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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Telecom Fiji workers told to re-apply for jobs

Insiders have tipped that Telecom Fiji Limited is due to make a second round of redundancies.

Word is coming in that TFL is currently issuing directives for all employees to apply for their own position, and 'possible mass redundancies are around the corner.'

Sources say 'TFL is in a right mess' and employees were stunned to see their positions being re-advertised on the intranet.


It's believed those who survived the cut last time will be the victims this time around.

Many of the staff likely to lose their jobs are older workers who are a burden to the company, which is trying to save a reported $4 million.

Insiders say TFL is making a mistake by axing experienced workers, especially technicians, a number of whom were recruited by New Zealand and Australia after last month's layoffs.

They say the business will ultimately suffer in the future.



TFL is a limited liability company and 100 per cent owned subsidiary of Amalgamated Telecom Holdings (ATH).

It revealed in January it was restructuring and that about 150 jobs in total would be lost when it was done, pushing the total workforce figure down to about 500.

It also revealed just last week that it was sponsoring Fiji Warriors, Fijiana and the Island Zone Competition. 

The announcement was made at the same function where it was revealed that Vodaofne would have the naming rights to the Fiji 7 team, the national 15s team — the Flying Fijians, the national under-18 and national under-20 teams.

174 comments:

  1. Is this the same Kini of Valelevu who is a bit of .5?

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  2. Is this the same Kini of Valelevu who is a bit of .5?

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  3. Why is TFL laying off staff and then sponsoring FRU? Would you not look after your employees first as a good responsible corporate entity? Something is wrong. FICAC please investigate.

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  4. HA HA HA, HE HE HE: THE MINISTER FOR TELECOMMUNICATION IS NONE OTHER THAN AYASS KAYUIM.......GUESS WHO IS THE CHAIRMAN?

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  5. The workers should Bai to keep their job in exchange of their votes.

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  6. Why Telecom Fiji cannot compete with Vodaphone or any other phone companies in Fiji.They have taken the easy way out to save money by sacking the workers.What is the CEO vision on the future of telecom? Better sack the CEO rather then the workers if the redundancy is about saving money.Nut anyway first aid management always find the easy way out by blaming the workers.

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  7. This redundancy is mandated by the Minister of Information Ayarse Saiyad Kaiyum. This directive was given by him and the hierarchy of TFL has no option but to submit to his directives. The aim is to save money, Very sad, that he have no heart for the families who will face the axe.

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  8. It's a farce - Timaima Vulimailaucala who has no post for quite sometime is still working - She was Ex-Manager Operators/Manager Telephone shops, now with Network Engineering...what's so special about her, while experienced engineers are sent home.

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  9. The problem with TFL is the result of Khaiyum giving lucrative telephone business to Wahid Ali of FijiTel. Vodafone uses Fijitel as their transmission service to international calls. All suits that Bainimarama wears is gifted to him by Wahid Ali and these are sewn in Britain. Mary Bainimarama also carries credit card paid by wahid Ali. Muslims making money at the expense of poor Fijians who are losing their jobs and are put on street.

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  10. This is a deliberate attempt by Kaiyum to weed out the competition ie get rid of TFL so that Vodafone can increase.

    The rest of you TFL workers should not sit there thinking that your job will be safe because I can see that the writing is on the wall.

    A company can only cut costs upto a certain point then it becomes non-viable then kalas, oti vakadua vei kemudou.
    Ni kitaka tiko ga na totaki Bainimarama, na tamata ulukau.
    Qo na lawaki ca nei Kaiyum sa laurai tu qo.

    Sa vavei tiko o kemuni na sotia ulukau?
    Gauna cava qai tadola kina na matamuni.
    Ni yavu ulukau. Sa qai vinaka qo me so tale na kaiviti e no job. Ira na gone sa sega nai lavo ni vuli.
    Cava beka ni vakasamataka tiko o kemuni na sotia.
    O rau ga qori me rau lauvana o Bainimarama kei Kaiyum. Dua ga na bogi.


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  11. Aiyarse also took away e-ticketing system from TFL and gave it to Fijitel - wahid's son runs that arm of the business. All coordinated through Wahid Ali, his son, ayarse and Nur Bano. Wake up Fijians

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  12. Peter Foster : "you know I'm very mindful of my reputation, I'm very mindful of my criminal convictions, but hey look, Nelson Mandela had a far worse criminal history than me and he became president so who knows Monica." http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2009/05/22/2578118.htm
    Peter Foster will come back to Fiji sooner than you think. He is getting assistance locally from a lady.

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  13. Isa sa boko na FAB scholarships ra qai sake na kai viti......
    vinaka voreqe lasulasu sona levu

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  14. Monica Attard: But in relation to the other people that you've mentioned, I mean yours is qualitatively different isn't it? You're considered to be a conman, you're somebody who the public at large thinks is able to use his charm and charisma to get people to you know, hand over money for things that might not necessarily work - for scams.

    Peter Foster: Maybe I should become a politician with those qualifications do you think?

    Peter Foster is coming back sooner than you think.

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  15. feeling sorry for the TFL workers especially their families. Can TFL come up with a better cost measures than that? The economy is already suffering and now with unemployment rate increasing, its going to add to the economics issues already at stake. Lucky NZ and australia are recruiting and the braindrain continues. Soon Fiji will be left with NO BRAIN

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  16. Quite like that Telecom is being groomed for privatisation to help pay off the illegal Govt out of control unaccountable snowballing huge debts.

    This illegal Govt does not care a rat's behind about individual's welfare, wages, employment...OK for the military personnel on PS ballooned salaries.

    MORE REASONS NOT TO VOTE FOR BAINIMARAMA AND HIS PARTY.

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  17. feeling sorry for the TFL workers especially their families. Can TFL come up with better cost measures than that? The economy is already suffering and now with unemployment rate increasing, its going to add to the economics issues already at stake. Lucky NZ and australia are recruiting and the braindrain continues. Soon Fiji will be left with NO BRAIN

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  18. Can FNPF Board override this decision by lobbying with the Min for Finance?...def not an effective cost cutting measure

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  19. It's good thing TFL is cleaning out its house. TFL has been the most slickest service provider we have. Their Internet services are hopeless because the lines man will not work on the lines because it is raining. They have had the monopoly of communications in Fiji for a long time and have slept on the job all this time that when competitors like DGICEL and VODAFONE came into the country they didn't know what service is about. All these years we have been begging them for service and they toyed around with us. Now we demand service for them and they still think they have the monopoly so piss off if you can't provide the service. Report a complaint to them and see how long it takes. This is not a recent thing but what they've done to us all these years.

