Yebo was established in 2010 by local artists Pete, Aleta & Dane Armstrong. The goal was to set up a contemporary art gallery that showcased the best of Swazi art and design, while breaking away from old-fashioned stereotypes of African art.

Yebo works with the most talented professional and emerging artists in Swaziland, giving them the opportunity to gain wider domestic and international recognition.

The vision for the next five years is to focus on environmental and social challenges, using art as a tool to tackle issues including climate change, women’s rights and youth unemployment.