Some retrenched ZAMPOST works in Chipata have complained of delayed terminal benefits.
Speaking to Breeze News on condition of anonymity, the workers who were re-engaged on part-time basis say that payment has not been made despite several promises.
They said that ZAMPOST management had promised that the workers, who are now being paid less than 2,000 Kwacha per month, would be paid their retrenchment packages by December 2015.
The workers expressed shock that management has now indicated that the company does not have money to pay them.
But Chipata Post Office Manager, Edward Phiri says that none of the workers at the Chipata office branch are among the retrenched workers.
Mr. Phiri further dismissed complaints from the workers that they have not been paid, stating that everything concerning the workers is normal.