Swaziland Broadcasting and Information Service is the state owned broadcast and print information provider of Swaziland. It was founded in 1966 as a radio broadcaster, and was merged with print media in the early 1970s. It is a member of the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association. Since 1991 it has been under the Ministry of Broadcasting, Information and Tourism and is responsible for:
Radio and television broadcasting services;
Newspapers, magazines and other printed governmental publications;
Government information services including Internet;
Accreditation of foreign news reporters and correspondents operating in Swaziland.
Radio Swaziland is the state owned radio broadcast system in Swaziland. It was founded in 1966 and first broadcast on 19 April that year using a medium wave (MW) transmitter. It currently (2010) operates four FM transmitters, two in Mbabane and two in Manzini. It broadcasts in English at 91.6 MHz (Mbabane) and 93.6 MHz (Manzini). It broadcasts in Swazi at 88.5 MHz (Mbabane) and 105.2 MHz (Manzini).