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    Mimosa Mine to sell 1 000 houses to workers


    ELIZABETH MASHIRI
    MIDLANDS BUREAU

    ZVISHAVANE
    – Mimosa Mining Company has stepped up its social corporate responsibility by announcing that it is selling away more than 1 000 company houses to workers who are staying there.
    There will be no deposit for those houses.
    Mimosa executive chairman Winston Chitando announced the good news at a the company's long service awards ceremony attended by hundreds of people at the Mine site on Friday last week.
    The company is looking at giving away more than 1 000 houses in Platinum Park, Lot 4, Eastlea and Lot 2.
    Chitando said he had an important meeting with company management and the workers committee where they made an important decision to give away more than 1000 houses to its workers.
    "Today as I was waiting to have this event l had a lot of meetings one of which was to communicate an important decision which has been made and will go a long way to the empowerment of workers.
    "We are selling all houses in Zvishavane to Mimosa family and anyone who is living in a Mimosa company house, the house will become his or hers.
    "The process will take at least 12 to 18 months and we are partnering with FBC. This is a way of empowering our workers and the houses will be sold on zero deposit and zero money transfer fees.
    'Kungonosayina mapepa chete," said Chitando to workers who were pleasantly surprised by the development.
    He said that he was announcing the issue on the most important day for the company, where the corporation was honouring its workers.Business news
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