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  20. At the end of the day, we will have no choice but to bring expats as replacements, which costs more to the organisation. Bad move TFL

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  21. This is why Aiyazi cant be trusted. He say one thing but the next u see is job cut. How does he balance out his bookkeeping. Simple job cut. How do they provide free telecpm access to remote areas is simple job cut. One thing we notice the clown is good in talking it up then he make ends meet through job cut.

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  22. TFL will suffer naturally because of competition from Vodafone and Digicel. TFL cannot compete with Vodafone and Digicel because they are both here only as a division of their total operation globally which support each other financially, technically and with their human resources. TFL only has local resources to rely on apart from expatriates and offshore consultants it hires. Now it is sending the locals home. Why not try to work harder, smarter and expand in other areas rather than admitting defeat and get your workers to pack up their bags and go home. What next?
    Can Vodafone show on a statement to its customers the recharge amounts he purchases, the amount he uses and the amount outstanding in his account on the dates of expiry of his credits? I believe the credits someone loses on expiry must be shown as a donation from the customers because there is no expenses against it. If I am wrong please let everyone know.

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  23. Namela Jim

    TFL is already privatised you idiot!

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  24. TFL=Vodafone=ATH=FNPF= govt of the day
    All decision making ends up in the highest authorities. The profits have gone down in TFL subsidiary , maybe thats the best they can come up with.
    God Bless Fiji

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  25. surely Frank cannot be that dumb that he lets ASK do whatever he wants and in turn ASK gives FB all the reasons to lose the election. What is between FB and ASK that they are inseparable? FB has sacked and jailed his most trusted comrades like Driti, Ului and fired a lot of others but he just cannot get rid of ASK. Why? ASK will be the the one who has put FB in this position and will be then one who will fail FB.

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  26. Its interesting to hear the DPP's office say that they will prosecute in absentia cases against Patel, Mara, Fonua etc even though in comparison to other matters they are quite miniscule. Take for example the case against Imshad Ali, anohter well connected muslim, who was charged with murder, out on bail, absconded to India but his case wasnt prosecuted in absentia. Va cava?

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  27. for those who are going home at TFL, i wonder how many are muslims or fiji Indian. and if they are all kaiviti....cannot do much man..beka dua sa vosa, mate sa kunea yaar!!

    kaibiti sa moku tale na kaibiti.

    TFL workers need to reapply, yes, with better work conditions and yes, workers has to provide faster and reliable service man, not the berabera atttitude as was b4.. it is b5 now.

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  28. Few are defending the move is based on to betterment perfomance. Its not but all about making profit. Some business are struggling but TFL is greedy under the regines new privatisation laws and removinh monopoly. The effect of losing job is something they didnt see it comming. Too late now. Less vote for Bais party.

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  29. and they selling their old vehicles too....fuck all CEO from SRI LANKA....3 tech's n 1 vehicle in sigatoka....1 tech looks after nadi so what do u think ? will he cope with the work load....BAD MANAGEMENT n the works suffer.....mr bai....TFL will vote u out....mark my words...

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  30. this bai n khaiyum does not care about worker who loose their jobs...they are more focus on how to win this election for them to stay in power...bacause they know what will happen if they loose this election...

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  31. TFL was not allowed to advertised its mobile network which is cheaper comparing with the other two competitors[voda n digi].TFL got everything to provide better n reliable service and top of that all the cheapest of them all.TFL do have their own mobile network currently in use.instead they were told to concentrate on local landline service.
    Bloggers do you know that voda is using TFL optic fibre cale?without that you will suffer with congested traffic or black spot all over Fiji,they free ride on TFL towers by installing their transmission disc.just imagine if vodafone have to plant its own towers all around Fiji n you know their cost will trickle down to your every call,but TFL were summoned to allow Vodafone to use its existing infrastructure what a free ride?A former CEO were asked to withdrew his submission to commerce commission for reason he sought the commission intervention was that vodafone not paying 13cents of every call made because every call runs thru TFL cable network.He didn't give in but you know what next,he left the company in an unceremonial manner.

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  32. Js bring back Mr Tabaleka. He would have made the best TFL CEO. Why bring in expats. We have highly qualified and skilled high tech fijians who can run TFL. Why sacking them in the first place?
    Sa qai ca gona qo. They are now getting better paid else where while TFL makes losses led by an expat .sack the CEO

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  33. THE TFL BUILDING ,GANILAU HOUSE, ALREADY SOLD. NO TENDER. BANO WITH KAYUIM APPROVAL SOLD TO J C PATEL AT THE SAME TIME THE REWA DIARY SAGA GONE TO J C PATEL....ALL MUSLIM TAKE OVER...THAT IS WHAT BAINIMARAMA WANTS.

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  34. The guy Ajith Kodagoda is behind this. The Sri Lankan. He was responsible for bringing in the new CEO who is also Sri Lankan. He is one of the most corrupt assholes in Fiji at the moment, which is saying something. He sits on the boards of FNPF, ATH, HFC and FRCA and openly manipulates tender processes to favour CJ Patel subsidiaries. Anytime anyone tries to oppose him, he actively goes out to destroy their career. The guy is the biggest behind the scenes thief in Fiji. Everything bad happening with FNPF, FRCA, ATH, etc has his hands all over it. He applies the CJ Patel model of cutting cost at all organisations he joins, even if they are profitable organisations like FRCA. Micromanages the CEO/Managers, etc and basically all decisions at all these statutory bodies are made by him. The Fijian CEO's Tikolevu, Taito, etc are just the face's of the organisation. They don't have any real decision making powers. Everything is decided by him. He alienates staff at all these organisations and treats them like crap. Surrounds himself with either Sri Lankan senior managers (like the Legal Manager at FNPF) or weak Fijian/Indian managers who will not say anything against him. If anyone even shows a remote hint of independent thinking, he alienates and gets rid of them. The Govt won't remove him from these organisations because the CJ Patel owned Fiji Sun is their mouthpiece. So this absolute asshole is given free reign to go around and fuck up these companies in Fiji. Any review of the tenders for FNPF, FRCA, HFC, etc over the last few years will show just how much he manipulates the process to favour CJ Patel and/or its subsidiaries or companies that are linked with CJ Patel. The guy really is a cancer on Fiji.

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  35. Massive water shutdown this weekend. WAF means What a Fuckup!

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  36. You're all twats. This was something they were pushed to do by ATH chairf*cker ajith kodagoda. Once they're all out, Sri Lankans will b brought in to the job. Basically 1 Sri lankan will do 5 people's job at 1.5 people's salary. Welcome to the new world where the locals of a country become street dwellers while visitors take over their houses.

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  37. -i.e thsts conflict of interest. He's the boss ofCJ Patel why everything bought by them. .No good corporate governance board members getting greedier n more corrupted. Even a layman can understand this.

