April 06 2012
The army in Swaziland has come under fire after a court inadvertently disclosed that the military attempted to purchase spy and monitoring equipment, reports the Swazi Media Commentary (Gaborone).
Critics said the cameras and phone monitoring equipment, worth US$1.3 million, would likely be used against pro-democracy activists opposed to the rule of King Mswati III.
The purchases were revealed in court when the military was sued because it ordered the equipment but failed to...
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