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Kilembe Mines Limited Staff Go 14 Months Without Pay

24 Oct 2021 · The Manager Kilembe Mines, Fred Kyakonye Welaga says the current staff is helping to secure and maintain factory machines and the over 14 million tonnes of cobalt stockpiles.

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