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“Increase salaries for guards from R2,000 to R3,600.00 per-month,” Ngwenya Mine Director tells security company.

Wednesday, 2nd August, 2023

MBABANE: Victor Ndlovu,the Managing Director of the Ngwenya Iron Ore Mine says, he has instructed the company providing security services to the mine to increase salaries for guards from two-thousands, one hundred (R2,100.) to Three Thousand Six-Hundred Rands(R3,600.00).

Speaking to this Swaziland News on Wednesday evening, after one the guards contacted this journalist and complained that their company was paying them a mere R2,100 despite receiving a reasonable amount from the Mine, Ndlovu said the guards approached him as well to report the  alleged ‘underpayment’.

“I am aware of the complaint from the security guards and I have instructed their company to pay them at least R3,600.00”, said the Managing Director.

The Ngwenya Mine boss then jokingly said, the issue of the security guards was attracting the attention of the Swaziland News editor.

“Uyabona-ke nyalo lendzaba lena yenta kutsi unginake, kani akusiko kahle kunakwa nguwe”, he said while laughing and making a commitment that the security guards will receive R3,600.00.

“Increase salaries for guards from R2,000 to R3,600.00 per-month,” Ngwenya Mine Director tells security company.
Ngwenya Mine.