Kalumbila Mine dangles K30, 000 for whistle-blower

Kalumbila Minerals is offering K30, 000 to any of its employees with information leading to the arrest and conviction of employees damaging company property.

Kalumbila Minerals General Manager Morris Rowe said sand was found in a number of fleet of mine vehicles.

“In light of this, management is offering a monetary reward to any employee who has information that can assist us in finding out who is responsible for these highly irresponsible acts. Those with information that is verified and leads to a criminal conviction of the culprits will receive a reward of 30, 000 ZMW (thirty thousand kwacha) NET,” Mr Rowe said.

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