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Watch the Virtual Launch of the Early Warning and Early Response System



#Mwebantu, The Early Warning and Early Response System Projeect has officially been launched. The project falls under the Democracy strengthening in Zambia project and will be used during the upcoming August 12 General Election Zambia and beyond. To learn all about the system, watch the video of the launch that took place virtually and brought to you by Human Rights Commission , UNDP and other partners.


ACC arrests Chirundu DEBS for theft and forgery contrary to the Laws of Zambia



CHIRUNDU District Education Board Secretary (DEBS), Veronica Mubanga has been arrested by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) and jointly charged with two others for theft and forgery contrary to the laws of Zambia.

Mubanga aged 53, of Chirundu High Cost, has been charged with one (1) count of Theft by Public Servant contrary to the Laws of Zambia.

Others arrested and jointly charged with her are Chirundu District Guidance and Counseling Coordinator (DGCC) Obert Sibajene aged 50, of House Number 8 Teachers Compound, Chirundu Secondary School; and the District Resource Centre Coordinator (DRCC) Njekwa Njekwa aged 41 of Mazongolo Compound in the same district.

ACC Spokesperson Queen Chibwe disclosed in a statement that Sibajene has been charged with one (1) count of Forgery while Njekwa, has been charged with two (2) counts of Forgery contrary to the Laws of Zambia.

“Sibajene and Njekwa on separate occasions, forged an Accounts Form 44A purporting to be a retirement form for a certain Eddie Zaza when in fact not,” Chibwe stated.

She said the trio has been released on bond and will appear in court soon.

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ACC arrests (DBZ) Managing Director Samuel Mulenga Bwalya for Abuse of Authority of Office



THE ACC has arrested the Development Bank of Zambia (DBZ) Managing Director Samuel Mulenga Bwalya for Abuse of Authority of Office involving K781 thousand.

Bwalya aged 51, of House no. 28, Sugar Street in New Avondale, Lusaka, has been charged with 12 Counts

of Abuse of Authority of Office contrary to Section 21 (1) (a) as read with Section 41 of the Anti-Corruption Act No. 3 of 2012.

ACC Spokesperson Queen Chibwe has confirmed the development in a statement to the media today.

Chibwe said details of the offence are that on multiple occasions between 1st May 2020 and 30th July 2021, Bwalya whilst working as a public officer in his capacity as Managing Director for the named bank arbitrarily directed the payments of school fees for his children abroad using public funds.

“Bwalya, using public funds, made 12 separate payments of £15, 980, equivalent to K417, 900.97; R106, 324, equivalent to K132, 435.09; and R90, 205, equivalent to K130, 709.94,” Chibwe disclosed.

“Other payments were R35, 160.61 equivalent to K39, 028.28; K10, 540, K9, 000; K8, 111.50; K8, 420; K6, 980; K6, 840; K6, 560; and K4, 670.”

She said the funds were paid to different schools in the United Kingdom, South Africa, and Zambia.

Chibwe said Bwalya has since been released on bond and will appear in Court soon.

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Police say vehicle that was involved in an RTA was not on the presidential escort convey



ZAMBIA Police Service has dispelled the falsehood being peddled on social media that the vehicle that was involved in a road traffic accident was on the presidential escort convoy at the time of accident.

Police Spokesperson Rea Hamoonga said in a statement, that the vehicle in question is not used on the presidential escort convoy duties but rather is used by traffic officers to check the deployment of officers on the route.

Mr Hamoonga said police in Lusaka have since charged Namuyemba Lyapa aged 32 of Lusakas Nyumba Yanga for the offence of Careless driving Contrary to Section 154 of the Road traffic Act NO.11 of 2002.

“This was after a head on collision that occurred on 2nd December, 2021 at 19:00 hours at the Junction of Mosi-O-tunya and Tokyo way (ring road) involving a Nissan Almera ZP 198 C driven by Sergeant Nkwashi Hillary and Nissan Murano registration number BAR 2206 driven by Namuyemba Lyapa,” he said.

He explained that the accident happened when the driver of the Nissan Murano was approaching from South towards North and failed to give way to the Nissan Almera which was approaching from the opposite direction and was turning right when the traffic lights indicated the arrow sign hence the collision.

Mr Hamoonga added that the Nissan Almera had a broken left head lamp, bonnet, grill and front bumper while the Nissan Murano had a depressed front bumper.

This accident occurred when the driver had knocked off duty on his return to his duty station.

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