King Mswati deployed more solders as the protest is getting worse, students from about 30 schools were protesting on monday demanding democracy and the removal of King Mswati in power.
SNAT president has confirmed that they received a report that 30 schools were closed and students were protesting out side the class rooms, he added that the situation is getting worse.
The kingdom of Swaziland is govern by only King Mswati and appointed members of parliament. Students demands the country to be govern by politicians and allow them to vote.
St Philips school is burnt down after the police threatened to shoot students if they continue protesting.
The protest started mid-year, people were shot dead by king Mswati's police the protest resulted in the unrest and looting of shops.
The level of poverty is very high and people are earning peanuts only those who are close to his family gets better jobs with good salaries.
The majority of students boycott classes demanding the release of imprisoned pro democracy members of parliament.
It is still not yet clear whether the country will get what they want.
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