MINE Workers Union of Zambia president Joseph Chewe says the 20 percent salary increment which Vedanta has promised to give KCM workers once it regains control of the mine has left employees divided on whether the investor should return or not. Last week, Vedanta Zambia Corporate Communications Director Masuzyo Ndhlovu said workers at Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) would receive a 20 percent salary increment in the first three months once the firm gains back control of the mining company. Commenting on this in an interview, Chewe said most of the…...

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