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  38. Sack the bloody CEO !! Why sri lankans. they're all over the pacific trying to take all the locals jobs. Go back to yoUr country we don't need you. Its more like u need Fiji for your bread n butter. We've been to your country, full of poverty..SURVIVORS!

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  39. so ATH/FNPF board made this decision

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  40. Keeps getting worse under this dictatorship

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  41. Guess who owns Innk Mobile??? CJ patel of course whose full time employee Ajith Kodagoda sits on the Vodafone Board as well as chairs the ATH Board and the FNPF [Major Shareholder of ATH] Board. What has that lady Nazat Shameem got say after her advocacy of attacking directors who sit on multiple Boards when presenting the Corporate governance section of the Crimes decree. Hmmm wait oh she's married to the Vodafone CEO. ahhhh areh no wonder yaar.

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  42. Pradeep Lal the cunning man from Labasa has shafted Aslam Khan. Aslam Khan has been given the marching order to pack up and leave by June or get sacked. Lal the cunning labasia will take over the ATH Empire. Lal will let his sister sleep with Ajit Kodakoda to get the ceo of Vodaphone. What a sly bastard. He screwed his own boss and now demands he must leave immediately. The cunning swine and bastard. Never trust a labasia like Dr. Kanuwa Reddy and Dr kanaloto Ganesh Chand.

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  43. Do all the Sri Lankans also have to reapply also or just the locals?

    If it is only the locals, than no one should submit application till the Sri Lankans are made to do the same. Where are the so called Union Leaders? Having their Yogona and sleeping on the job?

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  44. Kanua mahen redd kuh kare hai! Not!!March 20, 2014 at 11:08 AM

    Well, at least the new minimum wage of $2/hr
    is in place as reported by Fiji Sun. Commerce Commission's kanua (cock-eyed) chairman Mahen Reddy must be very proud. Hahaha, $2/hr minimum rate. Kanua kuch kare hai.....Not!!

    Kanua's advisor is that hopeless third grade professor from USP, Biman Prasad. He was sacked as dean for performance and favouritism. You never get a fair hearing when you complain to Biman about his friends in the faculty. VC Rajesh Chandra did right thing, that's why they plot against him. Another advisor is kanalotu ganesh chand. These three economists are fuck all. Wadan narsey is better than all three out together.

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  45. I'm sorry, I take back everything I have said before. Now I really see how corrupt Bainimarama is, my anus suffered needlessly. Fuck you Bainimarama, I will not vote for you.

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  46. Kai Fijian says....ahhhhh the separation gap between the rich and poor widens dramatically....

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  47. TIMAIMA VULIMAILAUCALA HAS NO POST.....RUMOURS AROUND IS THAT SHE HAD AN AFFAIR WITH MARIKA VADA.....SHE WENT AND CRIED TO MARIKA VADA WHEN SHE HAD NO POST....SHE IS NOT EVEN ASHAMED.....SHE IS THE TALK OF TFL NOW...HOW COME SHE DID NOT GO HOME.....NOW MARIKA GONE..DONT KNOW WHO IS BANGING HER NOW....COULD BE ONE OF THE GENERAL MANAGERS....

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  48. Bainimarama did the Coup on Qarase to get rid of Corruption....but now Corruption is 1000 times worse under Bainimarama.

    Surely the Professors and Academics of USP MUST FEEL SO STUPID NOW for having supported this coup.

    Amazing how so called clever people can be so stupid.

    I think it shows that something is horribly wrong at USP.

    I dont know whether its lack of Foresight or Insight or what.
    They are stupid, the whole lot of them, including the kaivalagi ones that came from overseas.

    How could they think that by supporting the Coup of a legitimately elected government will make Corruption go away.
    How stupid and naive.

    Lewis Sperry Chafer always told his students at the beginning of the school year "Always DO RIGHT, though the stars may fall"

    I think USP Professors would not have made this tragic mistake if they had followed that advice.

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  49. "Transparency International ready to participate in elections observer mission arrangements"(from Fiji Village). Of all the issues relating to lack of transparency surrounding the iGov, it seems this is best statement that Transparency Intl Fiji can give! And sill no statement from TIF on the public accounts. I'd rather they just shut up instead of making useless statements.

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  50. Isa da wele na kai viti caka nodra na dau ni bisinisi kai dia ra sema vei kaiyumu. Lialia tale o ratou na boci ni Indigenous Business sureti tale tu me doladola o kaiyumu,,,,,sa so dina na tamata boci e so vei keda nai kai viti kenai liuliu o Bai.

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  51. Muslims Aiyarse and Fareed Nazab of FHL are now enticing Fijian business owners to push their Muslim takeover of Fiji agenda. Sad to see my Fijian brethren bowing in consent to convert their country to Islamic state.

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  52. "" It revealed in January it was restructuring and that about 150 jobs in total would be lost when it was done, pushing the total workforce figure down to about 500 ""

    Looks like TFL is finally learning what the word efficiency means. If only the Water authority could do the same they could also improve their service and reputation.

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  53. Bainimarama should be made to re-apply for HIS job!

    Oh yeah, he was never given his job. He took it at gunpoint.

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  54. Ponga Professor Mahen ReddyMarch 20, 2014 at 4:28 PM

    Kanua Mahen Reddy's $2/hr minimum wage will save the day for redundant telecom workers, hahaha! Kanua minimum wage issue ke ghar maar dhis, which means cockeye mahen reddy fucked up the wage issue. he was out of his depth. the businessmen ran circles around this 'ponga' professor . Wadan Narsey has written about it.

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  55. Call for a stop work TFL. Protest hard and make ot count. U dont protest u get nothing.

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  56. can they hire some people at the Immigration to process work permits, immigration certificates and so on? 30 000 without a job, would be nice if someone was working at Immigration.

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  57. warden narsey is an academic true to the academic tradition of critical discourse.
    mahen reddy, rajesh chandra and other pro-regime academics are a disgrace to academia . they are self- serving pseudo-intellectuals.

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  58. this exercise raises a lot of questions, most of the officers have had just sign their new contracts for their current post advertised recently, now they have to re-apply with the same attributes..what a farce!!
    someone needs to thoroughly scrutunise this new CEO he may be just a puppet....

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  59. Terminate all Sri Lankan employees. TFL will do much better with locals and save a lot of wasted money.

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  60. @ anon 2.26am...yes you were right and that was Taito...he was the man chasing Vodafonr to pay up that bill...but then u know the relation between khaiyum n assholelam khan...that's why they boot Taito out...f..ken ass....holes....

