This declaration is carried in the preamble of the recently launched Swaziland Women’s Charter which was an initiative of the Women and Law Southern Africa, Swaziland Charter organisation in conjunction with the Lutsango Lwabo Make women’s brigade.
The charter notes that women constitute more than half of the4 Swazi population forming a single society with men and that women and men have a common interest in the development of the country and that women should not be left behind in that development.
Others are Christian faith-based initiatives including the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Council of Swaziland Churches and Trans World Radio’s Voice of the Church (VOC) – the latter being the only one that is operational.
We are still waiting,” said Ambrose Zwane, Lubombo community radio coordinator.
Zwane is currently working together with several others to advocate for licensing and to seek technical skills, equipment and funding for the community radio sector.
But she still had room to chop it up with Power 105’s The Breakfast Club and dish some details on her new adventures, as well as the juice we really wanted: her current relationship with Nas and dating life as a single mom. Jones said she and her ex-hubby are in a good place right now, focused on raising their son Knight together.
She also cleared up the myth that Nas is holding her actual wedding dress on his album cover, and went on to say that she’s doing well on the dating scene.
“The women of Swaziland therefore affirm all our rights as citizens as provided for in the various women’s human rights instruments that Swaziland is party to, as well as the provisions of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Swaziland, including but not limited to; 1. The right to determine a marriage partner of choice as well as the age of marriage 5. The right to full opportunities for employment with equal pay and possibilities of promotion in all spheres of work 11.