Cop gets 6 months for deserting police service

Cop gets 6 months for deserting police service By Lame Itisen A POLICE officer in Siavonga who pleaded guilty to a count of deserting the Zambia Police Service has been sentenced to six months imprisonment with hard labour. Before Siavonga magistrate Edward Banda was Constable Kimba Mayankwa, 24 who readily

Cop gets 6 months for deserting police service

Cop gets 6 months for deserting police service By Lame Itisen A POLICE officer in Siavonga who pleaded guilty to a count of deserting the Zambia Police Service has been sentenced to six months imprisonment with hard labour. Before Siavonga magistrate Edward Banda was Constable Kimba Mayankwa, 24 who readily pleaded guilty to

Mulongoti says Post workers have rights, warns Mosho against treating them like criminals

Mulongoti says Post workers have rights, warns Mosho against treating them like criminals By Mwape Mbwelela MIKE Mulongoti says Post employees have rights which should be infringed upon and has warned provisional liquidator Lewis Mosho to stop treating the workers like criminals. Reacting to Mosho’s threats that all Post employees holding on to

Inonge embarrassing herself over load-shedding – Milupi

Inonge embarrassing herself over load-shedding – Milupi By Elly Musonda INONGE Wina must stop embarrassing herself in public by lying that the Batoka Gorge power plant will be completed next year to end load-shedding in Zambia, says ADD leader Charles Milupi. Vice-President Wina on Thursday told a gathering in London

Inonge embarrassing herself over load-shedding – Milupi

Inonge embarrassing herself over load-shedding - Milupi By Elly Musonda INONGE Wina must stop embarrassing herself in public by lying that the Batoka Gorge power plant will be completed next year to end load-shedding in Zambia, says ADD leader Charles Milupi. Vice-President Wina on Thursday told a gathering in London that load-shedding in

Hamukale expresses worry over killing of fishermen on Kariba

Hamukale expresses worry over killing of fishermen on Kariba By Lame Itisen SOUTHERN Province minister Edify Hamukale says reports of Zambian fishermen being killed and arrested on Lake Kariba by the Zimbabwean authorities is worrying. Speaking in Siavonga during a meeting with the public service officials at the council chamber

Hamukale expresses worry over killing of fishermen on Kariba

Hamukale expresses worry over killing of fishermen on Kariba By Lame Itisen SOUTHERN Province minister Edify Hamukale says reports of Zambian fishermen being killed and arrested on Lake Kariba by the Zimbabwean authorities is worrying. Speaking in Siavonga during a meeting with the public service officials at the council chamber on Thursday, Hamukale