Dispute Prevention

Mbabane, Eswatini

+268 2404 8877/8



CMAC is offering trainings to its users and social partners. The training is customized to suit needs and varies from half-day presentations to three-day workshops. The training is designed for all users of the CMAC including union officials and shop stewards, employer organisation representatives, legal practitioners and HR/IR managers. Training is facilitated by experienced and specifically capacitated CMAC commissioners.



3. OUTREACH PROGRAMMES – (In terms of new strategy)
The Commissions’ Legal and Training Department offers a range of support services to trade unionists, advice officers, managers and workers. From small beginnings involving a few workshops, these services now deliver a multitude of activities each year, reaching companies all over Eswatini.
The focus of the services is on capacity building, information sharing, awareness-raising and problem-solving.

To educate and inform social partners on the latest developments in contemporary labour law; the Commission through the publication of weekly articles disseminates and shares information on any topical issues in the labour sphere. These articles are occasionally published in our Saturday News Publication – The Swazi news and also periodically compiled into booklet for research purposes.

5. Resources (Legislation, CMAC Rules, Codes of Good Practice)

  1. The Employment Act, 1980 (as amended)
  2. The Industrial Relations Act, 2000 (as amended)
  3. When a report of dispute form is received by any other means, with proof of service on the other party;
  4. Code of good practice
  5. CMAC Rules
  6. Workmen’s Compensation Act no7 of 1983
  7. The wages Act of 1964
  8. The retirement Fund Act No.5 2005
  9. The Environment Management Act No.5/2002

For Speedy Dispute Resolution