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    Thursday, 3 January 2019

    10 workers bid farewell to Masvingo City

    •  68 get long service awards

    Masvingo Mayor, Collen Maboke ( in suit) hands over a 
    cheque to one of the long serving employees, looking on 
    to his right is Masvingo Town Clerk Adolf Gusha
    and Ward 1 councillor Selina Maridza 

    SAMANTHA MAKHAZA

    MASVINGO –
    Ten employees have retired from Masvingo City Council this last November after reaching the mandatory age of 65 years.
    A farewell party was thrown for the retirees on Friday at Masvingo Civic Centre and the workers who are taking their rest are Gladman Mapayike,David Shamba, Fobias Mhande, Thomas Manyumwa, Ernest Geza, Cuthbert Gaga, Jeremiah Magenga, Francis Svinurai and Leocardia Uriga.
    The farewell was attended by the Mayor Collen Maboke, Adolf Gusha the Town Clerk and representatives of two workers’ unions namely Zimbabwe Urban Councils Workers’ Union (ZUCWU) and Zimbabwe Urban and Rural Councils Workers’ Union (ZURCWU).
    The City Council gave the retirees certificates, cups and ties while the Unions gave their members cheques but did not disclose how much was involved.
    Meanwhile council also honored 68 employees who have served the authority for 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 and the longest serving has been with the local authority for 40 years. They received cash prizes for their loyalty to the organization.
    Maboke thanked those who have retired for serving the local authority well and hopes that those that are left behind will do the same.
    Joseph Rungwe from the ZURCWU appreciated the local authority for honouring the workers. He hailed both long serving workers and the retirees for being disciplined throughout their service as the Unions never attended a hearing for anyone of them.

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