The kingdom of Swaziland has made a surprise proposal to legalise the trade in rhino horn in order to pay for anti-poaching measures.
Swaziland’s Health Minister and her Mozambican counterpart on Monday staged sensitisation campaigns on malaria at the Mhlumeni border post between the two countries, APA reports on Tuesday.
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Swaziland has acquired a $1.4 million loan from the African Development Bank (AfDB) through the African Water Facility (AWF) for a feasibility study of a multipurpose dam, local media report here W
About $3.13 million worth of maize covering 12 000 hectares all over the country has been destroyed by the persistent drought, local media reports here on Monday.Statistics from the Ministry of Agr
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Statistics indicate that annual malaria deaths in Africa have decreased from an estimated 764,000 in 2000 to 395,000 in 2015.
The Swazi government requires more than US$300,000 for sanitation and water supply if schools are to continue operating, APA reports here on Wednesday.
Reduced crop and livestock production resultant from the prevailing worst El Nino weather phenomenon is set to extremely impact on Swaziland’s food security in 2016, APA reports on Thursday.
Protracted drought in Swaziland is threatening about 80, 000 cattle valued $24 million, a senior veterinary officer has warned.
IN A dusty yard in Magagasi, a small village in eastern Swaziland, a man in surgical gloves draws Gugu Dlamini’s blood for the third time this year.
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