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Synonyms for Swaziland

a landlocked monarchy in southeastern Africa

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assistance, as well their daily interactions with LE staff inside the embassy, serve as highly visible reminders that the United States places great value on its partnerships within Swaziland.
Last year, the friends raised around PS4000 for Swaziland, where HIV is rife.
The Swaziland findings build on fellow assessment findings released last year from three other PEPFAR-supported countries--Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe--where 87 percent of people diagnosed with HIV were on treatment and nearly 89 percent of those on treatment were virally suppressed.
In January 2015, Swaziland became ineligible for preferential trade benefits under the African Growth and Opportunity Act.
HRH Princess Sikhanyiso Dlamini, the Principal Princess and member of Royal Advisory Board, officially launched the Miss Swaziland Tourism 2015 pageant in May 2015 and Lindelwa was chosen first princess of the contest and got the place to represent the 'Miss Tourism World' contest being held in Malaysia in December 2015.
A rights group, the Swaziland Solidarity Network, claims that the death toll has risen to 65.
This report will enable an accurate understanding of key trends in Swaziland Soy Products market, facilitating the promotion of growth in your business through its provision of comprehensive data.
Locked between Mozambique and South Africa, Swaziland remains one of the world's poorest countries, though its monarch is estimated to have a fortune of around $200 million.
Ends/SH/KH New York, Sep 19 (ONA) The Sultanate and the Kingdom of Swaziland signed a joint statement on establishment diplomatic relations between them, stemming from the existing relations of cooperation and friendship between the Sultanate of Oman and the Kingdom of Swaziland.
Before arriving in Swaziland, I had never spent more than two weeks away from home.
THE STORY OF AFRICA'S FIRST Anglican female bishop initially has the ingredients of a narrative that paves the way for tolerance, hope, and a new progressive era in Swaziland.
On July 18, the diocese of Swaziland elected the first female Anglican bishop in Africa, 20 years after the Church of the Province of Southern Africa voted to ordain women.
Summary: DUBAI -- Barnabas Sibusiso Dlamini, Prime Minister of Swaziland, and the ambassador to the UAE, Mlondi Dlamini, met in Dubai with Pride Group, headed by Shaikha Moaza Obaid Suhail Al Maktoom, to discuss investments and business opportunities in Swaziland and the African region.
King Msandi Kababa II of Swaziland is included in the list.
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