King Mswati III International airport a ‘heat’ in Botswana

May 25, 2014 1:15 AM

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The country’s new King Mswati III International Airport is a ‘heat’ among a number of the ministers who are attended the ANOCA games held in Botswana.

A number of them praised the standard of the airport, saying they had heard a lot about it. Sudan minister of Sports said the recent visit of Namibia president to Swaziland marketed the airport very well as it was broadcasted in a number of African countries.

“I have heard about the King Mswati II International Airport and mine is to go to Swaziland and see it.”

He said he was also looking at attending one of the country’s cultural events.

“I also know that the country is rich in culture and I seriously want to visit Swaziland soonest.”

He said the way the airport was broadcasted made one want to come to Swaziland.

“I also think exchange programmes can help as we can learn from one another. I have met with Minister Cruiser Ngcampalala and have already spoken to him about the airport. It is one of the best in Africa,” he said.

Minister Cruiser said it was so encouraging to hear the ministers speaking highly of the airport.

“As you have also heard them saying good about the airport, what more can I say? I am short of words but thank them for the kind and encouraging word.”

Ngcamphalala said some have already promised to visit Swaziland to see the airport and also take part in our cultural events.

“It was really good being around so many ministers and what makes it more interesting is the fact that every minister had something good to say about Swaziland.”


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