April 10

  • Back to Jail for Editor and Lawyer [opinion]

    Swazi Media

    Swaziland's justice system was in a state of confusion on Thursday (10 April 2014) when magazine editor Bheki Makhubu and human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko were remanded in... Read more »



April 09



April 08



April 04

  • Ambassadors Support Jailed Writers

    Swazi Media

    The European Union Ambassador to Swaziland Nicole Bellomo and the US Ambassador to Swaziland Makila James both visited the High Court on Friday (4 April 2014) in solidarity with... Read more »

  • Social Media First With the News

    Swazi Media

    Social media in Swaziland are beating mainstream media to the punch in the coverage of the arrest and jailing of a magazine editor and a human rights lawyer. Read more »

  • Detained Journalist Appears in Court in Leg Irons [press release]

    RSF

    Reporters Without Borders is appalled by the inhuman and degrading treatment of Bheki Makhubu, the editor of The Nation, an independent news monthly, who has been held for the past... Read more »



April 03



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March 28



March 27

  • Swazi Editor Expected to Apply for Bail [press release]

    MISA-Swaziland

    Swazi editor Bheki Makhubu is expected to apply for bail tomorrow morning, Friday 28 March, at the high court in the country's capital Mbabane, according to the Swaziland Coalition... Read more »



March 26



March 25

  • Seven More Days Behind Bars for You Two - Judge Orders More Jail Time for Swazi Journalist and Human Rights Lawyer [press release]

    MISA-Swaziland

    Swaziland High Court judge Mpendulo Simelane has ordered journalist Bheki Makhubu and human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko back to jail for seven days after an open court hearing in... Read more »

  • Paper Banned to Spare King's Blushes

    Swazi Media

    A South African Sunday newspaper was banned from Swaziland because it published an article that might embarrass King Mswati III. Read more »



March 24

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