Zambia Police Contradicts Itself On Zim Police Presence

The Zambia Police service has contradicted itself that the Zimbabwe Police officers spotted in the country did not come to Zambia to help police the elections. Police Spokesperson Ndandula Siamana claims she was misquoted in an article on tumfweko in which she admitted that the Zimbabwe Police were in the country. Ms. Siamana has however […]

Saviour Chishimba Claims Posession Of Homosexuality Video Evidence

United Progressive party president Saviour Chishimba has revealed that he has video evidence showing why some sections of the media are for leaders with alleged pro-homosexuality policies. Dr. Chishimba, who recently announced his alignment with the Movement for Multi party Democracy MMD, says the truth on the said homosexuality video will be concluded in the […]

Magande Shocked With Rampant Exchange Of Cash For Positions In This Year’s Polls

National Movement for Progress (NMP) president Ng’andu Magande says he has never witnessed an election were money has exchanged hands as in this year’s elections. Speaking when he featured on Qfm’s the Public’s Last Say last evening, Mr Magande says the expenditure that government is making on the two officials allowed to use government facilities […]

MMD Tactics Raise Concern

The Foundation for Democratic Process (FODEP) has expressed concern at reports of political activities aimed at intimidating rural voters. Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) members are allegedly threatening the electorate in Kawambwa District that they will use computers to know who they will vote for in the forthcoming general elections. FODEP Executive Director McDonald Chipenzi […]

EU Observers Pledge To Closely Monitor And Mann The Polls

The European Union observation team which is in the country to monitor elections has promised to closely monitor the elections which will be held on 20th September. Deputy Chief Observer of the European Union election observation mission David Wade says the election observation team has come with an open mind to monitor the elections. Mr. […]

‘Zambia Police Is Doing Enough To Curb Violence’

The Zambia Police Service has refuted assertions by some sections of society suggesting that they are not doing enough to curb political violence that has currently engulfed the country’s political scene. Police spokesperson Ndandula Siamana said that the service has the duty to ensure that there is law and order in the country. Ms. Siamana […]

US Envoy To Zambia Speaks Out On Political Violence

US Ambassador to Zambia Mark Storella has appealed to political parties in the country not to turn a blind eye to violent party cadres. Ambassador Storella says the American government is confident that the electoral process leading to the 20th September elections will go on smoothly. He has however, stated that peaceful elections can only […]

State House : RB Had No Plans To Attend Bishop Duffy’s Funeral

State House has dispelled assertions by The Post newspaper that President Rupiah Rupiah Banda had planned to attend the late Mongo Catholic Bishop Paul Duffy’s funeral in Mongu next week. Dickson Jere, the president’s special assistant for press and public relations in a statement says the correct position is that the President has prior engagements […]

SACCORD : Police Should Summon Political Parties That Threaten Violence

The Southern African Center for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (SACCORD) has called on the Zambia Police Service to summon political leaders who make statements that have the potential to threaten the country’s peace. SACCORD information Officer Obby Chibuluma has commended the Police for summoning opposition Patriotic Front spokesperson Wynter Kabimba for urging party members […]