jun
When a country has access to water, what more is required to grow maize and attain food security? This is the question that farmers in the lower Nkomazi Valley in the South East Hhohho are addressing. Farmers together with the MoA...
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MBABANE BUSINESS MEET OVER WATER CRISIS

14 Jan
Businesses that rely on water are holding an emergency meeting with the Mbabane city council to discuss the worsening drought that is gripping the city. City spokesperson Gugulethu Hlophe says the emergency meeting will address among other concerns hygiene standards...
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ON FORM LEOPARD HOSTS BAD BOYS

12 Jan
In the MTN league this afternoon, inform Royal Leopard is hosting relegation bound Bad Boy at 16:00 hrs at Somhlolo Stadium. Struggling Malanti takes on wounded Red lion at 18:00 hrs. The Lion looks set to redeem their shattered pride...
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FUEL PRICES UNLIKELY TO FALL

11 Jan
The price of fuel in Swaziland is unlikely to fall despite historic lows in global crude oil prices. Swaziland economist Christopher Fakudze says the continued fall of the Rand – Dollar exchange will continue to put pressure on the price...
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ALL RIGS DEPLOYED TO MBABANE

10 Jan
One of 6 drilling rigs that have been deployed to prepare boreholes around Mbabane.
Government has redeployed its entire compliment of 6 drilling rigs around the country to urgently construct 15 boreholes around the city of Mbabane. The city has started implementing emergency measures to ration water after its only water source – the...
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World Bank loan for private sector growth

9 Jan
The World Bank is to loan Swaziland US$25 million to help strengthen private sector development and catalyze new investment. The World Bank Group’s Board of Executive Directors announced the loan on Thursday 3 December 2015. The Private Sector Competitiveness project,...
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