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  6. http://wsws.org/articles/2012/jun2012/wkrs-j01.shtml

    Swaziland’s public transport drivers resume strike

    Public transport workers in the Swaziland Transport and Allied Workers Union (STAWU) resumed their strike Tuesday in the city of Manzini, despite a court order prohibiting action. They are protesting the municipal authorities’ attempts to make them use the Satellite bus rank, which they say is losing them money.

    Drivers and conductors confronted police at the rank, but were eventually dispersed by riot police.

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    Swaziland teachers ballot for strike

    Teachers in the Swaziland National Association of Teachers (SNAT) began balloting Thursday for strike action on June 14. A mass meeting had been scheduled to discuss the proposed action. SNAT is calling for a 4.5 percent cost-of-living adjustment.

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