The embattled Robben Island Museum (RIM) is considering various options to survive, including halving staff salaries.
Some RIM employees, however, feel they are being “punished for mismanagement that cost the company millions’’, a staff member, who did not want to be identified for fear of victimisation, told IOL yesterday.
RIM said in a statement it is planning to restructure its operations from June in order to remain sustainable in the short term.
This while an independent investigation into allegations of mismanagement – made by the Ex-Political Prisoners' Association in 2018 – revealed at the beginning of last month there was a prima facie case for disciplinary steps to be taken.
RIM did not respond to a request for comment on whether any action has been taken so far.