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Labour Court orders MSU to reinstate four guards

GWERU Labour Court judge Justice Custom Kachambwa has ordered the Midlands State University (MSU) to either reinstate or pay damages to its four fired security guards whose contracts were terminated on allegations of misappropriation of funds and insubordination. By Stephen Chadenga Doubt Chibi and three others had been fired for allegedly misappropriating the MSU Campus The post Labour Court orders MSU to reinstate four guards appeared first on Zimbabwe Today.

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