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  61. You need to start and look back @ TFL from the beginning... ask SVT for the over inflating of its shares for FNPF to purchase. .was all wrong from the beginning.. also 20M satellite project, 32M OSS/BSS, 42M NGN, all big investment. Need to find those that were accountable for it.. because that's the reason these innocent workers are made to suffer and pay for all.. Most decision makers have left.. Kapila, Anuj, Save etc.

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  62. This is a response to the person who commented on March 19, 2014 at 7:04 PM - The reason why they do not work on the lines when it is raining is for safety reason. You might have noticed that the power lines are above the phone lines (they use the same pole). Stop talking about something you do not understand - ignorant cocksucker.Go and suck Bai's balls

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  63. Feel sorry for all those workers leaving, families, mortgage, food on the table.. Yes some workers needed to leave as performance was lacking but was it measured? Also we need young people to come and take the leading role in TFL, from Network, Marketing and HR..

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  64. ATH has to be blamed.. VFL is not helping TFL @ all even though we hear they are sister companies.. If ATH would concentrate and give the benefit of the doubt to TFL than all would be okay.. think TFL works better with DG than VFL..

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  65. why cant FB see what is happening to Fiji? ASK is doing everything and anything and FB lets him wiht oujt realising the danage heis causing to the people who will be the voters and the voters that FB wants. ASK is not helping. It is common saying that if you want anything done you have to go and marimari ASK and not FB. FB only keeps the Chinese happy because they are then ones giving money for the election.

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  66. like it or not Ajit Kodakoda is the one running Fiji. He is nothing but an overated CEO whose style of talking mesmerises FB and ASK.

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  67. FB does not have the brain to understand waht is happening around him.

    ASK is the one doing the thinking for him.

    FB travels and visits and open things almost every day and he does not have the time to think.

    When comes home he drinks as many liquor as he can. The sign is on the hair as he is not that old to have white hair.

    A leader needs to spend good amount of time to think, meditate and plan and discuss with his advisers.

    Is this a kind of person you guys want to lead a nation like Fiji?



    Leaders

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  68. Father Barr accused the Bainimarama Government of practicing “crony capitalism”. Over a minor irrelevant remark, he was later abused on the phone and threatened with non-renewal of work permit and eventually sacked as Chairman of Wages Council. For five years, the employers’ interests were far more important to Government than these poorest workers in the country, who number around 50 thousand, potentially yet another large voting block in the next election.

    Is this a kind of leader you guys want>

    Fiji does not deserve this man to be a leaders.

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  69. The only sectors doing well were Hotels and Restaurants (up by 67%). And, for the wrong reasons (largely because of monopolistic pricing and profits) Electricity and Water increased by a massive 105%. And Financial Services (banks, insurance companies) increased by 39%. Overall, total GDP in Fiji in 2011, was a mere 1% more than that in 2006- after five years, or the normal parliamentary life-time of a normal elected government,

    Do not vote Bai. Vote for other parties instead.

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  70. One of the reasons why the sugar industry did not recover was that the EU withheld $300 million of assistance to the sugar industry when the Bainimarama Government failed to hold the elections in 2009. ($300 million is currently twice the annual earnings from sugar exports). It is almost certain that should elections not be held in 2009, then the EU will re-impose all the sanctions they have been relaxing because of the promise of elections in September 2014.

    Just because on one stupid decision because he was more concerned about his life the whole nation and the poor farmers have to suffer.
    Do not vote for this kind of person.

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  71. We all know Bainimarama is a fool, can't think for himself let alone write his own speech. Kaiyum does the thinking for him, tax payer funded qorvis responsible for his public image. The fool don't even own or run a business. All he's good at is lying and pointing fingers at others.

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  72. @Ponga Professor mahen reddy, hahaha, I knew ponga pundit, but not ponga professor. First kamasutra professor dr mahen kumar, now ponga professor mahen reddy, hahaha, only in Fiji. what next?

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  73. Bad Investment, Bad Management, Bad Decisions..affecting workers.. Board & Management should all be fired..

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  74. The short shit CEO should be shipped back to Sri lanka with boci Ajith kodagoda..hold hands in 1 fishing boat.... Fuk it off to where you came from...

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  75. You can not blame CEO. He does what he was asked to do by top. I heard that he is doing great work trying to revive TFL.

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  76. Russia has annexed the Crimea. Sorry, guys, but this means we'll need to postpone the elections again.

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  77. TFL was like a "sick man" with no proper control with adhoc way of life. Wrong treatment or no treatment made it worsened. Diagnosing what is wrong is a must. Healing process will be long and tedious. Treatment to be administered may be costly and hurt the "sick man" but should be done if "CURE" is the GOAL.

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  78. Breaking news - TFL will be upgrading its billing system(again) with the same company that bought in the current failed system from India. I wonder where they will get the money from as it is saying that it is not making profits.

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  79. Oh - and yes for information on Timaima Vuli, yes the whole of TFL knows that she does not have any post when the contact center was absorbed by ATH. Apparently she was not qualified, which means that she should have gone home. She was later given (yes given without any interview) the post of manager TFL shop. Now, this lady is an accomplished cock sucker because she has managed to avoid going home after 3 redundancy. Even qualified Engineers have been sent home, but not her. So for TFL employees - if you want to stay in TFL forever, learn how to suck balls from Tima.

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  80. io blerry yalewa dokadoka...talks a mouthful of shit, can tell nothing much up thea!

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  81. Most of the comments posted here are wrong. I know it very well.
    1. ONE reason (there are many) why TFL can not compete with Vodafone is HR cost of TFL is 50% of overheads but at Vodafone it is only 20%. TFL staff is 700 before cut back and Vodafone only 200. Most of TFL staff are idling. TFL has 200 vehicles (mostly misused)and Vodafone only 75.
    2. TFL spent nearly $150 Million on useless, redundant Eng. & IT Systems during last 10 years. Reliable sources point out that it was a double overspent. Where have the extra money gone? This is Fijians money as FNPF is the major shareholder.
    3.If the new CEO is trying to reduce the waste,it is good for Fiji.
    4. It is not easy to satisfy each and everybody when pulling TFL out of grave danger. Or else every Fijian will suffer.

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  82. @Anonymous 2:33 PM

    That's a rather stupid comparison when one company looks after the lines and one company does not.

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  83. March 21, 2014 at 2:33 PM - Only half of what you said is true. Yes TFL did spend millions of dollars on its IT systems which has been the cause of many sleepless nights for the workers - and for your information, I know because I work on it!! As for the idling staff, do you know that TFL Technicians make up a huge number of people who have left? These are the cable guys who actually go and repair the cables and the fibre - what does VFL have..nothing..no fibre that is why they have less staffs. VFL is trying to take over the fiber ring at TFL so that is can use it for their 4G shit. Beginning of last year, VFL wanted to make their own fiber ring, but Asslum knew that it was going to be expensive, so he did the 2nd best thing - get Aiass to put so much pressure on TFL and eventually VFL will run the show. To top it all TFL EMT is just there for decoration.....all labu sona....

