Thursday, October 27, 2011


Here are some of the most recent postings on the Swazi Media Commentary Facebook site that did not also appear on this blog.

Call to suspend Swaziland from the Commonwealth for human rights violations.

Vusi Sibisi writes in the Times of Swaziland about last week's cabinet reshuffle.

Public servants will kick-start a three-day nationwide campaign to sensitise members of the public on 15 alternatives necessary for the economic recovery and bring an end to the judicial crisis.

Swazi teacher tells of uncertain livelihood.

Kang Fa textile factory workers marched to the local Labour office and demanded that Labour Officer, Gcina Nxumalo, intervene after they were reportedly paid E100 each for a fortnight’s work.

An attempt by government to stop workers from participating in the proposed mass strike scheduled next week has hit a snag.

Musa Hlophe of the Swaziland Coalition writes in the Times Sunday about the recent cabinet reshuffle in Swaziland

Times Sunday editor writes on the recent cabinet reshuffle in Swaziland.

The United Nations (UN) has given Swaziland a deadline of March 2012 to provide responses to member states’ recommendations for, among other things, the introduction of multiparty democratic elections and registration of political parties.

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