Chinese company stops employees from voting

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San He Transporters, a Chinese owned company based in Kabwe has denied a right to its four drivers to vote in today’s presidential election.

The four drivers had asked for permission but were denied sent on duty to Congu DR.

Interim President Guy Scott had declared January 20, 2015 as a public holiday to enable Zambians participate in voting. But it seems this has been ignored by many employers.

Just in Lusaka at Manda Hill, Mr. Price shop was open Tuesday morning. Dr. Scott had to order the owners to close it to enable workers to go and vote.


2 Responses to Chinese company stops employees from voting

  1. This company has a very shrewed management…..I know them.

    January 20, 2015 at 3:18 pm

  2. Whats wrong with these newly made Chinese capitalists? I thought all Chinese were revolutionaries!

    Karl Marx
    January 20, 2015 at 3:57 pm

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