POST Newspaper Managing Editor Bivan Saluseki has allegedly been dismissed after his employers intercepted a letter he wrote to President Edgar Lungu.
Although Mr Saluseki who was on annual leave gave his letter directly to a senior State House official in the evening, his superiors at the newspaper managed to get hold of it, the morning of the following day.
“Bivan has been dismissed. He actually wrote a letter to President Lungu but we were surprised our boss had a copy of the original letter. We don’t know how he got it because Mr Saluseki has been on annual leave,” the source at the Post newspaper said.
Mr Saluseki joined the Post Newspaper in 2000 after he graduated from Evelyn Hone College.
During his stay at the Post Newspaper, Mr Saluseki was privileged to have gone for further studies in South Africa
He rose through ranks from reporter to Managing Editor.