Best Cheer, MUN strike prolongs

By Jeremiah Ndjoze

WHILE labour actions are fast becoming the order of the day, many are failing to yield the desired outcome– resulting into strikes being prolonged, mostly to the detriment of the workforce and greater economy.
One such strike has unfolded at Best Cheer Investments, a little known quarrying and stone processing entity in the Erongo region, despite being the only large industrial plant for the manufacturing of polished marble and granite slabs as well as tiles in Namibia.

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