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Stephen Chadenga - NewsDay
21/02/2014

Gweru workers to get bonuses
GWERU City Council workers, who missed out on the 13th cheque last December as the municipality continues to be dogged by financial constraints, are set to receive their bonuses starting this month-end.

Assistant town clerk Tapiwa Marerwa yesterday said council would start paying bonuses to council’s lower grade workers with the higher grades set to receive their windfall in March.

“Grades one to seven would have their salaries first sorted out and followed by bonuses this month,” Marerwa said.

“Grades eight to 12 should expect to get their bonuses in March while top management would be attended to last, and if all goes well, they should be paid in April.”

Council workers were not paid their December salaries on time and most of them complained, struggling to pay fees for their children when schools opened for the first term of this year last month.

The municipality failed to pay its workers on time for the whole of last year citing failure to generate enough revenue to meet all its obligations.

Residents have criticised council for failing to come up with income-generating projects and just solely relying on meagre payments from ratepayers.


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