PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema says his administration is determined to continue attacking the ‘ka something culture’ (bribery culture) because it increases the cost of doing business. Speaking during the ZNFU annual congress, Thursday, President Hichilema UPND’s one year in government was enough for people to align with its vision and those who were not in yet in line should not cry victimisation when certain actions are taken. “Obviously, issues around government extravagance that affects you, affects your business extravagance in public spending, corruption – corruption is a huge tax. Sometimes there are delays in you getting to do certain things which you need [such as] license payment so you can be exhausted and end up paying somebody somewhere ‘ka something. Ka…...

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