Encourage all people of the world to speak their mother tongue
Women pay allegiance by delivering marula brew (Buganu) to their Majesties in the Hhohho region.
Women pay allegiance to their Majesties in the Lubombo region
To raise public awareness about the diversity and vulnerability of the World’s built monuments and heritage sites and the efforts required to protect and conserve them.
To celebrate the birth of King Mswati III who is the current king of the Eswatini.
Encourage reading of books especially in mother tongue.
To celebrate the day when the flag of Eswatini was flown for the first time after the Union Jack (British Flag).
Celebrate the richness of World’s Culture and the essential role of intercultural dialogue for achieving peace and sustainable development.
Promotion of traditional dance talent in the country.
To encourage young girls to like their culture
To celebrate the vision of King Somhlolo visualizing the coming of Christianity to the Kingdom.
AUGUST / SEPTEMBER
Maidens pay allegiance to the Queen Mother by cutting and delivering reeds which are used to make windbreaks around the Queen Mother’s residence.
To commemorate the day Emaswati got independence from the British
The main day of the Incwala marks the beginning of the new traditional calendar year and thanking God and ancestors to a good year and praying for a new prosperous new year