The distinctive twin-peaks are clearly visible from the Malagwane Hill as the traveler descends from Mbabane into the Ezulwini Valley. The rock formations are named after the legendary beauty and mysterious Queen of Sheba from Ethiopia, who supposedly seduced King Solomon. The author J. Rider Haggard, who traveled through Swaziland as secretary to Sir Theophilus Shepstone in the 1880s, was inspired by the peaks and it is believed that he wrote his famous “King Solomon’s Mines” while staying at the private Kapola Estate. His lesser-known novel “She” was also inspired by the Queen of Sheba. Legend tells that Sheba’s Breasts are the site of King Solomon’s mines.
Summer Holiday In South Africa with Toke Makinwa, Bonang Matheba, Mai Atafo, Kelechi Amadi – Obi, Ameyaw Debra, Folu Storms, Sister Deborah
July 15, 2019