TAKING what doesn’t belong to you does not constitute being a business man, says President Hakainde Hichilema. And Human Rights Commission Chairperson Pamela Sambo says there are developments to do with law enforcement which were undermining the enjoyment of human rights. Speaking when a delegation from the Human Rights Commission paid a courtesy call on him at State House, Tuesday, President Hichilema said over the years citizens had begun celebrating petty thieves disguised as business persons. “Our curriculum must take into account the issues of national unity, cohesion, but also corruption. To say to our young people at an early age; what doesn’t belong to you, you shouldn’t take. Taking what doesn’t belong to you does not constitute being a...

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