Thursday, October 27, 2011


Civil society organisations are accused of using Swaziland’s undemocratic Tinkhundla system to make money for their leaders. Some say this allegation has merit. Some NGOs and trade unions talk politics because that is what potential donors want to hear and are willing to pay millions of emalangeni for it. As a result, some so-called pro-democracy groups would rather the Tinkhundla system stayed because it keeps them alive. – Nation Magazine

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