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Swaziland

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The Kingdom of Swaziland is a Southern African country bordered by Mozambique to the east and South Africa to the west, north and south. It covers 6,704 sq mi and has an estimated population of 1.18 million as of 2009.
Answer Swiss Francs. Every county has currency. Swaziland has its own currency called LiLangeni (singular) / Emalangeni (plural) abbreviated, SZL. It is units and cents. Swaziland is a member of the Rand Monetary Area whose members are linked to the South African currency, the RAND (R). Member…
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Lobamba (royal / legislative) Mbabane (administrative)
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Answer Swaziland is averaged at 32.23 by the CIA. And generally most websites agree that it has the lowest life expectancy at around 30-33 maybe, poorer countries where they do not have as much food as us or probably England as we are named the worlds fattest country. And Swaziland is not any go…
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yes every body needs a passport from very young age , for example going to the neighboring countries SA, etc.
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its King Mswati III
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that like dogsI don' know..Read books aboutJapan/Canada.Buy books in Chapters or Indigo.(I Think Awear has the best.Order it andthey make the perfact book ever!!)Ok,bye!
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Thy're all landlocked countries - none of them touch the sea at any point.they are all landlocked
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Swaziland is a small country in south-eastern Africa, landlocked by South Africa and Mozambique.
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Yes Swaziland is visa free Country to Canada
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All of these countries are landlocked, meaning they have no coastal borders.
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Nearly 40% of tested pregnant women are affected. 0.6% of the population die from AIDS every year
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They do need a visa
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There are a number of similarities between Japan and the US. Some of them include high populations, OECD members, members of the United Nations and so many more.
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Both America and Japan are starting to become obese lol
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Yes, Swaziland is a country within South Africa.
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Swaziland is in Africa
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The flag has three horizontal colours, blue top and bottom, yellow top and bottom underneath the top and above the bottom blue and the centre is red
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Foods are determined by the seasons, but they eat Sishwala, which is porridge with meat, Sncwancwa, which is sour porridge made with fermented cornmeal. Sitfubi, coconut milk with cornmeal, Emase Emabele which is Sorghum with sour milk. Umkhunsu which is cooked and dried meat. Siphuphe which is a po…
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visa required
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No president, but a King, Mswati lll
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I need to know Srilankan passport holders need visa for going to Swaziland or can take on arrival visa for going to Swaziland?
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Sishwala, porridge with meat and vegetablesSitfubi, sour porridge with fermented cornmealSiphuphe Setindlubu, thick porridge of mashed ground nutsEmasi emabele, Ground Sorghum mixed with sour milkTinkhobe, boiled whole maizeTjwala, traditional beer
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There are 4 people from Swaziland who are in the Olympics. Luke Hall is a Swimmer who is participating in the swimming event. He will be swimming the 50m Freestyle on Aug 14th Temalangeni Dlamini is in the Olympics as well. She is in Athletics running the 400m. Senele Dlamini is a swimmer who swa…
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14,109 Kilometers or 8767 miles
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Africa
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yes can get Swaziland passport.
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with a passport and a plane or a passport and a boat
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Swaziland was a protectorate of the UK and Ireland from 1902 until independence 6th September 1968
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A monarchy governmentAbsolute Monarchy
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As of April 2009, the population of Swaziland was 1,123,913. (figures from CIA World Factbook)
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6704 square miles
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maize, cotton, citrus, potatoes, pineapple, rice, beans, and sorghum
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from Los Angeles the distance is 16,979 kilometers or 10551 miles
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Barnabus Sibusiso Dlamini is the Prime Minister of Swaziland. This is Dlamini's second time as Prime Minister of Swaziland. His first term as prime minister was from 1996 July 26 to 2003 September 29. After this, he was appointed as a member of King Mswati III's advisory council. Dlamini was re…
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It is a land locked country in Southern Africa bordered North, South and West by South Africa and to the East by Mozambique
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it stand for a very nice place
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visa free swaziland to morocco
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Christmas in Swaziland is celebrated very much like it is in the US. People attend a midnight mass on December 25th. They then return home and cook and prepare a meal which is eaten by the family. The next morning they celebrate by singing Christmas carols and opening presents.
