Swaziland News Journal
[Swazi Media]Swaziland's Minister of Labour and Social Security Lutfo Dlamini gave away 450 food hampers to elderly people in his constituency.
[Swazi Media]Without the hint of a blush on his cheek, Swaziland's unelected Deputy Prime Minister Themba Masuku has branded democrats who are calling for a boycott of this year's national election, 'cowards'.
A 22-year-old woman fled to Britain from the southern African nation of Swaziland and is seeking asylum
A 22-year-old woman fled to Britain from the southern African nation of Swaziland and is seeking asylum after refusing to join the harem of 13 wives of Swazi king Mswati III.
London, May 19 (IANS) A 22-year-old woman fled to Britain from the southern African nation of Swaziland and is seeking asylum after refusing to join the harem of 13 wives of Swazi king Mswati III.
Malawi’s Flames disappointed Swaziland after opting to play a friendly game against Zimbabwe at Kamuzu Stadium on May 25. “The eagerly anticipated clash to pit the two countries was scheduled to be played next week Saturday in Blantyre, Malawi. However, the ‘Flames’ as the Malawi national team is affectionately known, have opted for higher ranking opponents. They [...]
[Swazi Media]The African National Congress (ANC) in South Africa is the latest organisation to condemn Swaziland's use of security forces to brutally quash democracy protests.
[Swazi Media]Members of political parties advocating for democracy in Swaziland will not be allowed to become members of the Swazi Senate, the kingdom's Prime Minister Barnabas Dlamini has decreed.
Swaziland is gearing up for its annual Bushfire festival, which boasts an eclectic line-up from all corners of Africa – and beyond.
[Swazi Media]This is a tale of democracy and two neighbouring nations: the kingdom of Swaziland and the Republic of South Africa.
[Swazi Media]The Media Institute for Southern Africa has called on the managing editor of Swaziland's only independent newspaper group to resign because he is too close to King Mswati III.
[allAfrica]Cape Town -Voter registration is under way in Swaziland amid calls from opposition parties to boycott an electoral process that some have described as a mere formality.
Like airplanes and helicopters, witches on broomsticks must also obey the Swaziland's aviation laws.
Voters have begun registration for elections in Swaziland, Africa’s last absolute monarchy, with unions and the opposition calling for a boycott of what they dismiss as a “rubber stamp” poll.
Tribal leaders contend that new law preventing child brides departs from traditional customs.