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31 May 2020

When COVID-19 Exposes University of Eswatini (UNESWA)’s Resistance to Technology

Universities all over the world are changing the way they train students; they use virtual meeting for lectures including conducting online lessons but our own, the University of Eswatini (UNESWA) seems to be staggering in embracing technology. Read more


31 March 2020

Education Fair « Study in Russia – 2020 » Took Place in Mbabane, Kingdom of Eswatini (Swaziland)

On February 28, 2020, RACUS organization held an education fair « Study in Russia – 2020 » in Mbabane, capital of the Kingdom of Eswatini (Swaziland).  Read more

Stay at Home from Today – SNAT to Teachers

Stay at home! This is what teachers in the Kingdom of Eswatini were told by the Swaziland National Association of Teachers (SNAT) amid the spread of coronavirus, which is also known as COVID-19. According to the teachers’ union, their members should not go to work from today until further notice. Read more


28 February 2020

Cengage, Edge Learning Media Expand Access to Learning for SA’s Tertiary Students, Instructors

Cengage and Edge Learning Media are delighted to announce a new partnership in South Africa. This partnership will see Cengage representing Edge’s leading textbook catalogue within the South African public university sector, as well as in Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini. Read more

Stanford Historian’s Southern African Childhood Spurred Lifelong Study of the Region’s Religions and People

Joel Cabrita’s research explores the politics of memory and the question of who gets remembered and who gets forgotten by history. It’s a theme that has captivated her since childhood. Read more


31 January 2020

Landlords Lock Out University Students as Government Struggles to Pay Allowances

As government struggles to pay scholarships, some students from the Southern African Nazarene University (SANU) has been locked out of their rented flats in Manzini by their landlords. Read more

Swaziland Government Breaks Promise to Pay Overdue Student Allowances

The Swaziland (eSwatini) Government has broken its promise to pay tertiary student their living allowances. It is the latest in a string of broken promises. Read more


31 December 2019

One in Three Female Students at Swaziland University Sexually Assaulted in Single Year

More than one in three female students at the University of eSwatini reported they had been sexually assaulted in one-year; academic research just published reveals. Read more


30 November 2019

Class Boycotts End but Student Unhappiness Lingers

At least five higher education institutions in Eswatini which were rocked by class boycotts at the beginning of this month over delayed payment of allowances by the government, have almost returned to normal. Read more


31 October 2019

University Fair on Waterford Campus!

On Monday 14th October 2019 Waterford was host to over 19 schools and colleges from 7 countries. Read more


31 August 2019

Together for Development / Eswatini

Together for Development is the UWC Short Course in Eswatini (formerly Swaziland). In a world where extreme poverty, shocking inequality and unfair exclusion persist, the need for change is more pressing than ever. Read more

Swaziland University Closed Indefinitely as Student Protests Continue

The University of eSwatini (formerly University of Swaziland) has closed indefinitely and sent students home after protests across its three campuses. Read more


31 May 2019

Freeze on Govt Hiring Raises Education

This is a concern which has been raised by some educators following that there are a number of vacancies in schools and some have not been filled since the first term. The government issued a circular for the temporary suspension of recruitment on account of budgetary constraints. Read more


31 October 2018

Class of 2018 Marks a Decade of Educational Excellence in Lesotho

This graduation ceremony is truly a momentous occasion, not only because of the sheer number of talented individuals who will soon be embarking on highly-rewarding careers in their respective fields, but also because it will mark the 10th anniversary of Limkokwing establishing its campus in the Kingdom of Lesotho. Read more


15 August 2017

Higher Education Council Suspends Some Colleges, University

The Higher Education Council of Swaziland has suspended several private universities and colleges in the country following its evaluation assessment. Read more

Lock Out Unlawful Says Union

Swaziland Health Institutions and Allied Workers Union (SHIAWU) says locking out protesting non-academic staff by the Southern Africa Nazarene University (SANU) is unlawful. Read more


15 March 2017

Intervarsity Games In Line with His Majesty’s Dream

Minister of Education and Training said the BOLESWA Intervasity games were in line with His Majesty King Mswati III’ s unity through sports initiatives. Read more


