Pro-democracy politicians forced into hiding in Eswatini

Mduduzi “Magawugawu” Simelane — a highly influential MP who is among those calling for democratic reforms in Eswatini — has gone into hiding as political temperatures rise in the kingdom.

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Zweli Martin Dlamini
Zweli Martin Dlamini is the editor of the Swaziland News, an independent online publication. He has over ten years experience as a journalist and was once attached to AmaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism for training on investigative journalism. Dlamini has been persecuted several times by the Eswatini government for writing critical articles against King Mswati. He has worked with various international media organisations that include the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) as a contributor for Eswatini stories

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