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  84. timaima shud suck the CEO of TFL.. she shud try some sri Lankan cock..

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  85. Massive water shutdown this weekend. WAF means What a Fuckup!

    This is sabotage!

    More sabotage will happen at FSC, FEA, TFL,etc as the election approaches.

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  86. 6.36 PM Already trying...have a problem with it?

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  87. @ANNON 10:44PM..that's my girl.
    Already trying'sa tovolea oti'..that's what you mean, is it ?
    Kusa sara noqu lewa..toothbrush taka mamaca sara ga me qai waicala i lomamu na moromoro nei k0koda !!!

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  88. Bainimarma and Khayium must be taught a lesson. Now is the time to sabotage operation Fiji wide to show people's power.

    Say no dictatorship and supression of freedom to speak.

    Put smart sanction of the illegal regime.

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  89. Aslam Khan must go. The asshole was doing nothing at Voadphone.
    Pradeep the CEO for Vodaphone.

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  90. Ajit is buying all good assets for CJ Patel from Rewa Dairy , TFL ETC and kickback to Khayium is paid in Australia by SANDEEP Patel.

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  91. Ajit is buying all good assets for CJ Patel from Rewa Dairy , TFL ETC and kickback to Khayium is paid in Australia by SANDEEP Patel.

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  92. Ajit Kokodada must be send to Sri LANKA with all the Sri Lankas in Fiji.
    These bastard were shit in their country of birth and now act as hero in Fiji.
    The problem is i Taukei are easily bought with few dollars.I taukei will even give their wife in they are paid.

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  93. Fiji is now declared Muslim state.
    Methodist is finished by Khayium.

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  94. Blame the board from after the coup.. plenty people benefitted from it, especially all went to HK PCCW..than NGN given to them... now TFL needs another 30M Fjd to complete all and current staff will suffer with the work load.. Need all new EMT in TFL.. we lost some good people during the 1st lot that left... now tfl wants to hire their services..what 4 thought they not needed in the 1st place..

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  95. I was told that it will take only 3 local former qualified engineers with telecommunication qulifications to turn this TFL saga back on track,it will take them 3 months to be absolute.
    They were told to pack up and go home.
    So, all these happenings is a smokescreen.Its a day light robbery!!!taking place,they are robbing before election comes.

    All these publicity is a ploy to paint a fragile TFL in fact the ROBBERS are inside the house right now.

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  96. @Anonymous 9:24 AM

    "" I was told that it will take only 3 local former qualified engineers with telecommunication qulifications to turn this TFL saga back on track,it will take them 3 months to be absolute.""

    Obviously you are the sort of person who believes anything you are told.

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  97. The chairman of TFL should be charged as he was paid $75,000 for his trip to Hawaii for 7 days.

    Who authorised the trip?

    Abuse of money by Tom. But he will get away as he is well connected.

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  98. there is also a lady by the name of rigieta nasau.....they have a good bond with timaima....a divorcee married to a divorcee from tailevu....timaima wont be ashamed...filimoni seru if you reading this... your wife is the talk of the company...vakamadua taki iko...ra vetalanoa taki kemudrau....bau vosa vei na watimu..leqa gona nio leqa taka nomudrau sau ni vale ...koya lai tagicaka tu o tima na ruku ni teveli nei marika vada.....

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  99. Is this Timaima Vugakoto? Vakamadua dina. Io sex to survive.

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  100. @10:23am

    Read and understand this;all CEO brought in after Tabaleka are all puppet they are there for the name only,TFL is run by outside force which you know!!!

    TFL is run by those who bought their qualification n there only to take orders.evidence?watch what they are doing taking out the very core of TFL the engineering side!

    What we understand is that they will let TFL to go down the drain and come in as a saviour! its a blurry common sense.

    Obviously you are the sort of person who believes anything you are told...n sort of #^%*(*&$@$&*.

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  101. Here we go again another redundancy at TELECOM, Aslam Khan is surely milkig Telecom into bankruptcy, throught sponsoring Fiji Rugby Teams,Omg.... lay of the workers to sponsor a sport rigged with Politics.....wake up Fiji national protest is needed. Well will see if the rumour comes to past that VODAFONE want to run all telecommunication companies in Fiji..........Muslims running the country............wake up FIJI!!!

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  102. It will be interesting to see how baini reacts when he is asked tough questions during his campaign. Things like his promise of transparency, that no military personnel will gain, why his salary and that of other ministers are secretly paid by nur bano, why is there no auditor general’s report since he took over, also no annual reports for FSC, FNPF etc., why he released his brother-in-law from prison and gave him top civil service job, why was there no investigation in prisoners torture, why so many Chinese in Fiji and also why they have Fiji passports. These are just a few. From experience, baini is surely going to stutter and sweat furiously.

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  103. Baini will not subject himselfo the heat of a true campaign.
    He's too much of a coward.

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  104. when he is asked tough questions Baini will react by swearing and abusing and threatening.
    so take it from me. Baini will not be asked tough questions. Jyoti Pratibha, Nemani Delaibatiki, Maika Bolatiki of the Fiji Sun will be only to happy to confirm this to anybody who needs a confirmation.

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  105. A reliable source has confirmed that there was a party at TFL GM Corporate Services Samu Vadei's Samabula residence early this month with family members celebrating his promotion to GM Corporate Services & HR. What a farce and joke this is!! This was the same week when a batch of TFL staff went home.

    He was given the marching orders but through his military connections the puppet still lives on.

    Also, during that same week he re-employed his son Samu Vadei Junior back in TFL while sending workers home.

    JUDGE FOR YOURSELF

    Stay tuned more to come.......

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  106. TFL was a dead company since I know, may be 6 years. Customers were never treated with dignity. To get a connection it took as many as 3 months. Yes, it happened to me! Complaints were just ignored. But now I see some activity. Hope things are getting better.

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  107. Qorvis will have Bolatiki submit to Bainimarama some contrived questions in writing, and then Qorvis will draft Bainimarama's answers for Bolatiki to publish.
    There will be no debate.

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  108. taking out TFL is taking out Fiji's future

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  109. TFL HR need to be scrutinized and individual staffs need be examined for their qualification and lastly to be investigated for all the laying offs from 2007 until today.The why,how,what,when,which to be answered.
    They will surely pointing finger to... @#*&^%$@$((*^&&%678!!!

