Children had a fun-filled day during the Hislight Church name change celebration last Sunday.
Production at Barberton Mines is expected to be affected today as many mine workers are fearing to report for duty.
The king renamed the country to eSwatini which translates to the land of the Swazis during the 50/50 celebrations in Mbabane yesterday.
The man who killed three men at the royal kraal of Embhuleni has been sentenced to three life sentences.
Damaged roads, profit loss and people shot with rubber bullets are the results of an almost week-long strike.
The outcome of the Umjindi Local Football League remains unclear.
Sincobile Village protesters have shut down Fairview Mine, which is one of Barberton Mines.
No buses are allowed to enter the mine to collect workers who reported for the morning shift.
Barberton Junior Rugby Club hosted a rugby day on Saturday.
From Sunday April 1, electronic payments of social grants will be made through the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa), Postbank, commercial banks and merchants.
Grade 11 and 12 learners from around the country who take accounting as a subject are reminded that entries for the South African Institute of Professional Accountants’ (SAIPA) National Accounting Olympiad (NAO) will close on April 25.