Two Lusaka men, one of them a boxer, have been dragged to court for allegedly assaulting two people.
In this matter Anthony Mwape, a 22-year-old boxer of Matero North is jointly charged with Alex Nkandu, 22, with one count of assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
Nkandu on the other hand is also charged with unlawful wounding.
It is alleged in count one that the duo on July 11, 2019 in Lusaka, jointly and whilst acting together, assaulted Tylon Mweete thereby occasioning him actual bodily harm.
In count two, Nkandu is alleged to have on the same date in Lusaka, unlawfully wounded Violet Vainess Mweete.
The matter was allocated to Magistrate Alice Walusiku for plea and the suspects are expected to appear in court soon.
In another matter, three AVIC International employees among them a security guard and driver, have been dragged to court for allegedly stealing 80 rows of electric cables worth K40,000.
In this matter, Dickson Bwalya, a 52-year-old security guard; James Zimba, a 25-year-old driver and Chalwe Kaleta, a machine operator, are charged with breaking into a building and committing a felony.
Particulars of the offence allege that the three being employed by Avic International Company, jointly and whilst acting together stole 80 rows of electric cables valued at K40,000, property of their employer.
The matter has been allocated to Magistrate Felix Kaoma for plea and the suspects are expected to appear in court soon.
Meanwhile, a 20-year-old CCTV Operator has also been dragged to court for allegedly stealing K8000 from another woman by purporting to show that she had a business for depositing money with accrued interests, when in fact not.
In this matter, Mary Ngoma of Lusaka West is charged is charged with obtaining money by false pretence.
Particulars of the offence allege that on March 25, this year, in Lusaka, Ngoma with intent to deceive or defraud, stole K8000 cash from Cecilia Chilufya by purporting to show that she had a business called Mineral Pay Investment, an institution for depositing money with accrued interests when in fact not.
She is expected to appear in court soon for plea.