MISA welcomes police apology, calls for more openness between media and police
Media Alert / Statement

MISA welcomes police apology, calls for more openness between media and police

MISA-Swaziland Statement October 3 2013 In the wake of police attacks on working journalists, MISA Swaziland jointly with the Swaziland Editors Forum (SEF) on Monday met National Police Commissioner, Isaac Magagula, at the Royal Swaziland Police Headquarters. Times of Swaziland reporter Sisho Magagula was manhandled and had his pictures deleted from the company camera at … Continue reading

MISA Statement on Police Harassment in Swaziland
Media Alert / Statement

MISA Statement on Police Harassment in Swaziland

MISA-Swaziland Statement October 3 2013 Following the unwarranted police attacks on print media journalists in their line of duty, MISA Swaziland condemns these continued acts of media freedom violation. Two weeks ago, a Hlathikhulu Police Station desk officer manhandled Times of Swaziland reporter, Sisho Magagula, and deleted pictures from his camera while he was on … Continue reading

Thoughts on media freedom under Swaziland’s ‘monarchical democracy’
IFEX / Media Alert

Thoughts on media freedom under Swaziland’s ‘monarchical democracy’

The following IFEX (International Freedom of Expression Exchange) article by Caro Rolando was posted online at http://www.ifex.org on October 2 2013. Rolando is IFEX Editor for Africa, Europe and Central Asia. Swaziland is a country that many people know little about. The small, landlocked nation is too-often reduced by international media to being home to … Continue reading