On a recent trip to Swaziland Jimbo and I were asked to check out the climbing potential.
An old friend of mine has a large property in the Ezulwini valley which backs on to Sheba's Breast mountain. We took a hike up to the top of the property to check out the granite cliffs. We didn't have a drill on us at the time but there is definitely potential for bolting several routes on the main cliffs (probably ranging through grades 15 to 22 or so), and then the potential for some much much harder stuff elsewhere (Jimbo got excited about an impossible looking line up the Elephant Rock).
Anyway - the owner of the land is a nice guy called Kim Roques who has a backpackers hostel and an international volunteer project office on the property - and he's looking to expand the range of activities currently on offer. He has tried his hand at climbing with Gustav in Boven, and is really keen to get some routes bolted on his cliffs. He has made suggestion that he will offer free accommodation at his backpacker lodge for anyone who wants to come and bolt some routes on his land (you'd have to bring your own drill and hardware).
If you're interested please contact Kim by email on: firstname.lastname@example.org