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Showers late. More sun than clouds. Mild.
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.
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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.
Police in eSwatini have come under fire after they used batons and stun grenades to disperse protesting workers in Manzini.
African countries have the power to force the rest of the world to ban nuclear weapons – if almost all of them adhered to the treaty on this, the International Committee of the Red Cross says.
A Swaziland political party has challenged the country's political system a month before Africa's last absolute monarch goes to the polls.
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'.
Residents of the kingdom of Swaziland, now called eSwatini, will have to pay dearly if they want to marry a foreign national – if the Finance Bill of 2018 is signed into law.
The growing bonds of friendship between Swaziland’s King Mswati III and Zambian leader Edgar Lungu have reached new, but worrying, levels for the two countries' citizens.
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".
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The wife of Eswatini's King Mswati the third, Nothando Dube, has died, according to reports.
A Zimbabwe man has shot dead his worker’s wife and two young daughters in a row over stolen groundnuts, and Zimbabwe's government has forced vendors off the streets amid deadly cholera outbreak
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.
It seems every Swazi national is heeding the royal command that the country will no longer be Swaziland, but eSwatini.
Local actress Tessa Twala has opened up about a difficult time in her life.
All of Africa must be democratised so that all people can benefit from the economic fruits that accompany democracy, writes Benzi Soko.
Swaziland's King Mswati III continues to surround himself with gold while his country sinks into crisis.
An ex-zimbabwean minister fingers President Emmerson Mnangagwa in a fraud case, and Swaziland says the issue involving Zambian President Edgar Lungu's plans to build a mansion in that country is a "private matter"
Zambian President Edgar Lungu is reportedly building a mansion worth millions of dollars for himself at Nkonyeni area in Swaziland.
R8 500.00 - R9 500.00 Per Month - Swaziland
R980 000.00 - R1 300 000.00 Per Year - Swaziland
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