ZAMBIA: LABOUR/ZNBC/2/5/18 SABANews 1
He says union leaders should also engage the State on some of the issues affecting the men and women in uniform, because they do not belong to any group and have no one to speak for them.
ZNBC News says Minister KAMPYONGO has addressed a gathering to mark the International Workers’ Day at SAINT EDMUNDS Grounds in MAZABUKA.
It quotes him as saying trade unions are well aware of challenges the uniformed personnel go through.
The national broadcaster says Energy Minster MATTHEW NKUWA has also addressed people for the same occasion Labour Day celebrations in CHILANGA District.
It quotes him as saying the State will continue to enhance partnerships in the labour market to attract more investments.
He says such ties have the potential to attract businesses into the country, in its quest for economic growth.
CHILANGA District Commissioner EDITH MUWANA says her area has continued to witness remarkable strides in building development partnerships.
ZAMBIA has held its 2018 International Workers’ Day under the theme: Building Partnership for Sustainable National Development through Decent Job Creation and Social Justice./Sabanews/cam