Police Go After TV Licence Dodgers

[Swazi Media] A team of 26 police officers and 10 prosecutors in Swaziland is poised to force people to buy licences to watch the heavily-censored state-controlled television.

[Swazi Media] A team of 26 police officers and 10 prosecutors in Swaziland is poised to force people to buy licences to watch the heavily-censored state-controlled television.

Senate President ‘Banned’ From Parliament

[Swazi Media] Swaziland’s Senate President Gelane Zwane has been ‘banned’ from attending parliament for up to two years because she is a widow in mourning. Minister of Labour and Social Security Winnie Magagula has met a similar fate.

[Swazi Media] Swaziland's Senate President Gelane Zwane has been 'banned' from attending parliament for up to two years because she is a widow in mourning. Minister of Labour and Social Security Winnie Magagula has met a similar fate.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland

Court Fight to UN-Ban Parties

[Swazi Media] Political parties in Swaziland are to go to court to force King Mswati III’s regime to allow them freedom of assembly and to take part in the national election due later in 2018.

[Swazi Media] Political parties in Swaziland are to go to court to force King Mswati III's regime to allow them freedom of assembly and to take part in the national election due later in 2018.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland

Swazi Reed Dance Deaths Court Case

[Swazi Media] Three drivers have appeared in court in Swaziland on charges relating to the deaths of 13 people, mostly children aged 11 to 16, who were being transported on the back of a truck that crashed going to the Reed Dance in 2015.

[Swazi Media] Three drivers have appeared in court in Swaziland on charges relating to the deaths of 13 people, mostly children aged 11 to 16, who were being transported on the back of a truck that crashed going to the Reed Dance in 2015.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland

Students to Protest Extravagant Spending’ on King’s Birthday

[Swazi Media] Students in Swaziland are set to protest against the ‘extravagant spending’ of the 50/50 celebrations to mark the King’s birthday and the anniversary of Independence from Britain.

[Swazi Media] Students in Swaziland are set to protest against the 'extravagant spending' of the 50/50 celebrations to mark the King's birthday and the anniversary of Independence from Britain.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland