TRANSPARENCY International Zambia (TI-Z) chapter president Sampa Kalungu says the revocation of Honeybee Pharmacy’s licence should be the beginning of a cleansing exercise at the Zambia Medicines Regulatory Authority (ZAMRA) because prosecution is the next step. In an interview, Kalungu said that the decision to revoke Honeybee’s licence would not have been necessary had ZAMRA followed the rules by not awarding the company with a licence when it found Honeybee with 17 irregularities. He, therefore, called for prosecution of all the responsible culprits involved to remedy the anomaly. “Transparency International...

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