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13 November 2018

Swaziland: Royal Swaziland Sugar accused of illegally evicting local farmers, includes company's comments

Author: Farmer's Weekly (So. Africa)

"Swazi sugar corporation accused of illegal evictions"...

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7 May 2017

So. Africa: Mineral Governance Barometer for Southern Africa launched; pilot study reviews mining regulations in 10 countries

Author: Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa & Southern Africa Resource Watch (South Africa)

This pilot study provides a barometer of mineral governance in ten Southern African countries: Botswana, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. The barometer takes...

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11 October 2016

So. Africa: Inaugural Southern Africa Permanent People's Tribunal hears testimonies from communities affected by mining and extractive activities

Author: Alternative Information & Development Centre (South Africa)

The Permanent Peoples' Tribunal held the hearing in Manzini, Swaziland, in the southern region of Africa, taking evidence from cases based in Swaziland (two cases), Zimbabwe (two cases), South Africa (four cases), Zambia (one case), and Mozambique ...

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26 September 2016
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6 April 2016

Facing Finance report

Author: Facing Finance

"Dirty Profits 4: Report on Companies and Financial Institutions Benefitting from Violations of Human Rights," 16 Feb 2016...

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5 April 2016

Coca Cola response

Author: Coca-Cola

The Coca-Cola Company is committed to human rights as well as to sustainable and responsible growth. We demonstrate these commitments in many ways every day in the more than 200 countries and territories where we operate....

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9 February 2016

Coca-Cola’s Swaziland subsidiary helped it stay involved in apartheid So. Africa, generates “unaccountable billions” for Swazi monarchy - investigative report

Author: Khadija Sharife, 100Reporters (USA)

"Trade Secrets: Coca-Cola’s Hidden Formula for Avoiding Taxes", 3 Dec 2015...

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5 February 2016

Criminalisation of human rights defenders is increasingly being used to shrink civil society spaces, says report

Author: María Martín, Protection International

“Criminalisation of Human Rights Defenders, Categorisation of the Problem and Measures in Response”, 1 Dec 2015...

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30 July 2015

Swaziland: Timber company employee dies after being crushed by falling boards

Author: Starsky Mkhonta, Swazi Observer (Swaziland)

'Montigny employee crushed to death by machine', 30 Jul 2015:…[A]n employee at Montigny Investments…timber company was crushed to death after piles of….boards…[fell] on him…Nhlanhla Gwangibane Mdluli…was on the night shift…when he met his death…[It]...

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14 June 2015
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