What is traded in Swaziland?
Swaziland grows and trades in sugar cane, cotton, corn, tobacco, rice, citrus fruits, pineapples, sorghum, peanuts, cattle, goats and sheep. Industries include coal, wood pulp, sugar, soft drink concentrates, textiles and apparel. Swaziland has suffered some loss of trade, however, due to increased competition and loss of demand for its products on the world markets.
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Lobamba (royal / legislative) Mbabane (administrative)
Swaziland is a small country in south-eastern Africa, landlocked by South Africa and Mozambique..
Swaziland is in Africa
No president, but a King, Mswati lll
Colonial rule (incomplete) was established by Great Britain between 1902 and 1968. Early in King Mswati,s reign the British were asked to protect Swaziland from continuous Zul…u raids. At this time the Transvaal Boers settled in the Kingdom. In 1906 the Transvaal Colony took over responsible government
As of April 2009, the population of Swaziland was 1,123,913. (figures from CIA World Factbook).
6704 square miles
Depends where you are travelling from
26 30 S, 31 30 E
Swaziland is a real country. It is a land locked country in Southern Africa. Capital Lobamba. Gained independence from the UK 6th September 1968. Population 1,185,000, area 76…04 square miles
from the King's male heirs
English and Swati
It is a Unitary Parliamentary Democracy within Constitutional and Absolute Monarchy
Swaziland Federation of Trade Unions was created in 1973.