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The new Minister of Public Works and Transport, the Honourable Chief Ndlaluhlaza Ndwandwe, was on Tuesday, 6 November 2018 sworn into office at the Cabinet Offices in Hospital Hill, Mbabane.

Ndwandwe was sworn in alongside his wife who held the Bible for him followed by Deputy Prime Minister -Themba Nhlanganiso Masuku and the rest of Cabinet in an event attended by, amongst others, Prime Minister Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini, former Prime Minister Dr Absalom Themba Dlamini and other dignitaries.

Attorney General Sifiso Mashampu Khumalo directed the swearing in.

The Minister for Public Works and Transport, Chief Ndlaluhlaza Ndwandwe, has completed his familiarization tour which he undertook with an aim of meeting depots staff and introducing himself.

The tour started off at Mbabane Central Transport Administration where the Minister was introduced to the operations of CTA with representatives of the Mbabane Buildings, Mbabane Road Transportation Department and Roads Department saying a few words of welcome, each resounding the other in promising a good working relationship with the Minister as he embarked on his duties.

A similar routine followed at the Nhlangano, Siteki, Pigg’s Peak, Manzini and Matsapha regional depots.

Leading the Minister were Heads of Departments from the Ministry of Public Works and heads of the depots.

The Minister also had introductory meetings with the Ministry’s parastatals; Eswatini Civil Aviation Authority (ESWACAA), Eswatini Railway, Construction Industry Council and Royal Eswatini National Airways Corporation.

Honourable Chief Ndlaluhlaza Ndwandwe officially sworn in as Minister of Public Works and Transport 

 

 

The new Minister of Public Works and Transport, the Honourable Chief Ndlaluhlaza Ndwandwe, was on Tuesday, 6 November 2018 sworn into office at the Cabinet Offices in Hospital Hill, Mbabane.

Ndwandwe was sworn in alongside his wife who held the Bible for him followed by Deputy Prime Minister -Themba Nhlanganiso Masuku and the rest of Cabinet in an event attended by, amongst others, Prime Minister Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini, former Prime Minister Dr Absalom Themba Dlamini and other dignitaries.

Attorney General Sifiso Mashampu Khumalo directed the swearing in.

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