King Mswati III:has 13 wives and 27 children they are:
Inkhosikati LaMatsebula—Ritual wife. Has a degree in education. Son: Prince Scalo
Inkhosikati LaMotsa—Ritual wife. UNDP Goodwill Ambassador since 1996. Son: Prince Majaha
1986 Inkhosikati LaMbikiza—(born 16 June 1969 as Sibonelo Mngomezulu) Daughter of Percy Mngomezulu; an advocate, received her degree from UNISA. LaMbikiza is involved in the Swazi Royal Initiative to Combat AIDS (RICA). The initiative involves the recording of songs by Swazi, South African and international artists and the proceeds of the sales are allocated to programmes aimed at helping people affected by AIDS. Daughter: Princess Sikhanyiso Dlamini (1987) Son: Prince Lindaninkosi Dlamini (Lindani) (1989)
Inkhosikati LaNgangaza —(born Carol Dlamini) Daughter: Princess Temaswati Dlamini (1988) Daughter: Princess Tiyandza Dlamini Daughter: Princess Tebukhosi Dlamini
Putsoana Hwala—(born 1974 ??) Known as Inkhosikati LaHwala She left the king on June 24, 2004 and moved to South Africa.Son: Prince Bandzile Daughter: Princess Sibahle
Delisa Magwaza—(born 1974 ??) Known as Inkhosikati LaMagwaza. She also left the king in 2004, after having an affair. Daughter: Princess Temtsimba Dlamini Daughter: Princess Sakhizwe Dlamini
August 2000 Inkhosikati LaMasango—(born 1981 ?? as Senteni Masango)
May 2002 Inkhosikati LaGija—(born Angel Dlamini)
June 2002 Inkhosikati LaMagongo—(born Nontsetselo Magongo) Niece of Chief Mlobokazana Fakudze, Chief at Mgazini. Son: Prince Mcwasho (2002)
November 2002 Inkhosikati LaMahlangu—(born 1984 as Zena Soraya Mahlangu) 18-year-old High School student Zena Mahlangu disappeared from her school on 9 October 2002. Her mother, Lindiwe Dlamini, learnt that her daughter had been taken by two men, Qethuka Sgombeni Dlamini and Tulujani Sikhondze, and reported the matter to the police. She was told that her daughter was at the Royal Palace at Ludzidzini and had been "assigned Royal duties". She demanded that her daughter be returned to her custody, and threatened to sue. Zena was 18 and had agreed to be taken by the King, but remained silent. The matter went to the High Court, but Swaziland Attorney-General Phesheya Dlamini intervened. Mahlangu was announced as engaged to King Mswati in November, and she stayed at the Royal Palace. She was officially made King Mswati's bride in a traditional marriage ceremony in May 2004 and the mother officially dropped the case after it became clear that Zena had gone to the palace of her own free will and had no intention of returning home because she considered herself to be in love with the King. Son: Prince Saziwangaye (2004)
May 2005 Inkhosikati LaNtentesa (born 1981 Noliqhwa Ayanda Ntentesa), betrothed November 2002, married in a traditional function held at Ludzidzini Royal Residence May 26, 2005.
June 2005 Inkhosikati LaDube (born Nothando Dube) a Miss Teen Swaziland finalist at age 16, chosen at the Umhlanga (Reed Dance) ceremony on August 30, 2004 while she was a grade 9 pupil at Mater Dorolosa High School. Married 11 June 2005. Daughter: Princess Makhosothando (2005)
14 April 2007 Inkhosikati LaNkambule (born Phindile Nkambule), chosen at the Umhlanga (Reed Dance) ceremony in 2005.
January 2005 Colile Nosipho Magagula (Titi)  at age 17.
September 2005 Phindile Nkambule  at age 17.