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Matsapha Business Directory: Stimulating Business Economic Growth

Matsapha Town Council through its Local Economic Development activities successfully launched the Matsapha Business Directory at the 2019 Eswatini International...
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Matsapha Business Directory: Stimulating Business Economic Growth

New Matsapha Depot Ablutions Ready For Use

Matsapha Town Council Chairperson, Cllr Alice Russo, officially opened the Matsapha Town Council’s Depot Ablutions, yesterday, on the 18th of...
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New Matsapha Depot Ablutions Ready For Use

Council’s “No Stray Dog” Campaign

The 28th of September is internationally recognised as World Rabies Day. In recognition of this day, Council has partnered with...
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Council’s “No Stray Dog” Campaign

Warning Against Theft and Vandalism of Electrical Infrastructure

Matsapha Town Council warns against the rise of vandalism and theft of the electrical infrastructure. The Council has experienced a...
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Warning Against Theft and Vandalism of Electrical Infrastructure

More AID For Mozambique Through #Everydropcounts

Although some months have passed since Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique, the severity of the distraction still calls for more help...
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More AID For Mozambique Through #Everydropcounts

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Welcome to Matsapha, Eswatini’s investment hub!

Matsapha is a town situated in the Manzini region, located near Manzini. It is the largest industrial site of its kind in The Kingdom of Eswatini, housing factories, warehouses and shopping centres. The urban space also houses schools, residential areas, like the Tubungu Estate as well as farms. The setting of the town allows Matsapha to be a liveable area where all human necessities are available within the urban space.

Our Vision

“To make Matsapha a livable and sustainable investment Town.” The municipality’s determination comes from its desire to be a livable and sustainable investment town.

Matsapha, The Kingdom’s investment hub!

Matsapha Town Council, was declared a Town Council in 2012, under governed under the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development. The town has been divided according to 6 wards, some of which are residential and businesses sites. Matsapha Town Council is formed by a local authority with a body of corporate status establisehed by the Urban Government Act, 1969, and… Read more