The Kingdom of Eswatini formerly Swaziland is a small country in southern Africa region that is considered the only absolute monarchy left in Africa. The country now derives its name from a later king named Mswati II. Mswati II was the greatest of the fighting kings of Eswatini. It is popular with tourists who flock the... Continue Reading →
Triple birthday celebrations for three Eswatini royals all born on 22 July. Happy 122nd birthday to late HM Sobhuza ii of Eswatini then Swaziland. The late King was born in 1899 and became one of the greatest King of the swazi kingdom. He is the longest reigning King in the world reigning for 82 years... Continue Reading →
The two swazi sisters Princesses who married amaMpondo princes and became queens.They are both granddaughters of late King Sobhuza ii of Eswatini then Swaziland. Left :Queen Lombekiso Sigcau Right: late Queen Bhongolwethu Ndamase Left: Queen regent Lombekiso MaSobhuza Sigcau of Eastern amaMpondo aseQaukeni kingdom, South Africa. She is the daughter of late Prince Makhungu Dlamini... Continue Reading →
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 →
Some pictures from the annual Incwala ceremony in the Kingdom of Eswatini led by King Mswati III. This is Eswatini’s most important cultural event. A ceremony that has lasted for hundreds of years, it is one of the last remaining examples of what was previously common practice in many African countries. It has a spiritual... Continue Reading →
Today is tha birthday of HRH Prince Gcina Dlamini of Eswatini. He is the last born son of HM late King Sobhuza ii of Eswatini then Swaziland.
Incwala Festival 📸by Daniel Toro This is Eswatini’s most important cultural event. A ceremony that has lasted for hundreds of years, it is one of the last remaining examples of what was previously common practice in many African countries. It has a spiritual power that is largely lost on outsiders, and indeed many of its... Continue Reading →