Workers of Japanese-owned Sumitomo Fruits, Co. (Sumifru) demanded the full remittance of their monthly health and social security contributions that they claimed were not paid to the government agencies.
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A Moro militant group said the PNP Special Action Force raiding team in Sunday’s bloody government operations in Mamapasano, Maguindanao took a farmer who was later found dead on a bridge with his hands tied behind his back.
“The more plausible one is to evacuate the rumored one US fallen and another wounded that necessitated a helicopter pronto to hide their own and actual participation in the botched operation,” said Fr. Eliseo “Jun” Mercado in a Facebook post afternoon of Thursday.
President Benigno Simeon Aquino III is “doing a Pontious Pilate” in his speech on the “botched” operations of the Philippine National Police – Special Action Force (SAF) in Maguindanao.
Members of the country’s Social Security System (SSS) transact in a new branch located in the fifth floor of a mall in Ilustre Street. The office is open from Mondays to Fridays, 10am to 7pm and offers all services given by their main branch. (John Rizle L. Saligumba/davaotoday.com)
A jeep full of passengers tumbles after being hit by another at Legazpi corner San Pedro streets. Passengers were pulled-out by bystanders nearby. (John Rizle L. Saligumba/davaotoday.com)
A farmer’s group said they are among what Pope Francis referred to as the poor in peripheries in the Philippines that the Church should help.
Indigenous people representatives, government officials, the military and militia leaders said in a dialogue facilitated by Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte Tuesday that they are allowing a private school to resume its classes for IP pupils until the school year ends.
Former Sangguniang Kabataan Federation president Halila Sudagar was officially declared as the new Indigenous People’s representative Wednesday.
The teachers earlier complained of being blocked and harassed by paramilitary tribal group Alamara.