An A-Z of African Studies on the Internet 

Part S5 

South African-Swazi

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South African Association of Public Administration and Management (SAAPAM)

South African Bibliographic & Information Network (SABINET)

South African Broadcasting Corporation

South African Communist Party, Home Page

logo reproduced with kind permission of SACP

South African Constitutional Assembly, including Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 8 May 1996 and Amended Text of the Constitution (11 October 1996)

South African Council of Churches Official site of South African Council of Churches (SACC)

South African Democratic Teachers' Union includes Educator's Voice newspaper.

South African Geographical Journal=Die Suid-Afrikaanse Geografiese Tydskrif

South African Government's Web Site

South African History Archive Trust (SAHA) is a community archive which strives to recapture our lost and neglected history and record history in the making

South African Immigration Law [listserv] SAIMMIG@WWWSERVER.LAW.WITS.AC.ZA

South African Institute of Race Relations is a liberal, non-profit making research organisation.

South African Internet Directory includes: Business, Leisure, Property, Sport Directories


SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC HISTORYincludes some full-text articles

South African Journal of Economics The Economic Society of South Africa (ESSA)

South African Journal on Human Rights

South African Military History Society web site

South African Municipal Workers Union (SAMWU) , includes Documents and Resolutions and its journal, Workers' News'

South African National Gallery

South African National NGO Coalition (SANGOCO) "formed in August 1995 to coordinates NGO input into the Reconstruction and Development Programme. It consists of provincial and sectoral affiliates, working in a wide range of development fields including land, health, urban and rural development."

South African Research Archival Project (SARAP), Howard University, with University of Fort Hare. "identifies, inventories, and facilitates access to archival collections that demonstrate linkages between Americans and South Africans, principally African Americans, during the anti-apartheid movement. Includes collections (and a video and some full-text): African National Congress United Nations Mission Records * African National Congress Washington, D.C. Mission Records * Pan Africanist Congress United Nations Mission Records * Records of the House sub-Committee on Africa in the Charles C. Diggs Papers * Southern Africa Support Project Collection * Southern African References in the American Society of African Culture Collection."


South African Universities Vice-Chancellors Association (SAUVCA) Includes full-text publications.

South African Voices (University of Wisconsin) "researched and brought together by Professor Harold Scheub. Drawing on his fieldwork beginning in the late 1960s, this set of works explores the histories, oral storytelling traditions, and poems" in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Swaziland.


South African War, 1898-1902


Articles in The Mail & Guardian,1999

·         JOHN MATSHIKIZA 'It was a white man's war ' October 18 1999

·         ANTJIE KROG 'A hundred years of attitude' Oct 11 1999

·         STEPHEN GRAY 'Oom Paul: Pretoria's greatest tourist attraction' October 11 1999

·         Giles Foden 'The first mass media war' Oct 7 1999

·         Iain R Smith ‘Making up history as we go along’ Mail & Guardian Nov. 10 1999

BBC Radio retrospective on the Anglo-Boer war, 1899-1902

South African War [1899-1902] Library is a virtual library and contains research data

The TIMES MAP of SOUTH AFRICA, 1900 Source: Times History of the War in South Africa 1899-1900 ed. L.S. Amery, London, 1900.

South Africa's Struggle for Democracy: Anti-apartheid periodicals, 1950-1994  40 full-text periodical titles selected "with a view to presenting not only a wide spectrum of political views ..., but also a diversity of subjects such as trade unions, religion, health, culture, and gender. Publications reflecting both black and white viewpoints are included, and an attempt has been made to represent distinctive regional variations." Part of the DISA Project. High quality searchability.


South West Africa People's Organisation(SWAPO)--Archives


The South West Africa People's Organisation 1961- 1991: a guide to archival resources and special collections in the Western Cape, South Africa by Sarah Sadie Wilcox. Occasional e-publications series Number 1.


