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Swaziland High Court jails government critics
Judge jails editor and rights lawyer for two years over articles critical of government and judiciary to deter others.
Last updated: 26 Jul 2014 01:55 GMT
Swaziland's reserves dwindle to $790,000
Kingdom's official reserves will cover only four months of vital imports, central bank estimates.
Last updated: 27 May 2014 00:33 GMT
Swaziland: liberal democracy and its discontents
Swazis want reform, but do they want a multi-party system?
Last updated: 14 Oct 2013 10:35 GMT
Swaziland elects new faces for an old order
The king continues to choose the prime minister, but some cabinet ministers were ousted in a push for change.
Last updated: 25 Sep 2013 16:22 GMT
Voices from Swaziland
Voters discuss their king and the country's controversial electoral process.
Last updated: 22 Sep 2013 13:42 GMT
Swaziland tallies results in disputed polls
Final results are expected on Saturday, one day after the voting for 55 seats in parliament.
Last updated: 21 Sep 2013 10:26 GMT
Swaziland bans underage marriages
Tribal leaders contend that new law preventing child brides departs from traditional customs.
Last updated: 13 May 2013 20:07 GMT
Swazi police ban 'rape-provoking' miniskirts
Women in Swaziland risk arrest by wearing "revealing clothes" that violate moral standards, police spokesperson says.
Last updated: 24 Dec 2012 16:57 GMT
Swaziland's health sector grinding to a halt
Ongoing public servant strike in southern African country takes its toll on health care industry.
Last updated: 28 Jul 2012 10:31 GMT
Swaziland government workers demand more pay
Thousands of teachers and other public servants on strike, demanding a raise of 4.5 per cent.
Last updated: 26 Jul 2012 16:20 GMT
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