President Mnangagwa’s Advisor Fails To Pay Workers

Alpha Media Holdings has reportedly failed to pay its workers their June salaries.

The media company is owned by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s adviser Trevor Ncube and publishes NewsDay, The Standard and the Zimbabwe Independent.

Reports indicate that workers’ representatives confronted the CEO Kenias Mafukidze in his office on Monday this week. A disgruntled journalist told ZimLive:

The printers threatened to strike and the management promised to start paying today (Wednesday), but that’s highly unlikely.

AMH Holdings has a staff complement numbering over 200.

More: ZimLive

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Alpha Media Holdings

Alpha Media Holdings (AMH) is a media company in Zimbabwe which publishes newspapers and internet publications. It is one of the 3 large media companies in Zimbabwe, the others being Zimpapers and Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe (ANZ). AMH was founded and is currently owned by... Read More About Alpha Media Holdings

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