THE International Labour Organisation (ILO) has advised government to see to it that resources are projected to be available before rolling out partial access to NAPSA benefits so that the programme isn’t disrupted midway. In an interview, ILO country director for Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique George Okutho disclosed that government had contacted the organisation for advice on the practicability of the policy. He said ILO supported such a policy but needed to study it in the context of Zambia to ensure that workers benefitted and also that NAPSA funds were not completely depleted. “Government has contacted ILO to get advice on the practicability and also to ensure that this does not corrupt the funding flow for the pension/NAPSA scheme. And…...

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