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Private sector to have direct interventions with Cabinet
By CASSANDRA SHAW on August 24,2011


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MBABANE – The business community will on Friday have an opportunity to pose questions to Cabinet ministers regarding matters affecting them, including the financial situation.
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This will be through an event hosted by the Federation of Swaziland Employers and Chamber of Commerce (FSE&CC) to be held at the Royal Villas starting at 7am. According to Fanele Chester of the FSE&CC, the breakfast meeting will be attended by the Prime Minister Sibusiso Dlamini and Cabinet ministers who include Minister of Finance Majozi Sithole and that of Commerce, Industry and Trade, Jabulile Mashwama.

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Times Newspaper "The meeting is an opportunity for business owners, employers and other members of the public to Media News ask Cabinet directly on matters affecting the business community. It is a respectful and productive News Article space where important issues are discussed on a first hand basis by relevant parties," she said. Chester explained that the agenda for the meeting was inclusive of a presentation by the PM on the different strategies by government to mediate the current situation. Focused "This includes an update on the Economic Recovery Strategy and the Fiscal Adjustment Roadmap," she added. Also to make a presentation is Dr Greg Mills, Director of the Brenthurst Foundation after listening to both government and business leaders’ deliberations. The Brenthurst Foundation’s activities are focused on encouraging key decision-makers and experts to share experiences and insights at private meetings and seminars, delivering relevant, practical policy advice to governments; and generating new thinking and thought-leadership to address Africa’s development challenges. Interested businesses and individuals can call the FSE&CC office for bookings. The cost is E270 per individual or E2 700 for a table of 10 while FSE&CC members pay E250 per person or E2 500 for a table.
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