How many wives does the King of Swaziland have now?

15 wives
King Mswati-III, the monarch of Swaziland, a landlocked nation in Africa, is known for his lavish lifestyle while most of his subjects live in poverty. He has 15 wives and several concubines.

How does the King of Swaziland chooses his wives?

King Maswati III is known for his polyamorous ways rather than ruling over his subjects with flair. As per Swazi tradition – the King is mandated to choose a new bride every year and he will continue to wed ‘virgins,’ as long as he is the king.

Where is King Mswati 111 now?

A few days later the body of the 25-year-old law student was found in a field near Manzini in Eswatini. The police say he died in a car crash. Friends and family say the police killed him. Listen to this story.

How many wives of King Mswati died?

Her death follows the tragic suicide of King Mswati III’s eighth wife, Senteni Masango, last year. Dube, who was being treated for skin cancer at a hospital in South Africa, was 31-years-old when she passed away.

Is Princess Sikhanyiso pregnant?

“Some of you may have been asking themselves why I did not participate in the reed dance, for the first time since I began playing an active role at the age of seven. Let me make it clear; I am not pregnant,” she insisted.

Is King Mswati educated?

Sherborne SchoolMswati III / Education

How much is King Mswati worth?

Mswati banned photography of his automobiles after he was criticized for purchasing luxury cars, such as a $500,000 DaimlerChrysler Maybach 62. According to the Forbes 2009 list of the World’s 15 Richest Royals, King Mswati is worth a reported $200 million.

Which king married his own mother?

Oedipus, in Greek mythology, the king of Thebes who unwittingly killed his father and married his mother.

Who had 500 wives?


Solomon שְׁלֹמֹה‎
Born c. 990 BCE Jerusalem, United Kingdom of Israel
Died c. 931 BCE (aged 58–59) Jerusalem, United Kingdom of Israel
Burial Jerusalem
Spouse Naamah Pharaoh’s daughter 700 wives of royal birth and 300 concubines