Chitungwiza bars worker from premises
CHITUNGWIZA Municipality has applied for an interdict with the Chitungwiza Magistrates’ Courts seeking to bar council union worker Ephraim Katsina from entering any of their premises.
According to the interdict application, Chitungwiza claims that Katsina has been disrupting workers at the local authority through inciting violence and unlawful job action.
They also allege that Katsina’s misconduct started in 2015 and resurfaced in 2020 during the lockdown when he called for a meeting with Chitungwiza council health workers, leaving patients unattended.
“The applicant must be left to run its business in peace without any unsanctioned and unlawful disturbances by the likes of the respondent (Katsina) and his team,” read part of the application.
“Clearly, the respondent has no right to disturb applicant’s peace as he is doing. The respondent is now in the habit of disrupting applicant’s business operations and applicant has been left with no other remedy other than an order permanently interdicting the respondent and his proxies from interfering with its day-to-day activities.”