BINGO LEE INTERNATIONAL



Address

Physical Address:
1st Floor Office No 501/7 Enguleni,
Manzini,
Swaziland

Contact Details

Phone:
Website: www.bingolee.international.com
Directions: FROM HERE | TO HERE


Business categories:





No results found
No favourites

Like us on Facebook
Black business backs new Eskom boss
Newly-appointed Eskom chief executive Tshediso Matona is the right person for the job, the Black Business Council (BBC) said.
Read more
Rand slides after banking downgrade
South Africa's rand recorded a fourth straight day of losses against the US dollar.
Read more
JSE stocks inch up on BHP bounce
South African stocks ended a touch higher as gains in bourse heavyweights such as BHP Billiton offset sharp falls in banks and retailers.
Read more
Global steel output up
Global steel production rose 1.7 percent in July over 12 months, driven mainly by growth in Chinese output.
Read more


Barca banned from signing players in 2015
Fifa has barred Barcelona from signing any players in 2015 after it breached rules over the transfer of youngsters.
Read more
Cheetahs forced to make changes
Free State Cheetahs coach Rory Duncan has made a couple of injury-enforced changes to his side for their Currie Cup encounter against the Sharks.
Read more
SA trio set for Stockholm Diamond meet
Three of South Africa's continental champions will compete at the 11th leg of the Diamond League track and field series in Stockholm.
Read more
Phelps gets a reality check
Michael Phelps got a reminder of just how challenging his return to international competition may be when he was asked whether he was good enough to even reach a final at the Pan Pacific Championships this week.
Read more


Captors contacted Foley’s relatives
Journalist James Foley’s family received a chilling message from his kidnappers just days before his murder.
Read more
Girl attacked after matric dance
KZN authorities launched an investigation into the alleged gang-rape of a high school girl after a video surfaced.
Read more
Oversight ‘cracks’ concern Madonsela
Parliament should be worried about weaknesses in public oversight, says Public Protector Thuli Madonsela.
Read more
Clashes in Liberia as Ebola fear spreads
Liberian police used teargas and live rounds against crowds who tried to break Monrovia’s Ebola quarantine.
Read more





Contact

Feedback

First name:
Surname:
Email:
Description:
Authorisation Key
(Please enter numbers from image below)