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SACP congratulated on reaching revolutionary centenary

Independent online (SA) 01 Aug 2021
Johannesburg - The Communist Party of Swaziland (CPS) has congratulated the SACP for its 100 years of revolutionary life since its founding on July 30, 1921 ... “The political, economic and social crisis in Swaziland, a direct product of the absolute monarchy system, has deepened the suffering of the majority poor people of Swaziland.
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Ebrahim Ebrahim hailed as inspirational hero

Independent online (SA) 01 Jul 2021
In 1980, he went into exile in Swaziland and headed the ANC's political-military committee which gave leadership to the underground ANC cells in South Africa. Minister Lindiwe Sisulu remembered the time they shared in Swaziland when they worked together ... disrupt his entire life.
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Dudu Msomi, the strategic consultant facilitating the effectiveness of leaders to achieve their goals

Business Day Online 28 Aug 2020
One of the highlights of my life’s journey thus far has been the founding of Busara Leadership Partners, a strategic advisory and consulting firm whose expertise is to facilitate the development and effectiveness of leaders to achieve their desired goals ... However, because what I do is my life’s passion ... I usually say I have a charmed life.
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The media is dead, long live the king

Mail Guardian South Africa 08 Aug 2020
eSwatini’s emerging online newspapers and citizen journalists alleged that a coronavirus infection was keeping the king away from public life, but the mainstream media shied away from the story ... Zweli Dlamini, the editor of Swaziland News, has had to flee the country.
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Water, Water (Not) Everywhere: Local Student Shoulders Project in Africa

The Pilot 30 Jul 2020
A person can live weeks without food, but only about four days without water. Not all water qualifies as life-supporting, however. In Eswatini, formerly Swaziland — a tiny landlocked country in southwestern Africa ravaged by HIV/AIDS — dirty water kills quicker than the dreaded virus. The solution isn’t shipping pallets of plastic bottles ... .
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The Zindzi I knew

Independent online (SA) 14 Jul 2020
Zindzi Mandela was larger than life, someone I deeply admired and loved for her immense bravery and passion for justice ... Zindzi’s young life was a constant struggle with her mother living under perpetual banning orders ... They were constantly under surveillance and lived a life of virtual house arrest.
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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings donates $120 million to support historically black colleges and universities

Finger Lakes Times 17 Jun 2020
Hastings has been involved in education throughout his life. After graduating from Bowdoin College, he taught math in Swaziland through the Peace Corps ... It's natural, but it's not healthy ... High ... And that $1,200-a-year tuition scholarship gave me the opportunity to get a Morehouse education, the most powerful education I've had in my life," he said ... .
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‘My former career working in disaster zones has prepared me well for situations of challenge and uncertainty’: A former aid worker reflects on coronavirus

Market Watch 30 Mar 2020
When you see the worst in life, you often see the very best in people ... When you see the worst in life, you often see the very best in people ... Working in Eswatini (formerly Swaziland) in 2008 where life expectancy had been reduced by nearly two decades from to 44 years of age because of HIV and AIDS also illustrated...
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‘My former career working in disaster zones has prepared me well’: Former aid worker says we see the best of people in a crisis

Market Watch 30 Mar 2020
Working in Eswatini (formerly Swaziland) in 2008, where life expectancy had been reduced by nearly two decades to 44 years of age because of HIV and AIDS, I witnessed the incredible work of the education commission and how it strived to motivate school children to study in what ...
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‘My former career working in disaster zones has prepared me well:’ Former aid worker: We see the best of people in a crisis

Market Watch 30 Mar 2020
Working in Eswatini (formerly Swaziland) in 2008, where life expectancy had been reduced by nearly two decades to 44 years of age because of HIV and AIDS, I witnessed the incredible work of the education commission and how it strived to motivate school children to study in what ...
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Nancy A. Cole

Charles City Press 12 Jan 2020
The family is planning a Celebration of Life service to be held on Nancy’s upcoming birthday in April ... On July 10, 1943, she married the love of her life, Damon Cole ... Nancy was a life-long Episcopalian and a member of Grace Episcopal Church, in Charles City, Iowa. Her faith and compassion filled her life.
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A country where the king has done 15 marriages, owns property worth billions

OBN 19 Dec 2019
<!– –> ... That is, they do not have money to eat full food nor clothes to wear ... This king lives a life of luxury. The name of this country is ‘The Kingdom of Iswatini’, formerly known as Swaziland ... Actually, (Iswatini) Swaziland is an African country, spread over 17 thousand 360 square kilometres ... He had 125 wives.
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LOOK: King Mswati III buys each of his (many) wives a R10m Rolls Royce

Independent online (SA) 31 Oct 2019
It seems that Christmas has come early for King Mswati III's wives ... While the people of Swaziland continue starving, their King spoils his wife materials by purchasing 19 Rolls Royce all worth £12 million ... Unreal ... King Mswati's wives live a life of luxury by force ... They want to be with the people in the dirty streets of Swaziland.. Wow. ... IOL .
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eSwatini country profile

BBC News 07 Oct 2019
The king rules by decree over his million subjects, most of whom live in the countryside and follow traditional ways of life. In 2018 the king announced that the country, hitherto known as Swaziland, would henceforth be called eSwatini, a move critics said was made without consultation and needed a constitutional change.
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Gender summit 2018 resolutions still not fully implemented

Independent online (SA) 06 Sep 2019
It is almost 13 months since August 2018, when women of all races from all walks of life gathered in all nine provinces as well as in Lesotho, Swaziland and Namibia and marched to highlight the plight of women and girls ... get life [in prison] and life must be life,” said Ramaphosa.
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