The man who allegedly administered a lethal drug, raped and participated in the peeling-off of Ruth Mbandu’s facial skin before killing her, has appeared in a Lusaka magistrate’s court as the sixth murder suspect in the case. Click here for the Full Story
“REVELATIONS by the self-confessed killer of my daughter using a lethal drug as they killed her has left me very traumatised and emotional,” Ruth Mbandu’s mother Victoria Mbandu has lamented, four months after her daughter’s gruesome murder. Click here for the Full Story
LUSAKA High Court judge Chalwe Mchenga yesterday asked the lawyer representing the suspect in the Ruth Mbandu’s murder, George Kalomo on whether his application for prolonged detention is still competent.
Judge Mchenga in his chambers yesterday said he was aware that the applicants had appeared in court for mention and wondered why Kalomo’s lawyer Kelvin Hang’andu was insisting on being heard. Click here for the Full Story
FIVE people charged with the alleged murder of 19-year-old National Institute of Public Administration (NIPA) student, Ruth Mbandu yesterday appeared before a Lusaka magistrate’s court.
Ruth’s uncle, Pastor George Kaloma 31, of Kabanana Site and Service is among those who have been indicted for his niece’s murder, contrary to Section 200, Chapter 87 of the Laws of Zambia. Click here for the Full Story
SLAIN NIPA student Ruth Mbandu’s paternal uncle, Kalunga Mbandu, has demanded that police provide an update on the results of the forensic evidence sent to South Africa for testing and other investigations into his niece’s brutal murder. Click here for the 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
INVESTIGATIONS into the gruesome murder of 19-year-old Lusaka-based student Ruth Mbandu took an unlikely twist yesterday when police recorded a
warn-and-caution statement from the girl’s mother, Victoria Mbandu. Ms Mbandu was summoned to Emmasdale Police Station on Monday for interrogations, leading
to a warn-and-caution statement being recorded from her. Go to Helo Zambia for More on this Story