King Mswati III of Eswatini opens a new referral and emergency complex at the Mbabane government hospital

HM King (Ingwenyama) Mswati III William Makhosetive of tge kingdom of Eswatini formerly Swaziland opened the five floor complex at the Mbabane government hospital. The new unit was built in a partnership between the government of Eswatini and the government of Taiwan. Photos courtesy of Eswatini government

Umhlanga reed dance 2021

Umhlanga or reed dance 2021 kicked at Ludzidzini royal residence in the Kingdom Eswatini under strict covid19 regulations. This is to ensure observation of important Eswatini culture whilst adhering to covid19 regulations. The ceremony was commissioned by King Mswati III of Eswatini who commissioned the maidens to cut the reeds led by the princesses. In... Continue Reading →

Eswatini Royal Family

The Kingdom of Eswatini formerly swaziland is a small country in southern Africa region that is considered the only absolute monarchy left in Africa. It is popular with tourists who flock the country every year for the Umhlanga or reed dance festival that showcases a royal culture unseen elsewhere in the world. The monarchy is... Continue Reading →

King Mswati III of Eswatini

King Mswati III of Eswatini celebrates his 53rd birthday today. King Mswati III is the reigning monarch of the small kingdom of Eswatini formerly Swaziland. He has reigned since 1986 when he was crowned at the age of 18 succeeding his late father King Sobhuza II. He has been married to 15 spouses with many... Continue Reading →

Sibaya 2021

King Mswati III of Eswatini led the Sibaya (peoples parliament) at Ludzidzini royal kraal on Friday 16th July 2021 after the recent prodemocracy protests around the country. All photos supplied.

Queen Inkhosikati laMasango of Eswatini

Queen Inkhosikati laMsango nee Senteni Masango was the wife and queen consort of King Mswati III of Eswatini formerly Swaziland. She was a painter and auctioned off her work to raise funds for local charity organizations in Eswatini Together with the King, they were blessed with two children namely Princess Sentelweyinkhosi Dlamini and Princess Sibusezweni... Continue Reading →

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