The Supreme Court in Swaziland has ordered the release of human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko and editor Bheki Makhubu.
It is now over a year since the imprisonment of two Swazi activists -- and they have still not been granted bail.
Swaziland's Chief Justice Michael Ramodibedi has since Saturday locked himself and his family in his mansion, avoiding arrest.
King Mswati III has fired Minister of Justice and Constitutional affairs, Sibusiso Shongwe, who was arrested on Monday for alleged corruption.
The justice minister and two judges have been arrested, although police have held off arresting controversial Chief Justice Michael Ramodibedi
Swaziland's Chief Justice, Michael Ramodibedi has openly defied King Mswati III's summons and skipped to South Africa.
This short documentary reveals how Swaziland's High Court sent an editor and a human rights lawyer to prison over articles critical of the judiciary.
Jailed lawyer Thulani Maseko feels the wrath of the system he slammed, but remains undeterred.
According to his supporters, jailed lawyer Thulani Maseko has been put in solitary confinement last week for a total duration of three weeks.
South Africa's neighbours are dependent on the union's short-sighted revenue-sharing formula.
Family homes are being destroyed under the orders of King Mswati III, to make land available for a Science, Innovation and Biotechnology Park.
Footage obtained alleges that the Swazi royal family have forcibly replaced a local chief with a family member, torturing any who oppose them.
Striking workers at a Swazi mine co-owned by ANC-linked investment company Chancellor House and King Mswati III fear "a second Marikana".
Striking workers at a mine in Swaziland linked to the ANC fear that a strong police presence could lead to a second Marikana.
Swaziland residents share their stories of being kicked off their family's land by members of the royal family and politically-connected individuals.
A ministry is caring for Swazi Aids orphans in the abandoned mining town of Bulembu in northern Swaziland, despite health warnings.
A judgment delivered in Swaziland recently has thrown a cloak of invincibility over the judiciary there.
AmaBhungane condemns the recent conviction of human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko and Swazi lawyer Bheki Makhubu
Respected Swaziland editor Bheki Makhubu and human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko have been convicted for contempt of court.