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February 25

  • Swaziland: Swazi Human Rights Worsen - Amnesty

    The rule of law, access to effective remedies and protection of human rights in Swaziland continued to deteriorate in the past year as a consequence of the further undermining of... Read more »



February 23



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February 19

  • Swaziland: School Beatings Out of Control [opinion]

    In the latest in a long line of cases of physical abuse of children at schools in Swaziland, a headteacher reportedly gave a boy 15 strokes of the cane after he was caught not... Read more »

  • Swaziland: Jailed Journalists Case Goes to UN

    Leading international lawyers are asking a United Nations working group to rule whether the jailing of a Swaziland magazine editor and human rights lawyer for publishing articles... Read more »



February 12

  • Swaziland: Jailed Journalist Remains Defiant

    The Swaziland human rights lawyer and journalist Thulani Maseko has vowed that he will not seek bail pending an appeal of his jail sentence for contempt of court because he has... Read more »



February 09

  • Swaziland: How Swazi King Destroyed Iron Mine [opinion]

    Swaziland's absolute monarch King Mswati III and his personal representative Sihle Dlamini were at the very heart of events that led to the collapse of the mining company SG Iron... Read more »



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January 22

  • Swaziland: Swaziland Is Not in the 'First World' [opinion]

    There is no stopping the media in Swaziland as they continue to bang on about how close the kingdom is to achieving King Mswati III's aspiration to be the ruler of a 'First World'... Read more »



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January 13

  • Swaziland: Petition to Free Pudemo Leader

    Hundreds of unions, parties, politicians and individuals from all over the world have signed a petition to demand the release of Swazi political activists Mario Masuku and Maxwell... Read more »



January 12

  • Swaziland: Swazi Broadcasting Will Not Be Freed [opinion]

    We should be sceptical of a report that the Swaziland Government is about to privatise all state-controlled broadcasting in the kingdom and open up the presently-restricted airways... Read more »

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