PHOTOS | #NotInMyName calls for King Mswati III to step down

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#NotInMyName activists during a picket in Solidarity with the people of Swaziland outside the eSwatini Embassy in Pretoria. Photo: Rosetta Msimango
#NotInMyName activists during a picket in Solidarity with the people of Swaziland outside the eSwatini Embassy in Pretoria. Photo: Rosetta Msimango

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A group of about 25 people from the civil rights movement called for the embassy to shut its doors and for King Mswati III to step down.

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