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Confusing visa laws have a ripple effect on SA’s neighbours

South Africa is like the migrant worker who has found himself a new lover and forgot about his family.

Lies, public money and a redone DC-9 in Swaziland

King Mswati III actually bought the jet claimed to be the gift of anonymous benefactors – twice.

Cash splash for Swazi king’s wings

Swaziland is again facing a financial crisis – yet MPs have okayed a new aircraft for Mswati III.

Danger of embedded judiciary

Swaziland saved its moral skin by saying it had erred. South Africa can do the same over al-Bashir.

Court frees jailed Swazi activists

Two "political prisoners" were granted bail in Swaziland on Tuesday after being detained on terrorism charges for more than a year.

‘Soft landing’ for disgraced judge Ramodibedi

Rumours are swirling in Lesotho that disgraced judge Michael Ramodibedi could be reinstated as the country's Court of Appeal president.

Editorial: Swazi judiciary’s lessons for SA

Swaziland and Lesotho give stunning examples of how countries should not want their judiciary to operate.

Swazi court orders release of editor, human rights lawyer

The Supreme Court in Swaziland has ordered the release of human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko and editor Bheki Makhubu.

Jailed Swazi activists in legal limbo

It is now over a year since the imprisonment of two Swazi activists -- and they have still not been granted bail.

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