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From Swazi Media Commentary Mon Feb 18 2013, 00:31:00

Swazi PM misleads on education standards

Kenworthy News Media, February 15, 2013

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"Prime Minister Dr Barnabas Sibusiso Dlamini says the outstanding performance by the Swazi team in the World Schools Debate Championships (WSDC) shows that the country's education standard ranks high in the world," the Swazi government writes on its official website, writes Kenworthy News Media.

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