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Eswatini's troubles deserve more than platitudes from its powerful neighbour

11 July 2021 - 00:00 By barney mthombothi

Relative calm is returning to Eswatini, which, for the past few weeks, has seen unprecedented violence that brought the country to a complete standstill as angry demonstrators, unhappy with the autocratic rule of King Mswati, went on the rampage, setting fire to government buildings and looting private businesses...

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