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Gauteng police are offering a R100 000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a man suspected to be the murderer of two toddlers found dead in Diepsloot earlier this week. Police released an identikit of the man on Thursday. "The suspect is
Every year for the past eight years, the Global Hunger Index has mapped the world's nutrition. Over time, the maps demonstrate progress: The dark red splashes across Africa that signified extremely alarming levels of hunger have mostly faded to
And, in the sub-category 'Participation' it ranks 50 out of 52. On a scale of 100, 'Participation' in Swaziland, which is ruled by King Mswati III, sub-Saharan Africa's last absolute monarch, gets a score of 11.9...Swaziland's performance across four
Gauteng, South Africa, culminating in Pride Month came at a contentious and opportune time, considering the rash of homophobic statements by political leaders across the world. These official' endorsements of prejudice, inequality and human rights
A small group of people staged a protest on Tuesday outside the Pinetown Magistrate's Court in support of the Swazi truck driver accused of murdering 22 people in a crash. The group of mostly women held posters that read "Justice for Sanele May".
Johannesburg Former South African president Thabo Mbeki is headed to Swaziland in response to concerns expressed by local lawyers about the state of the country's judiciary. Addressing a church synod in South Africa on Thursday, Mbeki did not
This was after prodemocracy groups campaigned for a boycott of the elections in protest at their undemocratic nature. The Communist Party of Swaziland in a statement said, 'Only just over 100,000 people voted in the primary elections...This is about
Whether new faces in the House of Assembly will be able to institute any serious change in a country where political parties are effectively banned and Mswati III appoints two-thirds of the more-powerful Senate remains to be seen. At the very least,
Speaking to BBC's Focus on Africa programme, Sithole, who is among the 55 elected lawmakers, said that he would bring change to the country, which is Africa's last absolute monarchy without fail. He leads the Swaziland Democratic Party (Swadepa), but
Swaziland activist elected MP Jan Sithole has been campaigning for change in Swaziland for many years Leading pro-democracy activist Jan Sithole has told the BBC he will be able to bring change to Swaziland, after being elected to parliament.