NATIONAL Democratic Congress (NDC) leader Chishimba Kambwili has told the Lusaka Magistrate Court that the US$160,000 which was stolen from his house is money he had been saving from his mining business since 2012. Kambwili’s five domestic workers and a student have been dragged to the Lusaka Magistrates’ Court for allegedly stealing US$160,000 cash. The five workers: Rodney Muntanga, a 47-year-old house boy; Esther Munyeka, a 29-year-old maid; George Bwalya, a driver, aged 49; Millan Chembe, a 35-year-old security guard and Charles Kamutengo, a 54-year-old gardener are all charged with theft by servant. The student, Stacey Jones Jane, 23, who is also a friend to Kambwili’s daughter Chanda, is equally charged with theft. In count one (theft charge), it is…...

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