‘Sort out fam­ily prob­lems’

Swazi Observer - - NATIONAL NEWS - Sto­ries by Mbono Md­luli Mba­bane

STAFF mem­bers of the Deputy Prime Min­is­ter’s of­fice have been ad­vised to avoid hav­ing prob­lems in their re­spec­tive fam­i­lies.

This was said by DPM Themba Masuku on Wed­nes­day when he met them at his of­fices in Mba­bane.

Masuku said the staff mem­bers at his of­fice were the ones tasked with an im­por­tant as­sign­ment of en­sur­ing that they pro­tect vul­ner­a­ble groups, from any form of abuse.

“It would be dis­cour­ag­ing and dis­ap­point­ing to learn that some or all of the staff mem­bers at the DPMO leave their prob­lems unat­tended un­til they af­fect their work,” he said.

Masuku said as wel­fare agents at the DPMO, work­ers should be the first to show how prob­lems are solved when they sur­face.

Masuku said the work­ers were lucky be­cause they had so many so­cial work­ers in their midst, who could deal with their prob­lems.

This would then en­able the work­ers to deal with the prob­lems faced by the gen­eral pub­lic.

MAKE DUE: DPM Themba Masuku.

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