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It\'s full of colours

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downtown of Mbabane

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Bussines in Swaziland


Economy

Swaziland is in the midst of an economic slowdown. Growth slowed from 3.5 per cent in 2007 to 2.6 per cent in 2008, well below the 5 per cent rate required to reduce poverty by half by 2015. While the direct effects of the global financial crisis were muted by the country's limited exposure to international credit markets, the slowdown poses a continued threat. The impact is likely to be felt through reductions in investment and exports that are expected to further reduce growth over the medium term to 2.5 per cent in 2009 and 2 per cent in 2010.

Construction activity in 2008-10 will be boosted by the building of a new dam, as well as road and energy projects. This will raise capital formation which is essential for sustaining growth. Swaziland's services sector has grown in recent years and accounted for 44 per cent of GDP in 2007. Wholesale and retail trade, hotels and restaurants have faltered in the past two years, possibly due to higher inflation. The transportation, storage and communication sector has improved, however, mainly due to the recovery in the transport sector. That recovery reflects an expansion of the automotive industry to include new players like TATA, Kia and Carson Motors, the government's purchase of over 230 cars from these companies, rising wages and salaries, and the introduction of low-cost Chinese cars.

The kingdom should also take advantage of the 2010 Soccer World Cup, to be hosted by South Africa, by positioning itself as a tourist destination for soccer fans before or after the tournament.

which good business to invest in Swaziland?


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Swaziland is a small country. Any businessman more likely to know what to invest in my country
Zuma, Swaziland


People can invest in Agriculture. Thit's the place to invest in this small country.
vuvule , Swaziland


There're lot of opportunity do business in Swaziland that lot people don't see it.
Jessy , South Africa


Oh yeah, fabuolus stuff there you!
Darrance ,


hello my name is muhammad abbas from pakistan i want to invest 200000 SOUTH AFRICAN RAN PLZ ADVISE ME ...... FOR FULL DETAIL
MUHAMMAD ABBAS , PAKISTAN



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Political in Swaziland

Politic in Swaziland


Swaziland is a monarchy ruled by His Majesty, King Mswati III who took power in 1986.The country has a unique combination of western (Roman-Dutch) and traditional legal systems. The Parliamentary system consists of two houses: the upper house (Senate) comprises 30 senators, 20 appointed by the King and 10 elected by the lower house (House of Assembly); the House of Assembly has 55 Members elected democratically under the tinkhundla system and ten royal appointees. The Parliament's task is to pass and amend legislation. A prime minister is appointed by the king from the members of Parliament.

Under the traditional system, the Swazi National Council (Libandla), which is headed by the king and the queen mother and comprises a cross-section of society, advises the king. In 2006, Swaziland unveiled its constitution which seeks to support good governance, rule of law, and gender equality. Although there have been a lot of controversies surrounding governance issues in Swaziland, the government is committed to addressing some of these in order to improve the image of the country and investor confidence.

In 2008 the country held elections under the new constitution, and new MPs gave parliament a fresher look. Prime Minister S. B. Dlamini was reappointed.


Swaziland Political comments

Is the mornachy in Swaziland is different to Lesotho mornachy?


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Our mornachy is better the Lesotho, despite we have some political trouble in last election
Jay David, Swaziland


It's not such big different.
David vuvezila , South Africa


Mornachy is mornachy doen't make different from any part of World.
Kone kuma , Swaziland


THIS SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD THIS SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED IN AFRICA SO THAT THE WESTERN WORLD DOES NOT COLONISE US FOREVR LIKE THEY DO IN BOTSWANA
MOEMEDI , BOTSWANA



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Usefull Information Swaziland

Top Hotels

  • Mbabane hotels
  • Manzini hotels
  • Ezulwini hotels

Top restaurants

  • Ezulwini restaurants
  • Mbabane restaurants
  • Nsoko restaurants

Place to visit

  • Mkhaya Endangered Species
  • White Water Rafting
  • Royal Swazi Spa
  • A Taste of Swaziland

Internet Access

  • Internet facilities are very scarce outside of Mbabane,
    Manzini, Ezulwini Valley and
    the Malkerns Valley.
  • The Internet Access in South Africa 2010 study
    a 64Kbps circuit costs E5,500 per month as a basic fee.
  • Private company also provide satellite service
    such as SkyOne-IP broadband two-way satellite internet transfer (VSAT system)

Not to miss to see

  • Mkhaya Endangered Species
  • Royal Swazi Spa
  • A Taste of Swaziland
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I would like to visit Swaziland someone can give more information what to do and to visit!
Joao Manuel


You can go visit green area such beatifull view. It's very nice place.
A'roon


Such beautifull place to visit. It was wonderfull to be there.
khalib


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