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Castel Malawi hold protests to force the company pay them severance pay

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On Wednesday afternoon some workers at Castel Malawi are holding protests to force the company pay them severance pay and express their concerns with a decision to sell the company.

Castel is selling its shares of the beverage subsidiary to Coca Cola Southern Africa, but the workers feel their jobs will be at risk.8



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