Owners of filling stations exposed

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The Petroleum and Allied Workers Union of Zambia has bemoaned the high levels of casualization at filling stations.

Union Regional Secretary Andford Daka says several proprietors of filling stations are refusing to have their workers represented by the labour movement hence making them pay their workers low wages.

 

 

Mr. Daka told ZNBC news in Kitwe that some filling station attendants are getting as low as 8-Hundred kwacha because of lack of representation by the labour movement.

He has revealed that through difficulties, his union has managed to attract 2 thousand members on the Copperbelt within a year of its presence in the province.

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