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Articles by Peter Kenworthy

Swazi activist tortured and left sentenced to 15 years under repressive terror laws

Where is the support for Zonke Dlamini, asks his co-accused, Bheki Dlamini, who was released without charge. By Peter Kenworthy.

  • March 3, 2017
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'King, not parliament, should be the target of Swazi protests’

The recent criticism of the Swazi government from many Swazis is misplaced. They should be blaming the country’s absolute monarch, says exiled political activist Sonkhe Dube. Peter Kenworthy reports.

  • September 13, 2016
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Swazi media workers protest conditions at king’s newspaper

Higher pay, union membership, nepotism, and more, are at the center of the struggle, reports Peter Kenworthy.

  • August 22, 2016
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Royal greed and oppression sold as culture in Swaziland

The country’s king passes suppression, unaccountability and opulent spending as traditionally ‘Swazi’ values. Peter Kenworthy reports.

  • August 3, 2016
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Culture of the heart: from China to the West

A great-grandfather’s autobiographical account reveals a window into the past and present, writes Peter Kenworthy.

  • July 21, 2016
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Former Danish PM didn’t save the children

The new head of Save the Children will be remembered as a hard-liner on immigration, writes Peter Kenworthy.

  • February 9, 2016
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A heart that never dies: Swaziland’s democratic struggle

A new documentary tells the story of the fight for social justice in the sub-Saharan country, writes Peter Kenworthy.

  • July 13, 2015
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