POLICE Spokesperson Esther Katongo has warned students from higher learning institutions intending to do a match to parliament in protests that such will not be condoned.
Katongo says she has information that students from learning institutions are planning to match to Parliament over issues of meal allowances.
She advised the students to avoid any unnecessary confrontation with the law enforcers by following the laid down procedures in airing their grievances.
And Katongo in a statement said police already have details of those orchestrating the protest and warned that should the protest materialise, police will not spare them.
Ferdinand Simaanya discharged from hospital where he was admitted for COVID-19
ZAMBIA Association in South Africa (ZASA) president Ferdinand Simaanya has been discharged from the hospital where he was admitted for COVID-19.
Special Assistant to the ZASA president for Press and Communication Alwyn Matongo in a statement said Simaanya was admitted at the Waterfall Netcare private hospital last thursday due to COVID 19 complications.
“He is home where he will continue to recuperate,” Matongo said.
And Matongo has thanked the Doctors, front line medical personnel, and nurses who attended to him.
General Kingsley Chinkuli collapses, admitted to hospital
FIRST Quantum Minerals Country Manager, Gen. Kingsley Chinkuli, this evening collapsed while addressing a meeting on the Copperbelt.
He suffered what is suspected to be a stroke or heart attack.
A source has told Mwebantu Gen. Kingsley Chinkuli collapsed and suffered a stroke while on the Copperbelt. He was immediately evacuated to Lusaka and has now regained consciousness and out of the ICU. He is now able to talk.