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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Government to stop companies from Outsourcing or Sub-Contracting

Economy Government to stop companies from Outsourcing or Sub-Contracting

Labour Minister Fackson Shamenda
Labour Minister Fackson Shamenda

Labour Minister, Fackson Shamenda has said that government wants to put an end to outsourcing and sub-contracting of labour. Mr Shamenda said that outsourcing has caused a lot of problems especially in the mining sector, before adding that the Law is currently being changed to do away with the practice of subcontracting and outsourcing of labour.

Mr Shamenda was speaking during a tour of the Dangote Cement Factory in Nigeria after he leant that Dagonte in Zambia is currently outsourcing labor when it does not subcontract labour in Nigeria.

Mr Shamenda said that the same model that Dangote is using in Nigeria should be used in Zambia.

The Minister is in Nigeria to familiarise himself with operations of Dagonte Group of companies.

7 COMMENTS

  1. Minister Shamenda is a non-repentant spoiler. Suppose Dangote’s business model found that to make profit out of his investment in Zambia, he has to outsource labour?
    Ba Shamenda, before tamulabwata bwata, why don’t you sit down and compare the two models in Nigeria and in Zambia? Oh okay mwapusuka ba Shamemnda, someone has just whispered that you may not even be able to do nursery school arithmetic like 1+1=2.

    • @ hot fire,kanshi you zambians what do you want the gov’t to do? Is it becouse you are too educated such that you make this country ungovenable.i think zambians need a dictater in the likes of idia amin to just imprement and not listen to fools like you

  2. @ hot fire,kanshi you zambians what do you want the gov’t to do? Is it becouse you are too educated such that you make this country ungovenable.i think zambians need a dictater in the likes of idia amin to just imprement and not listen to fools like you

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