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Swaziland students sell themselves for sex because scholarships have not been paid
Students in Swaziland/Eswatini are selling themselves for sex to raise cash for food because the government has not paid their allowances. A trade in young women has developed with businessmen ‘pimping’ students to affluent tourists from neighbouring South Africa, the Sunday edition of the Swazi Obs
Swaziland: Students want out of Taiwan - Inside Education Inspiring Minds
Instead of attending to studies most of the time, they are forced to work long hours, and in very difficult conditions. They are made to work in a cold chicken factory, which is under 10 degrees Celsius most of the time.
Swaziland: Private Sector Corrupt, but Public Sector Worse
The Kingdom of eSwatini, formerly known as Swaziland, lost US$2.09 million due to fraud and corruption in various sectors of the government, the national police deputy commissioner said Monday at an event celebrating International Fraud Awareness week, theSwazi Observerreported.
Stunning Photos Tell the Story of Gay Men in Swaziland - Feature Shoot
When artistKyle Meyerbeganphotographing gay men in Swaziland, or eSwatini, five years ago, his subjects were initially wary about the exposure. Their concern was justified: Same-sex relationships are against the law there, and people who are suspected of being gay risk unemployment, ostracism and ev
Swaziland: Royal Swaziland Sugar accused of illegally evicting local farmers, includes company's comments | Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
The Swaziland Justice Forum has accused the Corporation of being complicit in the illegal eviction of sugar cane farmers and their families from what should have been by now their freehold land. The forum alleged that these evictions were largely motivated by King Mswati III of Swaziland’s desire to
Richard E. Grant Barely Survived Childhood. Now He's Thriving As An Actor
Growing up in Swaziland, Richard E. Grant was always fascinated by acting. As a kid, he made theaters out of shoeboxes and populated them with figurines that he'd cut from magazines. Eventually he moved on to real stages, first in school plays and then with an amateur theater club.
Kingdom of Eswatini’s new members of Pan African Parliament speak out
Mbabane, Swaziland (ADV) – The Kingdom of Eswatini recently elected five members to represent it at the Pan African Parliament (PAP). The five include the seasoned legislator Senator Michael Temple who returns to has been serving at PAP, Senator Sylvia Mthethwa, Honourable Member of Parliament Thand
Dr. Deidra Crews discusses class, race and kidney disease
The School of Medicine hosted Dr. Deidra Crews, recipient of the President’s Frontier Award, who discussed her research on kidney disease on Monday. Crews is an associate professor of Medicine and serves as the associate vice chair for Diversity and Inclusion in the Department of Medicine.
Swaziland Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Market 2018, Upcoming Trends, Challenges and Industry Key Players – Africa Online, Posix, Real Image - Trade Market Research
Swaziland’s Swazi Mobile looks to an IPO, Swaziland was one of the last countries in the world to abolish an almost complete monopoly in all sectors of its telecommunications market. Until 2011 the state-owned posts and telecommunications operator SPTC also acted as the industry regulator and had a
New Drive Against Corruption in Swaziland Leaves Out King Mswati, the Biggest Drain On the Public Purse
Ambrose Dlamini, the newly unconstitutionally-appointed Prime Minister of Swaziland/Eswatini, said he will have zero tolerance on corruption in the kingdom ruled by absolute monarch King Mswati III.
The shocking reason women are not allowed to eat cow meat in parts of Eswatini - Face2Face Africa
The kingdom of Eswatini is a small country located in Southern Africa. The beautiful landlocked country celebrated its 50th year of independence earlier this year. Formerly known as Swaziland, the reigning King, King Mswati III officially changed the name of the country to Eswatini which means land
Qatar responds to alleged detention of journalists in Kingdom of eSwatini
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that it is investigating an incident involving the Charge d'Affaires of Qatar's embassy in the Kingdom of eSwatini, formerly known as the Kingdom of Swaziland, and journalists from the Times of Swaziland newspaper.
Botswana, Namibia impress in Gaborone
The ICC World Twenty20 Africa ‘C’ Qualifiers are underway in Botswana, with favourites Namibia, as well as the hosts Botswana, off to an ideal start.
World Twenty20 Africa C Qualifier off to a flying start
The ICC World Twenty20 Africa ‘C’ Qualifiers began at the Botswana Cricket Oval in Gaborone on Sunday.The more fancied Namibian side lived up to expectations as they thumped Swaziland by 10 wickets in their opening encounter on BCA Oval 2. It took the Eagles just under five overs to chase the measly
eSwatini king appoints MTN executive as prime minister - local media
eSwatini's King Mswati has appointed Ambrose Dlamini, chief executive of the local unit of telecoms group MTN, as new prime minister of the southern African kingdom, local media reported.
Qatar responds to allegation against Charge d’affaires in Eswatini
Pursuant to that investigation, the Government of Qatar is now in receipt of a report by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation of the Kingdom of Eswatini that states, “We have investigated the allegations that the Charge d’affaires held journalists hostage at the Embassy of
Swaziland:Angels Told Me Who New Prime Minister Is - King
King Mswati III, the absolute monarch of Swaziland / Eswatini, told a meeting of the kingdom's 'People's Parliament' he had been visited by angels whom told him who he should appoint as the kingdom's new Prime Minister.[...]
Egypt coach Javier Aguirre: We could have scored more goals against Swaziland
Egypt coach Javier Aguirre feels they could have beaten Swaziland by a wider margin had they not wasted scoring chances in the 2-0 away win on Tuesday.Goals from West Brom defender Ahmed Hegazi and Marwan Mohsen helped the Egyptians beat Swaziland although they blew a number of golden opportunities.
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Egypt Coach Issues Injury Update On Liverpool Star Mo Salah Who Limped Off Against Swaziland
Mo Salah produced a moment of magic during Egypt's 4-1 African Cup Of Nations win over Swaziland as the Liverpool superstar scored directly from a corner, but following on from his wonder goal he was seen hobbling off in the closing stages of the match, which will prove to be a huge worry for Mersey