The Kingdom of Eswatini's reliance on imported power from its neighbours - Mozambique and South Africa - will be reduced after it issued a request for the qualification and development for a 40MW solar PV plant and a 40MW biomass-to-energy plant...
Koketso Lediga 20 Aug 2019
BICS will be providing its complete range of voice and data roaming services to Swazi Mobile, Swaziland's recently launched second mobile network...
Swaziland Tourism recently exhibited at WTM Africa 2017, showing that this small, landlocked country has big aspirations for its tourism industry...
Cari Coetzee 15 May 2017
A social mobilisation campaign to reach over 50 000 high-risk mineworkers and ex-mineworkers who may have contracted TB, has been launched in Southern Africa...
Drought-stricken Swaziland began sever water rationing in the capital Mbabane this weekend after levels in the main dam supplying the city fell to a critical low.
WFP supports the government of Swaziland with emergency food in drought-hit areas...
LGR's StarCare mobile self-service application is simplifying the management of Swaziland's new Mobilize Transit TV service - a free-to-air media channel allowing public transport commuters to watch news, sport, educational...
A Swaziland High Court judge Monday freed on bail seven opposition activists arrested last month at the trial of journalists charged with publishing articles critical of King Mswati III's government.
MTN Bushfire is Swaziland's three day music and arts festival from 30 May to 1 June, 2014, which celebrates creative expression whilst promoting social responsibility, stimulating the economy, and drawing talent and tourists from across Africa and around the world. More than simply a music festival, it's a creative space where expression, learning, sharing and inspiration take hold.
Late last week saw the African Union Commission (AUC) launch the internet exchange point (IXP) in Swaziland which will contribute to bringing efficiency in the routing of intra-country internet traffic and more secure exchange of intra-country internet traffic.
This year Swaziland's international festival of the arts, MTN Bushfire, which will be taking place from 30 May to 1 June 2014, promises the most diverse lineup to date.
MBABANE - Around three in every 10 young children in Swaziland are stunted by hunger, and 270,000 workers are physically affected by the lack of food, an official said on Tuesday (30 July), citing a government-backed study.
The Media Institute for Southern Africa has called on the managing editor of Swaziland's only independent newspaper group to resign because he is too close to King Mswati III. MISA, the foremost media freedom group in the region, said Martin Dlamini's position was 'untenable'.
Bheki Makhubu and the Nation magazine have formally noted an appeal against a E200,000 fine (and possible two year jail sentence) after conviction by the Swaziland High Court for 'scandalising' the court.
The Media Institute of Southern Africa - Swaziland Chapter welcomes the decision by the Swazi Observer Board of Directors to reinstate editors, Alec Lushaba and Thulani Thwala after the eight months of unjustified suspension.
King Mswati III of Swaziland will be given the powers to take over all radio and television stations in the kingdom, if a bill before Parliament becomes law.
The cabinet has approved draft legislation that intends to convert Swaziland's two state broadcasters into one national broadcaster, according to local media reports.
MTN Bushfire 2013, Swaziland's International festival of the arts will be taking place from 31 May-2 June 2013. This festival sees some of Africa's best artists performing in an intimate and 100% socially responsible festival. Tickets for the festival will be available online from 11 February.
Swaziland senate president Gelane Zwane has insulted and threatened journalists for turning up to a meeting to which they were invited, according to reports in the Times of Swaziland, the country's oldest privately-owned newspaper.