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The Hotel, Food Processing and Catering Workers Union, was established with an aim to promote Industrial Peace in various companies in the sector.

Union Thankful to MCTU for Support as Membership Goes on the Increase

The Hotel Food Processing and Catering Workers Unions (HFPCWU has commended the Malawi Congress of Trade Unions (MCTU) for all the support rendered in a number of its ongoing activities including organizing and recruitment’s. National organiser for HFPCWU Eunice Chitwanga said the organizing and recruitment exercise took place with financial support from MCTU and was mainly targeted at workplaces in the Northern Region of Malawi which is Chintheche in Nkhatabay district. According to Chitwanga, the area was identified considering…

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HFPCWU Equips Trainers of Trainers

The Hotels, Food Processing and Catering Workers Union (HFPCWU) Trainers of Trainers have been told to implement what they learnt during a day long workshop which was held at Alendo Hotel in Blantyre. This was said by Annie Kazembe, Deputy General Secretary, for Transport Union who facilitated the workshop for potential trainers for HFPCWU. Among other things, the facilitator equipped the participants with important skills so that they should be able to train other people hence explaining that most…

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Trainers of Trainers hail HFPCWU for Workshop

Participants to the recent Hotels, Food Processing and Catering Workers Union (HFPCWU) Trainers of Trainers workshop have hailed the union for the training saying it has helped them to expand their knowledge so that they should teach others without encountering much difficulty. One of the participants Holyson Mataya who is second Regional Representative for the Southern region, said the workshop has helped him to expand his knowledge on how to ably train other people. “This workshop has really helped…

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HFPCWU Reviews Constitution

The Hotels Food Processing and Catering Workers Union (HFPCWU) lately conducted a day long workshop at Lingadzi Inn in Lilongwe where it reviewed its Constitution which was developed in the year 2002. HFPCWU General Secretary Shakespeare Sesani explained that the workshop was a beneficial meeting in the sense that critical issues to do with the current constitution in use were discussed at length. “We were looking at the constitution because we were of the view that it had some…

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