Swaziland: Health Risks Grow as Cattle Die
As over half of the kingdom's population live in chronic poverty, people have been warned of the health risks of eating carcasses following the death of about 10,000 cattle due to weather conditions and poor animal husbandry.
Cattle in rural Swaziland: The deaths of about 10,000 cattle in the past month is the highest number of deaths in the country's modern history.
Swaziland: Civilians Died of Hunger, Says MP
Swazi Media Commentary, 14 July 2012
People in the Swaziland lowveld have died of hunger, a member of the Swazi Parliament has reported. read more »
Swaziland: Living On a Meal a Day
Inter Press Service, 18 March 2012
Margaret Gamedze earns a living doing laundry for people in her community in Msunduza Township, which lies about a kilometre outside Swaziland's capital city of Mbabane. But since ... read more »
Swaziland: Scramble to Meet Shortfall in Food Aid
Inter Press Service, 1 November 2010
November will see the World Food Programme launch its Food by Prescription programme in Swaziland, but tens of thousands in urgent need of food aid are set to go without as a donor ... read more »
allAfrica.com, 12 May 2010
Award-winnning Swaziland Environmentalist and Public Attorney Thuli Makama has built a reputation of standing up for the rights of civil society and local communities. read more »