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ED­I­TOR — Delta Bev­er­ages (Zim­babwe) through­out its de­pots has main­tained its prod­uct prices re­gard­less of the cur­rent ar­ti­fi­cial short­ages and have even warned their clients not to raise prices with­out au­thor­ity from them and Gov­ern­ment as a whole. But HCCL, through its main Col­liery club, has de­cided to raise the prices yet the very ben­e­fi­cia­ries, col­liery em­ploy­ees, their de­pen­dants and re­tirees, con­trib­ute monthly subs to these clubs and all along the HCCL has main­tained that. But some­one for rea­sons best known to them­selves has de­cided to raise prices.

Col­liery em­ploy­ees cur­rent and ex-em­ploy­ees are owed a lot of money and the HCCL has failed to hon­our the agreed upon scheme of pay­ment ar­range­ments and one won­ders where do they ex­pect the same stressed em­ploy­ees to get the money to buy when they dou­ble the prices.

The main Col­liery Club has even in­flu­enced the sub clubs to raise prices of Delta prod­ucts to suit their think­ing. These sub club mem­ber­ship also pays monthly subs to their re­spec­tive clubs like Bowl­ing etc. May the pow­ers that be please cor­rect this price is­sue. Do we re­ally need the Mines Por­ti­fo­lio Com­mit­tee let by Temba Mliswa to come down and in­ves­ti­gate. Enough is enough to the poor miner who has gone for years with­out a salary. Suf­fer­ing Poor Miner, Hwange

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