- SWAZILAND, a gateway to Africa and African Market
Kingdom of Swaziland is distinguished from all other African countries as there is a “Continuity” of policies in the government. Swaziland is country where the Kingship is loved and deeply respected by it’s citizens. People love their King. Swaziland is governed under a form of constitutional monarchy.
King Mswati III is the ruler and head of the state (since 25th April 1986) while Prime Minister Barnabas Sibusiso Dlamini is head of government (since 16 October, 2008)
Swaziland is very neat and clean country. Cleanliness, Zero Crime rate, Strategic location, Lavish green mountains, tax incentives, easy business set up procedure, swift approval of work permits for businessmen, and climate (10° C to 25C°) are the Top reasons to attract the international investors/businessmen.
Many businessmen from Middle East (specially from Egypt, Iran, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Syria and UAE) Sub-Continent ( Specially from Pakistan and India) andSouth East Asia/Far East (Specially from Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar and Australia) wants to start business in Africa.
Africa is very BIG MARKET which has too much potential in every sector. When the matters comes for the relocation or business set up then every businessman needs security and peace of mind regarding his/her investment in a foreign country. Kingdom of Swaziland is the BEST COUNTRY for any type of business in any sector.
Kingdom of Swaziland is FULL of natural resources. It has big reserves ofDiamond, Gold, Iron, Coal and many other precious minerals.
Mining sector is still waiting for International Investors to “Come and Explore Swaziland”. There are many “easy to explore” mines are waiting for investors.
Agriculture and Manufacturing sector is also waiting for International Investors. Manufacturing sector can be a very successful business for any International investor as the skilled/unskilled labour is very cheap in Swaziland.
Commodities sector has a great potential. There is a requirement of many new shopping malls and stores as the economy of Swaziland is continuously growing day by day.
Food and Beverage sector is also looking for investment. Still many famous brands ( for example MacDonald, Sub-way, AFC, Pizza Hut) are yet to be opened. Investment is this sector from small or medium scale investors can be a very very successful in return.
Durban (South African port) is directly linked with Matsapha (Swaziland) through railway.
If you are a businessman from any above mentioned country, QADKAM Limited is the right option for you to start business in South African neighbouring country Swaziland.
Swazi nation is WELL RESPECTED nation in the world. Swazi Passport holders don’t need to apply prior visa for many countries even for Ireland, South Korea, South Africa, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia. Swaziland Work Permit holders also can visit many countries with less requirements of visa for many countries to expand their Swazi business into other parts of the world.
Swaziland Work Permit
Swaziland Government warmly welcomes the Foreigner Investors. Government has taken many steps to facilitate the International Investors/Businessmen. Once you have registered a company in Swaziland, you can apply Work Permit as “Company Director”. As, Swaziland has limited diplomatic representation, the work permits for Businessmen/Investors are approved Directly by Immigration Department in Mbabane, Swaziland.
Once a work permit has been approved, you may collect your Work Permit approval letter DIRECTLY from QADKAM Sdn Bhd office Malaysia and then can travel to Swaziland without any issue. Furthermore, once your work permit has already been approved, you may get “Stamped Visa” from Swaziland embassy in Malaysia where QADKAM also has it’s corporate office to facilitate it’s clients to explore the business opportunities in Swaziland.
Please note; Swaziland embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is also designated for Bangladesh, Iran, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
So, QADKAM Sdn Bhd, Malaysia is the right place for those who are from Bangladesh, Iran, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka and are interested to register a company in Swaziland to explore the best business potential in African continent.
QADKAM may assist you to obtain Work Permits for company Directors in Swaziland through a very swift and legal way with100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
For immigration considerations, there is a need to submit work/residence entry Permit application to the Ministry of Home Affairs, Swaziland.
For applying Swaziland Work Permit as investors, the following documents need to be submitted:-
A completed Form (Form 3)
- Medical certificate (Form 19)
- Certificate of incorporation
- Form J (list of Directors)
- Form C (list of shareholders)
- Memorandum of articles and association
- Covering Letter;
- Two passport size photos; and
- Police Clearance from home country
- Certified copy of passport
- Lease Agreements
There are several different classes of entry permits for people wishing to live in Swaziland, and for investors the classes are as follows:
Class D – agriculture and animal husbandry
Class E – prospecting for minerals or mining
Class F – trade, business or non-prescribed profession
Class G – manufacturing
Class H – prescribed professions
Class D applications should submit necessary permits to the Ministry of Agriculture and Co-operatives, Class E applications must have a mining right license from the Department of Geological Surveys and Mines, while Class F and G applications must furnish a Trading License.
