Zambia Congress of Trade Unions

The Zambia Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) was established in 1965 through an Act of Parliament. Until 1993, the ZCTU was the sole umbrella organisation of trade unions in the country. Currently the ZCTU represents thirty three (33) affiliated national unions operating in various sector of the economy. Since its formation, the crucial role of the ZCTU has been that of representing the views and interests of the workers and vulnerable groups of society.

Workers have Rights

The ZCTU's crucial role has been that of representing the views and interests of the workers and vulnerable groups of society...

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Employment for all

ZCTU is determined to see the transformation of Zambia into a country that is free from poverty, discrimination and any form of injustice through the creation of conditions that allow employment of every able-bodied man and women...

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Industrialisation policies and strategies that are in tandem with the need to achieve sustainable national development within the context and dictates of regional competitive and globalisation