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MessagePosté: Lun 17 Déc 2018 13:02
de Laf1986
Chambishi Metals on the Copperbelt Province has asked 30 percent of its work force to go on voluntary separation.

This is barely a few days after Mopani and Kalumbila announced plans to downsize labour due to operational costs.

The Mining firm has since summoned all mine unions for a meeting today to discuss the issue and the voluntary separation package.

Mine Workers Union of Zambia General Secretary, George Mumba says Chambishi has invited all unions for a meeting on Mionday.

Mr Mumba told ZNBC news in Kitwe that the MUZ will issue a comprehensive report on the matter once the meeting is done.

The Core business of Chambishi is in refining copper and cobalt, the majority of which is sourced from the Democratic Republic of Congo.