The new airline will commence flights at the end of this month, heralding a new chapter in the country’s travel and tourism industry
Companies in the country are using dry sugarcane waste to generate electricity
A threatened coup in Lesotho was averted in 1998 and so was the apartheid regime’s attempt to cede part of South Africa to Swaziland
Civil society has called for an investigation into King Mswati’s alleged crimes against humanity
A police officer has fled the country after making allegations of human rights abuses
Unless meaningful change occurs soon, more blood will be spilt on Swazi streets
King Mswati summons the nation to dialogue but avoids democratic engagement as death toll rises
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?
Private schools writing IEB exams obtained a 98.82% pass rate, a fractional decrease from last year
Magazine editor Bheki Makhubu, in spite of harassment from King Mswati and his cronies, is undeterred in his bid to expose the regime’s wrongdoings
The story, carried by the Zambian Observer said that Swazi men would have to marry several wives starting from June
A second-class system for the majority poor population entrenches social and economic inequality
Affordable housing is one of Kenya’s development priorities. But how does it aim to achieve this when it continues to render thousands homeless?
Opposition activists in the tiny southern African country formerly known as Swaziland say Friday’s election is a mockery of democracy
Does King Mswati III have the authority to change the name of his country without consultation?
When King Mswati III celebrated his 50th birthday last month, he was apparently wearing a diamond encrusted watch worth an incredible $1.6-million
The Bushfire festival is one place where Swatis can let their hair down and be themselves, and it is slowly sowing the seeds of change
Victor Gamedze was one of the most powerful men in Swaziland. But his death raises more questions than answers
Zweli Martin Dlamini’s nemesis — a powerful businessman — was murdered in Mbabane, but the controversial journalist is still too scared to go home
In the wake of Robert Mugabe’s fall from grace, commentators are rushing to ask: Which long-term African leader is next in line to hit the dust?
The multinational’s restrictions on videos of Reed Dancers sexualise cultural practices, say critics
Children rent rooms in South Africa so that they can get an education – and a meal a day.
Learners who have attended certain Mpumalanga schools for years are now being turned away when they attempt to enter high schools in the province
The Swaziland government is trying to mend fences with South Africa instead of mending its education system.
Sugar cane has a bad image but a new model that helps smallholders and associations in rural areas to earn a life-changing income may shift this.
Mandatory blending regulations, coming into force over the coming decade, could create a whole new market for Swazi sugarcane, in the form of ethanol.
Religious leaders are key to addressing the systemic issues that affect LGBTI people.
As the new chair of SADC, this is a golden opportunity for the Swazi leadership to show it will uphold the commitments made.
Some say trade will pay for conservation, others argue it will fuel poaching and trafficking.
As the Swazi king takes the SADC chair, his vanity projects have come under scrutiny.
Besides being the last absolute monarchy in Africa, its people are desperately poor and money is being wasted on the king’s vanity projects.
Civil society groups have spoken out against the possible appointment of Swaziland’s King Mswati III as SADC chairperson.