/ 23 December 2021

King Mswati’s son drags investigative journalist to South African court after damining exposés

Eswatini Politics Unrest
A member of the Royal Eswatini Police Service (REPS) raises his baton as he speaks with affiliates of the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA) as gather in central Manzini, during a pro-democracy protest part of a national shutdown organised by union members and civil servants in Africa's last absolute monarchy. (Photo by Michele Spatari/AFP)
Urgent interdict ‘not so urgent’ in Eswatini prince’s bid to gag investigative journalist and editor following reports of alleged royal plot to procure guns in South Africa for further clamp down on protesters

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