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Ndola pastor who is alleged to have defiled a 15 year old congregant in a church toilet acquitted

THE Ndola magistrates’ court has acquitted a pastor of Deeper Faith Understanding Ministries who allegedly defiled a 15 year old congregant. Principal Resident Obbister Musukwa noted that there were discrepancies in the evidence that was tendered before court by the prosecution. This is a matter where Joseph Kaindu, 43, of house number 345, in Twapia,

4 big take ways from the PF and UPND campaign launches

By Nsambila Mbolela Saturday May 21, was a historical date in Zambia’s election history as it officially marked the start of the multiparty presidential and parliamentary democratic elections campaign, in still Africa’s most peaceful country and biggest multiparty democracy. President Lungu who has ruled Zambia for 17 months, now campaigning as a guardian of Sata’s

HH: The UPND 10-Point Plan starts with job creation

Following the highly successful launch of the UPND campaigns and their 10-Point plan for economic recovery at Kitwe’s Freedom Park on Saturday, the party’s presidential candidate Hakainde Hichileme has started explaining the plan, point by point. The main priority of the UPND’s recovery plan is job creation. In a statement released to Zambian Eye, the

GBM granted K10 000 bail

The Kitwe Magistrate Court has granted opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) Vice-President for Administration Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba a K10,000 bail with two working sureties. This is a matter in which Mwamba, 57, is being charged with two counts of assault, one count of malicious damage to property and one count of conduct likely

The Public Order Act: An ignite for political violence

By Hope Nyambe As we edge towards the general elections in August, there is a noticeable increase in incidences or near miss incidences of political violence. In my previous articles such as “A Dissection of Political Violence” (https://zambianeye.com/archives/14663) I have substantively discussed the causes of violence that have mainly hinged on political and economic backgrounds.