Vol.22 No.111

Friday 22 July 2005    

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Unionists wary of proposed exit policies

Labour activists fear for the worst after internal consultations held by government on public service hours of work and early exit policy. The consultations were engineered by Minister for Presidential Affairs and Public Administration, Phandu Skelemani.

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Unionists wary of proposed exit policies

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