The state is ploughing ahead with Swaziland's pricey Sikhuphe runway despite 'structural defects', writes Musa Ndlangamandla.
Thousands of kilograms of food aid intended for Swaziland's food insecure were recently found rotting in the government's main storage warehouses.
A multimillion-dollar drive to circumcise the majority of Swazi males between the age of 15 and 49 within a year has failed to reach its target.
Voters have begun registering for elections in Swaziland, Africa's last absolute monarchy, with unions calling for a boycott of a "rubber-stamp" poll.
Barnabas Sibusiso Dlamini can't be running a democracy if no challenge to the monarchy or state is possible, writes Musa Ndlangamandla.
The harsh ruling against a magazine editor in Swaziland may start a worrying trend, says Dario Milo.
Sentence for "intimidating" chief justice comes amid an outcry over judge's judicial interference.
The king still holds all the power and, despite its 2005 Constitution, democracy is elusive. Louise Redvers reports.
Swaziland can do without a 2.4-billion rand loan that South Africa agreed to extend to the landlocked kingdom, its finance minister said.
Swaziland has not banned the wearing of miniskirts, government spokesperson Percy Simelane said.
With government help, a Namibian brewery is leaving its Botswana competitor thirsty.
Swaziland's economic woes continue and the International Monetary Fund has forecast a gross domestic product contraction of 1.5%.
The ANC has called for Swaziland to be "liberated" as part of the outcomes of an International Solidarity Conference the party hosted last week.
The Law Society of Swaziland is planning to take legal action against the Swazi government after MPs reversed their no-confidence vote.
News reports have two very different audiences: most readers read with the interest of an outside observer - sometimes more, sometimes less.
The long-running row between MTN Swaziland and the country's telecommunications operator has grown into what's been dubbed a "constitutional crisis".
The Congress of South African Trade Unions has extended support to Swaziland's people, saying they will see democracy soon.
Since October 2011 Salgaocar has been mining the Malolotja Nature Reserve and shipping cheap, low-grade iron ore across the world.
ANC chief whip Mathole Motshekga has denied that the ANC in the NCOP endorsed a call on the government to hold back on a loan to Swaziland.
A Swaziland court has convicted a South African man of high treason and terrorism over a botched bomb attack against King Mswati III.