The Malawi Rural Finance Company (MRFC) employees on Monday went on strike, demanding a 100 percent salary increment.
One of the workers spoke on condition of anonymity in Malawiâ€™s capital, Lilongwe, on Monday said the workers are not happy that they have spent four years without any salary increment.
â€œWe presented our grievances in May this year to management, but up to now nothing has been done. We will continue with the strike until we get what we want,â€ said the employee.
The employees said they want government to act since MRFC is a government-run company financed by the Ministry of Finance.
MRFC acting director of operations Nelly Shawa refused to give details on the matter.
MRFC has six branches in the country.