All the retirees for Times of Zambia have come together and mobilised themselves to criple the operations of the company after dragging it to court for failure to pay them terminal dues of more than one year.
The retirees who are former senior editors and others from other professions have hired a lawyer of Ndola Larry Matibini to push their cases through by organising bailiffs to pounce on the company.
Sources at the Times of Zambia in Ndola and at the courts have said Matibini has been preparing papers to have baillifs to pounce at Times of Zambia on behalf of the retirees who were retired by the PF government and are roaming the streets.
Even the young journalists who were retired by the PF government have joined the fellow retirees of Ndola to push their cases.
The idea to engage the bailifs seems to have been suggested by Hikcs Sikazwe who is now working with PAZA president andrew sakala who also has been sending bailiffs on a weekly basis TO Times after he won the case against one of the PF government newspapers.
The retirees have also been joined by the company’s former legal adviser Brian Singine who has been retired through PF government’s permanent secretary for information Amos Malupenga because of some cases of former employees.