Police in Lusaka have summoned Oracle Media Productions Managing Director Mutinta Mazoka M’membe. Oracle Media is the company behind the publication of The Mast Newspaper which has replaced the Post Newspapers which folded recently after it was placed under provisional liquidation. Read More
For over a month, Lusaka residents specifically in Zingalume’s George area were time and again waking up to the rude shock of a person found dead with their private parts, ears, eyes and in most cases the heart removed. Read More
THE Litunga of Western Province has backed President Edgar Lungu’s stance that the issue of the Barotseland Agreement of 1964 should be left to the Government and the Barotse Royal Establishment (BRE) to deal with. Read More
Police in Luanshya have arrested a 38 year old woman of Mpatamatu township for allegedly sexually assaulting a 47 year old woman of the same area by way of inserting sand in her genitals after suspecting her of having an adulterous affair with her husband. Read More
INSPECTOR-GENERAL of Police Stella Libongani says Government will build 10,000 houses for police officers.
“Through their service, on numerous occasions, which cannot be outlined, lives have been saved and property protected; crime has been detected and offenders brought to book. By this, communities have been made more secure resulting in individual development and the country economically through local and foreign investment,” Read More
MEMBERS of Parliament (MPs) should not be curtailed by police from interacting with their constituents on the basis of not notifying them as required under the Public Order Act, Speaker of the National Assembly Dr Patrick Matibini has said.
………..“Honorable members based on the Ministerial statement, it is clear that MPs are free to go to their constituencies anytime they so wish to carry out functions of their office which includes having meetings with constituents and this does not require them to give the seven days’ notice to the police as provided for under the Public Order Act,”Read More
Police in Mongu district have arrested two suspected Caravina gunmen and recovered one AK 47 rifle with four rounds of ammunition. The duo was arrested on December 26, 2014 around 22:00hours. Read More