Two weeks ago, the People’s United Democratic Movement (Pudemo) president Mario Masuku and Swaziland Youth Congress secretary-general Maxwell Dlamini were granted bail after spending over a year in prison awaiting …Read More
Swaziland soldiers beat up old ladies so badly they had to be taken to their homes in wheelbarrows, a member of the Swazi parliament has reported.
Titus Thwala said that …Read More
Labour Members of the European Parliament are calling on the European Union to re-think its preferential trade agreements with Swaziland because of the kingdom’s poor record on human rights.
This …Read More
Men in blue overalls are offloading vegetables from trucks while their female counterparts dress and pack the fresh produce before storing it in a cold room.
When another truck drives …
LGR’s StarCare mobile self-service application is simplifying the management of Swaziland’s innovative new Mobilize Transit TV service.
Launched last year, Mobilize Transit TV is a free-to-air media channel allowing public …Read More
Striking workers at Swaziland’s Ubombo Sugar Company have a href=”http:www.observer.org.sznews63611-court-stops-illovo-strike.html” target=”_blank”won a 10 percent pay increasea, despite suffering intimidation by the Swazi Army and state security forces.
The workers had …Read More
MBABANE, Swaziland, May 12, 2014 – A mission of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) led by Mr. Jiro Honda visited the Kingdom of Swaziland during April 28‒May 12, 2014 to …Read More
Social media users are once again bringing news of human rights violations in Swaziland to the attention of the world.
This time the world-famous hip-hop and soul singer Erykah Badu …Read More