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MISSION

To ensure   Public Service is a qualitative, responsive, meritorious, and of the right size to support national development challenges, bearing in mind National Priorities and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

VISION

To transform the Public Service in an efficient, effective, lean and
Responsive machinery for good governance and national development by 2022.

OBJECTIVES


The ministry has five broad objectives and they are:

  • To attain effective general public service management.
  • Performance improvement.
  • To attain effective development and utilization of human resources.
  • To attain effective general public service management.
  • Performance improvement.
  • To attain effective development and utilization of human resources.
  • To promote ethics and accountability.
  • To determine and maintain the right size and cost of the public service.

THE MINISTRY AIMS AT:

  • Promoting a culture of and commitment to public duty by ensuring effective public service management.

PORTFOLIO RESPONSIBILITIES:

General Public Service Management

  • Advocacy and promotion of an environment to foster, accountability and transparent Government service-wide.
  • Public Service Management, including service improvement programme, ethics, & accountability, economy and effectiveness.
  • Performance Monitoring and Productivity Improvement in the Public Service.
  • Public Sector HIV and AIDS Coordinating response.

Public Sector Reform

  • Public Service Human Resources Management.
  • Public  Service Resource Development
  • Management Services.

Boards and Commissions

Public Service Pension Fund (PSPF).
Civil Service Commission- Recruitment, Selection, Placement & Promotion

MINISTER:

Hon. Owen  Nxumalo

PRINCIPAL SECRETARY:

Mr Evart Madlopha

UNDER SECRETARY-PA:

Mrs Constance Thulie Vilakati

UNDER SECRETARY- HRD:

Mr . Nhlanhla  Mnisi

 


Management Services Division

The Management Services Division (MSD) was created by Establishment Circular No. 8 of 1971 following a recommendation to establish such a section by Chief Udoji who was commissioned to review the training and localization of the Swaziland Civil Service. The division was established as a unit under the then Department of Establishment and Training, which was part of the Prime Minister's Office.

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Civil Service Commission (CSC)

The Civil Service Commission (CSC) was established under Section 186 of the Constitution. This section together with Section 187 stipulates the function of the Commission, i.e. Appointments , Acting Appointments, Confirmations, Secondments, Promotions, Transferes, Discipline, Dismissals, and Termination of appointments.

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Human Resource and Administration

Staffing and Compliments: The purpose of this section is to provide quality services that are efficient and of excellent standard to all Ministries, Departments and individual employees by formulating and implementing Human Resource Policies that enhance professional growth and improve the welfare of government employees.

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SWAZILAND INSTITUTION OF MANAGEMENT AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (SIMPA)

The Swaziland Institute of Management and Public Administration (SIMPA) was established in 1965, three years prior to independence in 1968. Currently the Institute is expected to contribute to the raising of performance standards, productivity, effeciency and effectiveness of primarily the whole public service; carry out

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Human Resource Development

The Human Resources and Development Department, which used to be called the Manpower Development Department was part and parcel of the then Department of Establishments and Training which was established to cater for the training and development of all public servants, and was also responsible for Localisation in the country. The functions of the Department include, ...

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PUBLIC SECTOR HIV/AIDS COODINATIONG COMMITTEE (PSHACC)

The Swaziland Institute of Management and Public Administration (SIMPA) was established in 1965, three years prior to independence in 1968. Currently the Institute is expected to contribute to the raising of performance standards, productivity, effeciency and effectiveness of primarily the whole public service; carry out

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