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    Labour legislative framework in the mining sector. Legislation governing the rights and obligations of employers and employees in the mining sector in Zambia is mainly contained in the Industrial and Labour Relations Act, Chapter 269 of the Laws of Zambia.

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    At that time the mining sector had three unions, the railways had two and the transport sector also had two. [ Fn 6: See Elena Berger, Labour Race and Colonial Rule ( Oxford: Clrendon Press, 1974) and Cherry Gertzel, Industrial Relation in Zambia on 1975’ in Damachi, U.G. et at (Eds) Industrial Relations in Africa (London: The Macmillan Press ...