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Limpopo transport firm staff need fortunate assets

Displeased previous and current workers of a Limpopo state-possessed transport organization have blamed the public authority for cheating and misusing their fortunate assets, exposing them to destitution. 

In excess of 100 laborers from Great North Transport (GNT) walked to three Limpopo government offices in Polokwane to present a rundown of complaints including requests to stop the liquidation of the fortunate asset before the entirety of their cash is paid. 

The laborers likewise requested the arrival of a criminological examination report and that President Cyril Ramaphosa issue a declaration approving the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) to test claims of blunder of their opportune asset. 

The GNT Provident Fund, an auxiliary of the Limpopo Economic Development Agency, has been shaken by charges of fumble and maladministration which prompted the Limpopo government initiating a scientific examination around two years prior. 

One of the specialists, a previous transport driver, Abram Mabunda, 72, from Mokopane, said he worked for the organization for quite a long time and was paid a retirement bundle of under R300,000. 

"My family is enduring right now as I can't stand to deal with them. I worked for GNT for a long time that I accepted my fortunate asset's commitment should be no under R1m. 

"It's not so much as six years since I went on retirement yet presently I have nothing to show out of it and the cash is done. I can't send my kids and grandkids to school since I was paid peanuts," said Mabunda.

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