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    18-May-2018 to 23:13

    Eswatini welcomes WHO’s first ever list of tests for diagnosis

    APA-Mbabane (Eswatini) — Eswatini has welcomed the World Health Organisation's (WHO) first-ever catalogue identifying 113 tests to improve diagnosis, APA can report.

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    18-May-2018 to 17:27

    Experts predict El Nino-induced drought in Eswatini in 2018

    APA-Mbabane (Eswatini) — There is a 50 percent chance of another drought in ESwatini and other southern African countries during the forthcoming 2018/19 farming season amid indications that the region could be hit by El Nino conditions again this year, weather experts warned on Friday.

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    18-May-2018 to 13:06

    Swaziland’s new name eSwatini now official

    APA-Mbabane (Eswatini) — The government in Mbabane has issued an official document declaring former Swaziland renamed as eSwatini, APA can report on Friday.

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    15-May-2018 to 16:42

    Over 6,450 Swatis deported from S/Africa

    APA-Mbabane (ESwatini) — ESwatini officials are unhappy about the large number of locals staying illegally in South Africa amid indications that more than 6000 Swatis have been deported from the neighbouring country in the past two years.

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    12-May-2018 to 06:25

    Voter registration commences in eSwatini

    APA-Mbabane (ESwatini) — Voter registration for the forthcoming parliamentary and local government elections in eSwatini are expected to commence on Sunday.

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    11-May-2018 to 19:12

    eSwatini: Gravely ill PM flown to Taiwan

    APA-Mbabane (eSwatini) — The Prime Minister of eSwatini, Barnabas Dlamini who is gravely ill was on Friday flown to the Republic of China on Taiwan to seek medical attention.

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    11-May-2018 to 18:19

    eSwatini: $8.3m required to repair border fence

    APA-Mbabane (eSwatini) — eSwatini, previously known as Swaziland is in need of about $8.3 million to finance the repair and replacement of worn out fences along its border.

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