The tiny African kingdom of Swaziland is changing its name. The kingdom will now be known by its historic name of eSwatini
We chat to founder of AfroBotanics Ntombenhle Khathwane about what sets her natural haircare range apart and the plans she has for the brand
Relebohile Moeng never thought she’d be a businesswoman, but life-changing circumstances sent her down the entrepreneurial path to success
As the founder and CEO of Boniswa Corporate Solutions, Lynette Magasa has achieved unbridled success in five African countries and she’s got ambitious plans
The World Health Organisation (WHO), in partnership with the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA), have launched an initiative aimed at improving cancer prevention, detection and treatment of breast and cervical cancer
Local dairy producer Clover on Wednesday announced plans to pull back on further investment in Nigeria
The Department of Home Affairs has reported a rise in traveller movement during December
Zuma calls on big business to take responsibility for the economy, Swazi Reed Dance goes ahead despite tragedy and Medupi power station finally up and running. We take a look at the top stories making headlines on Monday, 31 August 2015
The Swaziland Solidarity Network has chastised President Jacob Zuma’s son Edward for his controversial comments about foreigners in South Africa
A Sunday Times exposé revealed Democratic Alliance Member of Parliament Phumzile van Damme as a fraud after she allegedly lied about being a South African citizen
The US government has removed Swaziland from a luctrative trade pact over workers’ rights concerns
As the SA economic growth shows contraction, the Swazi Central Bank says it has less than $1 million in reserves
The very first Global Slavery Index (GSI) by world humanitarian group Walk Free Foundation (WFF) was released this week, showing that millions of people worldwide live in slave conditions.
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