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Famous Swazis

Swaziland's Information

Flag of Swaziland
Land Area 17,204 km2
Water Area 160 km2
Total Area 17,364km2 (#153)
Population 1,451,428 (#153)
Population Density 84.37/km2
Government Type Absolute Monarchy
GDP (PPP) $10.94 Billion
GDP Per Capita $9,800
Currency Lilangeni (SZL)
Largest Cities
People listed are almost always native to the country. We do (on occasion) include those that have either lived within the country for most of their adult life, or have made a significant contribution to the country in their personal endeavors.

A - Z

  • Mfanafuthi Taribo Bhembe footballer
  • Lisa de la Motte swimmer
  • Senele Dlamini swimmer
  • Dlamini III former ruler
  • Prince Sozisa Dlamini former chief
  • Temalangeni Dlamini sprinter
  • Luke Hall swimmer
  • Modison Salayedvwa Magagula playwright, writer
  • Zola Maseko film director, screenwriter
  • Sibusiso Matsenjwa athlete
  • Mbandzeni former king
  • John Mdluli footballer
  • Labotsibeni Mdluli former ruler
  • Gcinile Moyane sprinter
  • Isaiah Msibi middle-distance runner
  • Mswati II former king
  • Mswati III current king
  • Mxolisi Mthethwa footballer
  • Phumlile Ndzinisa athlete
  • Ngwane III first king of modern Swaziland
  • Wickus Nienaber swimmer
  • Tibati Madvolomafisha Nkambule former ruler
  • Abel Shongwe footballer
  • Lojiba Simelane former ruler
  • Njabuliso Simelane footballer
  • Sobhuza II former king
  • Scara Thindwa footballer
  • Sipho Tshabalala novelist

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This page was last updated on July 10, 2020.

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