Mr. Sibusiso Motsa welcomes you to the Swaziland Competition Commission. SCC was established in 2007 to foster competition within Swaziland's economy by controlling anti-competitive trade practices, mergers and acquisitions, protecting consumer welfare and providing for an institutional mechanism for implementing these objectives. The commission monitors, regulates, controls and prevents acts or behaviors which are likely to adversely affect the climate for competition within the country.
Our functions include investigations associated with the conduct of business and mergers, the provision of information for the guidance of consumers regarding their rights, the publication of reports and studies regarding the operation of the Act, advising the Minister on matters relating to the Commission, and cooperating with regional and international bodies engaged in the enforcement of competition law and the promotion of a competition culture.
The Competition Act No. 8, of 2007 outlines in detail the complete charter for the Commission.
Langa is the Acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the
Swaziland Competition Commission and Legal Advisor to the
Swaziland Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Trade.
Previously she was a member of the Commission’s Board of
Commissioners. Ms. Langa has a background in Legislative
Drafting and International Legal Studies. Prior to joining
the SCC, she worked in the Litigation Department of the
Swaziland Attorney General’s Office, and later in the
Drafting Department as Senior Parliamentary Draftsperson
responsible for subsidiary and primary legislation. Ms.
Langa holds B.Soc. and L.L.B. degrees from the University of
Cape Town, a Masters in Legislative Drafting from the
University of the West Indies (Cave Hill Campus) and an
L.L.M. from the Georgetown University Law Center.
The Swaziland Competition Commission (SCC) is a statutory
body charged with the administration and enforcement of
the Swaziland Competition Act of 2007. The mission of the
SCC is to strengthen the nation’s economy by promoting and
securing robust economic competition and consumer
protection. Through our enforcement of competition and
consumer protection policies we seek to ensure better
product quality, lower prices, and overall, the enhanced
welfare of Swaziland Citizens
Swaziland is truly a land of opportunity for investors
looking to expand their operations abroad. We consider our
country an emerging economy with significant opportunities
in agriculture and textiles. There are also considerable
prospects in other industries.
We provide support services for local and regional
business owners seeking assistance in establishing or
expanding their firms.
Industry & Workforce
We are focused on economic development sustained by
healthy competition in industry. We want to see our citizens
enabled with the skill set for today’s jobs and we want
businesses to hire and continue to develop quality workers.