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Prime Minister of Swaziland


Prime Minister of Swaziland

Prime Minister of the
Kingdom of Swaziland
Coat of arms of Swaziland
Barnabas Sibusiso Dlamini

since 23 October 2008
Appointer Mswati III,
as King of Swaziland
Inaugural holder Makhosini Dlamini
Formation 16 May 1967
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List of heads of government of Swaziland

(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

Tenure Portrait Incumbent Affiliation Notes
Protected State of Swaziland Autonomous
16 May 1967 to 6 September 1968 Makhosini Dlamini, Prime Minister INM  
Kingdom of Swaziland Independent from the United Kingdom
(Umbuso weSwatini)
6 September 1968 to 31 March 1976 Makhosini Dlamini, Prime Minister INM/n-p  
31 March 1976 to 25 October 1979 Maphevu Dlamini, Prime Minister n-p Died in office
25 October 1979 to 23 November 1979 Ben Nsibandze, Acting Prime Minister n-p  
23 November 1979 to 25 March 1983 Mabandla Dlamini, Prime Minister n-p  
25 March 1983 to 6 October 1986 Bhekimpi Dlamini, Prime Minister n-p  
6 October 1986 to 12 July 1989 Sotsha Dlamini, Prime Minister n-p  
12 July 1989 to 25 October 1993 Obed Dlamini, Prime Minister n-p  
25 October 1993 to 4 November 1993 Andreas Fakudze, Acting Prime Minister n-p  
4 November 1993 to 8 May 1996 Jameson Mbilini Dlamini, Prime Minister n-p  
8 May 1996 to 26 July 1996 Sishayi Nxumalo, Acting Prime Minister n-p  
26 July 1996 to 29 September 2003 Barnabas Sibusiso Dlamini, Prime Minister n-p 1st Term
29 September 2003 to 26 November 2003 Paul Shabangu, Acting Prime Minister n-p  
26 November 2003 to 18 September 2008 Themba Dlamini, Prime Minister n-p  
18 September 2008 to 23 October 2008 Bheki Dlamini, Acting Prime Minister n-p  
23 October 2008 to Present Barnabas Sibusiso Dlamini, Prime Minister n-p 2nd Term


  • INM - Imbokodvo National Movement
  • n-p - Non-partisan

See also

External links

  • World Statesmen - Swaziland
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