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Swaziland Posts and Telecommunications Corporation

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IndustryPostal benefit

Media communications

FoundedApril 1986

HeadquartersMbabane

Key individuals

Congressperson 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

ProductsMail Services

Telecommuncations administrations

Web administrations

Revenue~

Number of workers

~ 800

Websitehttp://www.sptc.co.sz/

In the course of recent years, numerous African nations have part their state-possessed post and telecom organizations into two separate units. In Swaziland, Swaziland Posts and Telecommunications gives the two administrations under one corporate umbrella. The organization, known as SPTC, is separated into two units: S…
Malawi Posts Corporation

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Malawi Posts Corporation

IndustryPostal organizations, budgetary organizations
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FoundedJune 2000; 18 years back

HeadquartersBlantyre, Malawi

Zone served

Malawi

ServicesLetter post, assign, cash related organizations

Websitemalawiposts.com

Malawi Posts Corporation (MPC) is the statutory organization responsible for the postal organization and some cash related organizations in Malawi.

Substance

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1Services

2History

3See as well

4References

Organizations

MPC runs 180 post work environments all through Malawi, and moreover gives organizations by methods for 154 postal workplaces. Mail transport times vary from 24 hour movement inside the urban networks to 5 days between commonplace post offices.[1] The post work environments may moreover give PO boxes and offer stationery.[2]

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