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Shilamba drops charges against Nampower

Mon, 23 May 2016 15:03
by Online Writer
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Suspended NamPower Managing Director Paulinus Shilamba has agreed to drop all charges he raised in the labour court against the company The Villager can reveal.

Among other claims Shilamba was challenging his suspension as unfair and wanted the company to give him life time medical aid package after his dismissal. He and two other managers where axed for flouting the company’s tender regulations and decided to challenge the company’s decision.

A close source within the board of NamPower confirmed his decision but said more information surrounding the issue will soon be formally released.