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Beira, capital of Sofala province. [File photo: BBC]
In the first half of this year, the General Inspectorate of Labour in Sofala recovered 32 million meticais [around US$517.464 at current exchange rates] owed to the National Institute of Social Security (INSS) by 450 entities and commercial establishments.
Sofala Chief Inspector Armindo Nhalungo said that, during the course of the inspection, infringements from failing to channel workers’ contributions to the INSS, underpaying wages, and failing to comply with occupational health and safety standards, were recorded.
Some companies were fined and others were warned, Nhalungo said, noting that the institution favours educational measures through lectures in addition to punishment.Source: Rádio Moçambique
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