Swaziland Posts and Telecommunications

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Swaziland Posts and Telecommunications Corporation
Type ~
Industry Postal service
Telecommunications
Founded April 1986
Headquarters Mbabane
Key people Senator Winnie Nxumalo-Magagula, Chairman of the Board
Mr Vusumuzi Mkhumane, Managing Director
Mrs Tebogo Fruhwirth, Corporate Secretary and Legal Advisor
Mr Enock Dube, General Manager, Finance
Products Mail Services
Telecommuncations services
Internet services
Revenue ~
Employees ~ 800
Website http://www.sptc.co.sz/

Over the past 20 years, many African countries have split their state-owned post and telecom companies into two separate units. In Swaziland, Swaziland Posts and Telecommunications provides the two services under one corporate umbrella. The company, known as SPTC, is divided into two units: Swazi Post and Swazi Telecom.

The board of SPTC is responsible to Swaziland's Minister for Tourism, Environment and Communications. Swazi MTN, a subsidiary of MTN Telecom in South Africa, is a competitor to the company.

Swazi Post[edit]

The post division offers modern mail service, including its Phutfumani Couriers service.

Swazi Telecom[edit]

Swazi Telecom offers telecom and internet services. The company's website offers the Phone Spaza system for leasing phone lines for entrepreneurs who wish to offer telecommunication services to customers on a paying basis. The Lunyazi program is a wireless local loop service, offering wireless telephony and internet services on different service levels including Supercharge Lunyazi which provides integrated services digital network access at 144 kbit/s. The internet department offers web hosting, special school rates, and connection to Swazi.net priced on the basis of speed of connection.

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