Newspaper Calls Swazi King 'Despot'
[Swazi Media] King Mswati III of Swaziland has been listed by a top UK media house as one of the 'despots' and 'rogues' gallery of dubious characters' who will meet Queen Elizabeth II at the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in Malta that started Friday (27 November 2015).
Fuel Retailer Named Swaziland's Best Supplier
[CAJ News] Johannesburg -ENGEN announced Swaziland Railways had recognised it as the 'Supplier of the Year' in that country. "To be recognised by Swaziland Railways, one of our largest customers is no small feat. It goes to show that we always go the extra mile to satisfy our customers and ensure that 'With us you are Number One,'"said Bongani Zwane, Engen's Manager of Commercial Fuels in Swaziland.
Swazi Terror Act Stops Free Speech
[Swazi Media] The Swaziland regime regularly uses the Suppression of Terrorism Act (STA) to stop free speech in the kingdom, the Commonwealth has been told ahead of its heads of government meeting.
Police Block Workers From Court
[Swazi Media] Public sector workers in Swaziland were blocked by police from entering the High Court to hear a case relating to their claim for salary increases.
King's Words Block Free Speech
[Swazi Media] People in Swaziland have been ordered not to comment on the controversial sponsorship of a new soccer tournament because King Mswati III has pronounced on the subject.
King Attacked Over Human Rights
[Swazi Media] Action for Southern Africa (ACTSA) has called on the Commonwealth to 'vigorously respond' to the Government of Swaziland's failings on human rights, democracy and the rule of law.
Proof - Swazi King Paid for His Jet
[Swazi Media] Documents revealed publicly for the first time on Friday (20 November 2015) confirm that King Mswati III of Swaziland personally paid US$9.5 million for a jet aircraft in 2012.
Nigeria Versus Swaziland - Matters Arising!
[Guardian] It was an unbelievable sight. Early this week, the Adokie Amiesimaka Stadium, Port Harcourt, Nigeria, erupted in an orgy of celebration immediately after the second-leg match between Nigeria and Swaziland. Nigeria won 2-0.
When Swaziland Army Invaded Uniswa
[Swazi Media] Students and prodemocracy activists this week have marked the anniversary of the time the Swazi Army invaded the University of Swaziland (UNISWA) in what one international newspaper called, 'a crackdown of unprecedented violence in the history of the university.'
How Super Eagles Players Rated Against Swaziland
[Premium Times] Two second half goals finally separated the Super Eagles of Nigeria from the Sihlangu Semnikati of Swaziland on Tuesday in Port Harcourt.
Soccer Big Boys Bounce Back
[CAF] After punching above their weight in the first leg matches of the second round of the CAF qualifying tournament for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia(TM) most of the underdogs were up against the ropes in the return legs as the favourites stamped their authority on proceedings.
Super Eagles Thrash Swaziland
[Vanguard] The Super Eagles of Nigeria, Thursday, defeated the Sihlangu Semnikati of Swaziland by putting two goals past their opponent.
Oliseh Praises Gutsy Swaziland
[Vanguard] Coach Sunday Oliseh has praised Swaziland for giving his team a fight in a World Cup qualifier in Port Harcourt on Tuesday.
2018 WC Qualifier - Simon, Ambrose Help Nigeria Squeeze Past Swaziland
[Leadership] Action continued in the African zone of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers yesterday, as a host of nations qualified, while others found themselves ruing what might have been.
Rivers Govt Pledges U.S.$20,000 Per Goal Against Swaziland
[Premium Times] The Super Eagles of Nigeria have no reason not to deliver in Tuesday's 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against the Senior National Team of Swaziland, nicknamed Sihlangu Somnikati, as they have been promised a handsome $20,000 for every goal scored in the crucial tie.
How Ambrose, Simon Helped Eagles Pecked Stubborn Swaziland Twice!
[Vanguard] A spectacularly hit free kick by Moses Daddy-Ajala Simon and a sublime volley by Efe Ambrose yesterday edged a wasteful Super Eagles side to a hard-fought 2--0 win over Swaziland in a second round second leg 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia match in Port Harcourt.
Eagles' Victory Over Swaziland a Great Relief - Fans
[Daily Trust] Some Football fans on Tuesday said Super Eagles' 2-0 victory over Swaziland in Port Harcourt was a great relief for the country.
Eagles Overcome Swaziland, Hit Group Stage
[Guardian] Port Harcourt -Two second half goals from Moses Simon and Efe Ambrose brought the needed relief for Coach Sunday Oliseh and Nigerian soccer fans yesterday, as the Super Eagles kept their hope of a place in the 2018 FIFA World Cup alive. It ended the ambition of Swaziland, who came into the game boasting of sending Nigerians to early bed.
2018 World Cup - Nigeria Eliminate Stubborn Swaziland
[Daily Trust] The Super Eagles yesterday eliminated Swaziland from the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign after two second-half goals to advance to the next round of the qualifying tournament on a 2-0 aggregate. The first leg last Friday ended in a scoreless draw in Lubambo.
W/C Qualifier - Eagles Beat Swaziland, Reach Group Stage
[Daily Trust] The Nigerian national football team, Super Eagles have qualified for the group stage qualifying round of the 2018 FIFA World Cup after defeating Swaziland in Portharcourt on Tuesday.