- published: 30 Jul 2017
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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...
Linda Hutchinson was crowned Miss Swaziland 2016 After three years with no Swazi beauty ambassador, Linda Hutchison scooped the beauty with a purpose crown at last. Taking the first princess title was Zethu Manana with second princess being Baby Mthimkhulu
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
Oliver Mtukudzi plays "Neria" for the Bushfire crowd. Apologies for the sound distortion (kids, look after your camera!) and the rather abrupt ending - Mr Mtukudzi wasn't keen on having his picture taken so the press pit was cleaned out in timely fashion, just before the end of the song. Oh well, it's authentic at least.
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.
Facebook: http://bit.ly/2fdO7D8 Instagram: http://bit.ly/2fdLwcf www.looptheworld.co In this video you will see artists from Swaziland playing live music session using a loop station or a "looper". The application used is Loopy HD. You want to contact an artist? Velemseni: email@example.com Thobile: firstname.lastname@example.org Set up: Audio: I-pad mini ith Loopy HD / Apogee One / Rode NTG2 / Tascam DR-05 Vidéo: SONY RX100 & DJI Osmo Loop the World - artist - music - looper - culture - creativity - France - travel - world trip - song - loopy HD Contact: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the corporate video for our Swaziland Gym
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.
Recorded live in the Magaliesberg mountains, this track forms part of 'Open Letter to Adoniah', one half of the debut double album project by Sibusile Xaba released internationally on 4 August 2017. You can find both albums ('Unlearning' & 'Open Letter to Adoniah') on most digital platforms and also at this link - https://sibusilexaba.bandcamp.com For more information, hit us up on email@example.com or check out our website at www.mushroomhour.com or Sibusile's website at www.sibusilexaba.com Music received by Sibusile Xaba Music performed by Sibusile Xaba (guitar and vocals), Thabang Tabane (percussion and vocals) and Moahanganai Magugula (percussion) Mentored by Thabang Tabane Credits for Video: Filmed by Naledi Chai, Palesa Shongwe & Maishe Mosala Edited by Nhlanhla Mngadi C...
Beautiful Swazi scenery with serene background music