A magazine editor and human rights lawyer in Swaziland face up to ten years in jail after being convicted of contempt of court for criticizing the judiciary and the kingdom’s …Read More
British High Commissioner Judith Macgregor’s remarks on the occasion of the presentation of credentials to Your Majesty King Mswati III of Swaziland, 3 July 2014
I have the …Read More
Members of banned political organisations in Swaziland said prison guards didn’t let them take a copy of newsmagazine The Nation into one of the kingdom’s prisons, according to local news …Read More
The Swaziland editor and human rights lawyer convicted of contempt of court could face up to ten years in jail, according to a media report.
Bheki Makhubu, editor of the …Read More
Support grows throughout the world for the two journalists in Swaziland who were a href=”http:www.swazilii.orgszjudgmenthigh-court2014152″ target=”_blank”convicted of contempt of courta and may face up to 10 years in jail.
Bheki …Read More
The Regional Governing Council (RGC) of the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) have labeled the conviction of prominent human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko and The Nation magazine editor Bheki …Read More
Bheki Makhubu, the editor of the Nation magazine in Swaziland, and writer and human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko were convicted of contempt of court by the kingdom’s High Court on …Read More
It is considered an act of terrorism to criticize King Mswati III. But as Swaziland’s banned opposition continues to speak out, the international community turns a blind eye.
The People’s …Read More