Swaziland – an egg-shaped land-locked African Kingdom with a total area of 6,786 sq. miles and a population greater than one million souls – is home to a largely homogenous people that speak Swazi (a language closely related to Zulu). The Swazi have a fascinating culture the highlights of which include Swazi weddings and the Royal Incwala ceremony. For more about Swazi’s and their culture see Dr. E. Powe’s The Lore of Africa, Part I: Three Northern Nguni Nations (Zulu, Swazi, & Ndebele).

Kingdom of Swaziland Africa 

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