Siswati or Swati is a Bantou language used in Swaziland and South Africa. It is also one of the eleven offical languages of South Africa. Swati is spoken by about 1.7 million people and in essence has two varieties: the standard, prestige variety spoken mainly in the north, center and southwest of the country, and a less prestigious variety used elsewhere.
First language : 1.7 million
Main Countries: Swaziland, South Africa
Alternate names: Swazi, Isiswazi, Siswati, Tekela, Tekeza
ISO 639-3 Code: ssw
Bonkhe bantfu batalwa bakhululekile balingana ngalokufananako ngesitfunti nangemalungelo. Baphiwe ingcondvo nekucondza kanye nanembeza ngakoke bafanele batiphatse nekutsi baphatse nalabanye ngemoya webuzalwane.
(Declaration of Human Rights, Article 1)
The following products are currently available in Swati:
- For Consumers