On 25 October, SALC and partner organisations working in Eswatini to hold discussions on the situation of human rights in an Absolute monarchy. The event will take place at the Kairaba beach hotel, Banjul, Gambia at the margins of the 63rd session of the African Commission on human and People’s Rights.
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Thulani Maseko: Justice and accountability remains elusive in Eswatini
In the calm shadows of impunity, the deafening silence surrounding the assassination of human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko hangs heavy. Justice, once Maseko’s weapon of choice, now lies silenced with…
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Can Eswatini develop in its current political impasse?
Another election has come and gone in Eswatini. A Prime Minister and a Cabinet appointed without the express will of the people. The election happened despite an express call by…
Melusi Simelane21 November 2023
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Revitilising the campaign against sedition and insult offences in Africa
Sedition laws are a serious threat to freedom of expression and democracy in Africa. These laws are often used to silence dissent and criminalize legitimate criticism of the government. In…
Staff Writer30 October 2023