May 27

  • Swaziland/South Africa: Call to Boycott King's Soccer Cup

    Swazi democrats are urging two of South Africa's premier soccer teams Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates not to take part in a football tournament to honour King Mswati III. Read more »

May 26

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May 18

  • Swaziland: King's Airport Lacks Disaster Plan

    News that the SADC Aviation Safety Organisation (SASO), which is responsible for overseeing all safety precautions in the aviation industry, is moving its operations to Swaziland... Read more »

May 17

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May 11

  • Swaziland: Ex-Minister Shongwe's Bail Stalled

    Fired Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, Senator Sibusiso Shongwe was on Monday (11 May 2015) in the dark about his second attempt of his bail application, The Nation... Read more »

  • Swaziland: Jailed Writer to Go to High Court

    Swaziland human rights lawyer and journalist Thulani Maseko who was placed in solitary confinement in jail after a letter he had written circulated on the Internet has filed an... Read more »

  • Swaziland: Chief Justice Suspended Pending Inquiry [editorial]

    In the increasing confusion during Swaziland's present judicial crisis, politicians, commentators and international observers alike are pointing to the Swazi Constitution for... Read more »

May 10

May 07

  • Swaziland: Swazi PM and the Con-Man King

    Barnabas Dlamini, the Swaziland Prime Minister, has been derided across social media after it was revealed he had been passing himself off as a 'doctor' for more than five years... Read more »

May 04

May 03

  • Swaziland: Swaziland PM Is a Bogus Doctor

    The Times Sunday newspaper in Swaziland wrote a scare story this week saying that the curriculum vitae (resume) of the Prime Minister Barnabas Dlamini had been posted online by a... Read more »

May 02

  • Swaziland: Jailed Democrats Now in Isolation

    Two leaders of Swaziland's democracy movement Mario Masuku and Maxwell Dlamini who have been in prison for a year awaiting trial on sedition charges have been placed in isolation. Read more »

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