Ezulwini is situated along the Mbabane – Manzini corridor in the back drop of Mbabane, and the industrial town of Matsapha. Ezulwini was declared a town in November 1995 through Legal notice no.117 of 1995. The population of Ezulwini was estimated to be 8, 841 in 1998 and projected to be 10, 936 in 1999.
Ezulwini is situated in the Hhohho region of Eswatini, North West of the kingdom, with the climatic condition of cool to cold in winter and mild to warm in summer. Temperatures range between 10°C and 25°C in Winter and 15°C and 30°C in summer. These become ideal for the town to be considered the destination after one has toured the kingdom.
Ezulwini can be best described as a residential town with limited economic activity. For that reason, most of its residents work in neighbouring towns. The town is also host to a complex number of hotels and restaurants, a characteristic which makes Ezulwini a natural tourist centre of the country. The town also has a reputation of being an entertainment hub of the country. Ezulwini has only one primary school. This situation forces most children to attend school in neighbouring towns.
The Town Council
The board is governed by the Urban Government Act of 1969 and derives some of its powers from legislation including financial legislation, the Rating Act, The Building Act, Standing Orders and Council Procedures. Our vision as the town council of Ezulwini is to provide high quality residential, corporate, tourism friendly and green environment with the mission to provide the quality of life the community of Ezulwini through the provision of efficient services and infrastructure responsive to the needs of the people.
- The Public Procurement Act, 2011
- The Employment Act, 1980
- Industrial Relations Act, 2000
- The National Disaster Management Act, 2006
- The Urban Government Financial Act, 1969
- The Urban Government Elections Act, 1969
- The Market Regulations Act, 1970
- The Pounds Act, 1953
- Guidelines on Employment Contingency Measures