Antonio Mwanza steps down as PF Youth National Chairman and Media Director.
PATRIOTIC Front (PF) national youth chairman and party media director Antonio Mwanza has stepped down from his positions.
In a media statement, Mr Mwanza said he will remain an ordinary member of the party’s central committee.
“Further, I wish to indicate that I will also be stepping down as the party’s media director.
I pledge my loyalty and commitment to the Party and I pledge to continue working hard for the furtherance of the PF’s agenda,” he said.
Mr Mwanza thanked President Edgar Lungu for the trust and confidence he exhibited in him for the appointments.
Police look for people who tortured a man in Lusaka
POLICE in Lusaka are calling on the public to report criminals among them one clad in a United Party for National Development (UPND) baret for torturing a man at Soweto Market in Lusaka.
In a video circulating on social media some criminals are seen torturing the unidentified male adult.
Police spokesperson Esther Katongo has appealed to members of the public who could have identified any of the thugs in the video to report to the police without delay.
She further calls on the victim in the video to report the matter to police for justice to prevail.
“Police shall not tolerate anyone that would deliberately commit crime with impunity, not even under the guise of politics,” she said.
Chishimba Kambwili, son, two ZRA officials acquitted, by Lusaka Magistrate Court
THE Lusaka Magistrates’ Court has acquitted former National Democratic Congress (NDC) party Chishimba Kambwili of forgery and possession of property suspected to be proceeds of crime amounting to over K6 million.
Delivering judgment in the matter today, Lusaka High Court judge Mwaka Mikalile, sitting as a principal resident magistrate, acquitted Kambwili and others because the prosecution failed to prove the allegations against them.
Magistrate Mikalile said Kambwili during his defence provided the court with evidence of his legitimate sources of income.
She said Kambwili also provided evidence of the contracts he had with companies such as China Henan and had various businesses which he was running.
The court also acquitted Mwamba and Mwamona Engineering Technical Services.
And in acquitting two ZRA employees – Brano Musonda and Mulenga Kapilima, magistrate Mikalile said she found them not guilty as they had authority to prepare the tax clearance certificate for Mwamona Engineering and Technical Services.
Kambwili’s lawyers Keith Mweemba and Gilbert Phiri did not show up in court today.
Kambwili was accompanied by his wife Carol while Matero PF member of parliament was also at court to offer support.