The Mining, Metal, Maritime, and Construction Workers Union has called on fishing companies at Walvis Bay to assist construct a fishermen’s village to enable sea workers to acquire decent housing they can afford. The Namibia Press Agency reports that the union’s Erongo regional coordinator, Immanuel Festus on Tuesday said that it has with great disappointment noticed the lack of affordable housing in the town for the fishermen. The union says consultations with fishing companies whose employees are represented by them are currently ongoing.
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