Swaziland, a landlocked country located in Southern Africa between Mozambique and South Africa, is divided into four districts, with the royal and legislative capital in Lobamba and the administrative capital located in Mbabane. Granted independence from British rule in 1968, Swaziland is the world's last absolute monarchy. The official languages of Swaziland are English and SiSwati. The currency of Swaziland is the lilangeni (SZL), which is pegged to the South African rand.
The economy of Swaziland is dominated by the service industry, manufacturing, and agriculture, with approximately 70% of the population engaged in subsistence agriculture. Sugar, wood pulp, coal, and quarry stone are the main exports. Swaziland is heavily dependent on South Africa, from which it receives more than 90% of its imports and to which it sends 60% of its exports. Customs duties from the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) account for two-thirds of Swaziland's government revenues, and worker remittances from South Africa substantially supplement domestically earned income.
PwC Swaziland supports clients with the local knowledge, especially in the area of taxation, and skills of its people and with access to a broad range of other professionals across Africa and the PwC global network of firms. PwC has over 6,200 professionals in Africa with over 70 offices in 23 African countries, including Swaziland.