Southern Africa

Southern Africa--History--Archives


University of York (UK) Borthwick Institute, Southern African Archives (brief description only) includes papers of Patrick Duncan, Rev. William Grenfell and Archbishop Joot de Blank) and institutions such as government reports, companies and trade unions. For further details, see T. Lodge (comp.), A guide to the Southern African Archive in the University of York (1979)

Southern Africa--Migration


SAIMMIG.CALS - Southern African Migration Discussion Group  Discussion email list started by Jonathan Klaaren, while at the Centre for Applied Legal Studies, Univ. of the Witwatersrand, on legal and policy issues related to Southern African migration/immigration. To 
subscribe send email to:
In the message area put: subscribe saimmig.cals 
Or send email to:

Southern African Migration Project

Southern Africa Political & Economic Monthly (SAPEM) and Southern Africa Political & Economic Series Trust (SAPES) or

Southern Africa--Political alliances 

"Alliance Strengthened or Diminished? Relationships between Labor & African Nationalist/Liberation Movements in Southern Africa" a paper, 1992.


"The Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit (SALDRU). SALDRU: conducts research directed at improving the well-being of South Africa's poor. It was established in 1975." includes survey data, Working Papers, etc


Southern Africa Report, Toronto

Southern Africa Report Archive published by the Toronto Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa (TCLSAC), later Toronto Committee for Links between Southern Africa and Canada (TCLSAC) has issues 1992-2000 online
"SAR writers (scholars and activists) from Africa, North America. and Europe covered all countries in the region: - South Africa, Mozambique, Angola, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland, Malawi, Zambia, Tanzania and Congo (Zaire). ... Emphasis was on the first five countries.... Posted here ... is the full text of all articles published during the last eight years of the magazine - from Volume 8 Number 1 (July 1992) to Volume 15 Number 4 (October 2000) - with ... contents page ...and ... search engine facilities. In addition, three indexes (author, country, subject) produced in 1996 — covering Volume 1 Number 1 to Volume 11 Number 1 (June 1985 to November 1995) ... Unfortunately, none of the quality visual images ... are available..."

Southern Africa Communications For Development (SACOD) "a coalition of Southern Africa filmmakers and organisations in related services whose primary focus is the production and distribution of social responsibility films and videos that contribute to democracy, peace, popular partcipation, race and gender equality, development and cultural identity."


Southern African Development Community (SADC) see also:

The Southern African Development, Culture, and Communication Network (SADECCON) is is a consortium, co-ordinated by the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC, Pretoria). It has its own electronic discussion network, DECCO-N. To subscribe and receive the SADECCON Newsletter, send mail to: with the following: SUBSCRIBE DECCO-N
DECCO Web site:

The Southern African Journal of Demography. selected full-text articles, 1987-2004"currently located at the Centre for Actuarial Research, and edited by Prof Rob Dorrington and Dr Tom A Moultrie." (2005)

Southern African Regional Poverty Network
"The purpose of SARPN: To provide a facility for raising the level and quality of public debate on poverty across the Southern African Development Community"


Southern African Research & Documentation Centre (SARDC): SARDC@MANGO.ZW

Southern African Review of Books

Soweto (South Africa)


SAHO Special Project on Soweto


The Soweto Uprising : extract from The Road To Democracy' in South Africa Volume 2 [1970 - 1980]) Published with permission of UNISA Press ). Also includes biographies, chronology, gallery.


Soyinka, Wole--Bibliography


Wole Soyinka: Bibliography and Criticial tecxts (Stanford)


Soyinka, Wole --works by


"Author Outlines Africa's Agony,"
Electric Times Union (March 6, 1997)

Black Writers Reading Series: Wole Soyinka Wole Soyinka, author, 1986 Nobel Laureate. Audio| Modem Video | Broadband Video. Harvard/Du Bois Institute Recorded: April 21, 2003 Adolphus Busch Hall, Harvard University

The Burden of Memory: The Muse of Forgiveness, Excerpt from Chapter One(Oxford University Press)

[excerpts from texts] (Stanford University)

"Globalization and Diversity - Conflict or Harmony?," February 2, 1999Wake Forest University Founders' Day Convocation Address, North Carolina.

