Madison was one of the most important decisions in U. The Democratic-Republican victory in the election began a long run of Republican political success. In the view of Gouverneur Morris, a Federalist senator from New York, this created an independent judiciary necessary "to save the people from their most dangerous enemy, themselves.
The first government of King Sobhuza II was headed by a member of the royal family, Prime Minister Prince Makhosini Dlamini, the leader of the Imbokodvo National Movement INM ; the cabinet consisted overwhelmingly of aristocrats, while a white finance minister reflected settler interests and some members of the cabinet were businessmen or professionals Levin The government thus largely reflected the power that had been accumulated by the monarchy and the traditional aristocracy and excluded the growing middle and working classes that had voted for the opposition and the peasants who had provided the INM with its overwhelming victory Booth Labour policy after independence continued to privilege the interests of industry owners over those of workers, for union activity remained tightly controlled, the grievance indvuna system that had resulted in the strikes was reintroduced and state-established wage boards were dominated by government and management Levin The number of registered unions declined from 15 to nine; employers preferred to work through works councils, while the aristocracy favoured the indvuna system and the state discouraged trade unionism Levin87, 88; Macmillan, As a result, "Between and the real living standards of the working class declined significantly.
More than half of the labour force was faced with constant or declining money wages. The government followed an aggressive policy of Africanisation in the public and private sectors and, concomitant to that, expanded the educational system rapidly, to broaden its support in the middle classes Booth70; Levin New schools were built and teacher training was increased Booth Inthe University College of Swaziland opened Booth The policy of Africanisation and educational expansion led to declines in standards in the civil service and examination pass rates for students Booth58, Even so, the growth of the education sector could not keep pace with population growth Booth The income from mineral rights was augmented by loans facilitated by the UN and the Commonwealth and used in joint ventures, share acquisitions and land purchases to create ventures that were run as private firms Levin85, 86; Macmillan, The operations of Tibiyo Taka Ngwane were not made accountable to Parliament and were not open to public scrutiny Levin A continual grievance, unresolved as yet, was the loss of huge tracts Swazi territory to the Boers in the 19th century, which later became part of South Africa Booth Europeans owned almost all of the title deed land, the most productive and best developed part of the country, and the selling prices for this land was greatly inflated by speculative activities Booth71; Levin The British government refused to finance the repurchase of the land Booth The Land Speculation Control Act of attempted to make this land available for Swazi purchase by bringing down the prices through control measures that included a control board to govern land sales to non-Swazi citizens and the confiscation of the portion of a land sale regarded as the result of speculation Levin94; Booth The settlers vigorously opposed the measures since they threatened a collapse in land values in the short term and increased the risks involved in capital investment for future economic development over the longer term Booth These fears did not materialise since the Land Control Board did not hamper sales to foreign investors and capital continued to flow in, but it did not benefit the land-hungry peasantry, who still could not afford to buy land, but rather Tibiyo Taka Ngwane and small numbers of Swazi capitalist farmers Booth71; Levin86, Since the bulk of the population was rural and concentrated on the Swazi Nation Land, in the Rural Development Areas Programme was initiated to improve the income of peasants on Swazi National Land by adding elements of commercial production to subsistence farming, with financial aid from Britain, the World Bank and other donors Levin, Despite large investments only marginal gains were made at very high costs and the project wound down in LevinBooth In the year proceeding the election the opposition Ngwane National Liberatory Congress NNLC split over plans to centralise leadership and make Dr Ambrose Zwane president for life, but Zwane managed to gain control over the main faction Booth70; LevinWrits, injunctions and other powers.
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