HIKE OUR SALARIES …or face unrest in 2017, civil servants warn government

HIKE OUR SALARIES …or face unrest in 2017, civil servants warn government. By Thulani Phiri THE Civil Servants and Allied Workers Union has warned the government to prepare itself for unrest among civil servants next year should it fail to increase their salaries. But the government says it will not hesitate to dismiss

STATE HOUSE MOVES 67 WORKERS

State House Moves 67 Workers By Mwape Mbwelela STATE House, through permanent secretary Christa Kalulu, has moved 67 workers from different departments and has asked Cabinet Office to redeploy them. The workers talked to say most of those affected were either Tonga or Lozi and were being replaced by new

STATE HOUSE MOVES 67 WORKERS

State House Moves 67 Workers By Mwape Mbwelela STATE House, through permanent secretary Christa Kalulu, has moved 67 workers from different departments and has asked Cabinet Office to redeploy them. The workers talked to say most of those affected were either Tonga or Lozi and were being replaced by new faces who had

Zesco in massive transfers

Zesco in massive transfers By Mwape Mbwelela ZESCO managing director Victor Mundende has elevated and demoted various senior and middle managers at the state-run power utility. According to a memorandum dated December 19, Mundende stated that 38 staff movements and appointments were made in an effort to enhance operational efficiency

Zesco in massive transfers

Zesco in massive transfers By Mwape Mbwelela ZESCO managing director Victor Mundende has elevated and demoted various senior and middle managers at the state-run power utility. According to a memorandum dated December 19, Mundende stated that 38 staff movements and appointments were made in an effort to enhance operational efficiency and service delivery. But

We now can’t afford a smile on Christmas under Lungu – HH

We now can’t afford a smile on Christmas under Lungu – HH By Malawo Malawo HAKAINDE Hichilema says Zambians now cannot afford even simple smiles during Christmas because of President Edgar Lungu’s poor governance. And Hichilema says Zambians must brace themselves for hunger in 2017 due to the PF’s poor

We now can’t afford a smile on Christmas under Lungu – HH

We now can’t afford a smile on Christmas under Lungu - HH By Malawo Malawo HAKAINDE Hichilema says Zambians now cannot afford even simple smiles during Christmas because of President Edgar Lungu’s poor governance. And Hichilema says Zambians must brace themselves for hunger in 2017 due to the PF’s poor agricultural policies. In his