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Eswatini Observer among ‘State’ institutions announcing delay in the payment of salaries amid financial constraints.

Wednesday, 21st February, 2024

MBABANE:Sam Malale, the Human Resources Officer of the ‘State’ owned eSwatini Observer(Pty) Ltd has written a memo addressed to employees,and informing them about a delay in the payment of salaries for this month of February 2024.

“This memo serves to inform you that salaries will be delayed. Management is working hard to resolve the situation.We are projecting the furthest date being Friday 23rd,but that furthest date can be improved upon,if all the hard work happening behind the scenes bear fruitful results as we believe it should”,reads the memo in part.

Mbongeni Mbingo,the Managing editor of the eSwatini Observer had not responded at the time of compiling this report.

On another note,the newspaper is among other State institutions that include the University of eSwatini(UNESWA) and the Southern African Nazarene University(SANU) where salaries were delayed amid financial constraints.


Eswatini Observer among ‘State’ institutions announcing delay in the payment of salaries amid financial constraints.
A memo from the eSwatini Observer announcing a delay in the payment of salaries.