Ministry of Labour and Home Affairs has been served with a writ of attachment totaling an astounding P111 million.
This decision stems from a matter filed by Immigration employees Modisa Tsie and 116 others against the Ministry, formerly known as the Ministry of Nationality, Immigration, and Gender Affairs.
The 117 immigration employees, represented by attorney Samantha Mbikiwa of Mbikiwa Law Practice, claimed salary and scarce skills arrears due to the non-implementation of multiple grading and titling of C-band positions in their favor. Justice Jennifer Dube had issued an order directing the Ministry to pay the plaintiffs according to specified schedules.
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