Meaning of eSwatini in English:


Pronunciation /ɛswaˈtiːni/

proper noun

(also Eswatini)
  • A small landlocked kingdom in southern Africa, bounded by South Africa and Mozambique; population 1,300,000 (estimated 2015); official languages, Swazi and English; capital, Mbabane. The kingdom was a South African protectorate from 1894 and came under British rule in 1902 after the Second Boer War. In 1968 it became a fully independent Commonwealth state under the name Swaziland. It changed its name to eSwatini in 2018.

    Former name Swaziland