MISA Backs Govt Attack on Newspaper

The Principal Secretary of the Ministry of Information, Communication and Technology criticises the Times of Swaziland Sunday, a weekly tabloid, for breaching its own code of ethics and the country’s constitution

The Principal Secretary of the Ministry of Information, Communication and Technology, Sikelela Dlamini, has criticised the Times of Swaziland Sunday, a weekly tabloid, for breaching not only its own code of ethics but also the country's Constitution.
 
Dlamini was responding to an article published by the newspaper under the headline 'The Naked Truth?’, which chronicled the fallout between a Swazi diplomat based in London and her former Zimbabwean boyfriend.
 
The Media Institute of Southern Africa (Swaziland chapter) says even though the ICT ministry may not have the finest record on matters of freedom of speech, it acknowledges the position of government on this issue.
 
To read the article titled, “MISA backs govt attack on 'Times',” click here.

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