Sjava has officially withdrawn his performance at the Standard Bank Luju Food and Lifestyle Festival, due to civil unrest in Eswatini.
The Zulu nation’s incoming new King Misuzulu is taking a second wife in Nozizwe Mulela. She is Eswatini’s smart beauty and ex-FNB Bank Head.
Former South African Justice Minister Jeff Radebe will lead a five-member envoy to the Kingdom of Eswatini this week.
eSwatini’s government claims they had to enforce the internet shutdown as a measure against forces that were behind the violent protests
As the regime meets demands for democracy with violence, activists and ordinary people affirm a resolute commitment to continuing resistance, even as they are murdered and injured.
Two journalists from South African publication, New Frame, were allegedly assaulted and tortured by eSwatini security forces while covering the pro-democracy protests in the country.
eSwatini law enforcement officials have been heavy handed towards civilians, with dozens of citizens having been killed in under two weeks
About 40 people have been killed in eSwatini, during the violent pro-democracy demonstrations that have rocked the nation
The ANC has called on the SADC to intervene in Eswatini before the ongoing pro-democracy protests escalate beyond control.
King Mswati III has allegedly unleashed the military unit to terrorise citizens in Eswatini because of the pro-democracy protests.
Protests in Eswatini continued despite a strict COVID-19 curfew introduced by the government. They have now burnt down breweries.
There were previous media reports claiming King Mswati III had fled eSwatini, over violent pro-democracy protests
As the people of eSwatini take to the streets in their fight for democracy, the Swazi branch of the EFF says it is responsible for a ‘major turning point’.
Eswatini residents have been taking to the streets in recent days, demanding political reform and an end to monarchical rule
King Mswati III of Eswatini has allegedly fled the kingdom as pro-democracy protests have spiraled out of control in the kingdom.
Eswatini Prime Minister Themba Masuku announced earlier this week that government would be lifting its ban on all football activities.
The news comes as Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi began a tour of the Beitbridge Border Post in Musina, Limpopo, to assess the situation there.
The future of Bafana Bafana striker Tokelo Rantie remains uncertain after his proposed move to eSwatini was called off.
The Eswatini Kingdom has confirmed the passing of its Prime Minister Ambrose Dlamini, who died two weeks after being transferred to a South African hospital for COVID-19 treatment
It’s seven goals in two matches for Banyana Banyana in the Cosafa Women’s Championship, where they were ruthless against Eswatini.
The Kingdom has seen its caseload double in the last week, and have reacted by making a u-turn on its decision to relax regulations.
While the King of eSwatini remains ‘in good health’, the kingdom has announced its first COVID-19 death on Thursday 16 April.
The absence of King Mswati III from public life continues to be a bone of contention in the tiny Kingdom of Eswatini.
The duo’s court case has been postponed at the Durban Magistrate’s Court and are now stuck in a 14-day quarantine.
Two British men who were arrested following a high-speed chase from eSwatini’s border with South Africa, are now facing hefty punishments.