Journalists maybe charged with defaming Sata as Antony Mukwita gives police list of others

Sata,  Mukwita, Amos Chanda and Chellah
Two journalists, Clayson Hamasaka and Thomas Zgambo, who are currently in police confinement are likely to be charged with defaming Zambian president, Michael Sata, according to a media violation alert issued by MISA headquarters in Namibia.
See the alert here
Meanwhile, the Watchdog has been informed that Daily Mail Deputy editor Antony Mukwita has given the police a list of journalists in public media he suspects are running the Zambian Watchdog.
Mukwita, working with State House Spokesperson George Chellah wants the journalists from Daily mail, Times of Zambia and ZNBC and some private radio stations to be locked on Friday and spend the night in jail.
Zyambo and Hamasaka have been in separate police confinement since the early hours of Tuesday, 9 July 2013 after a raid on their houses, which also resulted in the confiscation of personal computers and other digital equipment.