Jwaneng — Jwaneng Mine says the hybrid mannequin it has adopted following the termination of its contract with Majwe Mining early April is yielding the best outcomes.
The 2 firms entered right into a multi-million Pula contract in 2019 which was presupposed to run till 2027.
By means of the contract, terminated after solely two years, Majwe Mining was anticipated to supply mining companies for the Jwaneng Mine Reduce 9 operation.
Talking throughout a digital media engagement session not too long ago, the mine’s common supervisor Mr Koolatotse Koolatotse mentioned mining companies had been now supplied partly inhouse with some outsourced.
The transition to the brand new mannequin had been a hit up to now, he said.
Mr Koolatotse mentioned the mannequin was anticipated to create a complete of 501 vacancies and up to now 320 had been stuffed.
Despite the fact that Debswana didn’t decide to absorbing former Majwe Mining workers, it provided employment to 422 out of which seven had declined.
Quizzed whether or not the termination was not rushed, Debswana performing managing director Ms Lynette Armstrong revealed that consultations and deliberations went on for a while earlier than the difficulty was finalised.
She mentioned the dynamics of the enterprise decided the choice.
“As Debswana we’re dedicated to preserving our phrase. Nonetheless, we function in a dynamic world and we have to sustain with such dynamics,” mentioned Ms Armstrong.
The choice to terminate the contract was taken final November with Majwe Mining given a three-month discover from January to April 4.
Supply : BOPA