The Police Service says it has not received any complaint to start investigations into the harassment of Journalists by suspected PF cadres at Mazabuka radio station.
Spokesperson, Bonny Kapeso, told ZNBC that there has been no formal complaint against the cadres so far.
He however said police can only open an inquiry file to find out what really transpired at the radio station.
On Saturday, PF cadres stormed Mazabuka community radio station and ordered staff in the newsroom to immediately suspend a live phone in programme.
The programme featured Opper Hamiyanze, who claims to be Southern Province PF chairperson.
On the live programme, Mr Hamiyanze called for a PF national convension before the 2011 general elections, but this angered party cadres in the area.
Media Bodies have called on the police to arrest and prosecute the perpetrators of the violence against journalists at Mazabuka radio station last Saturday.