Every year, tourists and the international media converge on the kingdom of eSwatini for the reed dance - a ceremony where dancers, some as young as 11 dance bare-breasted and in short skirts and some … read more »
Swaziland's King Mswati is not at all pleased with his royal guards and have fined them 29 head of cattle for reportedly leaking photos of his multi-million dollar private jet and photos of his wife … read more »
The Observer reported that the king's cake "comprised of 52 layers and it was white and gold and part of the decoration on it was the silver number 50" - and he wore a blue suit "beaded with … read more »
The Swaziland Solidarity Network has slammed recent appointments to several committees by King Mswati III, saying the monarch believes "that the country is his own farm where he ... Read more »
Inkhosikati LaDube, the 12th wife of King Mswati III, the absolute monarch of Swaziland / eSwatini, has died, aged 31, reportedly from skin cancer. LaDube who was married to the ... Read more »
The Government of Eswatini has announced that top officials including the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and Cabinet Ministers will have to settle for business class when ... Read more »
The U.S. Ambassador to eSwatini, Lisa Peterson, has renewed her call for democratic transformation in the country, accusing King Mswati III of violating the constitution. For 27 ... Read more »
Ambrose Dlamini has been appointed as Prime Minister days after King Mswati III said that "angels" informed him who should be given the position. According to Swazi Media ... Read more »
eSwatini, formerly Swaziland, held an election on Friday which critics describe as "meaningless", since parties are banned from taking part and King Mswati III's control overrides ... Read more »
Several workers have been wounded after police used batons and stun grenades to disperse a crows in Manzini where protesting workers demanded higher wages and reforms to the way ... Read more »
Swaziland's King Mswati III surprised his subjects in April when he announced that the country would be officially renamed "the Kingdom of eSwatini." The monarch was celebrating ... Read more »
Every year, tourists and the international media converge on the kingdom of eSwatini for the reed dance - a ceremony where dancers, some as young as 11 dance bare-breasted and in ... Read more »
Although political parties are not allowed to take part and the parliament has no powers, the citizens of Eswatini will go to the polls on September 21 for national elections - but ... Read more »
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