There are 3 high school codes in Swaziland today, according to the ACT. The full list is shown below by city, with name of each high school and the city where the school is located (based on the ACT official site). You can search a school code by pressing “Ctrl” + “F” and then type school name or 6-digit school code.
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The above lists CEEB codes (College Entrance Examination Board) for all accredited Swaziland high schools. Please be informed that the list of high school codes in Swaziland may change throughout the year. If you can’t find codes for the high schools of your interest, please write to us or come back at a later time. We will update our database soon after a new high school code is added to the country of Swaziland.
- According to ABBREVIATIONFINDER, SWZ is the three-letter country code of Eswatini, and SZ is the two-letter country code of Eswatini. The two-letter suffix is used in top-level domains on the Internet as .sz.
The country’s economy is very dependent on the economic development of neighboring South Africa. Until the 1990s, the small landlocked country was even able to benefit from economic sanctions against its neighbors and, thanks to its investment-friendly policy, recorded steady economic growth. Since then, the key economic data have deteriorated significantly. Measured in terms of gross national income(GNI) of (2017) US $ 2,960 per resident, Eswatini is one of the middle-income developing countries. An important economic factor is the extremely weather-dependent agriculture, which supplies basic materials for industrial and export production. As a result of bad harvests caused by the weather and the unfavorable development of world market prices for the most important export goods, economic growth (2014) is only 1.7%. The foreign debts amount (2014) to about 685 million US- $.
Foreign trade: The trade balance has been positive for years (import value in 2014: US $ 1.54 billion, export value US $ 1.70 billion). Above all, beverage concentrates, textiles, wood, cellulose and wood products as well as sugar are exported. The main import products are machinery and transportation equipment, food, chemical products and fuels. The Republic of South Africa is by far the most important trading partner.
Agriculture and animal husbandry (especially cattle) generate around 7% of the gross domestic product (GDP). Over a quarter of the population works in subsistence farming. The majority of the agricultural production value is provided by commercially run farms (mostly owned by the royal family or regional chiefs) with the cultivation of sugar cane, cotton, citrus fruits and pineapples. Mainly maize and millet are grown for personal use. In recent years, crop failures have contributed to the fact that around a quarter of the population is permanently dependent on food aid.
Forestry: Forestry, which is dominant in the mountains of western Eswatini, has increased in importance due to large-scale afforestation. In 2012, 1.4 million m 3 of wood were extracted. About 76.8% of the logging is used as firewood.
Eswatini has deposits of coal, asbestos, tin, gold, kaolin and diamonds. After the dismantling or suspension of asbestos, iron ore and diamond mining, the once important mining industry no longer plays a major role in the country’s economy. After the resumption of iron ore mining by an Indian company, mining accounts for around 5% of export earnings and 2% of GDP. Hard coal is mined near Mpaka (in the eastern center of Eswatini).
Around 41% of GDP is generated in the industrial sector. The manufacturing industry is primarily focused on the refinement of agricultural and forestry products. Therefore, the food and luxury food industry (especially sugar cane processing) as well as the wood processing and paper industries dominate. The country was able to diversify its production by processing and refining sugar cane (including beverage production and ethanol production). There is also the textile, metalworking and chemical industries. The most important industrial locations are in and around Manzini and Mbabane.
The mountain landscape of the Hochveld in the west of the country, the pleasant climate here and several game reserves offer good conditions for tourism. Eswatini originally belonged to the “pleasure periphery” (casinos, red light offers), which arose in the 1980s in the area around the Republic of South Africa and its restrictive legislation (especially between Mbabane and Manzini).
The railway has a route length of around 300 km with a connection to the coast of South Africa (Durban, Richards Bay) and Mozambique (Maputo) and is only used for freight traffic. The foreign trade goods are mainly transported to the ports of Maputo and Richards Bay. The road network covers around 3,594 km, of which around 1,080 km are paved. In 2014, a new international airport was opened about 45 km east of Manzini.