Mbabane Crime Threat Critical - Report
[Swazi Media] The United States has assessed Swaziland's capital city Mbabane as a 'critical-threat location' for crime in a report just published.
'No Chance of Swazi Police Union'
[Swazi Media] A suggestion from schoolteachers in Swaziland that the kingdom's police should form a trade union will almost certainly be dead in the water.
Swazi Drug Shortage Crisis Deepens
[Swazi Media] Parliamentarians in Swaziland have given the government seven days to sort out the drugs shortage crisis crippling public health facilities in the kingdom.
Probe Into 'Inhumane' Jail Conditions
[Swazi Media] A United Nations group is investigating prison conditions in Swaziland amid reports of inhumane conditions.
Golf - Sunshine Tour Title No. 2 for Bekker in Swaziland
[Sascoc] Oliver Bekker won his second title of the Sunshine Tour season when he took a play-off victory in the Lombard Insurance Classic at the Royal Swazi Sun Country Club on Sunday.
Indaba 2017 Showcases the Best of African Tourism
[Deutsche Welle] The annual tourism exhibtion plays host to more than 20 African countries seeking to endorse the natural beauty and culture they have to offer international visitors.
Rangers Shoot Dead Another Man
[Swazi Media] Game rangers in Swaziland shot dead a 'mentally challenged' man they suspected of poaching in what the newspaper in effect owned by King Mswati III called 'cold blooded murder.'
Swazi Govt. 'Killing Its Own People'
[Swazi Media] The kingdom's only independent newspaper has accused the Swaziland Government of 'killing its people' with a shortage of medicines in hospitals.
Swazi PM Dlamini's Dubious Record
[Swazi Media] Swaziland's Prime Minster Barnabas Dlamini turned 75 on Monday (15 May 2017) and the Swazi Observer newspaper published a front page tribute and four pages inside to the man who was never elected to office and owes his position to the patronage of King Mswati III.
Sugar, Fish to Kickstart Nam-Swazi Trade
[New Era] Windhoek -The Kingdom of Swaziland is interested in supplying sugar to Namibia and would like to import Namibian fish for consumption by the Swazi people.
Khama Meets Mswati III
[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -President Lt Gen. Dr Seretse Khama Ian Khama and SADC chairperson, King Mswati III during a courtesy call on the former at the State House in Gaborone on May 9. King Mswati III, who leaves today (May 10), was on a three-day working visit to the SADC Secretariat. He toured the secretariat, witnessed the swearing in of seven SADC Administrative Tribunal Judges from Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. He also visited the SADC Climate Services Centre.
King Mswati Visits
[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -The Chairperson of SADC, King Mswati III also the Head of State for the Kingdom of Swaziland has arrived in Gaborone, to visit the SADC Secretariat on a three-day working visit.
Swazi Government Fuel Scandal
[Swazi Media] A government vehicle in Swaziland used 608 litres of diesel in one day and another 743 litres the day after.
Golfer Karmis Makes Moving Day Count in Swaziland
[News24Wire] Peter Karmis shot to the top of the leaderboard on moving day at the Investec Royal Swazi Open with a 10-under-par 62 score which earned him a massive 22 points to take his total to 40 points for the week.
Drugs Worth Over U.S.$140 Million Seized at Border With Swaziland
[News24Wire] Three suspects are due to appear in the Pongola Magistrate's Court in KwaZulu-Natal for possession of more than R100m in drugs on Friday afternoon.
Gauche, Van Der Spuy Share Summit in Swaziland
[News24Wire] Teaghan Gauche and Rourke van der Spuy finished the second round of the Royal Swazi Open tied at the summit of the leaderboard on 27 points at Royal Swazi Spa Country Club.
Investigate 'Police Brutality' - Court
[Swazi Media] A senior magistrate in Swaziland has called for an investigation into alleged brutality at one of the kingdom's police stations.
Swaziland the Most Unequal Country
[Swazi Media] According to a new briefing paper, published by British charitable organization, Oxfam, Swaziland is the world's most unequal country, followed by Nigeria, Namibia and South Africa, writes Kenworthy News Media.
Corruption in Swazi Army Recruiting
[Swazi Media] Corruption in army recruitment in Swaziland has been exposed with at least 40 recruits expelled during basic training.
Kingdom Faces LGBTI Rights Review
[Swazi Media] Swaziland's discrimination against LGBTI people is being put under scrutiny by a United Nations group.