RESIGN OR FORGET ELECTIONS

RESIGN OR FORGET ELECTIONS MBABANE – The FA has since issued a directive on the election debacle between Vice President Mashumi and the Shiselweni FA. Outgoing Chairman of the Shiselweni Regional Football Association (SRFA) Enos Vilane yesterday disclosed that they had received a directive from the National Football Association (NFAS) Executive Committee advising Shongwe to either step down… Read More »

5 S. AFRICAN GUNMEN ATTACK SWAZI, DEMAND ‘GHOSTS MONEY’

5 S. AFRICAN GUNMEN ATTACK SWAZI, DEMAND ‘GHOSTS MONEY’ MAKHOSINI – Five men, who were wielding two guns, reportedly attacked a man of Makhosini on Sunday evening, demanding to be given ‘ghosts money’. The unknown men, who are believed to be South Africans, invaded the man’s homestead at about 7pm. Jabulani Simelane (38) was alone at the gate… Read More »

‘KAKONA’ SAYS TOP COP HAD AFFAIR WITH HIS WIFE

‘KAKONA’ SAYS TOP COP HAD AFFAIR WITH HIS WIFE MBABANE – Manzini businessman Mfanukhona ‘Kakona’ Dlamini has accused the leading investigating officer in his matter of having been involved in a sexual relationship with his estranged wife. This transpired when Advocate Mduduzi Mabila cross-examined Colonel Willian Mokatse of the South African Police Service (SAPS), who is a State… Read More »

COLD KILLS GUARD, MOZAMBICAN STABBED 10 TIMES IN MATSAPHA

COLD KILLS GUARD, MOZAMBICAN STABBED 10 TIMES IN MATSAPHA MANZINI – Two people died in Matsapha yesterday morning; one was stabbed more than 10 times all over the body, while the other, a security guard, collapsed and died at the industrial sites apparently due to the cold. The security guard, Joseph Dlamini (53) of Bhekinkhosi, employed by Guard… Read More »

MTN FLOUTED REGULATOR’S RULES IN STOPPED SYSTEM

MTN FLOUTED REGULATOR’S RULES IN STOPPED SYSTEM MBABANE – Swazi MTN did not follow procedure when implementing the reversed ‘new’ data bundles pricing structure.  This came to light after the mobile company had convened a meeting with the Swaziland Communications Commission (SCCOM), where it was explained that the approval to implement the new data review had not been… Read More »

NO 17% PAY RISE FOR POLITICIANS – PM

NO 17% PAY RISE FOR POLITICIANS – PM Some Members of Parliament. (File pic) MBABANE – The Prime Minister, Sibusiso Barnabas Dlamini, says politicians should hold their horses as regards the 17 per cent salary increment that has almost been successfully negotiated between government and public sector unions. The precedent has been that every time civil servants received… Read More »