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  110. Editor,
    Whilst waiting at a medical centre in Liverpool I came across this Letter of the Month by Katherine Simpson in the December 2013 issue of the Australian Women's Weekly.
    She wrote :
    "I say shocked when I read your journalist's expose of the Bangladesh garment trade ('Where your clothes are really made' WW Nov).Like everyone I love a bargain but I was appalled to read about workers being hit and abused and locked up in unsafe factories;about children children working in inhumane conditions. What we need is a labelling system like we have for free range eggs.'This garment was made in a factory where there are fair wages and safe working conditions'. I don't need T-shirts that were produced by fellow humans working in situations which amount to nothing less than modern day slavery".
    This is clearly one area for the newly established Andrew Forest end slavery campaign to focus attention.
    It is a phenomenon not confined to overpopulated Bangladesh (with its army of unemployed). If one cares to look conscientiously enough one will also find it prevalent in an underpopulated place like Fiji as well. Under 7 years of military rule raising poverty and economic hardship for a good one third of the population, if not more, child labour exploitation and child prostitution has become more noticeable.
    sincerely,
    Rajend Naidu
    sydney

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  111. to the commenter March 23rd 2014 at 9:53 AM
    The celebration that was held at Mr Vadei's residence was for the sister's promotion becoming the Principal for Yat San vinaka vakalevu...I was supposed to be there but was busy that day.... there was no other party what so ever happening there but only the TFL contractors being hosted by Mr Vadei for their hard work doing the relocation of equipments on the weekends with some TFL staff... You Busy Body.... Getting the wrong information and all... Please before you mention a name and say something....go F*#k yourself first and get the right information.... He is trying his best to keep all the staff but was directed by the board members.... the only thing we should do is pray for yourself and the company.... that's all vinaka...

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  112. Mr Anonymous March 23 2014 9:53AM...

    Caista...cava qo iko na company spy se cava....Get a life...

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  113. its called privacy for a reason bitch ......!!

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  114. haha...that's right... spying bitch... hahaha.... nut head...

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  115. caiji tamamu na dina e tukuni jiko I ke.. kua mada na ubiubi jiko.. e na vuku ga ni so na tamata kawa ca mai levu kina na tamata va I vola na cakacaka era qai kina I vale.. o samuela vadei e tamata lawaki ca qai liu muri.. qai dau lasa I tuba..

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  116. Making all employees re-apply for their own positions is a very dishonest ploy designed to dodge the obligation of employers to warn employees their livelihoods are in jeopardy and to have the decency to explain to them face to face why they're being fired or laid off.

    Using this technique, employers can simply inform those enployees who are out of favour that they didn't get the job, as if they were random job applicants instead of the very people who had already been doing the work for, in many cases, several years.

    The most insidious thing about it is the position in which it places employees. They dare not protest for fear that they will thereby fall put of favour with those so unfairly deciding their fates.

    This isn't a technique for identifying and retaining the best employees. It's a way for those in the position of deciding hires to be arbitrary and to pack the company's staff with their loyal arselickers, qualified or not.

    We've seen the regime do this with the Fiji Law Society, the judiciary, and the Political Parties Registration Decree. It claimed it was doing this to qualify those involved, but it was really just designed to put everybody under its thumb and to rid itself of anyone it found quarrelsome.

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  117. totally agree, in TFL case no consultant was hired instead it was just a few managers and guess what? they secured themselves first and their arselickers

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  118. Yes, exactly! This is the coward's way of getting rid of the employees who care and replacing them with yes-men. A technique perfected by Aiyaz for the coward-in-chief.

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  119. March 23rd 2014 at 9:53 AM .... He is trying his best to keep all the staff but was directed by the board members.... so that means he is a asslicker and a yes man too....SVadei.....what u related to him?.....boci.....

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  120. well said anon 25th march 2014...9.47am....news from inside that one of them is in india with the wife who is in for medical treatment........WTF...

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  121. Another gutless and cynical exercise, now so typical under this regime.

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  122. it is funny that we promoting,,,BUY FIJI MADE,,,,,tfl is fiji made lol....please support TFL

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  123. TFL was like a teenage boy of self-centered parents - just growing with no proper guidance and doing what he feels okay. As I see, now the teen is in the care of an able CEO, who is trying to bring the fellow on to the right path. Not an over-night task but slow and daunting. He may have to take some painful decisions. If not, the boy will be ruined. FIJI needs TFL as a disciplined boy!

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  124. I am ex telecom staff now living in NZ. TFLs issues is due to poor startegy by its board but they (staff) suffer in silence . TFL issues started in 2008 with market deregulation and today its suffering fifth consecutive years of losses . why ? its monopoly and shouldn't be in this situation . its consecutive boards are to be blamed . they have never set the strategy right or even got it right despite trying. sacked the TFL board first .TFL is overstaffed and they should have known . fixed line business has eroded 5% annually in other markets and has cut their HR accordingly - why didn't TFL board do that here ?? TFL never stuff to its core business - it wanted to do mobile and Intl . their mobile bids thru easy tel failed and their bid thru southern cross by geting own landing rights all failed and has costed TFL millions. its has a huge 80m FJD debt with FNPF . when you have idiots running the place what can you expect . another idiot who still survives is Ivan . everyone knows he is useless in ATH and even as acting CEO at TFL .he achieved nothing yet is GM at ATH why ?? but the chairman and the Board should be ultimately held responsible for TFLs demise .
    Samu

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  125. @Samu.
    Sa Dina bro. my mates at TFL say the same thing. he says even says past management and Board are the culprits.
    why blame vodafone and Digicel , who compete aggressively and has expanded the market to more than 100% penetration. vodafone has smart people running that organisation - proven thru winning biz excellence awards and they have a strong brand presence which digicel is fighting for fifth year without shaking them off !!
    But TFL has a poor management and obviously has idiots in its EMT . but poor workers suffer. and that idiot Ivan is the other problem.
    the market needs to merge all thre entities and people believe aslam is the best guy to lead the group consolidation efforts . atleast he is ex Telecom and has a proven records . he is bold and will not hesitate to make the right call. people in telecoms industry have a lot of respect for vodafone and his team . aslam is a compassionate man and if there is anyone then he is but TFL is sick and needs fixing before its too late .ravindar NZ.

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  127. Okay can Ann katewai explain why she has a relative working in lautoka only qualified as a chef.... while qualified people and young people are sent home!!!!! Please stop Nepotism.... God is looking....HR do ur job properly....There's a saying in TFL "IT'S WHOM YOU KNOW"

    i know because i work for TFL!!!!

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  128. Please inform Timaima to apply for the post: Voice of TFL......

