Eswatini Update – 19 May 2022

Eswatini Authorities Have Yet to Show They Are Serious About Dialogue As the nation continues to await the National Dialogue (Sibaya) almost six months into the year, many are still in the dark as to whether it will eventually happen, and if it indeed happens, what...

Eswatini Update – 4 May 2022

eSwatini Youth to Disrupt Sibaya Will the Sibaya National Dialogue budgeted for E22 million in this year’s budget in eSwatini take place? King Mswati’s Government announced that the King would call Sibaya to discuss the ongoing political unrest, however, political...

Eswatini Update – 12 April 2022

Will King Mswati III listen to the demands for political change? Swaziland faces a number of problems with its current system of governance and a political change leaning towards a democracy seem unlikely and poses a great challenge for banned opposition parties....

Eswatini Update – 7 April 2022

1. Cloud of uncertainty continues to hover over Eswatini A deep pall of uncertainty continues to hang over the political atmosphere in Eswatini, with pockets of the citizenry choosing to be skeptical about the proposed national dialogue aimed at finding a resolution...

Eswatini Update – 25 March 2022

Dozens of protestors were injured after King Mswati unleashed his police officers to shoot and assault civilians on Wednesday 23 March. The protestors had gathered in Mbabane to support their incarcerated pro-democracy Members of Parliament (MPs) Bacede Mabuza and...

Eswatini Update – 3 March 2022

eSwatini Government Incurs More Debt While Failing to Provide Social Support Where is the budget to compensate relatives of those who lost their lives during the June massacre? Why is the government taking a loan for the King? Pro-democracy protests in eSwatini made...

Stay Up-To-Date!