The Swaziland (eSwatini) Government is looking to cut 3,000 public service jobs and there could be no salary review this year, as the kingdom’s economy continues in free-fall.
At present the public service salary bill is thought to amount to about 35 percent of the kingdom’s government’s annual budget.
Trade unions say they were given this news at a negotiation meeting on Wednesday (7 April 2021).
The eSwatini Observer, a newspaper in effect owned by the absolute monarch King Mswati III,…
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