Chingola police nab 27 UPND cadres for unlawful assembly on Independence DayPOLICE in Chingola on Saturday arrested 27 UPND cadres of unlawful assembly during Independence Day celebrations. In an interview, Copperbelt police commissioner Charity Katanga said the 27 were arrested around 12:30 because they were marching with some placards written “vote for UPND and NDC for change”, “COVID-19 only applies to the opposition” and “stop police brutality”, among other things. “We had a case of unlawful assembly yesterday, this happened in town around 12:30 hours where 27 UPND cadres unlawfully assembled. This happened at Chingola Town Centre and others were along the freedom statue in Chingola and were found marching with.......
Shonga is offside, Diggers has never attacked the JudiciarySUPREME Court justice Mumba Malila has written a paper describing the state of the Judiciary in Africa, in relation to political interference. He observed that many judiciaries in the African region are still reeling from the devastating effects of political intimidation. We would like to comment on this very interesting observation, especially that it is coming from a learned judge who is still serving the Judiciary at a supreme level. But we are reminded of the warning we received from Mr Abyudi Shonga against what he calls “attacks on the Judiciary”. Mr Shonga, who is president of the Law Association.......
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Kampyongo a disgrace to Zambians, police – KabwitaNDC national youth chairman Charles Kabwita says Home Affairs Minister Stephen Kampyongo is a disgrace to the police service and Zambians. In a statement, Sunday, Kabwita said it was disheartening to hear Kampyongo claim that the police acted professionally in the manner they treated incarcerated NDC leader Chishimba Kambwili’s wife Carol and daughter Chanda at the Lusaka Magistrates’ Court recently. “As National Democratic Congress, NDC, we are appalled by the Home Affairs Minister Stephen Kampyongo’s lack of professionalism in handling…….
Why Shonga’s election marks a new phase in LAZ’s fall from graceIn July, members of the Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) elected at their Annual General Meeting a 15-member executive to replace the Eddie Mwitwa-led Council that had been in power since April 2018. The new office bearers include Abyudi James Shonga, who was voted President, Lungisani Zulu (Vice-President), Sokwani Chilembo (Secretary), and Ngosa Simachela (Treasurer). The ordinary Council members include Anne Gray-Kunda, Hastings Pasi, Zacchaeus Musonda, Matilda Kaoma, and Iven Mulenga. The rest are Chintu Mulendema, Mulopa Ndalameta, Benson Mpalo,....