The Swaziland Society - founded 1991
The Swaziland Society holds meetings for members in London, and other locations around Britain. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in Swaziland - download a membership application form from the menu (left).
Rhino at the small Mkhaya game reserve - run by true conservationist, Ted Reilly.
Westminster Abbey service
A photograph taken after Evensong at Westminster Abbey on 6 September 2016 celebrating Swaziland's National Day. More details in Gallery
Recent donations, 2017
Swaziland Society Chairman presented cheques to three Swaziland Charities recently.
At Hope House, Mbabane, Sr Elsa receives a cheque for 400 GBP. Cheshire Homes CEO, Muzi Dlamini also received a cheque for £400. He also received a further 130 GBP, the proceeds of a Swaziland Society sponsored walk organised by Paul Gooday and David Gordon-MacLeod. Another donation of £400 was made to SHAMBA (Self Help Action to Mitigate the Burden of Aids) which is run by Dr Anne Lowe and her husband, Alan. Photos here
Swazi-born Actress Noma Dumezweni...
Swaziland-born actress Noma Dumezweni cast as Hermione in upcoming theatre production.
'Rowling loves black Hermione': Harry Potter author J.K. takes to Twitter to silence critics after Noma Dumezweni is cast as female lead in Cursed Child stage play... See full story and photos in Daily Mail article here.
Swaziland Society Autumn Walk
You are warmly invited to join the Society’s inaugural Autumn walk on Sun 15 November 2015, 9.45 am. Meeting place: St Thomas´s Hospital, end of Westminster Bridge, by steps to the southern towpath. The walk will follow the river Thames towpath. Full details here.
Recent Society donations...
Charities in Swaziland received donations of cheques and children´s clothes on behalf of the Society when the Chairman of the Swaziland Society recently visited the country. View the captioned photos here:
Annual Liphook Lunch
Time for another Swaziland Society Lunch - on Sun 31 July 2016. Come and join us in the heart of the Hampshire/West Sussex countryside near Liphook for a lunch organised by Ken and Rita Charles. See the details, and Menu in the Events section