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Sefalana commits to motivate and retain staff amid Covid-19

Sefalana Managing Director, Chandra Chauhan, says despite the devastating effects of Covid-19 in the retail business, the company has not cut staff salaries during the lockdown and even after.

Instead, he revealed the company increased staff salaries in July for every single employee of Sefalana.

Chauhan was speaking during the grand reopening of the revamped Sefalana Shopper in Molepolole on Thursday.

“Sefalana has not retrenched any staff member, not even one. Sefalana hasn’t cut salaries for any single employee during the lockdown and even now and despite Covid-19 and everything, ...

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