The EFF that comes out of the elective conference will most likely no longer have a place for Godrich Gardee and Dali Mpofu, writes Ralph Mathekga.
Angry teachers and government workers have clashed with police in the tiny kingdom of eSwatini as they rallied to demand better pay and lower living costs in Africa's last absolute monarchy.
Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Lindiwe Sisulu says her department will probe allegations that late Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi's loot of millions made its way from Nkandla's bunker to eSwatini – if the Libyan government wants it to do so.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is set to meet King Mswati III for bilateral talks during a working visit to eSwatini on Sunday, the presidency says.
Nurses in Kenya have reportedly denied any wrongdoing after bodies of at least 12 infants were found stuffed in boxes, and Police in eSwatini have come under fire after they used batons and stun grenades to disperse protesting workers in Manzini.
The South African Federation of Trade Unions has criticised eSwatini’s police heavy handedness in dealing with striking workers this week after they used batons and stun grenades to disperse protesting workers in Manzini.
Political parties cannot be involved, there are no campaign rallies and the king wields absolute power, choosing the prime minister and cabinet: a parliamentary election in eSwatini is a vote like no other.
Zimbabwean former president Robert Mugabe was reportedly "rushed" out of the country after his health "suddenly deteriorated", and Swaziland's proposed law on 'foreign love' has been described as 'absurd and ridiculous'.
All of Africa must be democratised so that all people can benefit from the economic fruits that accompany democracy, writes Benzi Soko.
Swaziland has reportedly said that the issue involving Zambian President Edgar Lungu's plans to build a mansion in that country is a "private matter".
Ex-president Robert Mugabe's son in law, Simba Chikore, reportedly worked odd jobs to finance his education in the US, and armed soldiers, police reportedly 'clashed with villagers in Zimbabwe's diamond fields'.
Violent clashes erupted in eSwatini on Wednesday after police cracked down on civil servants protesting against low pay and rising living costs in Africa's last absolute monarchy.
The wife of Eswatini's King Mswati the third, Nothando Dube, has died, according to reports.
The newly-appointed prime minister of the tiny kingdom of eSwatini has banned first class air travel for top government officials as part of a slew of measures to control spending.
The tiny African kingdom of eSwatini, ruled by an absolute monarch, is voting in polls critics describe as a sham but supporters say are a unique blend of tradition and politics.
The tiny country of eSwatini, until recently known as Swaziland, is ruled by a playboy king with many wives and supreme control over a nation struggling with poverty and HIV.
A Swaziland political party has challenged the country's political system a month before Africa's last absolute monarch goes to the polls.
Activists in Swaziland have criticised a draft law that might force citizens to pay dearly if they want to marry a foreign national.
Swaziland's King Mswati III continues to surround himself with gold while his country sinks into crisis.
The Swaziland Solidarity Network has criticised the Southern African Development Community (SADC) over its "inaction" on what it said was King Mswati III's "human rights abuses".
Residents of Mazamazama in the Shiselweni region in Swaziland are reportedly being forced to drink water with human waste, just a few metres away from the Royal Palace of Africa's last absolute monarch, King Mswati III.
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