Magic found under football pitch as journalist beaten by fans in Swaziland

MISA-Swaziland Alert Tuesday 26 November, 2013 The Times of Swaziland, in its daily poll, has asked readers if they “think the use of muti by a football team helps their players of hinders them”? Muti is a traditional term used in parts of southern Africa. It can be loosely translated to mean “traditional medicine” andContinue reading “Magic found under football pitch as journalist beaten by fans in Swaziland”

Good healthcare an arm’s length away? The diagnosis on Swazi hospitals

MISA-Swaziland e-Forum article November 26, 2013 Georgina-Kate Adams is a British writer and founder of The Seed Africa, a crowdfunding NGO helping to educate girls. She is currently living in Swaziland, where, among other things, she encountered the country’s healthcare system. What can be said of a medical system where you are prescribed drugs without diagnosis?Continue reading “Good healthcare an arm’s length away? The diagnosis on Swazi hospitals”