nrztrain.jpgAn industrial action by National Railways of Zimbabwe employees has entered the third day with a number of passengers still flocking the railway offices for services only to be turned away in numbers.

A survey by ZBC News at the Railways offices in Harare witnessed a number of prospective passengers leaving the railway station in a dejected fashion after being turned away by a single lady who was manning the tickets selling point.

Some of the customers who intended to travel to Mutare but were informed of the strike could not hide their disappointment over the inconveniences caused by the industrial action.

NRZ General Manager, Air Commodore Mike Karakadzai has already told ZBC News that the financial problems bedevilling the parastatal date back to 2009.

NRZ workers went on an industrial action demanding their outstanding salaries and the reinstatement of medical insurance allowances that were not being dispersed to the insurance institutions by their employer.