• 23 November 2023

Women Farmer program created to close the unemployment gap

Makhosazane Mngometulu received her awards from the Minister of Agriculture, the Principal Secretary and Founder of Women Farmer Sonia Paiva By Nokunceda Magagula Sonia Paivia has said that the Women…
  • 21 November 2023

MSMEs form backbone of the Eswatini economy

Micro, Small and Medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs). By Ncaba NtshakalaMicro, Small and Medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) play a crucial role in contributing to the economy of Eswatini. These businesses form the backbone…
  • 20 November 2023

Embiveni boosts its competitiveness, spreads its wings to Nhlangano

Inyatsi Group Board of Directors, Chairman Michelo Shakantu, Sydney Sichula, Paul Lwiindi and Derrick Shiba. By Sibusiso Nyawo and Ncaba NtshakalaEswatini Meat Industries (EMI) has expanded and opened its third…
  • 24 October 2023

The journey towards hosting the Woman Farmer of the Year Awards in full swing

Founder and Director of Woman Famer Competition Sonia Paiva (R) with one of the Top 10 finalists Nomusa Ndlangamandla. By Nokunceda Magagula The journey towards hosting the Woman Farmer Awards…
  • 12 October 2023

Maloma Colliery: Building Prosperous Communities Supplement

Maloma Colliery Limited has been transforming lives in Eswatini communities. The company has spent over E1million, over three months towards repairing several roads and bridges which posed a serious challenge…
  • 11 October 2023

Vulamasango to represent Eswatini in Rwanda

National Champions Vulamasango High School in jovial mood as they celebrate with their cheque. By Silindzelwe NxumaloVulamasango High School has once again been crowned the 2023 Junior Achievements (JA) national…
  • 2 October 2023

Ivory Coast deforestation rate rises as EU green imports law looms

A farmer prepares to collect a cocoa pod at a cocoa farm in Alepe, Ivory Coast. LONDON — Deforestation in top cocoa producer Ivory Coast increased last year after declining…
  • 27 September 2023

RES Corp puts E954 million into its workforce’s pockets

Mhlume sugar mill. By Sifiso SibandzeThe Royal Eswatini Sugar Corporation (RES Corp) has put E954 million into the pockets of its 4,206 employees under its employ at the end of…
  • 25 September 2023

Egypt in talks for Emirati funding to buy Kazakh wheat — traders

A combine harvests wheat in a field in Almaty Region, Kazakhstan. (Reuters) CAIRO — Egypt is in talks with an Abu Dhabi-based bank for a loan facility that would finance…
  • 8 August 2023

EFT July 29 – August 4 Edition

Front page of the EFT