Ab­sence of Mon­tigny angers in the meet­ing

Observer on Saturday - - News -

Ex SAPPI Swazi saw for the first time the ab­sence of the Mon­tigny In­vest­ment Rangers in their meet­ing. The ag­grieved for­mer work­ers have been ha­rassed by se­lected rangers who in­vade their meet­ing with sur­veil­lance gad­gets in the form of sound recorders and video cam­eras by force.

Speak­ing dur­ing their meet­ing on Tues­day the for­mer em­ploy­ees’ rep­re­sen­ta­tives dis­closed that hav­ing re­ported the rangers and hinted that they are known to be spies for the peo­ple who are re­spon­si­ble for their predica­ment their ab­sence is not supris­ing.

“We re­ported their be­hav­iour and dis­closed our fears that their pur­suit was ha­rass­ment as we no longer feel free to meet and dis­cuss an is­sue that is as prob­lem for us without be­ing in­tim­i­dated by the rangers” adds one of the for­mer work­ers rep­re­sen­ta­tive. The work­ers had com­plained bit­terly about the acts of the rangers such that they said it must be re­ported be­fore they ended up tak­ing the law into their hands. The work­ers said they have a right to as­sem­ble here af­ter seek­ing per­mis­sion at the right­ful Mon­tigny of­fice and fur­ther from the po­lice.

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