At the time of submissions for Swaziland Work Permit application, the applicant will receive a dated receipt to help track applications; there is currently no application fee. At this point, the Ministry forwards the application to the police to ensure that the applicant has no criminal record. Once cleared by the police, the application goes to the Training and Localization Committee. Subsequently, the application goes to the Temporary Residence Permit Committee which makes the decision on the applicant. This committee includes officials from the Ministries of Home Affairs, Enterprise and Employment, and Justice. The Ministry of Enterprise and Employment is responsible for judging whether the business is viable and may require a business plan and interview to ask questions regarding the proposed business.
Once the Committee makes its decision, the Ministry writes a letter to the applicant. The applicant then goes to the Ministry’s accounts office to pay for the Permit. The Permit must then be signed by the Chief Immigration Officer and the Accounts office. If the application is complete, the Ministry’s target is to issue entry permits within two to three (2-3) weeks.
Entry permits are granted for periods up to five (5) years although the applicant should justify the request. This justification can be based on the level of exports or jobs to be created, or because a commercial bank refuses to provide a loan to those with only a two-year entry permit. In general, most applicants – both investors and employees – receive a two-year permit.
Entry Permit fees are as follows:-
one year – E1200 / US$169.01
two years – E2400 / US$338.02
The fees are the same for renewals.
If you regsiter a company through QADKAM, thern feel FREE. Our professional fee includes the Work Permit for Company Directors.
Swaziland is a landlocked country bordering to South Africa. Swazi nation is well respected nation in the world and if you hold Swazi citizenship, you can enter into South Africa without any visa restriction if carrying your travel document/passport.
Swaziland has very close relationship with South Africa even it’s currency is also linked to South African “Rand”.
VISA FREE/ON ARRIVAL VISA FOR SWAZIS
Swazi passport holders have on arrival/visa free entry into many countries.
IRELAND, GEORGIA, MALAYSIA, SINGAPORE, SOUTH KOREA issues on arrival visa to Swazis. Please contact directly to your destination country for updated information.
- Botswana 90 days
- Burundi Visa issued upon arrival
- Cape Verde Visa issued upon arrival
- Comoros Visa issued upon arrival
- Djibouti 10 day (DJF 3,000) or 1 month (DJF 5,000) visa issued upon arrival
- Egypt 14 day visa issued upon arrival for visiting South Sinal resorts
- Kenya 3 months
- Lesotho 14 days
- Madagascar 90 day visa issued upon arrival for MGA 140,000
- Malawi 90 days
- Mauritius 60 days (tourist) or 90 days (business)
- Mozambique 1 month
- Namibia 3 months
- Seychelles 1 month
- South Africa 30 days
- Togo 7 day visa issued upon arrival
- Uganda 6 months
- Zambia 90 days
- Zimbabwe 3 months
- Anguilla 3 months
- Antigua and Barbuda 1 month
- Bahamas 3 months
- Barbados 6 months
- Belize 1 month
- British Virgin Islands 30 days Elamangeni 900 for the visa
- Cayman Islands 30 days
- Dominica 21 days
- Ecuador 90 days
- Grenada 3 months
- Haiti 3 months
- Jamaica 6 months
- Montserrat 3 months
- Saint Kitts and Nevis 3 months
- Saint Lucia 6 week visa issued upon arrival for $50
- Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1 month
- Trinidad and Tobago 90 days
- Turks and Caicos Islands 30 days
- Armenia 120 day visa issued on arrival for AMD 15,000 
- Azerbaijan 30 day visa issued upon arrival for $100
- Bangladesh 90 day visa issued upon arrival for $50 (available at Dhaka Shahjalal International Airport)
- Cambodia 30 day visa issued upon arrival for $20 (tourist) or $25 (business)
- Georgia Visa issued upon arrival (available at airports)
- Hong Kong 90 days
- Israel 3 months
- Kuwait Visa issued upon arrival (90 days)
- Laos 15 day visa issued upon arrival for $30
- Macau 30 day visa isseud upon arrival
- Malaysia 2 months
- Maldives 30 days
- Philippines 21 days
- Singapore 30 days
- South Korea 30 days
- Syria Visa issued upon arrival
- Timor-Leste 30 day visa issued upon arrival for $30
- Ireland 3 months
- Kosovo 90 days
- Cook Islands 31 days (tourist) or 21 days (business)
- Fiji 4 months
- Federated States of Micronesia 30 days
- Nauru 30 days
- Niue 30 days
- Palau 30 days
- Western Samoa 60 days
- Tuvalu 1 month
- Vanuatu 30 days