Eswatini: see ManziniManzini
, formerly Bremersdorp
, town (1996 est. pop. 69,800), central Eswatini (formerly Swaziland). It is the trade center of a farming region. Founded in 1890, the town was the capital of Swaziland protectorate from 1894 to 1902.
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Joseph's Mission near Bremersdorp, which was the capital of Swaziland.
About twelve kilometers beyond Bremersdorp, he stopped at a store to purchase a coat.
Upon the request of the king, the Nazarene hospital had been moved from Endzingini to the city of Bremersdorp (now Manzini), which was more centrally located in the country.
Davis felt the call to teach nursing and so was transferred to the Raleigh Fitkin Memorial Hospital and Nazarene Nursing School in Bremersdorp to serve as a "sister" (i.e., registered nurse) and later take leadership of the Swazi nursing program.
(9.) Dorothy Davis, Bremersdorp, letter to Dear Friends, July 28, 1943, Regional Archives; Mildred Dlamini, interview by author, August 9, 1999, Manzini, Swaziland.
Drew, Mbabane, letter to the Medical Superintendent, Raleigh Fitkin Memorial Hospital, Bremersdorp, September 9, 1945, Regional Archives.