Food for votes poisons democracy

Phakama Shili, advocacy officer at Swaziland’s Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA-Swaziland), writes a weekly column, ‘Constitutionally Speaking’, about human rights and democracy for the daily newspaper Swazi Observer.  The article below appeared in the Swazi Observer on May 30 2013. You will find all of Phakama’s ‘Constitutionally Speaking’  articles when you click here.  It is an honourContinue reading “Food for votes poisons democracy”

Sight no barrier to rights: Constitution now available in braille

MISA-Swaziland Alert 24 May 2013  Blind and visually impaired people can now read the constitution after a braille version of the national document was released last Tuesday, May 14 2013, according to reports in the Swazi Observer on Wednesday 15 May, 2013. Thirty copies of the new brailed constitution were handed over to the associationContinue reading “Sight no barrier to rights: Constitution now available in braille”