December 18

December 17

  • Swaziland: Royal Car Cost 61 Years' Wages

    Swazi Media

    It would take 70 percent of people in Swaziland more than 61 years to earn the price of the new custom-built car Princess Sikhanyiso, the eldest daughter of King Mswati III, took... Read more »

December 16

  • Swaziland: PM Misleads On Agoa Progress

    Swazi Media

    There is no date set to review restoration of Swaziland's status under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), despite claims from Prime Minister Barnabas Dlamini that his... Read more »

December 15

  • Swaziland: Paper Must Pay Record Libel Damages

    Swazi Media

    Media freedom advocates have criticised Swaziland's Supreme Court for awarding record libel damages against the kingdom's only privately-owned daily newspaper in favour of the... Read more »

December 14

  • Swaziland: More Broken Promises On Prosperity

    Swazi Media

    News that the construction of a E800m (US$80m) strategic oil reserve facility at Phuzumoya in the Lubombo region of Swaziland has stalled should not surprise anyone. Read more »

December 13

  • Swaziland: Court Orders Homes Destroyed

    Swazi Media

    The High Court in Swaziland has ordered the forced eviction of more residents from their stick-and-mud homes to make way for the building of a technology park, dubbed a 'vanity... Read more »

December 12

December 11

December 10

December 08

December 06

December 04

December 03

  • Southern Africa: Cosafa U20 Youth Games Preview


    The football at the African Union Sports Commission (AUSC) Region 5 Youth Games in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe gets under way on Thursday with matches in both the men's and women's... Read more »

December 01

  • Swaziland: Jailed Journalist Applies for Bail [press release]


    Jailed editor Bheki Makhubu applied for bail on 27 November 2014 at Swaziland's high court in the capital Mbabane. Lawyers representing the Crown opposed the application, saying... Read more »

November 30

November 29

  • Swaziland: Police Take On Strikers At King's Mine

    Swazi Media

    Armed police were sent to deal with striking workers at a coal mine in Swaziland partly-owned by the kingdom's autocratic monarch King Mswati III. Read more »

November 28

November 26

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