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Queens of Swaziland, 2005 - In Swaziland, the King chooses many wives, here we have a more candid look at the lives these many Queens live. Profile of the King of Swaziland's wives. King Mswati III has seven wives. This documentary interviews him and his extended family about their experience of his polygamy, their culture and their lives. Produced by SBS/Dateline. Ref - 2844 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
Dancing to the rhythmic tunes and pumping bassline of the South African superstars Black Motion as well as other electro DJs. Attracted by the loud music from far away, I was enjoying this surprisingly bustling night together with the youth and the prince of Swaziland.
The Zulu are an African ethnic group whose members live mainly in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal, which lies between the Indian Ocean to the east and the Drakensberg mountain range to the west. The Zulus are also the most popular tribe in Africa. There are numerous ceremonies that relate to an individual's stage in the domestic cycle and also are linked to ancestors. Royal ceremonies include the reed dance ceremony (umkhosi womhlanga), in which young women show pride in their womanhood (with an emphasis on virginity) by parading at the king's palace in view of thousands of cheerful onlookers. The king maintains the traditional privilege of choosing a wife from among those women. King Mswati III watch young virgins in traditional Reed dance ceremony at the stadium near the R...
This is the corporate video for our Swaziland Gym
Peter Tosh - Swaziland News Footage Dec. 1983 Rare This is rare footage of Peter Tosh in Swaziland. It is the complete news coverage and contains commentary from the reporter and live footage of Peter on stage in Swaziland. Big thanks to the generous Lowell B Taubman Doc Jah for sharing this footage and Dubwise Garage for digitizing
Peter Tosh - Swaziland - Edited footage I tried to edit out the news-person as much as possible from this special rare footage. Big thanks to the generous Lowell B Taubman Doc Jah for sharing this footage and Dubwise Garage for digitizing
Men oh men, WHAT a crazy night! I slept in a traditional, primitive beehive in the rural area of Swaziland... No water, no shower, no "normal" toilet, no electricity. The beehive was COMPLETELY dark, that, when I opened my eyes in the middle of the night; I thought I was going blind. After a few hours of on-and-off sleep, a huge spider felt at home in the candle light we'd put on. Since it was fairly big and frightening, I had to face my fears and take the spider outside myself, while my dad was sleeping like a baby. Damn. What an adventure it was. In essence, I thought it was shocking to realize how spoilt we actually all are with having "easy" access to water, electricity, paved ways, bicycles, public transports and/or cars. It's so hard to put this into words or images, since that's alw...