Daily Archives: September 8, 2015

Court Diary – Swaziland Constitutional Challenges [analysis] (allAfrica.com)

On Tuesday, 7 September 2015, the Swazi High Court began hearing the constitutional challenges brought against the Suppression of Terrorism Act and the Sedition and Subversive Activities Act. This hearing …

Cosatu Unleashes the Global Week of Action for Democracy in Swaziland Tomorrow [press release] (allAfrica.com)

The Congress of South African Trade Unions will tomorrow, the 09th September 2015 unleash a massive picket at the Swaziland border posts of Matsamo and Oshoek as the Global Week …

Warriors Skipper Katsande Calls for More International Friendlies (allAfrica.com)

WARRIORS captain Willard Katsande has urged Zifa to organise more international friendly matches for Zimbabwe before the resumption of the 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifying campaign in March next …

Matola Monument to Honour Fallen Heroes (allAfrica.com)

President Jacob Zuma will on Friday visit Mozambique to unveil the Matola Monument and Interpretative Centre in remembrance of members of Umkhonto We Sizwe who were killed during a raid …

President Jacob Zuma Unveils Matola Monument and Interpretative Centre in Mozambique, 11 Sept [press release] (allAfrica.com)

President Jacob Zuma will on Friday, 11 September 2015, undertake a working visit to Maputo, in the Republic of Mozambique, to unveil the Matola Monument and Interpretative Centre in remembrance …

Court Confirms King Above Law (allAfrica.com)

Swaziland’s Supreme Court has overturned a ruling that King Mswati III should pay rates for properties in his name.

In 2014 the Swazi High Court had ruled that the King, …