Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) workers reportedly embarked on a strike on Thursday citing poor working conditions.
The workers allegedly gathered in the committee room at the RGMI Airport the whole day.
However, the management refused to address the workers, reports indicate.
CAAZ spokesperson Anna Hungwe dismissed the claims that workers are on strike, saying:
There is nothing like that. Of course, we had a normal meeting like any other company, but all of our staff reported for duty today (yesterday).
An employee who spoke to Newsday said that the strike is in the form of a sit-in. Said the disgruntled worker:
We are staging a sit-in, demanding long overdue issues to be addressed by the management and the minister.
The agreed cost of living adjustment starting from March has not been implemented after executive management included, were trying to ride on employee agreements.
The workers say that they are now incapacitated and can no longer afford to travel to work. They also accuse the human resources director of practising nepotism.