Lucas: News anchor complains about not receiving salary during live news bulletin.
In the East African country of Zambia, Klemina Kabinda, a news anchor for the private TV channel BNTV, complained about not being paid live. “We are human beings, we should be paid, unfortunately this is not the case, me and some of my colleagues are not being paid, we should be paid,” Anchor said at the end of the bulletin.
Klemina Kabinda later posted a video clip of the news bulletin on her Facebook account and wrote, “Yes, I did it on Live TV, because a lot of journalists are afraid to talk about it, it doesn’t mean that They should not raise their voice.
News TV’s chief executive officer did not respond to anchor’s allegations in a statement. The CEO says that Anchor Klemina was intoxicated. KBN has set up an excellent system for employee complaints where any employee can file a complaint, but Anchor did not report directly. I did that He added that further investigations would be carried out into how the anchor was allowed to do news bulletins while intoxicated.