Chinese investors who shot Zambian miners charged with attempted murder

Chinese investors who shot at workers protesting poor working conditions would be charged with attempted murder., inspector general of police Francis Kabonde has said.

Twelve workers at Collum Coal Mine in of Sinazongwe were injured on Friday when Chinese managers fired randomly at the protesting workers.

‘The managers are likely to be charged with attempted murder and this may be on Monday or Tuesday,’  Kabonde told journalists.

‘A warn and caution statement has already been recorded and what should be realised is that there is no one above the law, as it had been portrayed by some people,’ he said.

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