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Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) employee turns down K 1 million bribe

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THE Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has arrested a Director for Opermin Zambia Limited  for corrupt practices involving K1 million.
ACC Public Relations Manager Timothy Moono has told Mwebantu in a statement that the suspect identified as Peter Samboko, aged 41 of Riverside Kitwe, has been charged with one count of Corrupt Practices with Private Person.
Moono said the suspect’s arrest followed a sting operation conducted by the Commission.
“Details are that between 1st  October, 2020 and 4th October 2020 in Lusaka, Peter Samboko jointly and whilst acting with persons unknown corruptly offered and actually gave Mr. Joseph Mfula, an Assistant Director – Debt Recovery Unit at Zambia Revenue Authority, One Million Kwacha (K1,000,000.00) cash as an inducement in order for Mr. Mfula to lower the tax assessment payable to ZRA by Opermin Zambia Limited, a matter or transaction that concerns Zambia Revenue Authority, a public body,” Moono said.
He said the suspect has been released on Bond and will appear in Court soon.

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Self-catering at the edge of the Lower Zambezi National Park this festive season

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KASAKA RIVER LODGE | SELF-CATERING

#Mwebantu, Kasaka River Lodge is OPEN for the festive season! Spend your family holiday immersed in wild surroundings, perched right on the edge of the Lower Zambezi National Park with guided Safari activities just minutes away.

Kasaka offers a fantastic riverside location on the banks of the Zambezi River, directly across from the Mana Pools in Zimbabwe. It is set in a natural bush environment and each tent is tastefully decorated with authentic African flavor…making you feel at home and at peace the minute you check in.

For booking Contact Chris: kasakalodge@gmail.com

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Ndola police recover stolen vehicle from Church

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POLICE in Ndola have recovered a motor vehicle which was stolen at church on Sunday.

A male Juvenile of itawa area has since been arrested for allegedly stealing the vehicle at St Andrews United Church of Zambia in Ndola.

Copperbelt province deputy commissioner of Bothwell Namuswa has confirmed the arrest to Mwebantu.

Mr Namuswa said the juvenile aged 19 has been apprehended for stealing a motor vehicle number plate AQB 1023 silver in colour.

He said three other suspects have also apprehended in connection with the stolen vehicle but they are not yet been identified.

Mr Namuswa said the stolen motor vehicle is valued at K120,000.

He said the case was reported was filed in by the owner of the vehicle, Chileshe Puta on the same day that the theft happened.

The deputy police commissioner said officers retrieved the motor vehicle at Blue mint club in Ndola.

” I wish to confirm that the suspects have been apprehended and will appear in court,” Mr Namuswa said.

 

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Lusaka man found dead both his legs cut off, police say

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A 35 year old man of Lusaka’s Mazyopa compound in Mandevu constituency has been discovered dead with both his legs cut off near the railway line between Kabanana Site and Service and Mazyopa compound.
The deceased identified as John Sekeseke is reported to have gotten home  on Friday around 20:00 hours and later went out without telling the wife.
Deputy Police Spokesperson Danny Mwale in a statement disclosed that this morning around 06:00 hours, a report was received that Sekeseke was discovered dead near a railway line with both his legs cut off.
“Police officers who rushed to the scene discovered that the body had both legs cut completely and sustained two cuts on the back of the head,” Mwale said.
He said the body has since been deposited in the University Teaching Hospital Mortuary awaiting post-mortem while investigations in the matter have been instituted.

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ZAMBIA: COVID-19 STATS

01 Dec 2020, 3:20 AM (GMT)

Zambia Stats

17,665 Total Cases
357 Deaths
17,059 Recovered

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