MISA-Swaziland is pleased to introduce its e-Forum, where we will publish stories and statements from civil society groups and NGOs. MISA-Swaziland may also from time to time cover events and write articles that will appear in the e-Forum.

Click here to be re-directed to the page with e-Forum stories and articles…

There is a concern that some stories on civil society and the NGO sector do not get published in the mainstream media; that is, in the two daily newspapers and the state-controlled radio and TV broadcasters.

This forum is aimed at offering space to civil society members and NGOs to disseminate information. We are also open to posting information and statements from government, or anyone else who wishes to get his or her message across. This is done in the name of free speech, right of reply, and media freedom.

In short, this initiative compliments MISA-Swaziland’s mission to promote Access to Information.

Send your articles, statements, or details of upcoming evenets to misaeforum@gmail.com

If you do send us articles and statements, keep them short and, where possible, write in plain and readable language.

MISA reserves the right not to publish certain material. And MISA does not necessarily endorse all information posted in this e-Forum.

People’s and organisations’ articles, statements, opinions, etc., that appear on MISA-Swaziland’s e-Forum are responsible for their own reporting and views.

This initiative is in its introductory phase. In time, MISA-Swaziland may decide upgrade this service.

Click here to see e-Forum stories and statements that have been posted so far…

And click here to read about media censorship in Swaziland

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