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#DzukaniAmalawi
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#DzukaniAmalawi

Out of 53, 000 ex-miners in the country, only 13 000 were approached to fill forms to access the pension funds, with only 5 000 filling the forms. Honourable Kasaila, this matter should have been taken seriously by appointing skilled people to pursue this otherwise important project. South African Pension House are renown for being very technical when it comes to payouts. It is for this reason that you would have needed a competent group of highly skilled people to run with it. It is a fact that all miners (from RSA or outside) were members of some pension scheme… Read more »

Gwamula
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Gwamula

VERY TRUE. I have once dealt with about 50 ex TEBA guys and they had supporting documentation to prove their claims. I ultimately reffered them to the appropriate ministry seeing as tbere were inter’governmental efforts being pursued. Its sad to hear this claim that only 12 are eligible. Mr Minister don’t approach this matter with laxity. NO. These clakmants worked in miserable conditions, they returned and lived misdrable lives so do not cause more misery on their families. There was a provident fund administering their pension and benefitted from investing those sums. Zilondoleni mwaukadaulo. Ngati simukuzitsata bwana apezeni anthu ozitsatilawo… Read more »

#DzukaniAmalawi
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#DzukaniAmalawi

Two things I know for a fact and have documentary evidence; 1) that all b
Basotho (people from Lesotho) and from other neighbouring countries have received their pension payouts and some cases with interest. 2) South African `Pension Funds put up an advert in the papers indicating billions of rands in unclaimed pension funds. Part of it was for ex miners now living in neighbouring countries. This was 2-3 years ago and our friends next door claimed it. Malawi? Well, we are still sleeping and unwilling to put in the hard work for our venerable people. A Malawi kugona kwachuluka.