October 01

  • Swaziland: Massive Spend On Bullet-Proof Cars

    The US$1.7 million that the Swaziland Government has spent on BMW cars for government ministers and top officials is only part of massive spending on motor vehicles in recent... Read more »



September 29



September 28

  • Swaziland: Girls Caned for Not Dancing for King

    More than 30 girls were thrashed because they did not dance half naked in front of Swaziland's King Mswati III. They were beaten so badly some needed treatment from paramedics. Read more »

  • Swaziland: Cars Come Before Dying Children

    Just months after the Swaziland Government said it could not afford to buy life-saving drugs to prevent Swazi children dying from diarrhoea, it has spent US$1.7 million on top of... Read more »



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August 15

  • Swaziland: King Misleads On Agoa Withdrawal [opinion]

    King Mswati III is misleading his subjects and the world at large when he says he does not know why the United States is withdrawing a preferential trading status from his kingdom. Read more »



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August 11

  • Swaziland: PM Withdraws 'Strangle' Threat

    Swaziland's Prime Minister Barnabas Dlamini has apologised 'unconditionally' for saying workers' leaders should be 'strangled' for opposing his government. This followed an... Read more »



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