In Swaziland women are still suffering or under Pressure . Which means that a woman is not comfortable with what she can wear when she likes because it is said that there are times when she has to wear a head covering because King Mswati III has to perform his ritual.
This is the reason why the people of Switzerland do not want Dialouge but want democracy ,the reason why the Swazis people do not want the dialogue is because It was something they had been asking for from King Mswati III . But it was something he would not have taken because he knew that if he could give them freedom there would be more people who would have an opinion so they asked for tax money to help the people of Swaziland not go to his fund.
This is what made King Mswati III reluctant to give the Swazis people democracy Firstly, she fears that the rights of the people of Swaziland will be equal to her children and that she wants her children to be the most privileged of all Swazis. As he first child wants to sue the journalist as he has leaked the news that his passport has come out of the boarder gate in Oeshok he wants to the journalist to apologize to him since he is a Prince.
Phumelele Dlamini, the former Trade Union Congress of Swaziland(TUCOSWA) National Organizer is among trade union leaders and political activists who personally cashed thousands of Rands during the recent political unrest. Documents in our possession suggest that Swazis based in Canada personally made contributions from their pockets to assist their fellow Swazis back home and further support access to information, however Dlamini and other political activists used the money for their own benefit.
Students in some schools in Swaziland Swaziland written "Mswati must fall" on the wall as part of the demands for democracy reforms This is happening as the people of Swaziland demand freedom but it is said that as the people protested they were injured and killed by police and soldiers and King Mswati III was in charge of the death of the civilians.
A few days ago, two buses full of Swazis was stopped by soldiers and police. Teargas canisters were thrown inside the bus and locked the door. When you try to use the window to exit, live round were shot. We are all going to die out here.
Highly regarded South African Poet Mzwakhe Mbuli says Swazis are being ‘sentenced’ to death by Mswati’s soldiers merely for protesting. Speaking to Swaziland News on Thursday when interviewed by editor Zweli Martin Dlamini, the South African artist said he decided to convince Sjava not to perform at the Standard Bank Luju Festival because he believed no entertainment should take place while people were being killed.
Mphandlana Shongwe, one of eSwatini’s remaining struggle icons says Swazis will soon return to the streets to demand a neutral ground for a political dialogue not Sibaya. This comes amid reports suggesting that King Mswati who stands accused of killing dozens of protesting civilians,wanted the political dialogue to be held within his Ludzidzini Royal Residence.
Antony Blinken, the United States Secretary of State will on Monday begins an official Biden-Harris Administration visit to three African countries:Kenya, Nigeria, and Senegal. The visit comes in the midst of a political crisis in the tiny Kingdom of eSwatini as Swazis cry to the international community for help.
07 November 2021 In South Africa colonialists disempowered African aristocrats before Africans had notions of democracy, and through out the colonial and apartheid period Africans had romantic notions of the pre colonial order. The ANC is a reconsruction of that aristocracy, as a matter of fact traditional leaders of Southern Africa played a major role in the formation of the ANC In Swaziland they never really lost their aristocracy.
Ndaba Shabangu, a senior citizen of Luve said Swazis were facing a huge challenge with the high costs in basic necessities of life such that it was becoming hard to buy bread and clothes. Speaking to this Swaziland News during an interview on Friday, Shabangu said life was now difficult for some Swazis as they were struggling to buy clothes and even a mere loaf of bread, he then warned against attending Sibaya saying it was meant to blind emaSwati and pollute their minds.
A Correctional Services vehicle was caught secretly filling petrol at Sidvwashini Engen after an order was issued allegedly by King Mswati to burn Hardwares belonging to arrested pro-democracy Member of Parliament(MP) Bacede Mabuza. The vehicle with registration numbers GSD 187 PR filled the petrol about 300 meters away from Sidvwashini Baceth Hardware that was burnt on Wednesday night.
In some parts of Eswatini, women are not permitted to eat cow meat for shocking reasons. Eswatini is a small African country in the southern hemisphere. This year, the lovely landlocked country celebrated its 50th anniversary of independence. Formerly known as Swaziland, the country's name was changed to Eswatini by the ruling King, King Mswati III, who means "land of the Swazis."
King Mswati has once again accused those calling for democratic reforms of being drunk adding that they smoke dagga. This comes after the calls for democratic reforms intensified this week with students across the country boycotting classes calling for democracy and the release of all political prisoners. Addressing the Nation during the opening of the referral wing of the Mbabane Government Hospital on Friday, the King who is Africa’s last absolute monarch condemned the involvement of children in the ongoing protests.He claimed that the propagators who misled the children to rise against him were drunk and high on dagga.
There has been numerous calls on all social media platforms asking all South African Artists booked for a Standard Bank Eswatini event to pull out of the event. This is all because every Major company in Eswatini is either wholly owned by the blood thirsty King Mswati or he has shares.
Swazis are not allowed to vote for a President or a Prime Minister in this tiny Kingdom of eSwatini, only Members of Parliament(MPs) are elected and forced to pay allegiance to King Mswati. As a result, MPs Bacede Mabuza and Mthandeni Dube who demanded democracy on behalf of the people were arrested and subsequently denied bail by the justice system, their arrest came after an order from King Mswati.
There is sufficient electronic evidence suggesting that the helicopters that were used by King Mswati’s soldiers to kill dozens of civilians were donated by Republic of China on Taiwan. As a result, countries like China and other international human rights organizations must assist Swazis in lobbying the United Nations (UN) Security Council to take a resolution against King Mswati.
King Mswati’s links to various companies like Parmalat and Premier Bakeries that produce food remains a huge health and religious risk to Swazis who are against the current system of governance and rituals performed by royalty. Few months ago, Swazis across the country complained that there were noticing suspicious particles in bread produced by Premier Bakeries and there was no clear explanation or an independent investigation to ascertain the origins of these suspicious particles.
Former Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane to address Swazis on calls for democracy. Mduduzi Magawugawu Simelane, the Siphofaneni Member of Parliament(MP) said former Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane would address Swazis on Sunday on democratic reforms. Speaking to this Swaziland News, Simelane said Maimane would be live on this publication’s Facebook Page on Sunday during a ‘Family meeting’ adding that he hoped South African leaders would also come in as part of the solidarity with Swazis.
Closing of schools for the sake of power retention is myopic. Shortsighted! Nation building is about listening to each other, especially those you don’t agree with. Let’s NOT sacrifice our children’s future for political power. If you're wondering, the calls for democracy in Swaziland are still ongoing and stronger than before.