THE Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has arrested a Livingstone woman for extorting K32, 000 through swindling unsuspecting citizens whom she promised to facilitate their recruitment as teachers under the Ministry of Education.
Milimo Mesilina Miyoba aged 30 years, of house number D58 Malota Compound in Livingstone has been charged with 9 Counts of obtaining money by false pretenses during the 2017 teacher recruitment exercise.
ACC Public Relations Manager Timothy Moono in a statement said the suspect jointly and whilst working together with other persons unknown, between 9th October and 3rd November 2017 in Livingstone, obtained various amounts of money totaling K32, 300 during 2017 teacher recruitment exercise from five people.
Moono said the suspect collected the said amount from Vineless Siatwiinda, Munji Cheelo, Lungowe Zaza, Precious Kembulwe, and Evans Namakando, through a ZANACO account by falsely pretending to be entitled to the said monies when in fact not.
“The victims were told to deposit the money into her account after being promised that they would be recruited as teachers under the Ministry of Education during the 2017 teacher recruitment exercise.
Moono said the suspect has been released on bond and will appear before the Livingstone Magistrates Court on 27th October, 2020.
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Chongwe Lower Zambezi is open for the Festive season
#Mwebantu Join us on the river for fun, fishing and family time this holiday season! Enjoy your festive break at Chongwe Lower Zambezi. Choose from the Chongwe Camp, Suites or House on the banks of the Zambezi River and beautifully located in the valley. Lower Zambezi National Park is known for the variety of activities on offer, including game drives, walking safaris, canoeing safaris, boat cruises and tiger fishing.
Nestled between an imposing mountain escarpment to the north and the mighty Zambezi River to the south, the Lower Zambezi Valley boasts a variety of activities that few, if any, other destinations can offer. It has stunning scenery, peaceful riverside woodlands and abundant wildlife.
Dotted along the riverbank, Chongwe Camp is set at the confluence of the Chongwe and Zambezi Rivers which wind through the forested valley, creating a haven for wildlife like lions, leopards and wild dog. Its nine classic tents are designed to make the most of what Mother Nature provided. Each has a panoramic view along the Chongwe River, a spacious open-air bathroom, a porch with comfortable lounge chairs, and features local textiles and handcrafted furniture.
Named after indigenous plants growing in the area, the Cassia and Albida Suites are nestled under ancient towering trees at the confluence of the Chongwe and Zambezi Rivers. The one-bedroom Cassia Suite is a private suite for two, perfect for honeymooners and couples. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom Albida Suite sleeps four guests and is great for families wanting their own space or friends travelling together. Both have en-suite open air bathrooms with a clawfoot bath, a canopied lounge and dining area, a pool overlooking the river, a fire pit and a dedicated butler.
Chongwe House rests on a peaceful stretch of the Chongwe River, set against a beautiful mountainous backdrop.
A two-storey, four-bedroom, four-bathroom private house, its design blends effortlessly into the undulating landscape around it, with river pebble accents and furniture carved from a fallen winterthorn tree.
The house sleeps four to eight people and features private open-air bathtubs and waterfall showers, a large pool, and spacious indoor and outdoor lounges and dining areas perfect for spending time together.
Listen to fish eagle calls and the faint sound of a resident family of warthogs ‘mowing’ the grass outside. Watch elephants wade across the river right in front of the house. Savour fine dining in the wild, featuring local and seasonal ingredients.
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Nurse, ambulance driver killed in Lundazi road traffic accident
AN ambulance taking a patient from Ng’onga to Lundazi Hospital hit a tree at Mphamba Bridge, killing a nurse and the driver, police said.
Eastern Province Police Deputy Commissioner Paul Achiume said the accident happened at 2am.
He said the driver, Stephen Mulenga, a ZNS officer of Lumezi ZNS Camp, who was carrying 3 passengers sustained fatal head injuries and died on the spot. Mr Peter Mwanza a nurse from Lundazi District Hospital sustained head injuries and also died on the spot.
The survivors, Crodina Moyo also of Lundazi District Health Office and an unknown male adult of unknown abode complained of general body pains and are admitted to the District Hospital.
Mr. Achiume said the accident happened when the driver of the ambulance failed to negotiate a curve and careered off the road on the right side, hitting into a tree and fell into a ditch.