Since the Emalangeni was introduced on 6th September 1974, the Central Bank of Swaziland has been issuing the country with their very own banknotes and coins. Gaining and maintaining public confidence in the currency is a key role of the Central Bank of Swaziland and one which is essential to the proper functioning of the economy. This is a role which the Bank takes very seriously. The Central Bank of Swaziland aims to always have only good quality banknotes in circulation. This helps to maintain confidence in Swaziland’s currency by making it more difficult for counterfeit banknotes to be passed or remain in circulation.
Swaziland’s banknotes are produced and coins minted in Germany and, therefore, imported into the country.
Central Bank of Swaziland
Mbabane, Swaziland (H100)
Tel: [+268] 2408 2000
Fax: [+268] 2404 0063