Swaziland: The last absolute monarchy
Bheki Dlamini is a young, political activist from the tiny African country, Swaziland. He spend almost 4 years imprisonment for something that he didn’t do. Shortly after his release he had to flee his country.
Because the King of Swaziland have decided that wearing a T-shirt – demanding democracy and political reforms – is an act of terrorism.
Bheki is just one out of many others that are harassed, tortured and jailed. Editors, lawyers and political opponents to the absolute monarch, King Mswati III are jailed for years without being trialled at a court.