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FIGHTING FOR THE UNPAID LABOR OF HWANGE WOMEN

FIGHTING FOR THE UNPAID LABOR OF HWANGE WOMEN

For five years now, the Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL), Zimbabwe’s biggest coal miningcompany that is partly owned by the government, has failed to pay its workers their dues, as well as the benefits entitled to widows of its workers. Although there is evidence that the company has not stopped selling its produce, it has for the past few years been declaring losses. The company’s workersbelieve the loss-making rhetoric is a tactic by the management to justify their not being paid salaries.

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The Struggle for Hwange Women’s Unpaid labour

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