The government of eSwatini on Tuesday angrily denied viral online reports that King Mswati III, Africa’s last absolute monarch who has 14 wives, had ordered men to have at least two marriages or face jail.
Eswatini’s King Mswati the III’s 12th wife, Nothando Dube known as Inkhosikati LaDube, has died.
eSwatini King, Mswati III, has appointed former MTN eSwatini CEO Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini as the new Prime Minister.
The tiny African kingdom of eSwatini, ruled by an absolute monarch, voted Friday in polls that critics call a sham but supporters say are a unique blend of tradition and politics.
Swaziland’s Ministry of Public Works and Transport Principal Secretary Makhosini Mndawe has denied that the government bought a fleet of cars worth $7.5 million ahead of King Mswati III’s 50th birthday, Richard Rooney from Swazimedia.blogspot reported.