"A Nation's Season of Deadly Farce" (United Democratic Front of Nigeria. Statement entered at the Congressional International Relations SubCommittee on Africa Hearing on Nigeria, September 18, 1997).

"Nigerian 'doublespeak'" (by Wole Soyinka)
Electronic Mail and Guardian (South Africa, July 15, 1997).

"Nigeria's Great Charade" (July 18, 1997)

"The rot in Nigeria" Mail and Guardian March 21, 1997)

"This Past Must Address Its Present," Nobel lecture, December 8, 1986.Institut International du Theatre, Paris

see also "Presentation Speech by Professor Lars Gyllensten, of the Swedish Academy"

"Redesigning a Nation"Wole Soyinka's first lecture in Nigeria Mail and Guardian, October 28, 1988

"Towards a Sustainable Vision of Nigeria":


Wole Soyinka (Stanford University) interviews


On writing...
On reading and influences...
On the theatre...
On imprisonment...
On his exile from Nigeria...
On the mythic figure Ogun...
On the university system...
On return-to-Africa movements...
On Eurocentrist thought...
On Christian philosophy...
On the effects of social upheaval...

Nigeria ist ein Pulverfaß - Interview mit SoyinkaAngelika Burkhard

"Take a stand, Mandela!," Interview by Bartholom†us Grill

Wole Soyinka – Banquet Speech Wole Soyinka's speech at the Nobel Banquet, December 10, 1986

Wole Soyinka in New York State Writers Institute, Writers Online: Exploring the Past to Explain the Present series, Volume 1, No. 3 (Spring 1997), 27-28

'Why I Am a Secular Humanist'by Norm R. Allen, Jr., Executive Director of African-Americans for Humanism
Free Inquiry Magazine, Volume 17, Number 4 (1997)

"Writing, Theatre Arts, and Political Activism: Conversations with Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka" by Harry Krelski, Institute of International Studies, Berkeley, 1998 (includes video).


Soyinka, Wole--About

Africa Society Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka

The Africa Society's Profile of Wole Soyinka (1999)

"The colonized present," Review of The Open Sore of a Continent: A Personal Narrative of the Nigerian Crisis (Oxford, 1996)

"A Dramatic Life" by John D. Thomas, Emory Magazine 1996

Internet Nobel Prize Archive: Soyinka

"Nigerian Nobel Prize-Winner Uses Pen and Voice to Campaign for Democracy"
The Boston Globe (November 21, 1993)

[Notes, links from Ingrid Kerkhoff's 'Postcolonial African Literatures in English'

TenEyck Set Design Studio-Death & the King's Horseman[colour set illustrations]

"Treason Charges Against Soyinka and Others"
Human Rights Watch/Africa (13 March 1997)

Wole Soyinka (1934- ) University of Flordia Library.

Wole Soyinka (Berkeley University, 1998)
Stanford S. Elberg Lecturer

Wole Soyinka – Biography (Nobel Prize biography)


Wole Soyinka [notes from New York State Writers Institue, and link to interview of PBS interview]

Wole Soyinka Page (George Landow, Brown U. [postcolonial pages])

Wole Soyinka Study Guide (Paul Brians, Washington State U.)

Wole Soyinka (University of Florida)very brief notes

SpectraLinks: Internet Guide for African Americans. This site includes several links to African Studies.  

