Police said 37 people have died since the violent anti-monarchy protests first flared, fuelled by discontent over living conditions and lack of political freedom in the tiny southern African kingdom of Eswatini
Eswatini has been rocked by demonstrations that broke out in June and have prompted authorities to deploy the army and cut off internet.
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Eswatini protests: Nurses refuse to treat police, claim authorities shot their colleaguesNurses in eSwatini are refusing to treat police officers as they have accused the authorities of shooting their colleagues during pro-democracy rallies that have rocked the southern African country. Good Good riddance good work ! otherwise mayo in the drip sacks will work faster !
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Miss SA says it won't 'get involved in political war of words' as calls grow to boycott Miss Universe in Israel | ChannelThe Miss South African Organisation has released a statement in response to Zwelivelile Mandla Mandela's call on African countries to boycott the Miss Universe competition, to be held in Israel in December.
Former Miss Iraq calls out Mandla Mandela's appeal for African countries to withdraw from Miss Universe | ChannelIn a video posted on Instagram and Twitter, former Miss Iraq, Sarah Abdali Idan, addressed Mandla Mandela and his call for African countries to boycott the Miss Universe competition, which will be held in Israel in December.
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