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Royal Swazi Wife #7 Inkhoskat LaMasango nee Senten Masango (Born: 1981, Married: 2000) Children: (1) Princess Sentelyeweyinhosi (2000); and (2) Sibuzeweni (2003)

Kingdom of Swaziland is located between South Africa and Mozambique. King Mswati III of Swaziland is the last absolute monarch in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Inkhosikati LaDube with the emazinyane Princess Makhosothando & Princess Temave, Incwala 2014/15

Inkhosikati LaDube with the emazinyane Princess Makhosothando & Princess Temave, Incwala

The wedding morning of Princess Mantfombi in KwaZulu, Swaziland. More than a thousand Swazis journeyed from their country to the Zulu ceremonial grounds at Nongoma for the wedding.  National Geographic | January 1978

The wedding morning of Princess Mantfombi in KwaZulu, Swaziland. More than a thousand Swazis journeyed from their country to the Zulu ceremonial grounds at Nongoma for the wedding.

Swaziland, officially the Kingdom of Swaziland (Swazi: Umbuso weSwatini), and sometimes called Ngwane or eSwatini, is a landlocked country in southern Africa, bordered to the north, south and west by South Africa, and to the east by Mozambique. The nation, as well as its people, are named after the 19th-century king Mswati II. Mswati III is the king of Swaziland since 1986.

Mswati III King of Swaziland - Swaziland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Welcome to Swaziland! The traditional Swazi outfits worn by men and women are called Emahiya. They consist of two parts: the top part is an umhelwane which is a large piece of fabric tied with a knot on the left-hand side of the shoulder. The bottom part is a lihiya which is a cloth wrapped around the waist. #tasanni #tasannistas #ethicalfashion #fashion #tradition #culture #knowledge #Swaziland #madeinafrica

Welcome to Swaziland! The traditional Swazi outfits worn by men and women are called Emahiya. They consist of two parts: the top part is an umhelwane which is a large piece of fabric tied with a knot on the left-hand side of the shoulder. The bottom part is a lihiya which is a cloth wrapped around the waist. #tasanni #tasannistas #ethicalfashion #fashion #tradition #culture #knowledge #Swaziland #madeinafrica


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