Lawyer Nathaniel Inambao and his co-accused Mubanga Chibonga have been sentenced to 12 months imprisonment each with hard labour for forging a dead man’s Will.
Lusaka Magistrate Judith Chiyayika has jailed the two after finding them guilty of forging the late Donald Chimfwembe’s Will and uttering it to his widow Clara Musonda whom the former had married after divorcing with his first wife Beauty Kafwimbi.
MILLIONS of Kwacha is going to waste after the Zambian pipe line carrying Zambian’s refined diesel burst in Mbeya, Tanzania Economic and Equity Party (EEP) president Kasonde Mwenda disclosed yesterday.
The Africa Media Convention (AMC) is deeply concerned about the levels of impunity and rising cases of violations against journalists and media workers in Africa which has been eroding the rights to freedom of expression and opinion as well as access to information, assembly and political participation.
Ministry of Information and Media Director Thabo Kawana said benefits for former presidents including the provision of security are provided for under the benefits of the former Presidents Act. Cap. 15 of the laws of Zambia.
“The former President occupies a constitutional office and he is entitled to a pension and security upon retirement from active politics,” he said.
That the Lusaka High Court has ordered the reinstatement of all the 19 Hunting Concession Agreements (HCA) that were illegally cancelled by the Ministry of Tourism, it is our appeal to President Hakainde Hichilema to now prevail and ensure the Safari hunting tender is signed so that the outfitters could commence their hunting business, Davison Mung’andu has said.
INSPECTOR General of Police Graphel Musamba should resist the temptation of fanning hared in the police service by insinuating that police officers who were employed by the previous government were cadres and should be retrained, Stephen Kampyongo has advised.
Mining expert Edward Simukonda has called for increased budgetary allocation towards artisanal mining for the sector to realise its full potential.
The State is planning to formally arrest former First Lady Esther Lungu and charge her with an offence of motor vehicle theft after last week’s debacle at which heavily-armed police officers with armoured vehicles raided the residence of former President Edger Lungu and attempted a break-in in search of his wife, Makebi Zulu has disclosed.
Three government workers have been sued by Chief Mwenge Mando for allegedly trespassing on his lands and subdividing a graveyard into plots.
PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema has called on Africa and the world at large to embrace and explore ways of enhancing intelligence capabilities and information sharing to manage security challenges.