Self-censorship is rife as journalists are fined for stories that criticise royals or big business
Zweli Martin Dlamini’s nemesis — a powerful businessman — was murdered in Mbabane, but the controversial journalist is still too scared to go home
The Constitutional Court’s judgment on Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla demonstrates the difficulties facing the continent, argues Bheki Makhubu.
The Supreme Court in Swaziland has ordered the release of human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko and editor Bheki Makhubu.
Swaziland’s high court has sentenced an editor and a human rights lawyer to two years for contempt of court over articles critical of the judiciary.
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.
The Egypt case has received international attention, but less attention has been given to journalists under fire in the rest of Africa.
Pliant judges who do King Mswati III’s bidding are wreaking havoc on the kingdom’s legal system, writes Khethiwe Dlamini*.
The judge presiding over Swazi editor Bheki Makhubu’s trial has thrown out Makhubu’s wife from the courtroom for allegedly sleeping.
Bheki Makhubu, editor of the Nation in Swaziland, is being held in a maximum security prison before his trial for contempt charges start next week.
A judge has ordered that a warrant of arrest be issued to the "Nation" editor Thulani Maseko and lawyer Thulani Maseko, who were released on Sunday.
A well-known human rights lawyer and editor, recently released after contempt of court charges, may be facing re-arrest.
A lawyer and editor – arrested after an article was published about the detention of a government vehicle inspector – have been released from jail.