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KWIMKoninklijke West-Indische Maildienst (Royal West-Indian Mailservice, Amsterdam shipping company)
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These were workers employed by the ships of the Red D Line and the KWIM to load and unload cargo in intermediate coastal areas in the region.
The Colonial Report of 1909 relates that in 1908 the KWIM employed 75 men who together had a monthly salary of 2,500 guilders, while the Red D Line employed 35 to 40 men who together earned between 1,000 and 1,200 guilders per month.
Chakutoe, who could not read or write, demanded a conversation with the responsible authorities, including the inspector of the ship company the KWIM.