AccessMyLibrary provides FREE access to millions of articles from top publications available through your library.
(From Media Institute of Southern Africa - AAGM)
On July 18 2004, Swazi Observer employees Timothy Simelane (journalist) and Thulani Ndwadwe (photographer) were harassed by former Ludzidzini governor Dibanisa Mavuso at the home of the late Chief Prince Maguga at Macetsheni, about 30 kilometres east of Manzini.
Simelane and Ndwadwe were covering the memorial service of the late chief when security personnel confiscated the memory card of their digital camera. They were also hauled in front of a traditional court where Mavuso accused the journalists of reporting badly about the late Prince.
The two journalists told the Media Institute of Southern …