Monthly Archives: August 2016

New Malawi examination council NIEAC to administer JCE exams 2017

New Malawi examination council NIEAC to administer JCE exams 2017 The newly formed local examination council, the New iIndependent Examination Administration Council (NIEAC) has said it hopes to start administrating Junior Certificate of Education examination (JCE)  in 2017. Exams time Speaking when the council was presenting feedback from a research it carried in the country, Director for the… Read More »

Lonmin visits kids of Marikana victims

  Limpho Sello OFFICIALS from Lonmin on Monday visited children of four Basotho miners who died in the Marikana massacres of 2012 to assess their progress at New Millennium English Medium Primary and High School. The South African mining conglomerate bankrolled the 10 children’s education after 44 mine workers, including four Basotho, were killed at one of its… Read More »


PARAMEDICS FEEL SIDELINED MBABANE – Local paramedics are of the view that they are being sidelined from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Summit. Delegates from member States are already in the country for the 36th SADC Summit, which will see the handing over of the chairmanship to His Majesty King Mswati III. Previously known as the Southern… Read More »


MSUNDUZA ELDERS DEFEND SOLANI’S MBABANE – Chairman of Msunduza Committee Dumisani Zwane Indvuna Yenkhundla Mefika Mavuso and Ward 11 Councillor Musa Mamba have defended Solani’s Shisanyama. In a meeting yesterday, they divulged that residents of Msunduza knew that there would be noise from the club for two days at most each month when important guests were invited. Zwane… Read More »


‘D4D’ OUT OF MALAWI GAME LOBAMBA – A week before the September 4 crunch 2017 AFCON qualifier against Malawi, Sihlangu have been dealt a big blow as Njabulo ‘D4D’ Ndlovu is suspended. The orthodox midfielder has been nabbed by the yellow card rule and will not be part of the 18 travelling players to Blantyre. Head coach Harries… Read More »


SD NEEDS PROFESSIONAL COACHES – ‘SWAZI BOLT’ SIKHUPHE – The country’s fastest man, Sibusiso ‘Swazi Bolt’ Matsenjwa, returns from the Rio Olympics in Brazil with renewed hope. After slashing the national record in 200 metres from 20:67 to 20:63 seconds, the Royal Swaziland Police (RSP) sprinter assured he would keep reaching for the stars. He was reacting on… Read More »


MACHAWE, ‘MANYOVU’ EXCUSED LOBAMBA – Royal Leopard’s duo of Machawe ‘Mshanga’ Dlamini and Bonginkosi ‘Manyovu’ Dlamini has been excused from Sihlangu camp. The players are nursing injuries and are not fit to play for Sihlangu in next Sunday’s all-important 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Malawi. Machawe was injured while on national duty in the 2016 COSAFA… Read More »