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  • Nurses' Dismissals Final, Says State By CATHERINE NYIRENDA
    THE decision to dismiss the nurses, who went on an illegal strike is final, Labour and Social Security Minister Fackson Shamenda has said. Mr Shamenda has also taken a swipe at Zambia Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) secretary general Roy Mwaba[...]
    Date Posted: 07/Dec/2013
     ‘What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.’ ‘If people can learn to hate, they can be t[...]
    Date Posted: 06/Dec/2013
  • NELSON MANDELA 1918 - 2013: Freedom fighter, prisoner, president, global icon - the world ...
    . South African President Jacob Zuma confirmed Mandela’s death in a TV address and said: 'Our nation has lost its greatest son’ . Former president passed away at his home in Johannesburg . President Obama paid emotional tribute,[...]
    Date Posted: 06/Dec/2013
  • Some defibrillators may not deliver shock, FDA warns
    U.S. regulators have warned that some automated external defibrillators made by Philips Medical Systems may be unable to deliver potentially life-saving shocks to the heart in emergency situations, due to an electronic product malfunction.  [...]
    Date Posted: 06/Dec/2013
  • 'To End Strikes, Stop Waste in the Health Sector'
    Even with the many strikes that the health sector has endured in the past few months, the President of the Nigerian Medical Association, Dr. Osahon Inabulele has declared the readiness of the body to continue saving lives.   In the past fe[...]
    Date Posted: 06/Dec/2013
  • Strike Paralyses Health Services in Edo State
    Over 1,000 patients at the Benin Central Hospital were discharged, late Tuesday, from the hospital as a result of the strike by the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, in Edo State. Though doctors were not part of the strike, the action affected the nu[...]
    Date Posted: 05/Dec/2013
  • Nurses Fired (Zambia)
    MORE than 150 nurses at the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) in Lusaka have been dismissed for taking part in an illegal strike.   The nurses, who have been pressing for salary increments from the current K2, 900 for the least paid to K1[...]
    Date Posted: 05/Dec/2013
  • Nigerian Applicants to Pay For UK Visa in Dollars
    The British High Commission in Nigeria on Wednesday announced a new system of visa application whereby applicants will pay for UK visa online in US dollars.   In a statement by its Press and Public Affairs Officer, Mr Rob Fitzpatrick, the[...]
    Date Posted: 05/Dec/2013
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