'We Say No to Homosexuality' - Swazi Police Spokesperson

The chief police spokesperson in Eswatini has said that LGBTI people will not be tolerated in the kingdom and should not be given a platform. This is after the police gave permission for the first-ever LGBTI Pride event to take place in the kingdom this Saturday.

  • Swaziland:   Kingdom's First LGBTI Pride Takes Place

    Swazi Media, 2 July 2018

    The first-ever LGBTI Pride parade to be held in the deeply conservative kingdom of Swaziland / Eswatini took place on Saturday (30 June 2018). About 500 people took part in a… Read more »

  • Swaziland:   Police Spokesperson Condemns LGBTI

    Swazi Media, 28 June 2018

    The chief police spokesperson in Swaziland / Eswatini Superintendent Khulani Mamba has said that LGBTI people will not be tolerated in the kingdom and should not be given a… Read more »

  • Swaziland:   NGO Snubs LGBTI Pride Festival, What Will Funder Say?

    Swazi Media, 27 June 2018

    One of the best known human rights groups in Swaziland / Eswatini has snubbed the LGBTI Pride festival saying it is against Biblical teaching, putting it at odds with a major… Read more »

  • Swaziland:   First LGBTI Pride in Swaziland

    Swazi Media, 25 June 2018

    Deeply conservative Swaziland / Eswatini is to see its first-ever LGBTI pride event on Saturday (30 June 2018). The state police in the kingdom controlled by King Mswati III,… Read more »

  • Swaziland:   King's Newspaper Hates LGBTI People

    Swazi Media, 22 June 2018

    A report in the Swazi Observer comparing LGBTI people in Swaziland / Eswatini to child molesters and people who have sex with animals was hate speech. It lied to the newspaper's… Read more »

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