LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)- Intercape, an intercity passenger transport service provider, over the weekend awarded its long-serving, dedicated and disciplined Malawian workers in a bid to raise morale among its workforce.
The bus line, that operates in several African countries, awarded its employees as part of its five years celebrations of operating in Malawi.
Established in 1979, the coach service decorated 27 Malawian workers with certificates plus monthly salary increment for motivation.
Since its operation in Malawi in 2010, Intercape absorbed former Shire Bus lines employees into its labor force to boost its business across the SADC region. It has 100 local employees.
In an exclusive interview with The Maravi Post after awarding employees, Anthony Nlongo, Intercape Country Manager lauded Malawian workers for their hard working spirited, and discipline they’ve demonstrated in the five years the bus line has operated in the country.
One of the awardees, Elizabeth Nyirenda Chalamba, expressed gratitude for the company’s gesture saying she will continue serving customers well for the growth of the coach line.
Chalamba said the certificates, and the salary increment, will motivate the employees to work with extra passion and dedication.