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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 ...
Bountiful couple sells music collection to help Swaziland orphans

- 4 days ago @ standard.net: But now, they believe their music collection literally can open the door to their being able to fulfill their spiritual needs and to serve a large population of orphans across the globe in the tiny African country of Swaziland. Tonight, the couple ...

Bountiful couple sells music collection to help Swaziland orphans - Standard-Examin er

- 4 days ago @ standard.net: But now, they believe their music collection literally can open the door to their being able to fulfill their spiritual needs and to serve a large population of orphans across the globe in the tiny African country of Swaziland. Tonight, the couple ...

MPS CAN OVERRULE COURTS

- 3 days ago @ times.co.sz: MBABANE – Decisions or judgements of courts in Swaziland can be overturned by Parliament and other higher tribunals. The Times SUNDAY today reveals that this relatively unknown fact has been the 'status quo' since May this year. This would mean it is ...

DIARRHOEA OUTBREAK CLAIMS 3 MORE LIVES

- 2 days ago @ times.co.sz: MBABANE – Three more children have reportedly died at Matsanjeni Health Centre due to the diarrhoea outbreak that is being experienced in the country. According to a news bulletin that was aired by the Swaziland Broadcasting and Information Services ...

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SA REPORT SUGGESTS US BUILDING IN SD IS SPY BASE

Times of Swaziland: “US diplomats are understandably rather disparaging about a weekend report that they could be planning to move the headquarters of their controversial Africa Command (Africom) from Brussels to Swaziland. Not least because it's not in Brussels, Belgium, ...

'Political' Magazine Banned From Swazi Prison

AllAfrica.com: Members of banned political organisations in Swaziland said prison guards didn't let them take a copy of newsmagazine The Nation into one of the kingdom's prisons, according to local news reports. "The incident occurred at the Zakhele Remand Centre on ...

High-Tech Donation Brings Digital Age To Southern Swaziland

Nhlangano – The UN World Food Programme and the Ministry of Health brought the information age to the main health centre of this ruggedly beautiful corner of Swaziland with a donation of state-of-the-art computers and IT equipment in July this year.

Swaziland: What Convicted Journalists Wrote

[Swazi Media]A magazine editor and human rights lawyer in Swaziland face up to ten years in jail after being convicted of contempt of court for criticizing the judiciary and the kingdom's Chief Justice in articles published in the Nation, a tiny-circulation monthly news magazine.

Swaziland media conviction questioned

... charges against the two is a threat to justice for journalists across the region and the continent itself.' Journalist Bheki Makhubu and Thulani Maseko, an executive member of Lawyers for Human Rights Swaziland, were convicted in the High Court ...

US Concerned By Convictions Of Human Rights Lawyer, Journalist In Swaziland

RTT News: The United States on Monday voiced deep concerns over the convictions of human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko and magazine editor Bheki Makhubu for contempt of court in the Kingdom of Swaziland. According to the US State Department, Maseko and ...

US Concerned by Convictions of Swazi Human Rights Lawyer and Journalist

The United States is deeply concerned by the convictions of human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko and magazine editor Bheki Makhubu for contempt of court in the Kingdom of Swaziland. Their convictions for contempt of court for publishing an article ...

Press Swazi Gov on Human Rights - R2K

AllAfrica.com: Agence France-Presse reported that political magazine editor Bheki Makhubu and executive member of Lawyers for Human Rights Swaziland Thulani Maseko were convicted in the Swaziland High Court on Thursday. Judge Mpendulo Simelane said freedom ...

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UP TO TEN YEARS IN JAIL..

What Convicted Journalists Wrote

AllAfrica.com: A magazine editor and human rights lawyer in Swaziland face up to ten years in jail after being convicted of contempt of court for criticizing the judiciary and the kingdom's Chief Justice in articles published in the Nation, a tiny-circulation monthly ...

HUMAN RIGHTS LAWYER THULANI MASEKO..

Journalist, lawyer convicted in Swaziland

In what has been seen as a major blow to the journalism profession and human rights in Swaziland, respected editor Bheki Makhubu and human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko have been convicted for contempt of court, says a Mail & Guardian Online report.

Swaziland: Court Convicts Editor and Writer

[Swazi Media]Bheki Makhubu, the editor of the Nation magazine in Swaziland, and writer and human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko were convicted of contempt of court by the kingdom's High Court on Thursday (17 July 2014).

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Editor and Lawyer 'Face 10 Years Jail'

AllAfrica.com: The Swaziland editor and human rights lawyer convicted of contempt of court could face up to ten years in jail, according to a media report. Bheki Makhubu, editor of the independent news magazine The Nation, and human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko, were ...

Swaziland: Editor and Lawyer 'Face 10 Years Jail'

[Swazi Media]The Swaziland editor and human rights lawyer convicted of contempt of court could face up to ten years in jail, according to a media report.

OFFENCE OF CONTEMPT..

OUR DEMOCRATIC COUNTRY

Times of Swaziland: “The defence made heavy weather on why the offence of Contempt of Court should be abolished in Swaziland. Obviously, after the order of the United States in the Bridges case. That is not my headache. The fact remains that the offence of Contempt of ... </tle>

BHEKI, THULANI GUILTY!

Times of Swaziland: He stated that the defence made heavy on why the offence of contempt of court should be abolished in Swaziland. “That is not my headache. The fact remains that the offence of contempt of court, which is a common law offence, still forms part and parcel ...

CONTEMPT OF COURT..

Support for Convicted Journalists

AllAfrica.com: Support grows throughout the world for the two journalists in Swaziland who were convicted of contempt of court and may face up to 10 years in jail. Bheki Makhubu, editor of the Nation magazine and Thulani Maseko, a human rights lawyer who contributes ...

News24.com | Two Swazi critics convicted

Two critics of the Swaziland government have been found guilty of contempt of court after publishing articles.

TIMES OF SWAZILAND..

FOUR-YEAR POWER SHOCK

Times of Swaziland: We got an 'electric shock' last week when told that Swaziland does not have an independent source of electricity because an application by the Swaziland Electricity Company has been waiting for authorisation for four years. During these years we have ...

DIARRHOEA OUTBREAK CLAIMS 3 MORE LIVES

Times of Swaziland: MBABANE – Three more children have reportedly died at Matsanjeni Health Centre due to the diarrhoea outbreak that is being experienced in the country. According to a news bulletin that was aired by the Swaziland Broadcasting and Information Services ...

MONTIGNY TO INVEST E1BN TO RESUSCITATE USUTU ESTATE

Times of Swaziland: Montigny will be joining Ubombo Sugar and the Royal Swaziland Sugar Corporation (RSSC) which are currently generating their own renewable energy in their plants. Other than the two, there are some companies which have applied from the Swaziland ...

BUSHIRI LEAVES PASTORS FIGHTING

Times of Swaziland: Apostle Dlamini and Pastor Kyalo are mainly at loggerheads over who exactly is Prophet Bushiri's rightful representative in Swaziland. The two men of the cloth have exchanged serious words telephonically, arguing over who between them, was authorised ...

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