Minibus Owners Association of Malawi (MOAM) is under scrutiny for failing to pay some of its workers salaries for several months despite the institution making money on daily basis.
The association has confirmed not paying the disgruntled workers who have since threatened to seal its offices.
MOAM spokesperson, Coaxley Kamange said the association was failing to pay the workers due to court case against Blantyre City Council (BCC).
BCC obtained a High Court injunction stopping the association from collecting toll fees on minibuses in the central business town of Blantyre.
“It’s true they are not paid but we will work on it. On Wednesday we met them to assure them on the same,” said Kamange.
“As you know there are several issues that happened, like the court order stopping us from collecting toll fees. We are still waiting for court determination”.
He said the court ruling will determine on whether the association should keep the workers or lay them off.
“Management will determine on that, but they will be paid their salaries”.