What are lesotho and swaziland?
Lesotho and Swaziland are both small, landlocked countries entirely surrounded by South Africa. They are both monarchies and are very traditional and indigeous.
They are landlocked regions surrounded by South Africa
They are both: *Landlocked *Has Marine West Cost climate NOTE: There is not be enough info for these regions---if not enough info is provided---go to google, askkids.com, or ask---Thanks
They are landlocked by South Africa that is why they are influenced by South Africa.
They are their own countries with traditional monarchies and have no desire to be a part of South Africa.
Because it is surrounded by South Africa,
because they probably wanted to get more money by mining diamond and gold
English and Swati
Swaziland is called Swaziland today
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
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
26 30 S, 31 30 E
Acacia, Lantana, Parthenium, Psidium, Sesbania, Solanum, Datura, Hakea, Jacaranda, Lilium, Melia, Opuntia and many more
The CIA World Factbook lists the following religions and the percentage of adherents in Swaziland: * Zionist 40% (a blend of Christianity and indigenous ancestral worship) * Roman Catholic 20% * Muslim 10% * other (includes Anglican, Bahai, Methodist, Mormon, Jewish) 30%
maize, cotton, citrus, potatoes, pineapple, rice, beans, and sorghum
SiSwati and English. Zulu is also spoken as is some AfrikaansThe most common language is English, usually in official capacities, as government business is conducted in English, but they also speak siSwati.English and Swati are both recognised languagesSwiSwatiThe official languages are English and SiswatiTwo languages are recognised, English and Swati.English and SiSwatiSwaziland
Yes there are zebras in Swaziland.
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).
There are no deserts in Swaziland. The climate variesfromtropical to neartemperate. The geography is slightly moutainous and hilly.
yes every body needs a passport from very young age , for example going to the neighboring countries SA, etc.
South Africa, north, south and west, Mozambique to the east
Big Bend (yes, Big Bend) Lobamba, Piggs Peak, Mhlume, Mbabane, Manzini, Mankayane, Lavumisa, and Ngwenya are some of the major cities in Swaziland.
well it is the truth but the popular sport in Swaziland is football and baseball you can check it in google too you know.
Inline Skating is popular in Switzerland.......... they have 3 or 4 Swiss inline cup every year
The majority are Swazi mixed with a small number of Zulu and White Africans of British descent. There are some Portuguese settlers.
Swaziland is ruled by an absolute monarchy
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Agriculture, forestry, mining and sugar related processing
great wall of swaziland
90% of the countries imports come from South Africa. That is just about everything any country can need. Food and live animals, beverages and tobacco, fuels, oils, fats and waxes, chemicals, manufactured goods and machinery
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 7604 square miles
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
Swaziland is a small country in south-eastern Africa, landlocked by South Africa and Mozambique.
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 Zulu raids. At this time the Transvaal Boers settled in the Kingdom. In 1906 the Transvaal Colony took over responsible government
no, residents earn less that $4000.00 per anum, with a high percentage of the rural population earning less than $1.00 a day
The country is ruled by an absolute monarchy. The King selects
America is more developed country
About 300 kilometres.
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
1.) Choreographer or Dance teacher. 2.) Farmer 3.) Coal Miner These are 3 common jobs in Swaziland.
Chemicals, clothing, foodstuffs, machinery, petrochemical products, motor vehicles
One can visit Mantenga cultural village and enjoy Swazi culture. Weekend shows begin at 11:15am and 3pm local time. There are numerous handmade manufacturing factories that one could visit such as the Ngwenya glass - where one can appreciate the age old ark of glass blowing. There is a factory shop of all things glass. One could also visit Swazi candles centre in Mallerns and enjoy light from Africa.Third place to visit would be Hlane… Read More