/ 11 July 2021

Blood on the streets in Eswatini: The stories of those who have lost their lives

Russia Africa Summit And Economic Forum, Day 2
Power of the gun: King Mswati III of Eswatini inspects a Kalashnikov in Russia in 2019. (Donat SorokinTASS via Getty Images)
For weeks protests in eSwatini have raged, and dozens of people have been killed. But what is life like for those demanding democracy in the monarchy?

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