Teachers turn to SNAT Cooperative Society
MBABANE – Teachers want the SNAT Cooperative Society to help them cushion their slashed salaries.
Following news that government has lived up to its word to effect the no-work-no-pay rule, teachers have approached the Swaziland National Association of Teachers (SNAT) to persuade the SNAT Cooperative to give them their profits or savings. This was confirmed by SNAT Secretary General Muzi Mhlanga yesterday.
However, Mhlanga said those were suggestions which had been made by members.
"It’s premature. But members have made those suggestions," he said. Mhlanga said he did not believe that government had indeed cut their salaries.
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