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Tasila Lungu drags Chitambala Mwewa of SML TV to court for Cyber bullying and libel

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CHAWAMA PF member of parliament Tasila Lungu Mwansa has dragged Chitambala Mwewa of Simon Mwewa Lane TV to court for Cyber bullying and libel.

This follows a complaint filed in the Lusaka Magistrates’ Court by Tasila, who is former president Edgar Lungu’s daughter.

Tasila wants Mwewa to be prosecuted for libel and cyber bullying.

In count one, Tasila alleges that Mwewa on September 15, 2021 published on his Facebook page a story entitled, “THE FORMER PRESIDENT’S DAUGHTER” in which he stated that: “Tasila Lungu is being investigated for suspicious purchase of a named bank together with all the assets worth 300 million. Everyone from Eagle one to the average councillor was stealing in a BIG way during the Patriotic Front’s iron rule. The sheer number of multiple cases involving government officials in the PF administration might derail Double H7’s goal of placing our country on a better footing. This is just the tip of the iceberg. The Patriotic Front was a criminal organisation and they are in no moral position to provide checks and balances. I propose that the party be deregistered.

In count two, Mwewa is charged with cyber bullying contrary to section 71 of the Cyber Security and Cyber Crimes Act No. 2 of 2021 of the Laws of Zambia.

Allegations are that Mwewa on September 15 this year, published defamatory matter on his Facebook page.

She stated that the words were published for purposes of launching an attack on her using the cyber space without any lawful authority or reasonable cause to do so.

Tasila stated that the words are untrue, are defamatory matter and intended to bring her name into hatred, ridicule and contempt, suggesting that she had engaged in illegal activities when the same was not true.

She stated that the words were understood to mean that she is a criminal.

“I verily believe that by reason thereof, an offence has been committed by the accused justifying the institution of proceedings by way of a complaint before this honourable court,” she said.

Tasila added that Mwewa has no justification to utter by word of mouth defamatory matter to the nation and the world at large against her.

According to an warrant of arrest, magistrate Chrispin Hampungani ordered that Mwewa be apprehended and produced in court tomorrow, October 8, 2021.

Meanwhile, Mwewa was today apprehended by chief inspector in charge of court operations George Konde at around 10:00 hours from his premises.

Mwewa will be detained in police custody until tomorrow when he will be presented before magistrate Hampungani.

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Woman steals newly born baby to take a picture as evidence to her boyfriend

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POLICE have apprehended a 24-year-old woman for stealing a baby from Kafue General Hospital maternity ward.

When detained by hospital staff, Christine Tembo said the motive behind stealing of the baby was to take a picture and send to her boyfriend whom she had told that she was expecting.

Police spokesperson Rae Hamoonga said Tembo of Mtendere East in Lusaka has since been apprehended for the offence of child stealing.

“The incident occurred on 21st October, 2021 at around 17:30 hours at Kafue General Hospital Maternity ward.

It is alleged that the suspect went to the maternity ward where she got the baby belonging to Mildred Munyama aged 23 of unknown house number in Shimabala West. The suspect was later apprehended by Hospital staff and upon being interviewed she revealed that the motive behind stealing of the baby was to take a picture of the baby and send to her boyfriend whom she had told that she was expecting and now with a baby,” he said.

Mr Hamoonga said Tembo is currently detained in police custody.

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Hungry woman arrested, fined K 200 for buying bananas worth K 10 from a street vendor

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A THIRTY-NINE-YEAR-OLD woman of Kitwe has been apprehended and fined K200 for buying five bananas worth K10 from a street vendor.

Iness Munyeme, 39 of house number 2268 Luangwa West, was apprehended together with four others for buying merchandise from the street.

Kitwe City Council public relations manager Chola Mwamba told #Mwebantu, that the four were cautioned with Ms Munyeme who has since  been fined K200 after admission of guilty.

“Kitwe City Council would like to inform members of the public that we have this week apprehended 5 people for buying merchandise from street vendors,” Mwamba said.

Mwamba said the local authority is  disappointed that some residents have continued buying their mechendise from street vendors.

She said if the trend continues traders will encouraged to abandon their market stands in preference for the street thereby contributing to the increase in street vending, street congestion and street litering as well as loss of revenue in the markets.

“However, the Council police will continue patrolling the CBD and arrest any one buying items from street vendors,” Mwamba said.

Recently, Council Town Clerk Mbulo Seke announced the move start arresting and prosecuting people buying merchandise from undesignated trading places in an effort to curb street vending.

The Town Clerk said the move is in view of the observed unhealthy customer behaviour of preferring to buy from streets instead designated trading places.

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Father warned for failing to secure firearm, after his son shot dead his elder sister 

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A FATHER to a juvenile accused of shooting dead his elder sister using his gun has been warned and cautioned for failing to secure a firearm.

Meanwhile, the juvenile has been arrested and charged with murder.

In a media statement,  police spokesperson Rae Hamoonga said Lyson Phiri aged 70 has been warned and cautioned for the offence of  failing to secure a fire arm Contrary to Section 38 (1) of CAP 110 of the laws of Zambia.

Mr Hamoonga further Mr Phiri juvenile’s son has also been arrested and charged with murder.

“Police have formerly charged and arrested the male Juvenile aged 18 for Murder Contrary to Section 200 of CAP 87 of the laws of Zambia,” he said.

Last, the juvenile shot dead his 39 year old sister who was at the time seated in the living room.

 

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