João Marcos, in Benguela
September 17, 2022 at 11:17 am
One hundred and seventy employees of the Caminhos-de-Ferro de Benguela (CFB), hired for maintenance work on the line, require placement in the permanent staff of the company before the arrival of the foreign consortium that will explore the transport of goods for 30 years, extendable by means of objectives, with an initial investment, according to data from the Ministry of Transport, of around 334 million US dollars, for infrastructure, rolling stock and various activities.
Young people posted six years ago between Benguela and Moxico, on a route of 1330 kilometers, publicly assume their concern, but the climate of insecurity, largely due to the reality prevailing at the Angolan Air Carrier and at the Bank of Commerce and Industry, extends to workers effective, found the NJ.
A source from the Human Resources area mentions, at the time of confirmation of an “environment of fear and emotional instability”, that a part of the staff will be transferred to the private sector and the other will continue with the CFB.
“That’s what we’ve heard, there’s not much information about it,” he sums up.
For now, the dissatisfaction tone echoes occasional employees, who will have to negotiate with the administration in the coming days, with the Police close by.
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