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  129. Please find her phone contacts, email and position within telecom...

    Timaima Vulimailaucala
    Manager, Business & Retail SBU
    Telecom Fiji Limited
    Information
    Alias Timaima.Vuli
    E-mail Timaima.Vulimailaucala@TFL.COM.FJ
    Office Level 4, Ganilau House
    Phone 1120/3319005
    Home phone 3383007
    Mobile phone 3540183
    Fax 112244
    Details
    First name Timaima
    Last name Vulimailaucala
    Organization
    Job title Manager
    Department Business & Retail SBU
    Company Telecom Fiji Limited

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  130. Word has it that the Arsemuckh Patel of FEA will also be doing likewise!
    To justify his existence to the Muslim PIG and SNAKE Dean [Chairman] he has not given his staff a pay rise after saving $75M.
    To do likewise, as Arsemuckh learnt from Kasabias, after he was initially FIRED from the FEA, is another feather in his cap at the expense of the workers!!
    In the meantime he is losing highly qualified staff in DROVES|!!

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  133. what happened in TFL was not fair as mostly Fijians were sent home with qualifications...but not the kaidia...most complain has been about the two ladies Timaima Vuli and Rigieta Nasau...[yalewa Kalou of TFL]..hope your children won't suffer as much as redundant families have been going thru now. May be later...you ladies watch and see...

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  134. All the problems of redundancies emanating from government owned entities today like TFL are caused by Khaiyum's new decree called Essential National Industries Decree which he introduced with the help of his brother from Fiji Airways Dave Pfilliger. Remember, this was the decree that was drafted by a US law company and the exchanges of emails and payments receipts etc to that company were once leaked to C4.5 by a Fiji Airways pilot who was later sacked and even ended up in court for beaching an "internal" company procedure (only in Fiji).

    The ENI removed all existing agreements with the companies and removed union and workers rights. The ENI removed all agreed redundancy payments that existed in the collective agreements and which safeguarded workers interests and companies where the ENI applies are now free to pay whatever they feel like paying as redundancy payouts, and all of the payouts now are mere "peanuts" compared to what existed in the union's original agreements with the companies.

    The ENI covers such companies as Fiji Airways (the funder of the ENI),FBC (Khaiyum's brother's company)TFL,FINTEL, FEA, all banks in Fiji and a few other companies.

    In all, the ENI removes all workers rights and any decision of the employer (Company) whether right or wrong, cannot be challenged in any courts in Fiji, not even the High Courts.

    The situation in Fiji today as we speak (with companies covered by ENI)is, I dont like your face, I sack you!To hell with your rights!

    FEA immediately jumped on the band wagon when this decree came into force and removed the retirement payout clauses that were treasured by workers.The banks have been dishing out redundancies and terminations left, right, centre since the ENI came into force because they know no one can challenge their decisions.

    Once again, welcome to Bainimarama and Khaiyum's dream world!

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  135. Word from FEA has it that the following Senior staff have or are about to leave FEA :
    01. Rusiate Nabalarua - Engineer [joined WAF]
    02. Jone Feresi - Environment Engineer [joined WAF]
    03. Samu Tubui - Engineer [shortly joining Ministry of Works]
    04. Mohammed Anees Khan - Civil Engineer [shortly joining AFL].
    The list goes on and on at FEA.
    There must definitely wrong at the FEA!!
    It MUST be the leadership of Arsemuck Patel [CEO] and the muslim pig and snake Dean [Chairman]!!

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  137. Bloody hell!! Obviously FEA is in a hell of a mess!!
    I wonder if Francis Kean [PS], Natuva [Minister] and Rear Arse are aware of all this sad state of affairs at FEA.
    Previously, people wanted to join FEA, NOW is is the other way around!!
    They seem to cannot wait to get out!!

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  138. 'Lightening strikes', 'low water at Monasavu dam', we the consumers are just FED up with Arsemuck Patel's excuses!! Give us a better excuse next time around Arse!!
    If you cannot handle then get it!!

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  139. I thought there are such things as 'lightning arrestors', Arsemuck Patel?
    Whay say you?

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  140. The best option is to bring back Rokoseru Nabalarua to head FEA!!

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  141. We the staff of FEA are fed up with Arsemuck's "I, I and I" instead of 'We".
    He is DEFINITELY NOT a team player!!

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  142. Well, judging from the FEA comments, it is obvious that your CEO is a very, very self-centered man!!
    I pity you FEA lot!!

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  144. To the commenter 24 March @ 10:26
    Iko rairai sa leqa tiko na ulumuni....You've got isues bro....Kevaka o ni sega ni via qai tuba.... better work 2wice as hard regardless of your pay so that the company can get back on its feet...and all our work mates can sustain their jobs....baleta gona sa sivia na din maro me vakai ira na PWD.... its better off to give the work to people who is not that well qualified and are working tirelessly to retain a position in the company and don't complain but are willing to work.If You think so highly of yourself... then better work twice as hard... sacrifice yourself.... rather than coming to work and sitting around doing nothing.... with that big pay check... Dau tukuni tu.... " Vosota Boy" .... better pray that we all save our positions in the company.... Better do your work and stop complaining....vakalailai taka na din maro...me rawa tubu na kabani... se vinaka cake me kau mai o ira na not that qualified but are willing to work harder and better than you... So we hope and pray that we will be able to retain our positions... kena levu..vinaka...

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  145. FIRCA is another organisation where all the good staff are either leaving or being driven out....thanks to the corrupt arsemucks in the board - Ajith Kodakoda, Faiz Khan and Waqabaca. Rumors going that a number of Lankans will be taking up posts there as well.

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  148. @ april 4th comments: you sound like a small boy and a baby to TFL company . TFL is standing on its 2 feet as i speak . so dont say the company is trying to stand on its 2 feet its the people in the company like timaima and rigieta who are trying very hard to keep there position in the company by letting others go... Manager Change my ass..

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  149. TFL seem to have used strategy that IT business support systems would trigger change in processes rather than changing processes first before IT systems introduced for additional gains.

    Would be good to sight the business plan/case that was submitted to get approval for system changes.

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  150. Rigieta Nasau has Diploma in Business Studies from FIT. How come she is team leader in HR and what authority does she have to conduct engineer level interview. Either her mouth is full or she is holding something. wouldnt be surprised if she becomes HR manager.

    Today she is kicking bread out of someones plate, wait and see what happens to her and her daughter.

    By the way some more people exiting this Friday.

