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(From Panafrican News Agency (PANA) Daily Newswire)
Kampala, Uganda (PANA) - South African international bank Stanbic, with a branch in Uganda, has attracted outrage from parliament here for subjection of workers to compulsory HIV testing.
Teopista Ssentongo, a workers union representative in parliament, criticises the bank's action, saying it violates Ugandan policy and the International Labor Organisation (ILO) Code of Practice, which prohibits compulsory HIV testing for employees.
"The company originates from South Africa, where there is a law against such a practice. Why is the same employer subjecting people here to such tests?" irked Ssentongo …