Six Libala Secondary School grade 12 pupils have appeared in court for unauthorized possession of examination papers.
In this matter, Yobe Ng’uni, 18, of Arakan Barracks; Fred Chipampa, 18, of Kabwata Site and Service; Joyce Sialwiindi, 20, of Libala Stage 4B, Enert Manjengwa, 18, of Chawama; Enivia Chimba, 18, of Libala South and blessing Banda, 17, of Chawama are charged with unauthorized possession of examination paper or information contrary to Section 19 (1) and (2) of the Examination Council of Zambia Act chapter 137 of the laws of Zambia.
It is alleged that on November 2, this year, the six jointly and whilst acting together without lawful excuse, had in their possession Grade 12 examination question papers.
The accused are yet to take plea.
Meanwhile, two teachers have pleaded not guilty to disclosure of examination questions to a pupil, without lawful authority.
In this matter, Alphonsius Milambo, 40 and Angela Mumba, 41, are charged with disclosure of examination questions contrary to Section 18 of the Examinations Council of Zambia Act, chapter 137 of the Laws of Zambia.
Particulars of the offence are that between October 16 and October 26, 2018, Lusaka, the two jointly and whilst acting together without lawful excuse, disclosed examination question paper to a Grade nine pupil.
The matter has been allocated to Magistrate T. Mulenga and trial commences on December 27.