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HR Institute, Ministry of Labour to Probe Recruitment process in Public sector

The Zambia Institute of Human Resource Management has initiated joint investigations with the Ministry of Labour into corruption allegations in the public-sector recruitment process. This follows allegations that people pay 25,000 Kwacha to be employed in the civil and public service. The Institute says investigations in two of the cases are almost concluded and that

HH declares drought a national disaster

By Paul Shalala President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA has declared the drought the country is experiencing a national disaster and emergency. President HICHILEMA says the declaration has been necessitated by the destruction of one million hectares of farmland which has affected over one million households countrywide. He has also outlined measures government has put in place to

HH to address the Nation

President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA will today Thursday address the Nation on the impact of the EL -NINO weather phenomenon, which has affected this year’s farming season. The President will talk about the impact, and the actions planned by the Government to mitigate the observed and expected adverse effects. State House Chief Communications Specialist, CLAYSON HAMASAKA says

President HICHILEMA to address the Nation

By Mwila Nsofu President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA will tomorrow February 29, 2024, address the Nation on the impact of the EL -NINO weather phenomenon, which has affected this year’s farming season. The President will talk about the impact, and the actions planned by the Government to mitigate the observed and expected adverse effects. State House Chief

Dry spell to affect economic recovery – HH

(ZANIS) President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA is concerned that the drought being experienced in the country is likely to affect the country’s economic recovery agenda. President HICHILEMA says the drought is likely to affect key sectors of the economy. He says the drought will affect the water and energy sectors including other areas that heavily depend on

Govt clarifies immunity status for former Presidents

By Blessings Chibuye Government says the Republican President only has immunity from prosecution while in office. Information and Media Permanent Secretary, THABO KAWANA says a former President who commits an offence beyond their presidential term can be arrested and prosecuted like any citizen. Speaking at the Ministry of Home Affairs this afternoon, Mr. KAWANA said
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