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KCM CEO retires

Economy KCM CEO retires

Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) has announced that its chief executive officer Christopher Sheppard has retired and will be leaving the company on November 12, 2021.

In a statement, KCM provisional liquidator Milingo Lungu said Enock Mponda has been appointed as acting CEO and would also act as CEO for KCM SmelterCo Limited while Moses Chilambe had been appointed to act as CEO for Konkola Mineral Resources Limited.

Mr Lungu described and Sheppard as a thoughtful and forthright CEO who inspired workers and business partners and their workers to steer KCM in the right direction under difficult circumstances.

“Credit should be given to him for his stewardship in keeping KCM afloat and we shall remember him for his commitment to inspire the growth of the company and keeping employees aligned to the cause of KCM as well as fostering a cordial working relationship between the company and its numerous stakeholders and the government.”

11 COMMENTS

  1. Don’t worry abt Milingo Lungu the guy will very soon be liquidated too the same way he liquidated KCM. Government is still collecting evidence , if u scarce the clique , they ll runaway and u won’t have anyone to arrest. So, be tactful, give them a free space meanwhile conduct full investigations – that is the Bally way.

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  2. I thought Mr. Milingo Lungu is no longer at KCM due to allegations levelled against him. Very interesting indeed.

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  3. KCM provisional liquidator Milingo Lungu said Enock Mponda has been appointed as acting CEO and would also act as CEO for KCM SmelterCo Limited while Moses Chilambe had been appointed to act as CEO for Konkola Mineral Resources Limited. Oh, So Milingo Lungu the the PF appointed Liquidator is still functioning?There you have it. Ba New Dawn Are there any changes on the copperbelt mines concerning the mining operations or you are still wrestling with cliques in Lusaka.

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  4. ” Milingo Lungu arrested” These are just but talk shows to feed into the narrative that all other tribes are thieves except the chap in state house.

  5. This looks like evidence tampering….he has runaway! So convenient, good thing SA is just around the corner. The calibre of appoints shades a very darker colour!

    Anyway, good luck KCM! Maybe GRZ wants KCM to collapse completely to make the point that Milingo’s liquidation was a sham. I would!

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