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Immigration Dept. to Employ 250 Officers

By Wilson Mulinda Cabinet has granted treasury authority to the immigration department for the recruitment of 250 officers before the end of the year. Home Affairs and Internal Security Minister JACK MWIIMBU says this is in an effort to curb illegal immigrants, human and drug trafficking. Mr. MWIIMBU says the creation of border guards is

MORE JOBS FOR TEACHERS COMING

By Ruth Chayinda The Ministry of Education says the recruitment of teachers will commence once an audit and a cleanup has been done countrywide. Education Minister, DOUGLAS SYAKALIMA says the Teaching Service Commission is currently camped in Chilanga to ascertain the numbers of teachers that reported from the previous recruitment exercise, those that retired and

GOVT TO CREATE JOBS FOR CITIZENS-SIKUMBA

By Moombe Hamolobola Tourism Minister RODNEY SIKUMBA says government’s goal is to ensure that eligible citizens get employed either in the public or private sector. Speaking in Livingstone at the Independence eve celebrations yesterday, Mr. SIKUMBA said it is for this reason that government is promoting investment in the private sector which will in turn

7M ZAMBIANS LOOKING FOR JOBS

About 6 to 7 million Zambians are actively looking for employment. Finance Minister, SITUMBEKO MUSOKOTWANE says this is according to findings of a survey done last year, to ascertain the country’s biggest development challenge. Dr MUSOKOTWANE has further disclosed that the survey also revealed that income levels are very low, even among people in employment.

HUNDREDS TURN UP FOR CENSUS JOBS

By Justine Akakulubelwa Hundreds of applicants hoping to be enumerators for the 2022 Census of population and housing, have turned up for screening in Livingstone. Livingstone District Commissioner, EUNICE NAWA has told ZNBC News that the district has received over 2,900 applicants out of which 332 will be selected. Mrs. NAWA says the applicants will

“DECENT JOBS FOR ALL ZAMBIANS”

By Reuben Chomba Government has reaffirmed its commitment to provide decent jobs for all Zambians regardless of their political affiliation. Labour and Social Security Minister BRENDA TAMBATAMBA said this when Zimbabwe’s Ambassador to Zambia CHARITY CHARAMBA paid a courtesy call on her at her office in Lusaka. Mrs. TAMBATAMBA said there is need to further…

1,000 TEACHER JOBS COMING

  The Ministry of General Education has been granted treasury authority to employ one thousand staff this year. General Education Minister Dennis Wanchinga says those to be employed include not only teachers but support staff as well. Dr. Wanchinga has also disclosed that he has engaged President Edgar Lungu on the possibility of employing more…
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