31 January 2017

Pitcher Students Attend Political Summer School

About 30 William Pitcher Teachers’ College students attended a 10-day political summer school where they were equipped with training on how to destabilise a country. As a result of the said training, two of the students now live in fear of being expelled from the college and being blacklisted by government so that they never work in the country. Read more


15 September 2016

SADC University Will Be at Limkokwing

His Majesty King Mswati III said the proposed SADC University of Transformation would have links with Limkokwing University of Creative Technology. Read more


31 August 2016

All Owing Ex-UNISWA Students to Be Prosecuted

Former University of Swaziland students who are still owing tuition fees have been urged to settle their debts before the end of August or else they will face prosecution. Read more

If All Goes Well, UNISWA Students to Get 60% Back

A parliament Select Committee tasked to look into a petition by Swaziland University students has found that indeed government reduced their allowances by approximately 60%. Read more

King Establishes SADC University

He launched the first ever SADC University of Transformation to the delight of the heads of state, government and representatives. Read more

Limkokwing Signs MoU with Swazi TV

Limkokwing University of Creative Technology (LUCT) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Swaziland Television Authority (STVA) for the production of some programmes. Read more

Only 500 Students to Be Financed At Uniswa

Cabinet, through the labour and social security ministry resolved that only 500 students would be financed at the University of Swaziland. Read more


31 July 2016

Teachers Can Appeal Over Salary Reviews

The Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Education and Training, Pat Muir has encouraged teachers aggrieved with the recent salary increase to take advantage of the appeal process and appeal collectively. Read more


15 July 2016

UNISWA To Release Results To Owing Students But…

Following a request by the Students Representative Council (SRC), the University of Swaziland has agreed to have students with outstanding fees shown their results. Read more


15 April 2016

Local , SA Universities hold Expo Around Country

U-Tech Principal welcomed representatives of both Swazi and South African colleges ahead of an Expo which aims to exhibit the programmes on offer at the various institutions of higher learning to pupils hoping to continue studying after high school.  Read more


1 April 2016

Govt Increases Uniswa Subvention By E80m

Government has increased its subvention to the University of Swaziland (UNISWA) by E80 million for the 2016/17 financial year. Read more


15 March 2016

20 Graduate in UNISWA, SEC Training Programme

A Swaziland Electricity Company (SEC) employee proved that women were more than capable of leading when she dominated the prize presentation of the Supervisory Development Training Programme Graduation Ceremony. Read more

E80m Increase in UNISWA Subsidy

Minister of Finance tabled an increase of E80 million to now stand at over E300 million in government’s grant towards the University of Swaziland (UNISWA). Read more


29 February 2016

European Union, UNISWA To Host Women Empowerment Seminar

The European Union in collaboration with the University of Swaziland.will be hosting a women empowerment seminar themed; ‘Women as Protagonists of civil society of Swaziland. Read more

Hungry UNISWA Students Protest, Steal Food

UNIVERSITY of Swaziland students invaded the Kwaluseni Campus refectory and made away with hot pieces of meat during their protest against registration deadlines and delayed allowances. Read more

UNISWA Closed After Protest Turns Violent

THE University of Swaziland has been closed following the volatile protest and class boycott which started on Monday morning and dragged into the night. Read more

August 2015

The State of Entrepreneurship Education in Swaziland and Ways in which it Can be Enhanced I often hear the phrase ‘Education is the key to success’ and I always wonder how much truth there is in that phrase. Read more

February 2015

Taiwan Full Scholarship The International Cooperation and Development Fund in Taiwan (Taiwan ICDF), in cooperation with 21 partner universities, is again offering scholarships to qualified candidates for pursuing undergraduate or graduate studies in Taiwan in 2015. Read more

Makhosazana Heads Higher Education Council The Ministry of Education and Training together with cabinet has approved the establishment of the Swaziland Higher Education Council. Read more


January 2015

Young Man Brings Ultimate Youth Job Creation Plan Born and bred in Swaziland, a young man whose dream is to develop the only asset young people have, their mind, has written and published a youth guidebook for success. Read more

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