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Majwe mining accused of nepotism

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Workers threaten to go on strike

Management of Majwe Mining Joint Venture in Jwaneng is under fire after its workers accused the company's leadership of nepotism.

The accusations, brought to The Voice’s attention by a number of concerned workers, claim that South African nationals are being favoured over locals when it comes to promotions.

The concerned group highlighted the recent appointments of two under-qualified ‘whites’ (names withheld) and warned the move was likely to destabilise the previously peaceful working environment.

“There are two who were appointed to Head Boiler ...

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