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SK Moyo speaks on air traffic

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THERE is need for the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe to improve the working conditions of air traffic controllers, the patron of the Air Traffic Controllers’ Association of Zimbabwe (Atcaz), Simon Khaya Moyo has said.Report by Own Correspondent

Khaya Moyo, who is also the Zanu PF national chairman, said this at the weekend in Bulawayo in a speech to mark the international day for air traffic controllers. The speech was read on his behalf by Atcaz former president Shadreck Gumbo.

Khaya Moyo said it was saddening to note that no progress had been made in improving the working conditions for air traffic controllers in the country.

“Management should find ways of improving working conditions for air traffic controllers,” he said.

“It is disturbing to note that no progress has been made so far. The job evaluation appeals have taken too long to be concluded and I urge management to put this to finality without delay.”

Khaya Moyo said the issue of training and upgrading of skills of air traffic controllers remained outstanding.

“It must be remembered that without air traffic controllers, no aircraft can grace the skies,” he said.  “You are the nerve centre of air travel and therefore must be accorded appropriate remuneration and utmost respect.”

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