BCL lays off another 160 employees

SELEBI-PHIKWE: A further 160 miners who remained for the care and maintenance of the BCL Mine after it closed were shown the door this week following a restructuring exercise that began in October.

This is contrary to the fact that they were recently informed that there would be no reduction of the employees.

 The liquidator Nigel Dixon-Warren confirmed the restructuring exercise saying it long started and is concluding this week with the release of employees, as the mine no longer has positions for them.

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