Stolen items recovered from Zambian con nanny


The police in Katima Mulilo have recovered stolen items from a female Zambian national who had been employed as a nanny in three separate households.

The items include kitchen cookware and utensils, blankets, clothing, and various other belongings.

Members of the Men and Women Network responded swiftly upon receiving reports of the suspect's intentions to flee back to Zambia.

Katima Mulilo Station Commander Charles Mayumbelo appealed to local businesses to support the Men and Women Network, which is assisting the police in combating crime.

Two men appear in Katima Mulilo Magistrate's Court on possession of elephant tusks charge


A Namibian and Zambian national appeared in the Katima Mulilo Magistrate's Court on charges of being in possession of elephant tusks.

Richard Njangula Malosi, famously known as "Dime U Fume," aged 59 and his Zambian co-accused, Mashule Mate 34, were found in possession of six pairs of elephant tusks at Kongola.

The duo opted to conduct their own defense and indicated further that they would plead guilty to the charges.

Dime u fume is further facing a charge of contravening the Immigration Control Act, by harboring a person who has no legal documents.