The Anti-Corruption Commission has expressed concern that the mysterious process of paying traffic fines will continue to pose a major challenge in the fight against bribery and corruption in the road traffic sector if not addressed. It has been observed that traffic police officers use standby decoy vehicles to discuss traffic offences with motorists so that it is easy for them to take bribes. The campaign to end this habit and many other corruption trends, spearheaded by the Anti-Corruption Commission deserves the support of all well-meaning Zambians, especially motorists. We agree with the concerns raised by the Commission Director General Gilbert Phiri during the launch of the ‘No bribes but fines campaign’ who said traffic corruption has contributed to some…...

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