Censorship in Swaziland’s Media, 2006

There is a long history of censorship of the media in Swaziland. Some of this censorship we know about because it has become public in some way. But there is suspicion that a lot of censorship is taking place that we do not know about. There have been unsubstantiated reports about the existence of censorship,Continue reading “Censorship in Swaziland’s Media, 2006”

Swazi Journalism and the ‘Muslim Threat’, 2008

This paper reports the findings of a research project undertaken in Swaziland, a small kingdom in southern Africa, that analyses the way in which the press frames Muslims and Islam as a threat to the state and to ordinary people. It begins by analysing three recent stories regarding Muslims: The perception that Muslims were toContinue reading “Swazi Journalism and the ‘Muslim Threat’, 2008”