Litunga to be called ‘King’ in new treacherous deal

– All important freedom fighters won’t be part of the so-called dialogue with PF The people of Barotseland will be shocked to discover that the so-called BRE/GRZ dialogue on Barotseland Agreement 1964 (BA’64) will, in fact, be used to completely wipe out both the 1964 agreement, which gives the region semi-autonomy and the 2012 Barotse […]

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Arresting officer fails to cite law that makes it mandatory to recognise Lungu

An arresting officer in the case were UPND deputy chairperson for youth and sport Michael Chuzu is charged with seditious practices on Friday failed to quote a passage in the penal code and constitution that state that failing to recognise a president is an offence. Chuzu is charged with one count of seditious practices contrary […]

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There was no hospital when Lungu was born – ‘sister’

A woman who claims to be president Edgar Lungu’ sister says there were no hospitals when Mr Lungu was born. This is contrary to assertions in President Lungu’s biography which states that he was born in Ndola General Hospital. The biography of Mr Lungu was written by his ambassador to Sweden Antony Mukwita and approved […]

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Opposition leader Siwale tortured, held naked in isolation

Police have been continuously torturing  New Labour Party Leader Fresher Siwale from the time they abducted him on Monday 23 April 2018, the Watchdog has been told. Police sources have told the Watchdog that Siwale is detained in isolation at an underground cell at police headquarters in Lusaka. The police are denying Siwale food or […]

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Professor Hansungule refuses to be silenced by Zambian government

University of Pretoria law professor Michelo Hansungule says he will continue speaking out against injustice and dictatorship in Zambia and anywhere else as he has always done. Following a complaint from Zambia’s high commission to South Africa Emmanuel Mwamba, the University of Pretoria advised professor Hansungule to stop using university letterheads for his ‘personal’ communications. […]

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