In the media | 05 Jan 2023

Business Day TV: Unrest is on the rise in Eswatini

Louw Nel, Senior Political Analyst at Oxford Economics Africa, joins Business Day with greater insight and perspective on our neighbouring country in regard to pro-democracy groups that are upping the pressure on the current regime.

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