ARLAC bids farewell to Ms. Betty Mutsvunguma after almost 3 decades of loyal and dedicated service.

To Betty we say "The nice part about retiring from doing what you do so well is there is no more rushing around to meet deadlines and complete tasks. You'll have lots of time to make your dreams come true. The bad part is how much we will miss the pleasurable experience of working with you. We wish you all the best and thank you for your years of dedication, enthusiasm and team spirit".


At its 39B ARLAC Governing Council Meeting in June 2013, it was approved that Mr. Daniel Eyewumi Neburagho be offered a contract at the helm of the ARLAC Secretariat.

Mr. Daniel E. Neburagho holds a Bachelor Degree in Economics from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria; a Masters in Industrial and Labour Relations from the University of Ibadan. Nigeria; and a post -graduate diploma in Population, Environment and Sustainable Development from the University of Botswana in Gaborone, Botswana.

Until his appointment, Mr. Neburagho has had a distinguished career and enviable track record in the Nigerian Civil Service spanning over 25 years most of which were in the field of Labour Administration. He was a Special Assistant to the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity and the Deputy Director - Productivity Measurement and Standards in the Ministry. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria; the Nigerian Industrial Relations Association; and the International Industrial Relations Association, Germany. Furthermore, he has been a key figure in the Governing Body of the International Labour Organisation, the African Union Labour and Social Affairs Commission and the African Commission for Human Rights, where he served as a Nigerian delegate for many years.  

It is with great sadness that the ARLAC Secretariat must bid farewell to Cecilia Mulindeti-Kamanga. Cecilia has been with the organisation since 2008 and throughout has been a passionate advocate for its cause.


ARLAC and NEPAD signed an MOU on 09 February 2012. The MOU was to establish a framework for cooperation on the development of a link with the NEPAD process and finding a place for employment and labour policies within the NEPAD dispensation.

Hon. Ms. Paurina Mpariwa (MP), Chairperson of ARLAC and Minister of Labour and Social Services (Zimbabwe) represented ARLAC and Dr. Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, the Chief Executive Officer of the NEPAD Agency represented his organisation. The signing ceremony was witnessed by members of the ARLAC Governing Council who had gathered at the Kingdom Hotel, in Victoria Falls for the 38th ARLAC Governing Council Meeting and High Level Symposium on Accelerating Social Services: Challenges for Labour Administrators conducted from the 6th - 10th of February 2012.


Nineteen countries have ratified the ARLAC agreement and these are:

  • Botswana
  • Egypt
  • Ethiopia
  • Ghana
  • Kenya
  • Lesotho
  • Liberia
  • Malawi
  • Mauritius
  • Namibia
  • Nigeria
  • Sierra Leone
  • Somalia
  • South Africa
  • Sudan
  • Swaziland
  • Uganda
  • Zambia
  • Zimbabwe

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