Sport--South Africa

"Embodied Identities: Sport and Race in South Africa" by Douglas Booth and John Nauright in Contours A Journal of the African Diaspora Spring 2003 Vol. 1 No. 1 pp. 16-36
Standing Conference on Library Materials on Africa (SCOLMA)  

Stanley, Henry Morton 

"Is he not in Congo-land?" Excerpts from writings of
nineteenth-century explorer Henry Morton Stanley From Through the Dark Continent (1878):

Star (Johannesburg)


Stremlau, John & Helen Zille A House No Longer Divided: Progress and Prospects for Democratic Peace in South Africa (Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict 1997)

"The Story of Africa" [BBC]


A well-resources series backed by prominet historians. Includes good audio Sections cover:
AFRICA & EUROPE (1800-1914)

Structural Adjustment Program (Structural Adjustment in Africa and Asia Bulletin Board)

Paul Sturges and Richard Neill, The Quiet Struggle: Information and Libraries for the People of Africa. (1998 edition)

 Sud Quotidien (Online) -- Dakar: daily electronic edition of the newspaper.




ARCHAEOLOGY IN SUDAN brief background, with illustrations.



Sudan Archive, Durham University Library, UK. A detailed description of the collection. 'contains official, semi-official and private papers which document in considerable detail the Sudan under Mahdist and Condominium rule for the period 1883-1956, with some material from the post-independence period.'

Sudan: a Country Study. (Online) Area handbook. (Washington: Library of Congress, 1991) E-version of the handbook - history, geography, economy, society & culture


M. W. Daly, Sudan (RevisedEdition) Clio Press [full-text]




In Arabic.
In English



World Bank Sudan pages

Sudan--Description and travel

Lonely Planet pages

Sudan Foundation Web Page. The aim of the Foundation "is to further good relations between the British and Sudanese peoples, and to provide comprehensive information about the political,economic, social and religious situation in Sudan."





A Colonial Servant: Al-Salawi and the Sudan, R.S. O'Fahey (33-42) in Sudanic Africa Volume 12, 2001,(full-text)

Selected Conference Papers: International Sudan Studies Association

Sudanic Africa is an academic electronic journal with useful book references.



Australians the Sudan 1885 (Excerpts from the book, The Rehearsal by K.S. Inglis, 1985)


Summary Guide to Sudan Archive Durham University Library



Timeline: Sudan A chronology of key events: (BBC)


Documents on Egypt/Sudan [compiled by Neil Parsons, 1999]

Sudan--Human Rights


Amnesty International

[UK] GOVERNMENT'S RESPONSE TO INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE'S SEVENTH REPORT OF 1997-98: SUDAN Memorandum from Secretary of State for International Development

Sudan Advisory Council on Human Rights

US State Department Human Rights Report on Sudan




'The Nuba Mountains: Who Spoke What in 1976?' by Herman Bell (Sudanic Africa Text and sources archive: 1)


ASSR Sudan pages (Arab Social Sciencve Research) "ASSR is the network engine of the Arab Institute for Studies and Communication (AISC). Founded in 1998, by a group of senior Arab social scientists" Sudan Resources : laws, elections, energy, government, News and Media , political parties .

"Sudan Page" (U. Penn) Editor: Dr. Ali B. Ali-Dinar, Ph.D.


The Writings of the Sudanese Tijani Shaykh Ibrahim Sidi (1949-1999), by Rüdiger Seesemann (107-124) full-text in Sudanic Africa Volume 11, 2000


Sudan Monthly Report (Sudanese Catholic Information Office)

Sudan Net (includes: News; Sudan History; Statistics on Sudan; Peoples...)

Sudan--News and newspapers 

Akhbar al-Youm (pro-government), Khartoum


Ar-Rai' Al-Aaam .

Al-Midan (Communist Party, monthly), Khartoum

News and Press Releases Embassy of the Republic of Sudan in Canada.

