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The rate of new HIV infections has been reduced by more than 30% overall, and by more than 50% in seven countries in the region. Since 2005, the number of people receiving lifesaving antiretroviral therapy (ART) has increased tenfold-from 625,000 to
The EBC erroneously combined two election districts at the nominations during the weekend of 3-4 August 2013. When the mistake was discovered the EBC ordered the people of Njabulweni, near Lubhuku, in the Dvokodvweni Constituency, to nominate again.
Seasoned watchers of Swaziland will know that King Mswati III was wide of the mark when he said there was no police brutality in his kingdom and people were free to associate: the facts prove the opposite. King Mswati rules Swaziland as sub-Saharan
A man in Swaziland is selling a 750ml bottle for beer for R180, or "best offer" as the country's beer shortage enters its third week, according to Sunday's Business Report. The seller has offered free delivery, but only if the buyer lives in Manzini.
Delays at the Oshoek border gate between Mpumalanga and Swaziland will be examined for a solution, Home Affairs Minister Naledi Pandor said in Badplaas on Tuesday. A Sapa correspondent reported that Pandor visited the border gate before meeting the
If Swazi women are to realize their rights as enshrined in the Constitution, there needs to be a holistic review of the marriage laws in the country. A good way to start would be amending all marriage laws by passing legislation that will bring about
Swazi King Talks Up Bogus Election 3 August 2013 King Mswati III may have misled his subjects when he told them the number of people registering to vote in Swaziland's election this year was the highest ever. Although more than 411,084 people out of
A group of King Mswati's 13 wives are heading back to Swaziland after a vacation that was said to cost millions of dollars. The wives and an entourage of about 100 people have been on a tour of Japan, Australia, the Pacific and the Indian Ocean for
The Swaziland Government's official spokesperson Percy Simelane scored an own goal when trying to defend the legitimacy of the kingdom's constitution. Simelane was reacting angrily to South African parliamentarians who said the Swazi House of
Swazi King Mswati III. (Reuters) "Just because South Africa is better at soccer than Swaziland, the neighbouring country cannot dictate how Swaziland should be governed...What they said lacks truth," Swazi government spokesperson Percy Simelane told