A check at the site by the Times in the afternoon yesterday revealed that the buildings were razed to the ground while some of the affected people were seen going through rubble to get what remained of their structures. Click here for the the Full Story
The Kasama High Court upheld the conviction of a villager who was caught having sex with a goat breaking.
The man from Mbala ended up breaking one of horns for the female goat in the process of defiling the domestic animal. Click here for the Full Story
A middle-aged man has collapsed and died while having marathon sex with two undergraduates in one of the hotels in the commercial city of Onitsha, Anambra State. The deceased had checked into the hotel located at the back of the Central Police Station (CPS), Onitsha with the two women he met earlier and exchanged phone numbers in the day. While having sex with the girls, he allegedly collapsed and died inside the hotel room. Click here for the Full Story
THE Registrar of Societies has issued a fresh 21-day notice to the MMD requesting the former ruling party to settle the outstanding K400 million owed in statutory fees or face deregistration. Chief Registrar of Societies, Clement Andeleki confirmed the issuance of the notice to the former ruling party in an interview in Lusaka yesterday. Click here for the Full Story
The notorious Mailoni brothers have struck again, this time killing a 43 year old man in Luano Valley in Mkushi.
Mkushi South Member of Parliament Sydney Chisanga has told ZNBC news that Darius Chinika 43 was killed on Thursday.
This is the 12th victim the fugitive brothers have claimed in the past few years. Click here for the full Story
THE Zambia Consumer Association (ZACA) has opposed Zesco’s intention to hike electricity tariffs by November, saying the move will increase the cost of living.
ZACA executive secretary Muyunda Ililonga says prices of goods and services are likely to increase as various industries will incur high production costs due to the planned tariff hike.
The proposed tariffs are exclusive of three percent of excise duty and 16 percent value added tax (VAT).
A SIXTEEN-YEAR-OLD boy in Kitwe has been arrested for allegedly hitting his older sister to death using a pounding stick.
The boy apparently got upset over nshima and allegedly picked up a pestle and hit his 18-year-old sister at their Mulenga Township family house where she collapsed. Click here for the full Story
Chief Resident Magistrate Joshua Banda has granted Hakainde Hichilema a 30 million kwacha bail after the opposition leader denied a charge of publishing false news.
Hichilema, a resident of 14/3 A Serval Road, Kabulonga will appear for mention on September 13th 2012. Click here for the full Story.
Police in Lusaka have arrested opposition United Party for National Development-UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema.
Police have this morning arrested Mr Hichilema at Woodlands Police Station on charges of uttering misleading information likely to cause a breach of peace
Police summoned Mr Hichilema last week on Thursday for questioning on his claims that Government is sending youths to Sudan to Muvitrain as militias. Click here to go to Muvi TV Website
The MMD chairperson for information has asked government to disclose how much it has spent on the Taskforce on corrution so far.
Ms. Siliya has also wondered who runs the government between DPP Mutembo Nchito and President Michael Sata.
Speaking at press briefing at the MMD Secretariat, Siliya said it was very clear that some government ministers are too scared to advise Sata minus getting an opinion from DPP Nchito. Click here for the full Story
University of Zambia students last night stormed the street and set up fire along the Great East Road in the capital Lusaka to protest an imminent closure they are opposing at the highest learning institution.
Six of the students have been arrested by the PF police that rushed to the scene to quell the violet protests. Click here for the full story
A 16-year-old boy of Ndola’s Masala caused panic on Saturday when he climbed a tower of a mobile service provider, in an attempt to commit suicide.
Pleas to persuade him to come down failed for hours and when he finally came down, the crowd was so angry that many attempted to lynch him for causing unnecessary anxiety.
Greenwell Mukanda, of an unknown address in Masala, spent the afternoon on top of the tower, reciting Bible scriptures and complaining about unemployment. Click here for the full story
A FAMILY in Chamba Valley has miraculously survived after a suspected explosive blasted part of their double-storey house.
Police suspect an explosive was planted within the residence and the family that woke up in debris cannot believe they are still alive.
Survivor, Frank Sichula, 66, a retired miner, quipped: “I am shocked like no man’s business.”
The blast caused extensive damage to Mr Sichula’s Mitsubishi Pajero, which was parked in the carport. Click here for the full story