He was speaking during the media launch of Mduduzi Nezinceku Zamagawugawu’s latest album held at the Greater Alpha Restaurant on Monday. He was delighted when he first heard that the South African artists imposed a cultural boycott because that meant the standard of music in the country was going to improve. Dlamini’s comments were accompanied by a round of applause from other local artists at the event. “Why do we keep on begging South African artists to come to the country when we have our own?” he wondered. “It is disheartening to hear our own radio station that should be promoting local artists promoting South African artists. “Let us use this cultural boycott to put Swazis first in every aspect. I would like to call on all the local radio stations to boycott South African artists,” he said. SBIS Director Percy Simelane was reported out of work.