Results

Travel across borders for work and trade not an easy for Swazis A large majority of Swazis (68%) support free movement across borders particularly for work and trade but significantly about a third (30%) were in favour of limiting movement across borders, according to the most recent Afrobarometer survey held in... Read more
Majority of Swazi’s of the opinion that political parties are divisive and therefore unnecessary Two out of three Swazis were of the opinion that political parties were divisive and therefore not necessary in Swaziland’s democracy. Only (31%) felt that they should exist in order to give them choice when selecting candidates during elections,... Read more
Swaziland: Unemployment Remains the Top Issue in the Minds of Swazis Swaziland was excluded from the United States Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) at the beginning of 2015 and there are expectations that this will have an adverse impact on the economy and employment. Read more
Swaziland: Much Work To Do For the Acting Chief Justice To Restore Confidence In His Office Swaziland recently appointed an acting Chief Justice Bheki Maphalala in June 2015 after the removal of the previous head of the judiciary. Read more
Swaziland strives to reduce poverty, empower women Findings from the Round 5 survey in Swaziland (2013). Read more
Gender and taxation Findings from the Round 5 (2013) survey in Swaziland. Read more
Perception of democracy, governance, preferred society Results from the Round 5 (2013) survey in Swaziland. Read more
Cross country comparisons: Government performance, corruption and crime, and economic evaluation Results from the Round 5 (2012) survey in Swaziland. Read more
Government performance, corruption and crime, and economic evaluation Results from the Round 5 (2012) survey in Swaziland. Read more