Sun, 19 Jan 2020 10:41 - Updated Sat, 18 Jan 2020 15:26
Endiama workers get social security payments
Luanda - The National Diamond Company (Endiama) announced last Friday, in Luanda, that it has completed the payment of social security contributions to workers of the paralyzed companies, namely the Lucapa, Luarica, Fucaúma, Luxinge and Yetwene Mining Society.
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The Endiama made the social security payment, after having made five previous payments since 29 November 2018.
The total amount paid amounted to 2.1 billionKkwanzas.
This is the second process of its kind, after having finished last December 2019 the payment of the Cuango workers contributions, in the amount of 4.4 billion kwanzas.
In the paralyzed companies process, the workers complained about the payments due to alleged overdue wages, but Endiama has other understanding, according to the company press release, made available to ANGOP last Friday.
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