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  • SUDF`s OPEN LETTER TO ORLANDO PIRATES AND KAIZER CHIEFS ON THE KING`S CUP PARTICIPATION

    Dated 19 June 2015 “Dining and Wining with the Devil” To Mr Motaung and Mr Khoza, it is common knowledge if not a fact that many Swazis love and respect you two Gentlemen. Amongst the reasons which informs these undying belief in the two of you, is the fact that you have succeeded through your […]
  • AFRICA DAY PRESS STATEMENT

    Building and Strengthening a Culture of Pan-African People-to-People Solidarity Solidarity Walk and Cultural Festival Say No to Xenophobia, Afrophobia and Criminal Violence #AfricanSolidarityCaravan #AfricaDay #ProudlyAfrican 23 May 2015 Pan Africa Mall (Cnr Watt and 3rd Street) to Alexandra Stadium (9am-4pm) Media Contacts Philani Ndebele, Campaigns Manager, ACTION Support Centre +27 76 942 3565, 27 (0) […]
  • COSATU-convened meeting calls for launch of Coalition for the Release of Swazi Political Prisoners and unbanning of TUCOSWA

    The meeting was convened by COSATU following a request to deal with the deepening crisis in Swaziland, resulting from the worsening political crisis in Swaziland.   The country is facing an unprecedented judicial and constitutional crisis, the brutal and  perpetual incarceration of political activists, the worsening health situation of PUDEMO President Mario Masuku, coupled with […]
  • PUDEMO APPEAL LETTER

    26 APRIL 2015 PUDEMO President Mario Masuku was arrested on 1 May, 2015, together with SWAYOCO Secretary General Maxwell Dlamini for making a PUDEMO statement. While he has been in prison, two of his brothers have passed-on and he was not given the opportunity to bury them by His Majesty’s Correctional Services. President Masuku suffers from […]
  • PUDEMO Secretary General Q&A on the judicial crisis in Swaziland

    1. Mr Makhanya seemingly you are not joining in the celebrations of the reported arrest of Mpendulo Simelane, (pending) arrest of the Chief Justice Micheal Ramodibedi, Justice Minister Sibusiso Shongwe. Why? Mlungisi Makhanya (MM): Look, PUDEMO welcomes the arrest of anyone involved in criminal activities. However, we don't celebrate the latest developments. This is the [...]
  • PUDEMO NEWSLETTER – VOLUME 2 – FEB 2015

    If there was any confusion on the attitude of the Tinkhundla Regime on going forward with embracing democratic ideals, the recent speech delivered by Mswati III, left no one in doubt of the hostilities that proponents of democracy can expect in the future. Warning the nation on “….. destructive acts”. he could not be clearer […]
  • Q&A Interview with PUDEMO Secretary General Mlungisi Makhanya on court challenge of Terrorism Act set for March 19, 2015

    PUDEMO’s Secretary General Mlungisi Makhanya is launching a constitutional challenge of the Suppression of Terrorism Act, a first of its kind since the law was promulgated in 2008. I had time to chat to him about the case and its political implications. The STA has been widely condemned by such credible bodies as Amnesty International, […]
  • The Church’s 7 steps ‘to solve the crisis’

    SCCL Secretary Sydney Nyembe explains some contents of the Kairos Document. 1. Unity amongst church groups. The SCCL says it has noted with concern the disunity that exists amongst Christian organisations in Swaziland. They say such makes the Church weak and its messages not to be taken seriously on critical political matters in the country. […]
  • Police brutality in Swaziland

    Bheki was arrested in June 2010. He was charged with six counts of terrorism. He was beaten and tortured in prison by the security forces. After four years behind bars he was acquitted of all charges. Watch video of Police brutality in Swaziland
  • Swaziland steps up police intimidation of workers

    Dear Friends, Swazi police continue to crush trade union meetings and intimidate workers (http://www.ituc-csi.org/swaziland-steps-up-police). Support the struggle of the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland by putting your letterhead on the attached model letter and sending it to the email/fax indicated. Many thanks! Attachment: Model letter
  • Swaziland Pro-democracy Group Rejects King’s Criticisms

    Peter Clottey Swaziland’s absolute Monarch, King Mswati III, wants citizens to protect the country from pro-democracy groups he blames for tarnishing the image of the Southern African kingdom abroad. In his speech at the opening of parliament, King Mswati said activities of the groups have deprived the country of good opportunities and benefits that could […]
  • PUDEMO AND SNAT ACTIVIST ARRESTED

      PUDEMO AND SNAT ACTIVIST ARRESTED AND DETAINED BY POLICE IN SWAZILAND The Swaziland Youth Congress and the Swaziland Democracy Campaign condemns the arrest comrade Sifiso Mabuza, the former Deputy President of the Swaziland Youth Congress (SWAYOCO). The arrest followed a recent police raid where more than 30 policemen dressed in civilian clothes raided his […]
  • African Union agrees to try Ramodibedi – Swazi Observer, 28 September

    The Law Society of Swaziland has scored victory in its attempt to have the Chief Justice Michael Ramodibedi tried by the African Commission on Human and People’s Rights – a body of the African Union tasked with promoting and protecting human and people’s rights in the African continent. Through a correspondence dated August 28, 2014, […]
  • SWAYOCO Statement on the Global Week of ACTION

    We the Swaziland Youth Congress (SWAYOCO) join the Swazi people and the world in the 4th Global Week of Action as led by the Swaziland United Democratic Front, through its Campaign wing the Swaziland Democracy Campaign (SDC) in calling for a democratic Swaziland. As we engage the Global Week of Action Swaziland in crisis.
  • President Mario has fallen terribly Ill due to horrible prison conditions

    The People’s United Democratic Movement’s (PUDEMO) President Mario Masuku has fallen critically ill at His Majesty’s Correctional Services at the Zakhele Remand Centre. He is suffering from pneumonia due to a combination of various horrible conditions he has been exposed to. He has grown physically weak, pale, lost weight and has lost part of his eyesight. […]
  • Letter to Obama

    President Barack Hussein Obama President of the United States of America The White House Washington D.C. U.S.A. June 12, 2014 Dear Mr. President: Re: Appeal for support from the American Government and the great people of the United States of America 1. Mr. President, greetings from jail cell No. Room D4 of His Majesty’s Correctional […]
  • US Presidential Proclamation – AGOA and Swaziland

    TO TAKE CERTAIN ACTIONS UNDER THE AFRICAN GROWTH AND OPPORTUNITY ACT AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES – – – – – – – BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION In Proclamation 8468 of December 23, 2009, I determined that the Republic of Madagascar (Madagascar) was not making continual progress in meeting […]