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Pro-democracy cop Cebile ‘Cece’ Shongwe to host women rights, police brutality talk shows on upcoming Swaziland News online radio.

Friday, 24th September, 2021

MBABANE: Former cop Cebile ‘Cece’ Shongwe will host women rights and police brutality talk shows on the upcoming Swaziland News online radio.

During the show, listeners will among others, call live and share their experiences on police brutality and analyze the justice system.

Speaking to this Swaziland News on Friday, Shongwe said she was excited to join journalism adding that even though she was new in the industry, she would work extra hard and contribute in building a better society.

“I am very happy with this opportunity and I will contact experts in the field like boColani Hlatswako and officials from SWAGAA to lecture me on other issues”, she said.

Swaziland News in partnership with other international human rights organizations and other concerned individuals who want to see a free and democratic Swaziland is diversifying to enhance the access to information. The Swaziland News online radio was started by editor Zweli Martin Dlamini in 2020 as a 30 minutes audio channel current affairs program, however, more international partners endorsed the idea and offered support. The online radio is expected to create at least ten(10) jobs in the next six months.

The online radio will be linked to the about 200 000 Swaziland News Facebook followers and the over one(1) million readers on website.


Pro-democracy cop Cebile ‘Cece’ Shongwe to host women rights, police brutality talk shows on upcoming Swaziland News online radio.
Former Cebile Shongwe