Maritzburg Eye Swaziland 'Keeper
[News24Wire] After losing Shuib Walters to Mpumalanga Black Aces, Maritzburg United are now looking at bringing in Swaziland international goalkeeper Sandile Ginindza.
World Cup 2018 - Nigeria to Face Swaziland or Djibouti
[This Day] The Preliminary Draw for the 2018 FIFA World Cup was held at the Konstantin Palace in St. Petersburg yesterday, and Africa's 53 hopefuls have had their path to the tournament mapped out.
2018 World Cup: Super Eagles Seeded, Drawn With Djibouti or Swaziland
[Premium Times] The 2018 World Cup qualifying draw is taking place in St Petersburg, Russia, and three-time Africa champions, the Super Eagles of Nigeria have been drawn with the winner of the game between Djibouti and Swaziland.
Ex-Swazi Chief Justice Report Leaked
[Swazi Media] Swaziland's sacked Chief Justice Michael Ramodibedi was 'generally corrupt' and acted in a 'highly disreputable way', an official report leaked to a South African newspaper has revealed.
Law Enforcement Agents Applauded
[The Herald] Mbabane -Swaziland Prime Minister Dr Barnabas Sibusiso Dlamini has applauded Sadc law enforcement agents for conducting joint operations and managing to combat transnational crime syndicates. Speaking during the official opening of the 9th edition of the Southern Africa Regional Police Chiefs' Cooperation Organisation (SARPCCO) Games at Mavuso Sports Complex here, Dr Dlamini said SARPCCO has over the past 20 years made various contributions in combating and reducing crimes in the region.
Botswana Support for Swazi Freedom
[Swazi Media] Botswana's National Front has called for political parties in Swaziland to be unbanned.
Pudemo Leader Defies Bail Condition
[Swazi Media] Mario Masuku, President of the banned People's United Democratic Movement (PUDEMO), has defied a condition of his bail and addressed a public gathering.
Second General Police Commander At Sarpcco Games in Swaziland
[ANGOP] Luanda -The second general commander of the National Police, chief commissioner Paulo de Almeida is going to attend in Mbabane city, Kingdom of Swaziland, the opening of the 9th the Southern African Regional Police Chiefs Cooperation (SARPCCO), with presence of 40 Angolan athletes.
Elderly Unpaid As Cash Goes to Soccer
[Swazi Media] As E5.8 million (US$580,000) of public money is diverted to underwrite King Mswati III's personal soccer tournament, news is emerging from Swaziland that elderly people have not been paid their state pensions.
A Tale of Two Kingdoms
[ISS] Lesotho is a disappointing country, for democrats.
Vilakati - We Deserved to Win Against Chiefs
[News24Wire] Mbabane Swallows defeated Kaizer Chiefs to reach the final of the King's Cup in Swaziland where they beat Royal Leopards to win the inaugural tournament and their coach Thabo Koki Vilakati told Sport24 that looking at the way they played they deserved to win against Amakhosi.
Jele - Swazi Teams Are Good
[News24Wire] Orlando Pirates defender Happy Jele tells Sport24 that they know that Swazi teams are good and they are going to the game against Royal Leopards in the Kings Cup knowing that it won't be easy.
Swazi King's Cup Flops With Fans
[Swazi Media] King Mswati III's vanity soccer tournament was a flop with fans as the national football stadium at Somhlolo was under a third full.
Swazi King's Cup a Financial Disaster
[Swazi Media] King Mswati III's vanity soccer tournament that flopped with fans may have cost millions of emalangeni from public funds.
Release of Leaders 'Changes Nothing'
[Swazi Media] Prodemocracy campaigners say the release of two of their leaders Mario Masuku and Maxwell Dlamini on bail after 14 months on remand in jail does not prove things are changing in Swaziland.
Democracy Leaders Freed On Bail
[Swazi Media] Two prodemocracy leaders in Swaziland Mario Masuku and Maxwell Dlamini who have been in jail on remand for more than 14 months were granted bail by the Swazi Supreme Court on Tuesday (14 July 2015).
Chiefs, Pirates Arrive in Swaziland
[News24Wire] Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs are in Swaziland where they will take Royal Leopards and Mbabane Swallows respectively in the first ever Kings Cup.
Swazi Supreme Court Releases Mario Masuku and Maxwell Dlamini On Bail
[SALC] On Tuesday, 14 July 2015, the Swaziland Supreme Court granted bail to the president of the People's United Democratic Movement, Mario Masuku, and the secretary general of the Swaziland Youth Congress, Maxwell Dlamini.
Swaziland Resembles a Police State
[Swazi Media] A report published in King Mswati's newspaper saying Swaziland needs to double the size of its police force to meet international standards is wide of the mark.
Nampol Gets Generous Donation Ahead of Sarpcco Games
[New Era] Windhoek -Namibia's participation in the upcoming Southern Africa Regional Police Chiefs Cooperation Organization (SARPCCO) Games received a much-needed boost yesterday when local businessman and owner of Grand Master Printing, Eliaser Ndimulunde, donated 200 bags, worth N$15,000 to members of the NamPol team.