Zambia: President Lungu Pardons 428 inmates countrywide

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President Lungu has pardoned 428 inmates countrywide on the occasion of Africa Freedom Day which is commemorated on this day every year. Read More

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Zambia: State House warns Judges, they should not use courts to hand over power to the UPND

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State House has accused the Judiciary of colluding with the opposition UPND and trying to usurp the sovereign will of the people to elect their own leaders. Read More

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Zambia: Man Takes Matrimonial Bed To The Sitting Room

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A LUSAKA housewife narrated before a Local Court that her husband toZambian Court Roomok the matrimonial bed to the sitting room and did not want her to take it back to the main bedroom. Read More

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Zambia: Court Fines A Grade 11 Pupil K 3,500 For Impregnating A Grade 12 Pupil

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Zambian Court RoomA GRADE eleven pupil of Kabanana site and service has been fined K3,500 in the Boma Local Court for impregnating his fellow pupil aged 16. Read More

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Zambia: Kazungula man demonstrates how he raped a minor in court

A MAN of Kazungula who is charged with defilement of a 14-year-old girl has told the Livingstone Magistrate’s Court that he knew the girl was underage but claims the act was consensual.Zambian Court Room

………….“I met the girl at a bar, where I proposed love and suggested that we should have sex, and she consented to the act,”   Read More
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Zambia: Child theft maid jailed 4 yrs

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AN EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD-house maid of Kitwe has been sentenced to four years simple imprisonment for child stealing.

“………..The children were discovered in Kabwe after a member of the public found the older child abandoned at Big Bite Restaurant.”  Read More

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Zambia: Rupiah Banda, acquitted

Former President Rupiah Banda has been acquitted of the charge of abuse of authority of office in an oil deal involving a Nigerian company.
“………..It was alleged that between May 1, 2008 and September 24, 2011,Mr Banda, being a person employed in the public service, namely President of the Republic of Zambia, did abuse the authority of his office.”  Read More

Zambia: Pilato’s Case Fails To Take Off

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THE case in which musician Chama Fumba, popularly known as Pilato is charged with conduct likely to cause breach of peace for causing his song “Alungu Anabwela” to be published on online media, today failed to take off because the State failed to avail witnesses before Court. Read More

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Zambia: Kitwe maid pleads guilty to stealing babies

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……….Linda Siyamung’ombe, of no fixed abode but in Kabwe, yesterday pleaded guilty to two counts of stealing two children when she appeared for plea before senior resident magistrate Daniel Musonda. Read More

Zambia: Electoral Commission, all candidates sued over 2016 Elections

Zambian Court RoomTwo Zambians have sought a court order to stop the Electoral Commission of Zambia-ECZ from conducting the 2016 Presidential Elections.

“………..The two have argued that President Lungu’s tenure will expire on 20th January 2020.” Read More
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Zambia: ‘Step-dad sneaks into my bed mysteriously’

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A KITWE local court heard how a woman would find her stepfather sleeping naked beside her. This unusual occurrence was heard in Kitwe’s Buchi Local Court when a woman narrated her step father’s strange behaviour.

“I used to find my stepfather sleeping beside me naked,” Read More

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South Africa: South African court prevents Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir from leaving the country

Sudanese_President_Omar_al-BashirStory from the Lusaka Times Website
A South African court has granted an interim order to prevent Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir from leaving South Africa, where he is attending an African Union summit, until it hears an application calling for his arrest.

…….But he has also been to member states that have declined to arrest him, such as Nigeria, which hosted him in July 2013 Read More

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Zambia: Pilato granted K1000 bail

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Controversial artist, Pilato has been granted bail by a Lusaka Magistrate following his arrest yesterday. Pilato was granted a cash bail of K1000 with two working sureties.Read More

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