Sudan News and Views, 1-28 (On-line Newsletter)

Sudan Tribune

 Sudanese & Arabic Newstand links to 6 newspaper


World Press Review--Sudan

Sudan--Political parties


ASSR - Country Index: Sudan: Political Parties links

Communist Party of Sudan

"Major Sudanese Political Parties" article from Sudan.Net

National Democratic Alliance


SPLM Today " the official web site of the SPLM/A"
"Who's Who: Sudan People's Liberation Army/Movement SPLA/M - Sudan People's Liberation Army/Movement"

Umma Party

Sudan--Politics and government


INCORE Regional Internet Guides-Sudan


Selected Conference Papers : International Sudan Studies Association

South Sudan Online: ReliefWeb (US Dept of State)

Sudan Foundation



Community Aid Abroad

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) 
Provides regular reports and maps on the refugee situation in the Sudan.

World Vision Crisis Alert: Sudan  



Sudan, South. 


Free South Sudan Homepage


South Sudan Online Home Page. Developed by the US Department of State as a benefit to International Organizations  interested in humanitarian relief.

Southern Sudan Problem and the Prospects of Peace by the Sudan Foundation,


Sudan Web Page (The Center for Middle Eastern Studies, University of Texas, Austin)

Sudanic Africa is an academic electronic journal with useful book references.

SudLangues (Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines de l'Université Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar). full-text e-journal on languages


SUNUGAAL - see under "Senegal" 

Sustainable Development


UN-ECA/SDD Regional Page "Sustainable Development Division (SDD) endeavors to serve Africa better to achieve food security and sustainable development "


Sustainable Development--Central Africa


RIDDAC: Information Network on Sustainable Development in Central Africa Réseau d'Information sur le Développement Durable en Afrique Centrale (RIDDAC) Includes full-text documents. Based in Yaoundé Cameroun. Includes Le forum sur les forêts du Bassin du Congo (

Swahili (kiSwahili)




Archives of Popular Swahili  'an electronic archive of spoken and written Popular Swahili texts. '


Swahili Manuscripts Project "The library of the School of Oriental and African Studies holds the largest public collection of Swahili manuscripts in Britain....The Swahili Manuscripts Project aims to create a comprehensive catalogue of the SOAS manuscripts, thus enabling researchers and more general readers to make focused and, it is hoped, greater use of an illuminating collection". Includes samples: "Swahili Manuscripts Project AUDIO & MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION From these pages you can view images of the manuscript, page by page, and also listen to Shaikh Yahya Ali Omar reciting the manuscript."



Popular Swahili Texts in Books and Articles: 
An annotated bibliography [ANNOTATED; CONGO] (June 2000)  by Vincent A. de Rooij

Swahili Forum 10 (2003) has a useful A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SWAHILI LITERATURE, LINGUISTICS, CULTURE AND HISTORY Compiled by Thomas Geider

Swahili--Congo (Shaba Swahili)--Bibliography


Popular Swahili Texts in Books and Articles: An annotated bibliography (June 2000)  by Vincent A. de Rooij

Publications containing lexical and/or textual material in Shaba Swahili by Johannes Fabian



Journal of Language and Popular Culture in Africa


Swahili Forum "Swahili Forum invites scholars and writers to submit papers on all aspects of Swahili language, culture and society aswell as book reviews pertaining to these topics. Papers and reviews will be published in Swahili, English, French and German." No.10 onwards is/will be online.




English to Swahili Dictionary Brief guide, from

The Kamusi Project: The Internet Living Swahili Dictionary "Welcome to the free online swahili dictionary /kamusi. This swahili dictionary is based on theTanzanian Swahili."

Kanga Writings

Kipacha, Ahmad. "Kingome-English lexicon" in Swahili Forum, v 11, p 179-209.

Sarah Hillewaert, Gilles-Maurice de Schryver Kiswahili (Swahili) - English dictionary.


"Languages of Tanzania" "This is the web-appendix to The languages of Tanzania: a bibliography (publ. in the series Orientalia et africana gothoburgensia, v 17, 2002), compiled by Jouni Filip Maho (Göteborg) & Bonny Sands (Flagstaff AZ)."

Noun Classification in Swahili by Ellen Contini-Morava Department of Anthropology/Program in Linguistics University of Virginia

"Swahili (G40) resources" (in Web Resources for African Languages)

Swahili English dictionary.




