Swaziland Visa Information:
and today both names live on. Nkosi means ‘king’ and Dlamini is the surname of the royal family.
A valid passport is required from everyone who enters the Kingdom of Swaziland . For nationals of the countries listed below, an entry visa is required:
|During the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, an African people of Nguni descent migrated southward from Central Africa and eventually, during the mid-eighteenth century, a group of them settled in the area which is now Swaziland. These people, the Nkosi Dlamini, became known as the Swazis,
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