• 8 August 2023

EFT July 29 – August 4 Edition

Front page of the EFT
  • 6 August 2023

Russia must stop using food as a weapon

Josep Borrell Fontelles, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission By Josep Borrell FontellesHigh Representative of the Union for Foreign…
  • 2 August 2023

EFT July 15-21 Digital Edition

The front page of the Eswatini Financial Times
  • 14 July 2023

Eswatini Financial Times July 8 – 14 Digital Edition

The front page of the Eswatini Financial Times
  • 11 June 2023

A dash of brightness to the Mbabane skyline

City of Mbabane. By Jabu Matsebula THE skyline over the city of Mbabane is about to change, decidedly for the best. It will change the enduring picture of a city…
  • 21 May 2023

When SA sneezes, Eswatini catches the cold

The Ngwenya Border between Eswatini and South Africa. By Jabu Matsebula When South Africa sneezes, Eswatini catches the cold. It’s an expression that regularly comes alive when events inspired by…
  • 11 May 2023

Analysis-North Africa backslides toward swirling debt troubles

Supporters of Tunisia’s President Kais Saied carry national flags and banners during a rally to demonstrate their support for him in Tunis, Tunisia. REUTERS/Jihed Abidellaoui/File Photo By Marc Jones LONDON…
  • 16 April 2023

Sihlangu’s future is in safe hands as the Under-20 squad shows a lot of potential

Eswatini’s national soccer team at the 2022 COSAFA Cup tournament By Lwazi Dlamini Not since the products of the Umtsentse Development Programme in the late 1990s and early 2000s has…
  • 9 April 2023

Finding economic growth pathways requires attention to governance

King Sobhuza II By Jabu Matsebula Every 25 years – whether by coincidence or design, Eswatini introduces a new thought. In 1973 it was a new constitutional dispensation to develop…
  • 2 April 2023

Folks deserving a place on the royal honours list

Siboniso was once left as the only waiter at Mountain Inn at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic after all his fellow colleagues were retrenched. By Jabu Matsebula The tourism…