A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE SWAHILI LANGUAGE (by Hassan O. Ali; revised by Abdurahman Juma)






Swahili Literature


Archives of Popular Swahili  'an electronic archive of spoken and written Popular Swahili texts. '

Jan Blommaert 'The impact of state ideology on language: Ujamaa & Swahili literature in Tanzania' in B. Smieja & M. Tasch (eds.) Human contact through language and linguistics (in honour of René Dirven): p.253-70 Frankfurt: Lang 1997

Jan Blommaert 'English in a Swahili popular novel' in Johan Van der Auwera et. al (Eds. 1998) English as a living language:  essays in honour of Louis Goossens. Munich: LINCOM [full text]

Swahili Manuscripts Project "The library of the School of Oriental and African Studies holds the largest public collection of Swahili manuscripts in Britain....The Swahili Manuscripts Project aims to create a comprehensive catalogue of the SOAS manuscripts, thus enabling researchers and more general readers to make focused and, it is hoped, greater use of an illuminating collection". Includes samples: "Swahili Manuscripts Project AUDIO & MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION From these pages you can view images of the manuscript, page by page, and also listen to Shaikh Yahya Ali Omar reciting the manuscript."

Swahili--News and Newspapers



An-nuur (Gazeti la Kiislamu la kila wiki - Tanzania) weekly Islamic magazine

BBC Swahili


Kasheshe Online

Kiongozi (Tanzania)


Majira (daily, Tanzania)  

Michezo na Burudani

Nipashe / Nipashe Jumapili

Swahili News

Swahili Radio (live)

:Sauti ya Injili

Radio Free Africa

East Africa FM

Radio One Stereo



Mkuki na Nyota Publishers (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania)


Swahili--Search engines


Google kiswahili


Swahili Studies: a Working Bibliography, Compiler Kelly M. Askew, Indiana University



Institute of Kiswahili Research=Taasisi ya Uchunguzi wa Kiswahili, Chuo Kikuu cha Dar es Salaam =



Swahili Women--Biography


THREE SWAHILI WOMEN: LIFE HISTORIES FROM MOMBASA,KENYA EDITED translated by Sarah Mirza & Margaret Strobel (Indiana University Press, 1989)



SWAPO (South West Africa People's Organisation)--Archives


The South West Africa People's Organisation 1961- 1991: a guide to archival resources and special collections in the Western Cape, South Africa by Sarah Sadie Wilcox. Occasional e-publications series Number 1.




[general sites]

Swaziland (Africa South of the Sahara, Stanford University)

Swaziland (Norwegian Council for Africa)


Swaziland (University of Swaziland)



MBABANE into the MILLENNIUM: the story of a city by Christina Forsyth Thompson. Published Mbabane 1999

Swaziland--Economic conditions

Swaziland Business Year Book (annual): latest is 2006:

Swaziland Industrial Development Company

Swaziland Sugar Association (SSA) Includes publications.

Tibiyo Taka Ngwane (organization)


Swaziland Federation of Trade Unions 

Swaziland Federation of Trade Unions: Solidarity with the struggle of the SFTU (Cosatu)

"History of Swaziland" (series of articles, 1995-1996)



