Oosekuriti tadhi ningi ehololomadhilaahilo

Aagandji yiilonga ya tindi omagwedhelo ngoka taga pulwa kaaniilonga

03 November 2016 | Labour

Konyala oosekuriti dha thika po-3 000 otadhi yi momapandaanda gaVenduka nena onga oshitopolwa shehololomadhilaadhilo lyoondjambi dhili hwepo. Ehololomadhilaadhilo ndyoka tali ningwa moshilongo ashihe uule wowili yimwe, otali tameke po-09:00 na otali kuthwa ombinga kaanambelewa mboka konyala miitopolwa ayihe o-13 moshilongo.

Ehololomadhilaadhilo otali hulu negandjo lyomukandanyenyeto kombelewa yaKomufala gwAaniilonga.

“Ope na omatompelo ogendji kutya omolwashike taya ningile ehololomadhilaaadhilo. Oshinima shotango oya hala omalunduluko. Oya hala woo okuulukila aagandji yawo yiilonga kutya oyiiyulamo mwaashoka taya pula,” John Kwedhi, ngoka e li Amushanga-Ndjai gwoNamibia Transport and Allied Workers Union (NATAU), a lombwele oNamibian Sun.

Pethimbo yomukanda gwiikundaneki ngoka gwa ningwa mEtiyali, omahangano gatatu ngoka ga kalela po aanambelewa aakaleli yomaliko ya thika po-17 000 moshilongo ashihe oga popi kutya ehololomadhilaadhilo ndyoka olyopambili na kali shi ekanka, ngaashi tashi popiwa kaagandji yiilonga yamwe po.

Omwedhi gwa piti, ehangano ndyoka lyaaniilonga olya undulile oshikumungu shoondjambi dhaaniilonga mboka kombelewa yaKomufala gwAaniilonga, noonkundathana okwa tegelelwa dhi ningwe komasiku 19 gaNovemba, naashoka osha kolekwa kuKwedhi.

“Shoka tandi vulu okupopya ooshoka owala kutya aagandji yiilonga moshikondo shika otaya vulu okuninga kehe shoka aa hala ihe nandi ya lombwele kutya itatu ka mwena sigo shoka tashi pulwa kiilyo yetu sha ganithwa po.”



Oosekuriti moondoolopa ngaashi Ombaye, Swakopmund, Oshakati, Tsumeb, Rundu, Lüderitz, Katima Mulilo, Otjiwarongo, Gobabis, Grootfontein, Okahandja noKeetmanshoop okwa tegelelwa dhi ka ninge omahololomadhilaadhilo moondoolopa dhawo. Omahangano gaaniilonga otaga pula omagwedhelo noopresenda 71 omanga ehangano lyoSecurity Association of Namibia (SAN) lya hala owala okugwedhela noopresenda 25. Monena aaniilonga mboka ohaya futwa ooN$6.75 mowili omanga omahangano gaaniilonga taga pula ya kale haya futwa ooN$12.50. SAN okwa popi kutya ondjambi yopetameko yaaniilonga nayi ninge ooN$7.50 mowili omanga aaniilonga mboka ya longa uule womvula yimwe tayi kala pooN$8.75.

Iilyo yoSAN oya popi oshiwike sha piti kutya oya itula mo mokuya moonkundathana dha nuninwa uuwanawa woondjambi dhaaniilonga ihe itaya ka zimina komauwanawa geli pombanda uunene.

Omahangano ngoka gelilepo aaniilonga oga tumbulwa kutya oNamibia Security Guards and Watchman Union (NASGWU), Namibian Independent Security Union (NISU), NATAU, meyambidhidho lyoTrade Union Congress of Namibia (Tucna).

JANA-MARI SMITH

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