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Charles III and future of the UK monarchyThe new king has long made it clear ...

Deccan Herald 10 Sep 2022
These include Oman, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Eswatini (formerly known as Swaziland and Brunei, which have monarchs who dominate the political life of their kingdoms ... To some extent, this has already happened with the withdrawal of Prince Harry and Prince Andrew from public life.
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Charles III and the future of the UK monarchy: looking abroad for clues

The Conversation 09 Sep 2022
These include Oman, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Eswatini (formerly known as Swaziland and Brunei, which have monarchs who dominate the political life of their kingdoms ... To some extent, this has already happened with the withdrawal of Prince Harry and Prince Andrew from public life.
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Katie Price says she made suicide attempt after being raped at gunpoint

The News International 07 Sep 2022
The model was with her children and a film crew when they were ambushed by the assaulters as they drove from Johannesburg to Swaziland in two people carriers while filming her ITV reality series My Crazy Life.
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The struggling Communist Party of Swaziland needs international solidarity

People's World 27 Jul 2022
Life expectancy in Swaziland, in southern Africa, is the world’s seventh lowest; its HIV/AIDS prevalence is the world’s highest, at 26% ... Swaziland is an autocracy headed by a king, and it’s social and economic indicators show that the people are suffering under royal rule ... Swaziland is the only African country that recognizes Taiwan diplomatically.
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The 1976 Generation is brought into vivid relief

Mail Guardian South Africa 16 Jun 2022
Mbatha went to Swaziland first and later to Tanzania, while others went to Botswana and Swaziland. The distance — not only geographically but psychologically and emotionally — between life at home and life in exile was a constant nagging distraction.
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Communist Party of Swaziland pays tribute to South African internationalist Amos Mbedzi

Independent online (SA) 07 Jun 2022
Cape Town - The Communist Party of Swaziland (CPS) has sent its condolences to South African internationalist Amos Mbulaheni Mbedzi (57) who passed away this morning ... He was a member of the SACP, Swaziland Solidarity Network, and former member of the uMkhonto WeSizwe. “Comrade Amos Mbedzi gave his life serving the people of Swaziland.”.
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Beyond Fear review: What does it take to become a revolutionary?

Mail Guardian South Africa 13 May 2022
After his release from jail in 1979, Ebie became the head of the ANC’s Political Military Committee in Swaziland. The power of the book lies in its vivid account of the inner life of someone who shaped the struggle for freedom, democracy and justice in South Africa ... “I have grappled with this my whole life,” he says.
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OU to host Rev. Notombi Naomi Tutu for Women’s History Month

The Athens News 15 Mar 2022
The third child of Desmond Tutu, a South African Anglican bishop known for his work as an anti-apartheid and human rights activist, and Nomalizo Leah Tutu, Naomi Tutu has dedicated her life and work to being an activist for human rights, specifically an activist and educator on race and gender, as well as an ordained reverend, a release said.
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Jama Mahlalela, underrated key to Warriors' success, shaped by life in Africa

Marietta Daily Journal 30 Dec 2021
Dec. 29Jama Mahlalela was 12 years old when he left his comfortable life in Toronto and moved with his mother to Swaziland — a tiny, landlocked nation in southern Africa where a third of the population lived in extreme poverty ... .
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Tutu’s daughter recalls ‘proudest moment’ when he saved man from angry mob

Business Day 29 Dec 2021
As South Africans celebrate the life of ... Nontombi, 61, a reverend herself and who bears a striking resemblance to her larger-than-life father, also fondly remembered family road trips from Alice in the Eastern Cape to Swaziland where she and her three siblings attended school.
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Tutu's daughter recalls day he saved man from being burned alive by angry mob

Independent online (SA) 29 Dec 2021
Nontombi, 61, a reverend herself and who bears a striking resemblance to her larger-than-life father, also fondly remembered family road trips from Alice in the Eastern Cape to Swaziland where she and her three siblings attended school.
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Desmond Tutu’s daughter recalls day he saved man from being burned alive by angry mob

Joy Online 29 Dec 2021
As South Africa celebrated the life of ... Nontombi, 61, a reverend herself and who bears a striking resemblance to her larger-than-life father, also fondly remembered family road trips from Alice in the Eastern Cape to Swaziland where she and her three siblings attended school.
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Tutu’s daughter recalls day he saved man from being burned alive by angry mob

Metro USA 28 Dec 2021
Nontombi, 61, a reverend herself and who bears a striking resemblance to her larger-than-life father, also fondly remembered family road trips from Alice in the Eastern Cape to Swaziland where she and her three siblings attended school.
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Desmond Tutu, anti-apartheid leader and voice of justice, dead at 90

CNN 26 Dec 2021
The following year, he received the Templeton Prize for his "life-long work in advancing spiritual principles such as love and forgiveness which has helped to liberate people around the world." ... A life in pictures ... A life in pictures ... A life in pictures ... A life in pictures ... A life in pictures ... A life in pictures ... A life in pictures ... A life in pictures.
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Dancing to the Tunes of Change

The Telegraph India 06 Nov 2021
... Sri Lanka, the Kingdom of Eswatini (Swaziland), Palestine and Uganda, and was particularly poignant in its expression of the inclusion of and reverence for the tribal ways of life that are historically known for being far-sighted in their ways of living in harmony with nature.

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