World History Archive: History of Swaziland "History of Swaziland" (series of articles, 1995-1996: Swaziland labor protests By Chris Lowe. 2 July, 1995. General strike Associated Press. 24 January, 1996. Second day of nation-wide strike in demand of democratic reforms. Labor unions are calling on King Mswati III's government to legalize political parties banned since 1972. COSATU meeting with Swazi Union postponed Tindzaba/News. 6 February, 1996. Swaziland trade union leader granted bail Tindzaba/News. 7 February, 1996. Jabulani Nxumalo, assistant secretary-general of the Swaziland Federation of Trade Unions. Stop granting Swazi citizenship to foreigners, says prince Tindzaba/News. 9 February, 1996. Manzini regional administrator Prince Gabheni Dlamini says Swazi trade unions now led by foreigners. Leading newspaper condemns South African interference Tindzaba/News. 11 February, 1966. ANC, SACP, SATU etc. criticized for involvement in Swaziland's constitutional and labor problems. King Sobhuza II proscribed all political parties in 1973 when he suspended the constitution. But there is a hint King Mswati will restore the 1968 constitution. Swaziland King begins constitutional reform process Tindzaba/News. 7 March, 1996. Pro-democracy groups form alliance in Swaziland Tindzaba/News. 9 March, 1996. Swaziland's opposition party changes executive Tindzaba/News. 10 March, 1996. Swazi king and labor leaders share platform at prayer rally Tindzaba/News. 10 March, 1996. Tindzaba/News Extracts from issues of March 16 & 17, 1996, re constitutional reform. Civil servants, teachers reject E91M package Summary of Times of Swaziland article, 13 June, 1996. Swazi unionists charged Statement from PUDEMO International Office. 22 March, 1996. Also two press reports. Pudemo and the Constitutional Review Commission From Timothy Dauth. 31 July, 1996. Labor movement triumphs over government )

Sandile Sydwell Simelane, 'Politics in the Swazi State, 1968-1992: Hegemony and Contest,' Masters Research Thesis in Cultural and Media Studies, 1995


Swaziland--Human Rights


"Swaziland" (Irin: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs)


Swaziland--Industrial relations--Legislation 

The Industrial Relations Act, 2000



World History Archive: History of Swaziland [articles] [articles on labour]


» Industrial Relations Bill with SNC amendments
» The Deeds Registry (Amendment) Decree, 1988



Includes description, and some excerpts, from short stories, plays and novels (in English at this stage)

Swaziland - News and Newspapers 


Guardian of Swaziland

Swazi Media Commentary (Blog)

The Swazi News ('
News of Swaziland from the worlds press')

Swazi News
Swazi Observer

Weekend Observer


Swaziland Today: An Official Voice of the Swaziland government

Swaziland Top News (AllAfric 

Times of Swaziland

Weekend Observer



Sandile Sydwell Simelane, 'Politics and the Press: A Case Study of the Times of 
Swaziland and the Swazi Observer; 1992-94' Master Research Thesis in Cultural and Media Studies, Centre for Cultural and Media Studies, Durban [FULL-TEXT]

Swaziland on the Internet

Swaziland Page has sections on Swazi history, monarchs, economy etc  and is available in English and SiSwati versions


PUDEMO The People’s United Democratic Movement (PUDEMO) "a political movement committed to the creation, protection and promotion of a constitutional multi-party democracy, a transparent and accountable government, an environment conducive to the economic growth and empowerment and the development of a culturally vibrant and tolerant society, based on maximum participation and the respect of the will of the people."


Swaziland Solidarity Network Canada "This site is a collection of articles and documents which focus on the political, social and economic issues in Swaziland. As Canadians, we are hoping to increase public awareness of the oppressive government of King Mswati III and to demand that our government actively supports democracy in this corrupt kingdom."

Swaziland Solidarity Network Canada "This site is a collection of articles and documents which focus on the political, social and economic issues in Swaziland. As Canadians, we are hoping to increase public awareness of the oppressive government of King Mswati III and to demand that our government actively supports democracy in this corrupt kingdom."



The full text of the speech of Dr. Barnabas Dlamini to Parliament as Prime Minister


'Saiziland' (in French) Atlas universalis (texts by Dominique Darbon)

Swaziland Business Year Book: A Commercial Guide 2002

UNCTAD country fact sheet; Swaziland


"Swaziland on the NET" has links to News, Culture, Arts, Economy, Labour, Education, Government etc. News section is a very useful "compilation, originating from the very popular "ToS" by Rex Brown to he discussion group Swazi-Net

Swaziland Weekend Observer (Online). -- Current issues

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