CHIEF Justice Mumba Malila says the introduction of the Economics and Financial Crimes Court has worsened the Judiciary’s accommodation problem. In an interview, recently, Justice Malila said sharing of courtrooms by certain fast-track courts contributed to the late disposal of cases. “We have very significant issues of infrastructure outside the line of rail; our magistrate and local courts are in a terrible state of disrepair and some of them are just non-existent. But we have had a release by the treasury this year to go towards renovating some of the courts and [as] I speak to you now, a lot of renovation work is being undertaken. Some of it by the Zambia National Service. We have had a very good…...

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