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It is an important attribute of one's personality.' The Mail & Guardian newspaper in South Africa reported the court said, 'Homosexuality is not un African, but it is one other way Africans identify but have been repressed for many years.' Commenting on the ruling, United Nations Independent Expert on protection against violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, Victor Madrigal-Borloz, said, 'Criminalising homosexuality and other forms of sexual and gender diversity is one of the root causes of grave and pervasive human rights violations on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
It also violates international human rights law.' He said legal provisions banning homosexuality were often remnants of colonial laws.
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The Botswana High Court on Tuesday (11 June 2019) unanimously ruled in favour of decriminalising homosexuality.
We are occasionally asked "What's Botswana like for LGBT travellers? The vast majority of Botswana’s people are very friendly to visitors, and we have never heard of any issues experienced by our travellers, or other travellers in Botswana, due to their sexuality.
We have been organising trips to Botswana for our travellers since about 1996 and in that time we’ve booked many trips for LGBT travellers.
Political parties are banned from taking part in elections in Swaziland and there is very little opportunity for people in the kingdom to discuss how they might change the way they live. In May 2016, Rock of Hope, which campaigns for equality in Swaziland, reported to the United Nations Universal Periodic Review on Swaziland that laws, social stigma and prejudice prevented LGBT organisations from operating freely.
The report, presented jointly with three South African-based organisations, stated, 'In Swaziland sexual health rights of LGBT are not protected.
The kingdom, also known as e Swatini, has much in common with Botswana.