Observer on Saturday - - Front Page - (Pics: Si­mon Sha­bangu)

His Majesty King Mswati III lead­ing throngs of reg­i­ments in song and dance be­fore dis­pers­ing them at Ngabezweni Royal Res­i­dence yes­ter­day.

His Majesty King Mswati III has urged the na­tion to prac­tice team work in or­der to cover a lot of ground within a short pe­riod of time.

The King said as the reg­i­ments go back home to at­tend to their per­sonal er­rands and du­ties at fam­ily level, they must also con­sider team work which is a prac­tice that has ex­isted for many years.

The King said the speed in which the reg­i­ments un­der­took the weed­ing of royal fields was an in­di­ca­tion that if peo­ple work as a team, they would achieve a lot.

“I en­cour­age you to take the spirit of one­ness to your re­spec­tive chief­doms and con­tinue to help one an­other in do­ing du­ties. Um­memo and Lil­ima have al­ways been there and it is ad­vis­able to con­tinue with these prac­tices be­cause pro­mote unity among com­mu­ni­ties.


I no­ticed that this year reg­i­ments were able to do a lot of work within a short space of time be­cause of the unity and hard work. It is our cul­ture to help each other at all times, even if there is a prob­lem or is­sue we al­ways work out things to­gether not to be a by­stander and watch,” the King said. The King said the na­tion was blessed with good rains, hence he was ex­pect­ing the coun­try to have a good yield this year. He said since the be­gin­ning of the Incwala cer­e­mony, the na­tion has been re­ceiv­ing good rains which have re­sulted to the coun­try be­ing en­tirely green due to the good rains. He urged reg­i­ments to be also ready for a good yield this year, en­cour­ag­ing them to go home and en­sure the fields are well taken care of.

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