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Forest, grassland, ferns and flowering plants. There are about 2600 species, some found only in Swaziland. Some are Acacia, Lantana, Partrnium, Psidium, Sesbania, Datura, Hakea, Jacaranda, Lilium, Opuntia, Ricinus and Rubus and many more
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Mlilwane reserve
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United Kingdom 6th September 1968
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Yes
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1,141,000 people
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Depends where you are travelling from
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Agriculture and forestry
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16/100000... 1,184,936 people
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$455 per year
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no! Note that Education in Swaziland is neither free nor compulsory. In 1996, the net primary school enrollment rate was 90.8 percent, with gender parity at the primary level. In 1998, 80.5 percent of children reached grade 5. The country however does have a University (the University of Swaziland…
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No one only some african countries
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Swaziland is ruled by an absolute monarchy
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Living with AIDS about 220,000
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Great Britain in 1902
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Latitude/Longitude (Absolute Locations)Mbabane: (capital city) 26° 19' S, 31° 8' EBig Bend: 26° 49' S, 31° 55' EMhlume: 26° 2' S, 31° 48' E
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Some 75% earn a small living from subsistence agriculture. High value crops are grown such as sugar, forestry and citrus fruits. 70% of the county's production is sent to South Africa
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Ilana Lapidos: Miss Swaziland/Continental Queen of Africa - Miss World, 1986
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Swaziland was a colony until it gained independence in 1968
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from Birmingham UK, 5798 miles, 9332 kilometers
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Kwaheri...
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their hing and his many wives. last count was 13 wives and 3 fiances. His last wife was 2 years younger than his daughter, and 2 of his wives left him by running away.
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an absolute monarchy
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what is the country "Swaziland" like?
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The Thomson's Gazelle is the national animal of Swaziland.
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It would be more accurate to say that it is in Southern Africa. It is on the east side of Africa, but very much to the south, so more in south-eastern Africa. See the map at the link below.
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They are landlocked regions surrounded by South Africa
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Visas are required for Nigerians
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5 hours mabe 882 miles
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it is the sahara desert
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In Africa
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Not used in this country
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Angola to swaziland : Angola to namibia ;namibia to Zimbabwe; zim to Mozambique (maputo) to swaziland
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Ilitteracy rate is about 20%. There are Government, Missions and Private schools. There is 529 primary schools with over 205,000 pupils and something like 6000 teachers. Higher education is provided by the University with 460 teachers and 5600 students. Schooling in not compulsory and parents are ch…
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Britain
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Swaziland was a protectorate of the United Kingdom
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The government is an absolute monarchy, King Mswati ruling. Prime Minister is Barnabus Dlamini
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very nice!
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a land locked country in South Africa
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No. Swaziland is a monarchy. 100%. your welcome.
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the current King of Swaziland is King Mswati III. (1986)
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a poor country surviving on subsistence farming, 50% of the population live on less than US$1.25 a day
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Rain in summer, winter dry, average temperature 17C but highvelt temperatures can reach 40C
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well it is the truth but the popular sport in Swaziland is football and baseball you can check it in google too you know.
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There is no official Christmas meal in Swaziland. In the western world, the official meal is turkey. However turkey is not native to Africa. The Christmas dishes in Swziland vary by family and region. The common options are: Baked Peixe Pedra (a fish) Baked salmon Lamb Gammon Gazelle Sometimes …
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They call Santa "Fe".
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The richest king in Africa was Mswati the III. Not 11mswati, Mswati the III.
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1968
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Swaziland has no Ocean, the country is land locked
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lots of people.
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Swaziland is called Swaziland today
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The United Kingdom and Ireland
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Do you mean are there or do you mean are their. The answer in any event is yes their are or no their are not. (Educated in Biloxi Mississippi).
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There are no lakes in Swaziland but there wet areas caused by dams. The Maguga Dam, Motshane Dam, Mnjoi Dam, Jozini Dam, Hawane Dam, and the Sand River Dam. There are seasonal wetlands, swamps, marshes and pools
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I have know ides
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