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
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 person suspected of carrying the coronavirus has been placed in quarantine and blood samples have been taken for further analysis.
The fleet of luxury cars is said to be for his 15 wives.
There could be a huge slice of misery in store for travellers on Wednesday, as protesting workers and Cosatu plan to close key border points with eSwatini.
Cosatu are unhappy with perceived abuses of power by King Mswati and the neglecting of the struggling people of Swaziland.
Two Cape Town police officers have helped reunite a mother with her long lost son.
The lonely hearts of eSwatini – and South Africa, for that matter – may want to think twice before pursuing a life of polygamy in our neighbours’ back yard.
King Mswati III’s government has challenged the Sunday Times to come forth with proof of his admittance.
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The Greater Kruger Card app, a state-of-the-art tourist information system, provides discounts for facilities in the area as well.
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While the country of Swaziland might have a new name, it doesn’t seem to have a new way of fighting crime and tracking down criminals.
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