By Ackel Zwane The eSwatini government has been criticised for trying to curb free speech by favouring radio stations linked to the state over independent community radio stations. In 2007 the Broadcasting Bill, which is aimed at opening up the airwaves to allow licensing for independent community radio stations, was made public. The draft law

​Inhlase By Ackel Zwane The eSwatini government has been criticised for trying to curb free speech by favouring radio stations linked to the state over independent community radio stations. In 2007 the Broadcasting Bill, which is aimed at opening up the airwaves to allow licensing for independent community radio stations, was made public. The draft law