The Trade Union Congress of Namibia has accused labour minister Utoni Nujoma of discriminating against them after the umbrella worker’s union was left out of the ministerial committee on the national minimum wage.  According to Tucna president Paulus Hango, the process was done behind closed doors and they were not informed, adding that Tucna and affiliate unions only heard about the appointment of committees through the media. The New Era newspaper reports that Hango outlined that the wrong national minimum wage approach will destroy workers’ lives and is more likely to increase inequality.