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Trevali Rosh Pinah Mine at Rosh Pinah mining settlement in the //Kharas region has offered its 429 workers voluntary retrenchment packages.
In a letter dated 25 June 2020, the company’s management informed workers it has launched a series of consultations and negotiations with the employee leadership to look at ways to cut high operational costs.
“It has always been our commitment to our employees that retrenchments would be the very last resort, which is why we’re exploring any and other means of staying afloat,” the letter, signed by general manager Christo Horn, reads.
— The Namibian (@TheNamibian) June 30, 2020