By Scoop Reporter
OUT of 170 workers from the Judiciary that sat for an aptitude test by the Zambia Institute of Advanced Legal Education (ZIALE) for an internal job recruitment exercise, only two have passed.
The advertised positions which were to be filled internally by qualified employees of the Judiciary will now be re-advertised for external candidates after 168 of them sunk below the pass mark of 70 percent which only Chakala Banda and Nkumbwa Chinyama managed to beat.
In a memo dated October 17, 2022 and signed by Judiciary Chief Registrar Exnobert Zulu, those who flopped the first aptitude test have been asked not to waste their time re-applying when the external advert comes out as they are ineligible.
This means the Judiciary could not find suitable candidates for the magistracy positions among the internal applicants and is now looking elsewhere to fill the void.
Recently, the Judiciary internally advertised for various positions which needed to be filled in and those who sat for the exam include clerks and reporters. Meanwhile, the two brainers; Chakala Banda and Nkumbwa Chinyama have proceeded to the next level of the selection process.
4 thoughts on “ZIALE STRIKES AGAIN: ONLY 2 OUT OF 170 JUDICIARY WORKERS PASS APTITUDE TEST”
I’m happy not to have studied law, you can be embarrassed.
I see this is the more reasons we have a crisis in interpreting the constitution . Hey wait.. Aren’t this basic questions that people in the judicial system ought to know in short they have unfinished business with ziale
It’s like everything to do with ZIALE is an uphill battle..and only the brainers come out victorious..
Congratulations to those who proceeded to the next level..
Sometimes I don’t understand what these guys learn, all 168 failed. So the lectures didn’t change the method of teaching to increase pas rate. Lectures have a big problem at this institution.