From the World Socialist Web Site, 30 December 2016:
Swaziland electricians protest lack of bonuses
Workers employed at the Swaziland Electricity Company went on an unofficial strike December 21 protesting the non-payment of a traditional bonus at the end of the year.
Union negotiators who had met with management to discuss the issue were held responsible for the wildcat strike and they were issued with a court injunction.
A return to court after an immediate initial hearing will take place between January 8 and 17 where the eight union respondents will claim there is no proof of a strike, only some workers late for work.
SWAZILAND’S Communist Party have condemned a move by King Mswati III to rename the country as “populist nationalism” designed to detract from growing criticism of the squandering of public funds: here.
Swaziland Communists condemn “sham elections”: here.