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Manzini

(mänzē`nē), formerly

Bremersdorp

(brē`mərzdôrp), 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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Manzini

 

(Bremersdorp until 1968), a city in Swaziland, southeast of Mbabane. Population, approximately 16,000. Manzini is on a highway leading to Mbabane and the Republic of South Africa. It is a trade center. It was the administrative center of Swaziland until 1902.

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