Police say the murder charge will only follow once all the suspects on the wanted list are apprehended. Click here for full Story
THE plot thickened in the Ruth Mbandu murder yesterday when police in Lusaka confirmed recording warn-and-caution statements from Lusaka businessman Dick Masebo and his mother Mercy Namonje. Click Here for the Full Story
TWO Ndola women were yesterday raped by a taxi driver and his colleagues in Chifubu Township after a drinking spree.
The 23 and 21-year-old women, both of Pamodzi site and service in Ndola were raped after they hired a taxi on their way home between 03:00 and 04:00 hours.
Copperbelt police chief Mary Tembo who confirmed the incident said after the drinking spree, the two women hired a taxi which had three men inclusive of the driver.
Ms Tembo said as they drove to Pamodzi Township, the driver made a u-turn to Kawama Township and headed to the grave yard where the men demanded K50,000 from the women. For the full Story Click Here
For Ten million Zambians in a country the size of Texas or France in Southern Africa, the concept of “nshima” and what it stands for is the very basis of life.Nshima is the staple food eaten by not only Zambians but Malawians and many other African neighbors. Almost all indigenous African languages in Zambia probably call nshimaby a different name according to the specific area language and dialect variation. The Chewa, Tumbuka, andNgoni of Eastern Zambia and Malawi call it simaor nsima, the Bembaof Northern Zambia call itubwali, the Tongaof Southern Zambia call it Insima and Lozi of Western Zambia call it Buhobe. A similar staple meal is called Sadzain Zimbabwe, Milli Papin South Africa, Ugaliis eaten in East Africa including in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Burundi, Rwanda, and Democratic Republic of the Congo. A similar staple meal called Fufuis eaten in West Africa particularly in Nigeria.
Another bus overtuns in Eastern Province. Click here for full story on the Zambian Watchdog website
ZAMBIA’s hip hop artist C.R.I.$.I.$’ planned first ever movie is set for shooting following the international support he has received from well-wishers.
Support comes after C.R.I.$.I.$ requested for funds to shoot a movie that is loosely based on his life.
C.R.I.$.I.$ said he has mostly received material support from firms and individuals in United States of America (USA) where he is currently based doing several projects aside the movie. Click here for more on this story. Story on the Zamtune website
A 26 year old woman of Mukwela in Kalomo is battling for her life in the district hospital after having been brutally inflicted with knife wounds by her husband following a marital dispute.
Matildah Phiri was assaulted by her husband Hendrix Njamba 36, of the same area after he suspected his wife of having an extra sexual marital affair on Sunday night this week, police sources confirmed. Click here for more on this story. story on the Tumfweko website
Mr. Mugabe is expected to be accompanied by his wife Grace. Click here for more on this story. story on Lusaka times website
DOCTORS at Dr Malizo Mpehle Memorial Hospital in Tsolo South Africa delivered a baby with an eye and a penis on the forehead yesterday, the provincial health department
said. The baby girl, who was born to a 16-year-old girl from Qumbu, did not survive.
Eastern Cape department of health spokesman Sizwe Kupelo said the baby was born with one eye on her forehead, and no eyes where her eyes should have been. Click here for more of this story. Story by zambianstar
PRESIDENT Sata has asked MMD president Nevers Mumba to stop panicking and making wild allegations. The President was responding to Dr Mumba’s remarks in a Sunday Muvi TV programme – The Assignment – where he alleged that President Sata had sent an emissary to Canada to discuss his alleged criminal conduct.
In a statement released on his behalf by spokesman George Chellah yesterday, President Sata described Dr Mumba’s claims as ‘fictitious and preposterous’.
The President advised Dr Mumba to name the emissary. Click to read more of this story. By Zambia Daily Mail