On 31 July, a consortium consisting of an Eswatinian company and two Malawian firms will launch a drinking water and sanitation project in Manzini in the centre-west, one of the four regions of Eswatini.
Wherever he is in Africa, the Moroccan foreign minister is on the warpath as he tries to weaken support for the Sahwari Arab Democratic Republic or bring its backers round to Morocco's point of view.
The conflict management organisation ACCORD, led by South African Vasu Gounden, is helping to facilitate negotiations in the South Sudanese peace process. Close to the ANC, it is also active in Lesotho and Eswatini.
The trial of a former private intelligence provider against the diamond giant Debswana is making ripples that can be felt as far as the presidential palace in Gaborone. President Masisi's side see the case as yet another front in its dispute with exiled former head of state Ian Khama.
In July, the ANC is intending to formally confirm its change of stance towards the court based in The Hague. However, it is still not moving against suspected perpetrators of human rights abuses who are present on South African soil.
Denel, leading supplier to the South African armed forces, is in a critical financial situation. The company is trying to get the government to give it the funds its needs to pay its debts. Public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan and new defence minister Thandi Modise have been given the job of trying to help the flailing state-owned company.
Threatened last month with exclusion from the management of Kalagadi Manganese, the mining company she founded, Daphne Mashile-Nkosi has managed, for now at least, to remain in charge of this major South African concern. Her long-running ties to some of the ANC's top officials might have played in her favour.