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Witches can't fly brooms above 150 meters in Swaziland

Washington Times: Witches in Swaziland — where witchcraft is serious business — aren't cleared to fly their broomsticks higher than 150 meters and violators may be arrested and fined. The clarification comes from Civil Aviation Authority marketing and corporate ...
Swaziland activists worry about safety on return from Washington after Africa

- 1 week ago @ foxnews.com: JOHANNESBURG – Two activists from Swaziland who were in Washington during a recent summit of African leaders say they are concerned about their safety after the Swazi prime minister reportedly said they should be strangled. Labor leader Vincent ...

Swazi PM reportedly threatens activists - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports

- 1 week ago @ ri.search.yahoo.com: JOHANNESBURG (AP) - Two activists from Swaziland who were in Washington during a recent summit of African leaders say they are concerned about their safety after the Swazi prime minister reportedly said they should be strangled.

Swaziland activists worry about safety on return from Washington after Africa leaders' summit

- 1 week ago @ ri.search.yahoo.com: Two activists from Swaziland who were in Washington during a recent summit of African leaders say they are concerned about their safety after the Swazi prime minister reportedly said they should be strangled.

Swazi PM reportedly threatens activists

- 1 week ago @ yahoo.com: JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Two activists from Swaziland said Tuesday they are worried about their safety after the Swazi prime minister reportedly said they should be strangled for traveling to Washington during a recent summit of African leaders.

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FINALLY, ALL PLANES TO LAND AT KMIII

Times of Swaziland: In fact, it is now final that Swaziland Airlink will start operating from King Mswati III (KMIII) International Airport from September 30. This transpired during a press briefing at the airport yesterday, whereby Swaziland Airlink General Manager (GM ...

'I HAVE E30M BUSINESS INTERESTS, ASSETS IN SD'

Times of Swaziland: MBABANE – One of the businessmen who were arrested in connection with the E11 million Roots Construction fraud case says he has business interests and assets in Swaziland which are in excess of E30 million. Andrea Patrick Nassi, who is a director of ...

RETAIL AFFLUENT INCORPORATED INTO OLD MUTUAL SWAZILAND

Times of Swaziland: This was disclosed by Old Mutual Swaziland Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dantago Nico//Hoabeb during an interview conducted shortly after the launch of 'On the Money' financial education programme that seeks to inculcate a culture of saving and ...

SA must put pressure on Swaziland to open society

BDlive: I THINK SA should recall its ambassador to Swaziland and threaten to close our borders with the country. I am not joking. We need to put more pressure on our neighbour to start taking its own constitution seriously and show respect for human rights and ...

Swaziland: Jailed Magazine Editor to Appeal

[Swazi Media]The Swaziland magazine editor Bheki Makhubu, jailed for two years for writing articles critical of Swazi judges, is to appeal against his sentence.

Jailed Magazine Editor to Appeal

AllAfrica.com: The Swaziland magazine editor Bheki Makhubu, jailed for two years for writing articles critical of Swazi judges, is to appeal against his sentence. In the appeal papers lawyers for Makhubu say the High Court Judge Mpendulo Simelane erred on several ...

No Let Up On Swazi Media Censorship

AllAfrica.com: The Times of Swaziland, the only independent daily newspaper in the kingdom, reported Manzini North MP Jan Sithole saying radio and TV, 'only cover news which the State wants covered and they are not open to the public as they should, yet they are run ...

Swaziland: Media Muzzled in Africa's Last Absolute Monarchy

[VOA]Johannesburg -Media freedom is under attack in the African kingdom of Swaziland, claim journalists who say they face constant harassment. The journalists from Africa's last absolute monarchy say the king has throttled the media to advance his own interests and protect his wealth in a nation with some of the world's highest rates of poverty, unemployment and AIDS.

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Swaziland activists worry about safety on return from Washington after Africa

Fox News: JOHANNESBURG – Two activists from Swaziland who were in Washington during a recent summit of African leaders say they are concerned about their safety after the Swazi prime minister reportedly said they should be strangled. Labor leader Vincent ...

Swazi PM reportedly threatens activists

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Two activists from Swaziland said Tuesday they are worried about their safety after the Swazi prime minister reportedly said they should be strangled for traveling to Washington during a recent summit of African leaders.

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SNAT, NAPSAWU BOW TO 6.5% INCREMENT

Times of Swaziland: The Swaziland National Association of Teachers (SNAT) and National Public Service and Allied Workers Union (NAPSAWU) had rejected governmnet's 6.5 per cent offer. However, the Swaziland Democratic Nurses Union (SWADNU) and Swaziland National ...

UNIONS SCORED OWN GOAL-SNAT PRESIDENT

Times of Swaziland: MBABANE – Sibongile Mazibuko has angrily described the 6.5 per cent cost of living adjustment offer endorsed by two public sector unions as an own goal. Mazibuko is the President of the Swaziland National Association of Teachers (SNAT). In an interview ...

