Zambia: FIRED LIVINGSTONE NURSES PLEAD WITH SATA

Protesting nurses at the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka

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The fired Paramedics of Livingstone General Hospital have written a letter of apology through their Medical Superintendent to President Michael Sata seeking that he would exercise leniency for their action in taking part in an illegal strike. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Federation of Employers renders support to Government over nurses dismissal

Protesting nurses at the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka

Protesting nurses at the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka.
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THE Zambia Federation of Employers (ZFE) has rallied behind the decision by Government to dismiss nurses that went on an illegal strike. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: 800 graduates to replace fired nurses – Guy Scott

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VICE-PRESIDENT Guy Scott has said that Government will employ 800 graduate nurses to replace the dismissed health practitioners. Dr Scott maintained in Parliament that Government would not reinstate the fired nurses but replace them with the 800 graduate nurses. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Doctors Association condemns firing of nurses

Protesting nurses at the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka

Protesting nurses at the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka.
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Press Statement by the Resident Doctors Association of Zambia

Resident Doctors Association of Zambia (RDAZ) regrets the firing of nurses who took part in the strike. We wish to categorically state that firing of health workers has never been and will never be a solution to the ills currently being experienced in the health sector. While we condemn the earlier action taken by the nurse when they downed tools, we can not support this move by Government. Click here for the Full Story

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