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The Kingdom of Swaziland («The Kingdom of Eswatini») is a Southern African landlocked country

  1. Umbuso we Swatini in Swati language
  2. Mbabane is the administrative, economic and commercial capital of Swaziland and the largest Swazi city
  3. Lobamba is the royal capital of Swaziland
  4. Largest cities of Swaziland: Manzini (second largest Swazi city), Mbabane, Nhlangano and Siteki
  5. Other Swazi cities are Ezulwini, Matsapha, Hlatikhulu, Pigg's Peak, Simunye and Big Bend
  6. Swaziland is a lower middle-income developing country
  7. Main Swazi economic activities: mining (diamonds, coal, gold... 13% of the GDP), agribusiness (agriculture: sugar, sugar cane, cotton, tobacco, rice, corn), tourism and manufacturing industry (textiles)
  8. Services: 50% of the Swaziland GDP
  9. Unemployment: 34% of the population
  10. 75% of the population work in subsistence agriculture in the Lands of the Swazi Nation
  11. Largest trading partners: South Africa, the United States and the European Union
  12. Borders of Swaziland: South Africa (430 kilometres) and Mozambique (105 kilometres)

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  1. Swazi population: 1,4 million inhabitants
    1. Population density: 82.7 inhabitants / square kilometres
    2. 26% of the adult Swazi population is infected with HIV / AIDS
  2. Area of Swaziland is of 17.363 square kilometres
    1. Swaziland is less than 200 kilometres from north to south and 130 kilometres from east to west
    2. Swaziland is one of the smallest African countries
  3. Several rivers cross Swaziland, such as the Great Usutu River, Lubombo (eastern border with Mozambique), Ngwavuma and Mbuluzi

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  1. Swaziland is an absolutist Monarchy
    1. King (Head of state): Mswati III (Ngwenyama)
  2. Swaziland obtained its Independence from the United Kingdom in 1968
  3. Calling code: 268
  4. Code top-level domain: .sz
  5. Currency of Swaziland: Lilangeni (SZL​)
    1. Lilangeni is anchored to the South African Rand

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Transport and Logistics in Swaziland

  1. National Road network: 1,500 kilometres
    1. MR1 Mbabane - Piggs Peak - Jeppes Reef (border with South Africa)
    2. MR3 Ngwenya, border with South Africa - Mbabane - Manzini - Hlane - Lomashasha, border with Mozambique - is the most important road.
    3. MR8 Manzini - Big Bend - Lavumisa, border with South Africa.
    4. MR9 Manzini - Nhlangano - Mahamba, border with South Africa.
    5. MR11 Nhlangano - Lavumisa, border with South Africa.
    6. MR19 Mbabane - Nertson, border with South Africa.
  2. Sikhuphe International Airport
  3. Nearest ports
    1. Port of Maputo (Mozambique, 80 kilometres)
    2. Port of Durban (South Africa, distance from Durban to Mbabane: 537 kilometres)

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Regions of Swaziland

The four districts of Swaziland are:

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Swazi Region: Hhohho

  1. Capital: Mbabane
  2. Area: 3,625
  3. Population: 0.3

Swazi Region: Lubombo

  1. Capital: Siteki
  2. Area: 5,849
  3. Population: 0.2

Swazi Region: Manzini

  1. Capital: Manzini
  2. Area: 4,093
  3. Population: 0.3

Swazi Region: Shiselweni

  1. Capital: Nhlangano
  2. Area: 3,786
  3. Population: 0.2

(population in a million people)

Economic Integration Organisations (Swaziland)

  1. Southern African Development Community (SADC)
  2. Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)
  3. COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite Free Trade Agreement
  4. Southern African Customs Union (SACU)
  5. India-Southern Africa Customs Union (SACU) Agreement
  6. Commonwealth

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  1. African Development Bank
  2. African Union
  3. New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD)
  4. Economic Commission for Africa

Swaziland exports

Swazi ethnicities:

Swazis are the main Swazi ethnic group (84% of the population)

  1. Zulu: 10% of the population
  2. Tsona: 3% of the population
  3. Small population of white Africans (British and Afrikaners descendants)

Religions in Swaziland

  1. Christianity (88% of Swazi)
  2. Traditional African Religions

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Languages of Swaziland

The official languages of Swaziland are SiSwati and English (language of business, press, education).

  1. 2.5 million people speak SiSwati
  2. SiSwati (Swati) is a Bantu language of Nguni group
  3. SiSwati is spoken in Swaziland and South Africa (one of the official languages)

Other spoken languages in Swaziland are Zulu and Tsonga.

Portuguese has been introduced as a third language in schools, due to its proximity to Mozambique.

History of Swaziland

  1. 27,000 years: prehistoric rock art paintings
  2. The first known inhabitants were the Khoisan hunter-gatherers (Bantu migrations)
  3. 4th century: introduction of agriculture
  4. 11th century: Sotho and Nguni ancestral languages
  5. Swazi settlers
  6. Ngwane village (King Sobhuza I, capital in Zombodze)
  7. 19th century: unification of the territory by King Mswati II
  8. 1903: after the British victory in the Anglo-Boer War, Swaziland became a British protectorate
  9. 1968: independence (United Kingdom)

Higher Education in Swaziland

Ministry of Education of Swaziland

  1. University of Swaziland
  2. Nazarene University of South Africa
  3. Christian University of Swaziland
  4. Campus of the University of Creative Technology of Limkokwing (Mbabane)
  5. University College of Technology of Swaziland

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