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[Swazi Media]Bheki Dlamini, President of the Swaziland Youth Congress (SWAYOCO), the youth wing of Swaziland’s largest illegal political party PUDEMO, and former education and mobilizing officer of the Foundation for …Read More
[Swazi Media]Fewer than 270,000 people voted at the Swaziland national election in 2013: only 44 percent of those entitled to do so.…Read More
[Swazi Media]The United States has made it perfectly clear to Swaziland: make democratic reforms by May or lose a preferential trade agreement.…Read More
It may take up to three years before international airlines use Swaziland’s Sikhuphe Airport that is set to open on 7 March 2014. If they decide to use it at
The Swazi Observer, the newspaper that published the name of eight victims of alleged rape and gave details of their attacks, has called the outrage a ‘boo-boo’.
On Tuesday (18
Next month, King Mswati III will officially open Swaziland’s biggest white elephant – the Sikhuphe International Airport, amid fears that it will continue bleeding precious funds from the country’s coffers
Rape is a big problem in Swaziland.
The Times of Swaziland, in today’s editorial, commented on the recent trial of man who raped a 53-year-old woman. The man received 12