Suazilândia, All Africa Eswatini, Inglês
2024-07-12 17:17:57
Mbabane, Eswatini — Eswatini, in an ambitious bid to overhaul its health care system, is partnering with Belarus, paving the way for what officials in the southern African nation hope will be increased access to critical medicines, and the sharing of expertise between Belarusian and Eswatini health care professionals. An Eswatini delegation led by Prime Minister Russell Dlamini signed the health care roadmap with Belarus during a weeklong visit in late June. Principal Secretary Bertram Stewart, who was part of the delegation, said the agreement will unlock new access to medicines, medical equipment, and training opportunities, and introduce new models that could alleviate Eswatini’s health care procurement challenges. “We do look forward to long-term collaborations with Belarus and, of course, the intention is to have reciprocal relations with Belarus wherein whatever we can export to Belarus, they will, subject to quality and price, they will be able to take it...
Suazilândia, The Times Of Swaziland, Inglês
2024-07-08 09:12:03
MBABANE – Suppliers will be paid in the upcoming days, as government has received about E3.26 billion in the past week. The country received about E3.26 billion from the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) and also E400 million from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE). This was confirmed by the Ministry of Finance. This publication gathered that the JSE money was deposited into the country’s coffers on Tuesday, while the SACU receipts were received on Thursday. It is worth noting that the country, for the 2024/2025 financial year, is receiving the highest SACU receipts again.  In this financial year, Eswatini will receive a total of E13.06 billion in SACU receipts. Compared to the 2023/2024 level, SACU revenue for 2024/25 grew by 11.15 per cent. In the 2023/2024 financial year, the country’s SACU receipts were E11.75 billion and were 102 per cent higher than the E5.8 billion of 2022/2023. Collected SACU consists...
Suazilândia, The Times Of Swaziland, Inglês
2024-07-07 23:59:21
MBABANE – Despite being regarded as a fugitive of the law in the Kingdom of Eswatini, exiled President of the Swaziland Liberation Movement (SWALIMO) has vowed to be in neighbourig South Africa, come November 2, 2024. On the aforementioned day, he will be located in an area that is situated a few kilometres from the Kingdom of Eswatini. He has said that he will be in attendance at an event organised by his party dubbed ‘The Gathering of Nation’ set to be held at KaMhlushwa in Mpumalanga. The former Member of Parliament (MP) introduced his upcoming event on Thursday during his online show dubbed ‘Family Meeting’, where he invited emaSwati to come in numbers. Simelane began his address by stating that he was never in the Kingdom of Eswatini last week as many might have been made to believe. Received a tip-off He claimed that he had heard that the...
Suazilândia, The Times Of Swaziland, Inglês
2024-07-07 12:11:40
MBABANE – There is a proposal on the table regarding possible engagement of former Botswana Minister Tshekedi Khama as a tourism consultant for the country. Investigations by this newspaper revealed that the contract for Tshekedi, the brother to Ian Khama, the ex-President of Botswana, will not come easy. This is because there are reportedly strong forces that are against the engagement of Tshekedi as a consultant for the Eswatini Tourism Authority (ETA), a public enterprise or parastatal. In short, the ETA is a government company. Impeccable sources said there were fears that, if the contract was to be finally signed, Tshekedi’s status ‘may’ qualify him to enjoy a Cabinet minister’s salary and benefits.If he were to be tied to a contract with ministerial benefits, Tshekedi, the former Botswana Minister of Environment, Conservation, Natural Resources and Tourism, may get a monthly salary of E72 398.  It is worth emphasising though, that...
Suazilândia, The Times Of Swaziland, Inglês
2024-07-07 01:01:29
MBABANE – A 12-year-old boy opted to end his life after being tormented by bullies at his school. The boy was a pupil at a primary school near Pigg’s Peak. He allegedly took his own life last Sunday after enduring relentless bullying by peers and also allegedly by an official at the school. The incident, according to some residents living near the school, highlighted the devastating impact that bullying can have on young lives. According to information gathered by Eswatini News, the boy hanged himself in the family kitchen while his siblings were watching television. His father, *Jack, confirmed the incident, saying he was left devastated and in shock. Jack shared that his son did not leave any note or message with anyone though he is said to have been troubled. Jack revealed that the boy had simply told his siblings he was going to the toilet, but was later...
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