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    Sabot workers go for 8 months without pay



    SYDNEY MUBAIWA
    MWENEZI BUREAU

    MWENEZI
    – Workers employed by Sabot, a crocodile rearing company in Mwenezi have allegedly gone for eight months without a salary.
    The workers who spoke to The Mirror on condition of anonymity said they have become destitute with some workers having been evicted from the houses they rent.
    They said they could not afford to pay fees for their children or buy food for themselves and their families.
    They allegedly have not been paid since November last year.
    The company Human Resources Manager, Tavonga Tivairai could not be reached on his mobile as it went unanswered for two days.
    "It is now 8 months without receiving our full salaries from the company.
    "Some of us no longer have access to medical service. Our children are not going to school because we can not pay their (school) fees ", said one employee who declined to be named.
    "No landlord now wants a worker from the Sabot company as tenants because we can't afford to pay rent on time," fumed another worker. 
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