CIVIL SERVANTS SET TO GET 6.5% RAISE NEXT WEEK

Times of Swaziland: Government's offer and decision to effect the increment was a somewhat anticlimax for trade unions like the Swaziland National Association of Teachers (SNAT) and the National Public Service and Allied Workers Union (NAPSAWU) as they had turned down ...

SNAT, NAPSAWU REJECT 6.5% OFFER

Times of Swaziland: MBABANE – Two of the country's powerful public sector unions yesterday refused to endorse the collective agreement on the 6.5 per cent cost of living adjustment offer. The duo is the Swaziland National Association of Teachers (SNAT) and the National ...

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SWAZI 'AGOA MAN' RETURNS

Times of Swaziland: Instead, the secretary of the Lawyers for Human Rights in Swaziland said they gave the King the dignity and respect he deserved. He was speaking in an interview with the Times SUNDAY yesterday. However, certain people believed his Facebook posts ...

PM SCORES OWN GOAL

Times of Swaziland: ... much has been said about Prime Minister (PM) Sibusiso Dlamini's call to Members of Parliament to throttle, (kwekhanywe) Vincent Ncongwane, Secretary-General of TUCOSWA, and Sipho Gumedze, Secretary of the Lawyers for Human Rights in Swaziland ...

African leaders urged to address rights at summit

Rights groups have urged southern African countries to address abuses and uphold their people's freedom ahead of a meeting of regional heads of state in Zimbabwe next week. Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights deplored "serious human rights concerns" in Angola, Malawi, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe, in a joint statement Thursday. Leaders from the 15 ...

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US WORKERS WANTED SD OUT

Times of Swaziland: MBABANE – Almost 10 months ago, workers in the United States called on their government to remove Swaziland from trade benefits under the African Growth Opportunity Act (AGOA). They wrote a letter dated October 25, 2013 and addressed to Michael ...

King Misleads On Agoa Withdrawal

AllAfrica.com: The United States decided that Swaziland could no longer receive trading benefits under the African Growth Opportunity Act (AGOA). The decision was made in June 2014 after Swaziland failed to meet the United States' requirements on human rights issues.

Swaziland Group Demands Answers From Minister Over AGOA

AllAfrica.com: "The United States is deeply concerned by the threatening remarks made by Swaziland Prime Minister Sibusiso Barnabas Dlamini toward Swazi labor and civil society leaders who participated in the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington this week.

Swaziland: King Misleads On Agoa Withdrawal

[Swazi Media]King Mswati III is misleading his subjects and the world at large when he says he does not know why the United States is withdrawing a preferential trading status from his kingdom.

Swaziland – 4 July 2014 | The Southern African Liaison Office

Swaziland Struggle for Freedom The United States has become the first nation to take action against Swaziland over the kingdom's disregard for human and civil...

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Journalists not protected in Swaziland: MISA

Head of the Media Institute of Southern Africa, Phakama Shili, says journalists in Swaziland work under difficult circumstances. The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) in Swaziland has called on Tuesday for a united front with South African ...

IUPUC nursing students view medical practices in Swaziland

The Republic: For the first time, the IU School of Nursing at IUPUC traveled to the Kingdom of Swaziland for a service-learning experience. Students Mindy Talkington, of Scipio, and Megan Ballard, of Columbus, spent three weeks abroad with professor Bethany Murray ...

'Freedom of Expression Under Siege in Swaziland' - Report

AllAfrica.com: Kudzani Ndlovu, who is studying at the University's centre for human rights, completed the study after months of research, including 'on the ground' interviews in Swaziland. His report, titled 'Freedom of expression under siege: an investigation into ...

Rotavirus Outbreak in Swaziland - BORGEN Magazine

A national outbreak of diarrhea attributed to rotavirus has killed at least 36 children in Swaziland .

Skydive for sexual health in Swaziland (From The Northern Echo)

A DARLINGTON woman will leap from a plane this weekend in a bid to improve sexual health in Swaziland .

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Swaziland Media Muzzled in Africa's Last Absolute Monarchy

Voice of America: Media freedom is under attack in the African kingdom of Swaziland, claim journalists who say they face constant harassment. The journalists from Africa's last absolute monarchy say the king has throttled the media to advance his own interests and ...

Swaziland Media Muzzled in Africa’s Last Absolute Monarchy

Media freedom is under attack in the African kingdom of Swaziland, claim journalists who say they face constant harassment. The journalists from Africa’s last absolute monarchy say the king has throttled the media to advance his own interests and protect his wealth in a nation with some of the world’s highest rates of poverty, unemployment and AIDS. From the outside, the tiny, landlocked nation ...

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