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Fri, 27 Jan 2017
Eight companies will share over E6 million as they have won tenders for the supply of and delivery of schools furniture for selected primary schools

The procuring entity is the Ministry of Education and Training.

The companies that stand better chances to be awarded the contracts are Afritool, Tech Tool, Glad Tidings Investment, Mdzabuko Investments, J&D Agencies Wholesale, Army Investments, Marithas Investments and Montigny Investments. Schools to be supplied with the furniture are in all the country’s districts – Hhohho, Lubombo, Manzini and Shiselweni.

The eight companies outsmarted fourteen others which were vying for the same tender. Noteworthy, 12 companies were eliminated under the preliminary and technical evaluation.

These were CITI Group, Intrepid, Dups Properties, Lesco Engineering, ZMCB, Babylon Investment, Boab Investment, J&D Agencies, Ithuba Investment and Cordial Investment.



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Fri, 27 Jan 2017
This is illustrated by the number of licences granted by the Swaziland Energy Regulatory Authority (SERA) to interested companies

Soon after confirming that it has granted Canham Mining a power generation licence, SERA’s Chief Executive Officer Vusi Mkhumane has confirmed granting another IPP a 25 year power generation licence.

T-Colle Proprietary Limited applied for the licence in 2013. Over the years, the regulator was going through an intensive analysis of the application.

“T-Cole is the latest IPP to be granted a power generation licence after we completed our assessments and got board approval,” Mkhumane said.

The granting of T-Cole brings the number of licenced IPPs to seven. The other licenced companies are SGL Power, Royal Swaziland Sugar Corporation (RSSC), Ubombo Sugar Limited (USL), Canham Mining, Middle Lusutfu Hydro Power, and Wundersight.

Mkhumane said before a company could be licenced, it has to clearly indicate that it has an agreement with the Swaziland Electricity Company (SEC) on the tariff it will charge when selling the power, it must have a sound business plan

He said it should have received funding commitments from reputable financiers, should have completed an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and should have contracts with reputable companies where it would source fuel or basic raw material.

After being granted a generation licence, Mkhumane said licensees are expected to provide quarterly progress reports.

The CEO said the progress report allows them to understand if the project would be implemented. He said it also informs them about the challenges being faced by the prospective investor so that they can be assisted where possible.












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Thu, 12 Jan 2017
The Grove of the Nations in Jerusalem, established by KKL-JNF, symbolizes peace between nations and solidarity with the state of Israel and the Jewish people

Heads of states from all over the world plant an olive tree there on behalf of their countries during their visits to Israel, and the King of Swaziland was the 89th leader to participate in planting.

“Planting an olive tree symbolizes peace, and we indeed aspire to maintain bonds of peace and good relations with all the countries of the worlds,” said Prime Minister Dlamini in his speech.

The Kingdom of Swaziland is located in the southern part of the African continent and borders on South Africa in the north, south and west, and Mozambique in the east.

It has a population of 1.2 million people, and most of its inhabitants live in villages.

Matityahu Sperber, Chairman of the board of Hemanutah Ltd, said: “Many delegations plant trees in the Grove of Nations, but today is truly a special day.

The tree that we are planting symbolises the friendship between us in the past, present and future. We will continue to strengthen the bond between our peoples and countries.”

The ceremony was facilitated by Karine Bolton-Laor, Director of the KKL-JNF International Cooperation and Conferences Department

She told the guests about how KKL-JNF has been developing Israel for the past 115 years.

“KKL-JNF is committed to creating a better future,” she declared.

She mentioned the agricultural development programs that KKL-JNF is carrying out in partnership with several African countries, and added: “I hope that Swaziland will become our new friend.”




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