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  151. news from inside is that ropate nasau's wife is working at TFL...ropate is logavatu nasau's nephew....the divorcee from tailevu married to Rigieta...and i heard people are going home this friday....Logavatu please look at yourself and your wife.....sa voleka tu madaga ni o sega ni daubale rawa na ka levu ni demu....iko sa nanuma tu ni kabani ni nomu matavuvale qo.....dou sa vaka taki timaima vulimailaucala.....sa lako va vinaka tu qo vei filimoni seru....ni sega ni leqa taka na sau ni vale.....Rumours also flowing is that Timaima applied for the post of manager customer care< as she ha no post now> and she did not et selected..CEO got pissed off with her...Timaima its about time you go and suck CEO as well.....ke sega waisea mai na ka tiko qori lomadonu ni sagamu me keimami tovolea mada.....me keimami vaka dinadina taka mada.....sa maleka o MARIKA VADA...

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  152. word from inside is that SAMULEA VADEI has a company which is hired bt TFL to do renovation works....news is that they relocated a section called NMC and they charged the company $75000....this might be a joke...SAMUEL SA KUA NA BUTAKO.....SA CAKAVA O SAVE TABILAI...BACI O MAI KITAKA QO O IKO....O LUVEI SAVE TABILAI SE CAKACAKA TIKOGA NA TRANSTEL..SAMU VADEI IS THE MAIN CULPRIT AT TFL.....STEALING ALL THE MONEY WITH HIS DIRTY TACTICS.....COULD BE LICKING TIMAIMA VULIMAILAUCALA....KA NI KAI LOMAIVITI VATA.....KANA VATA ONE PLATE....

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  153. It's very hurtful when people run someone down just because they are fairing well.

    The stories about this lady Tima, are far from the truth. She is a well respected, God fearing person. She comes from a highly respectable family, and most of her siblings have all represented Fiji in one sport or another.

    Please be mindfull of your actions and words, because this may come to judge you before the Almighty, the Creator.

    Vinaka.

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  154. @Anonymous 3:56 PM

    I'm not in any way putting anyone down but your ridiculous assumption that being associated with religion, a family and relatives that undertake sports means absolutely nothing.

    The prisons and courts are full of people that would claim the same.

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  155. @ 4:08PM

    I'm sorry, from your comment you sound like what we term, in iTaukei, Tamata Viavialevu..

    I have no comments for the likes of you, who don't respect God and Traditions.

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  156. @Anonymous 4:25 PM

    It's pretty obvious that you make far too many assumptions.

    Try reading not only your own but other comments without the blinkers on.

    Or is it that you are one of these that naively assume that if they include the word GOD into a sentence it makes them sound clever?

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  157. @Anonymous April 9, 2014 at 7.52am
    I understand that you may have your gripe with the HR Department but why would you threaten someones child? That is disgusting and totally uncalled for.

    @Anonymous April 11, 2014 at 7.51am
    Who is Ropate Nasau's wife? Is this really a case of nepotism? Maybe she got the job on merit.

    ''Rumours also flowing..'' Really?? Sounds like something a prepubescent girl would say. No wonder TFL is falling apart, they've got vile people like you spreading garbage on blogs instead of focusing on their KPIs. Na job me caka tamana!

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  158. @ ita seeto you mean blow job?

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  159. @Anonymous April 11, 2014 at 9.10pm
    You seem to be obsessed with fellatio, do you have anything else to say?

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  160. @Anonyous April 11, 2014 at 9.10pm
    What happened, cat got your tongue? You have no trouble naming and threatening others, how about you display your name? Oh no thats right, you're a keyboard warrior, being a big tough guy behind the name 'anonymous'.

    And all this talk about 'blow jobs' is getting old, the only person that needed to give a blow job was your mother, she should have swallowed you, you gutless piece of shit!

    Do us all a favour and uppercut yourself!

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  161. @Seeto
    u sound being a member of that so called the Nasau Family and Logavatu.
    2ndly u sound like you are a baby in the company do your self a favour and shut your stinky mouth with a vudi . As somemore people are going home wat happen to the related families of Rigieta and Timaima viavia Vuli.

    Seeto me laucai ga na gusumu..

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  162. @Anonymous April 15, 2014 at 8.15pm
    ''u sound like you are a baby in the company'' Did you read your own comment before posting? You can barely put a sentence together.

    Are you currently employed by TFL? If so, they should probably send you home too. Who school you?

    As for the vudi please sit on it, rotate clockwise and put it in your foul mouth.

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  163. qori me caka vei na tima

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  164. @Anonymous April 16, 2014 at 7.54am
    Fuck off tu mada! Come back when you've got something intelligent to say.

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  166. Too many things has been shared..it seems that whoever is writing this has feelings n its seems to be a personal attack. Whoever you are u have uttered things that has demorlised their morale. My question to u us what is it u trying to do or rather want. If its justification then do it the proper way n reveal your identity. I would love to meet up with u...so please do me a favor if your views are so strong then face them. If u can't then stop what u doing

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  167. anon april 19 607pm.....boci....u just like seeto.....

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  168. @ commentor April 20..
    you are a tfl employee still because you are in the same Managerial Department as those fuck heads Timaima and Rigieta and for all the bad reasons non of your staff was sent home.All those staffs at the HR are all managers of something ending up someone has to be Manager Change , change from what from bad to worse?.. TFL cannot run alone on HR team which is mostly under qualified to managerial posts and now we are sending people who went to telstra for training and months of training they brought back and they are the ones going home.

    @ seeto: i am starting to realise that you are one of the Logavatu Family by hearing you comment. keep in mind before you and you Aunties in the HR was there TFL was competing well and can you answer me this question and you can ask your aunties as well to help you answer this question :
    1. TFL is sitting on a wealthy mountain but it doesnt know right now what is that mountain?

    2. TFL can be a stable mobile hoster with multiple number ranger and free hosting matrix?

    @ seeto : If your family cannot answer that than fuck shit you are the one drowning TFL. If vodafone can answer that question let's see if you and your relatives can answer that.

    hope to hear from you soon seeto.

    vinaka
    Vinod

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  169. ..need to keep exposing the rot within TFL. Nepotism and cronyism is rife...and incompetency is widespread throughout the company. The incompetency leads to bad business decisions. The CDMA wireless network has very poor returns and yet they poured millions into it. The same with their NGN; they put about 40 million into it and it is yet to be profitable. It was known to them from the mid 90s that the voice revenue was falling steadily, yet they put that kind of money into the very technology that was in decline. Then there is the oss/bss, another bad idea costing millions. Incompetency at its best!!
    Time for the line minister to investigate this public company and do a top-down cleanup.

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  170. Main stylish in the TFL is lasa I tuba within the company. Redunancy was caused by the attitude of some staffs like Tima and Litea Suka. There is one still in the company now Matila Dau all in the same case. Feel sorry for some of the staffs who went home because of these assholes.

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