For three years in a row, Eswatini has been the highest exporter of sugar among the 19 Common Markets for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA). Read more.
The Kingdom of Eswatini has suspended all tomatoes coming from other countries with effect from Monday, September 6, 2021 due to oversupply. Read more.
A spell of drought that hit the Eswatini spanning over six months has resulted to the stunting and destruction of 175 hectares of sugar cane. The fields that were mainly affected are in Big Bend, Mhlume, Shewula and Siteki. Read more.
Eswatini will be a double-beneficiary from the $2.5 million grant for the advancement of the intra-regional harmonization of electricity regulations and drive cross-border power trading.
A 500 megawatt coal-fuelled Thermal Power Station is a non-starter four years later due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Australia-based company, Canham Mining International was granted a licence to mine anthracite coal in Eswatini, which it would use to build a 2x250 MW coal plant. Read more.