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Nokukhanya Musi - Aimienoho

Manzini, Swaziland
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About Nokukhanya
Nokukhanya Musi - Aimienoho is a journalist based in Manzini, Swaziland.
She began her journalism career in 2003 in the kingdom of Eswatini.
Rising from journalist to former Entertainment Editor with both the local dailies (The Times of Swaziland and Swazi Observer), she possesses adequate on-the-ground experience and a journalism career spanning close to 20 years.
As a freelance journalist, she has written for a few publications such as Music in Africa, the fastest growing information and exchange web portal dedicated to the African music sector as well as On Time Business Network, Swaziland News, Independent News and AgriBusiness Eswatini.
She has undergone series of training through courses offered by Thomson Foundation / Reuters and through the African Women in Media (AWIM)/ UNEP Media Journalism Fellowship.
Training undergone are on the following:
•	‘International Reporting: The Essential Toolkit’ - Thomson Foundation / Reuters
•	'Reporting on the gendered perspectives of Environmental issues in Africa'- African Women in Media (AWiM)/UNEP Africa Environment Journalism Programme
•	'Solutions Journalism approaches to Environmental Reporting' - African Women in Media (AWiM)/UNEP Africa Environment Journalism Programme
•	African Stories: A Guide For Journalists On How To Tell Better Stories About Africa - Bird Story Agency (AfricaNoFilter)
She is also a Bird Story Agency contributor and recently re-joined Eswatini Farming as a contributor.
English Swati
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Thobile Magagula and the Resurrection of the Makhoyane

05 Apr 2023  |  BellaNaija
Thobile Magagula, a musician from eSwatini, is reviving the traditional Swati instrument, the makhoyane, by incorporating it into her unique music style known as HypnoRock and Africhant. Despite the scarcity of makhoyane players, Magagula has learned to play this and other traditional instruments like the isitolotolo and mbira, blending them with modern music elements. Her music addresses social issues and aims to preserve and celebrate Swati culture. Magagula's journey began with inspiration from Smiles Makama and has led to her performing at cultural festivals and collaborating with artists from Mozambique and South Africa. She continues to seek out new instruments and opportunities to expand her musical repertoire.

From Sky to Soil: The Pilot Who Turned to Vegetables

01 Apr 2023  |  BellaNaija
The article tells the story of Setsembele Siphumelele Hlanze, a former pilot from Eswatini, who transitioned to entrepreneurship by starting a business selling chopped vegetables and meal solutions after the COVID-19 pandemic halted her aviation career. The article discusses the broader impact of the pandemic on the aviation industry, highlighting the challenges faced by pilots and airline staff, including the liquidation of Comair and the struggles of pilots in Africa. It also touches on the opportunities in the agribusiness sector as noted by Lwazi Mamba of ESNAU. Hlanze's journey from pilot training to entrepreneurship is detailed, including her education and the hard work required to become a pilot, as well as her success in her new venture and her advice to others affected by the pandemic.

Rap artist Jazz P breaks barriers in the hip-hop world

01 Apr 2023  |  TOP AFRICA NEWS - We Digest News to tell the Truth
The article profiles the journey of Jazz P, a female rap artist from Eswatini, who has made a name for herself in the hip-hop music genre. Jazz P, whose real name is Phephile Fiona Hlophe, faced numerous challenges in her career, including financial struggles and the difficulties of working in a foreign country with a language barrier. Despite these obstacles, she found success in Mozambique, where she learned to diversify her income and gained popularity through live performances and collaborations with local artists. Jazz P is now working on her first live album and aims to mentor young female rappers, teaching them to be smart and self-reliant. The article highlights her resilience and optimism, as well as her pride in her African roots and her desire to inspire the next generation of musicians on the continent.

How a wife and mother who is also the Mrs Africa Eswatini titleholder and a seasoned Bodybuilding Champion started a fitness sisterhood.

Macadamia farmer using smart agriculture

19 Sep 2022  |  The Mail & Guardian
The article discusses the Tree of Life project at the African Christian College in Eswatini, which focuses on climate-smart agriculture to grow macadamia nuts. The project, situated on an 80-hectare campus, uses 50 hectares for macadamia cultivation, with the rest for academic purposes and general agriculture. Despite challenging weather conditions and soil erosion, the project has successfully produced high-quality macadamias, which are entirely exported. The project employs sustainable practices such as mulching, integrated pest management, and water-efficient irrigation to combat climate challenges and promote biodiversity. The success of the Tree of Life has inspired local farmers to adopt similar climate-smart agricultural practices.

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