Tuesday, January 31, 2017

MultiChoice Zimbabwe fires all staff in Bulawayo branch, except for the office messenger, for selling their own decoders during work hours.

MultiChoice has fired all its staff in Zimbabwe's Bulawayo branch, except for the office messenger who protested, after they were allegedly found guilty of selling decoders personally, and during work hours.

The Chronicle reports that MultiChoice Zimbabwe's regional manager as well as 5 other MultiChoice employees were fired. MultiChoice staff from Harare has been temporarily redeployed to Bulawayo.

The fired workers were accused of having misused company resources.

MultiChoice Zimbabwe publicist Elizabeth Dziva told The Chronicle that she would respond to a media enquiry and questions on Monday this week but by the end of Tuesday haven't.