Zambia's President Michael Sata sacks Wynter Kabimba

Michael Sata has not been seen in public since June Zambia's leader has sacked his justice minister, who is seen as a potential successor, amid rumours the president is gravely ill. President Michael Sata, 77, has not been seen in public since June and has missed several recent summits. A presidential statement did not give any reasons for dismissing Wynter Kabimba as both minister and secretary general of the governing party. Officials insist the president is in good health. Finance Mini...


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Barotseland Must Be Recognized By All Countries of the World - Linyungandambo

1. Barotseland entered into Agreement with Britain in 1890 (fact). 2. Barotseland was a British Protectorate in 1891 (fact). 3. The boundary of Barotseland was determined, defined and respected by the colonialists in 1890s (fact). 4. The colonial administrator Robert T. Coryndon was given instructions written down when he came down to Barotseland that he was not sent to rule Barotseland, but he was a visible symbol of friendship with Britain and the protection of Britain over Barotseland be...


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Truth and Justice are intertwined - By Songolo Mutobo Likukela

Either justice has gone to the dogs or Magistrates are obsessed with insincerity. Whatever is true, whatever is correct, whatever is right or whatever is accurate is seditious according to the police or Magistrates; oh, they are worse than cow dung. Surely there is no law that can be considered without due regard to facts; truth and reality; but what is observed is that those policemen and Magistrates who are committed to crucifying Barotzis by commission or omission are imposing their opinion...


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File: King Lubosi Lewanika Litia (1878 – 1916) The contemporary history of Barotseland begins in the year 1864, during the reign of King Sipopa (Lutangu Mulambwa) the 14th King who came to power after the Kololo. That was the era of civilization. While Sipopa was on the thrown, Dr. Emil Holub from Czech came to Barotseland in 1867 and expressed the desire to live there. The successor to King Sipopa was King Lubosi Lewanika Litia who came to the throne in 1878 – 1916. During his reign the zen...


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The views expressed herein are not representative of either the people of Barotseland or liberation groups but my personal views as a citizen of Royal Barotseland exercising the right of freedom of expression. When we talk of Barotseland Royal Establishment (BRE), we simply refer to the five domains or chiefdom of ruling prince and princesses of the Barotse monarch, including the Nalolo and Lialui palaces. When the seven domains meet and discuss matters of their people under the leadership of...


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Zambia’s Continuity of Political Activities in Barotseland Unacceptable - Saleya Kwalombota

Political corruption, lack of respect for rule of law, human rights violations are all injustices Zambia has and is still committing in Barotseland. Zambia  pursues a policy that fundamentally denies the nation of Barotseland its right to self-determination, undermines the UN Charter and other basic principles of international law, and challenges a series of UN Security Council resolutions, it shows just how far to the right this undemocratic  Zambia  has become. Despite decades of petitionin...


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  • Liseli Kalaluka 02.09.2014 13:17
    Kabimba's been taught a severe thunderstormic lesson for trusting the Sata clan of Northern Rhodesia. Now that he's in a reflection ...

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  • BULOZI KINAHA 01.09.2014 09:20
    In my opinion SATA's Spokes person just worked with other Bemba speaking politicians including GBM to put words in MR SATA's mouth ...

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  • Kabisoi 01.09.2014 07:56
    We are talking about the lawless Zambians; that is very sad indeed!!! Look at the prevailing and deteriorating political situation ...

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  • Kabisoi 01.09.2014 07:32
    Bo Mutompehi Afumba, that is good education and we admire you all our leaders. Luzwelepili ni bundwalume bwaluna. Mapyeha bakalufumana ...

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  • Ki nit 29.08.2014 14:40
    Thanks. Well written. That is the reason all the people of Barotseland should pull together. There shouldn't be Br Sinyinda in ...

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  • Ki maswabi 26.08.2014 19:02
    Ki Maswabi I regret to say that the Barotse issue is a big violation of human dignity but we need to see a wider picture. It is not ...

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    Kiniiti bo Saleya! Like has been said by others before in this forum we need to assert our selves and wear our courageous face I ...

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  • Liseli Kalaluka 21.08.2014 09:52
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  • BULOZI KINAHA 20.08.2014 13:08
    BO SALEYA, SICHABA SA BAROTSELAND IS READY TO WELCOME THE LEADERSHIP. OUR CONVICTION AND ALERTNESS IS ACTUALLY SOONER THAN YOUR ...

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    Surprisingly these soldiers are busy dying of unknown diseases almost on weekly basis requested their masters to take them back to ...

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  • Musongole 18.08.2014 20:09
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    These people of Northern Rhodesia are now caught in a basket without a handle. More than enough has been communicated to all of ...

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    That is very true and well done Royal Barotse Government. We are behind you. I think by the time we finally disengage with the ...

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Every Mondays and Fridays at 17:00hrs to 17:15hrs, let’s commit Barotseland in prayer. The Lozis in the Army and police working with our foes, you can say your prayers silently in your hearts. God has already answered our prayer so we need to thank him as much as we can.

By attempting or probably succeeding to bribe the Barotse Royal Establishment for it to reverse the 27th March 2012 Barotse National Council Resolutions, the Patriotic Front led Government is fighting a losing war that its leaders will live to regret.

The Zambian Government needs to understand that all that took place on 26th and 27th March 2012 in Barotseland was legal under international law. The resolutions arrived upon by the majority of  those present cannot be reversed at any time by any individual or clique of people. Not even a deed of fake development would pursued our people to go back into servitude.

Resolutions' Implications

Before the March 2012 Barotse National Council conference, the Barotse Royal Establishment wielded some kind of monopoly on the Barotseland issue. The passing of the resolutions was, in a greater sense, the passing of the button to any Barotse individual, activist group or Barotse masses to legally pursue the issue even to going as far as the International Court of Justice. Although we still need to work with BRE on this issue, the Barotse masses now also have legitimate authority to pursue and achieve independence since it is them who decided to go that way. Their decision was fully blessed by Barotseland's traditional leaders. We, therefore, cannot imagine a situation where the Barotse masses would turn around and surrender that responsibility.

Apart from persecuting Barotse activists and attempting to divide us the Zambian Government has failed to sensibly challenge our reasons for the stand we have taken with regard to our disengagement with Zambia. No acts of intimidation or any kind of subtle coercion will make us change our minds.

Further more, the BRE, under the Ngambela Clement Sinyinda, had sent a delegation to the Southern Africa Development Community Secretariat in Botswana some five months ago where the position of Barotseland was tabled. The United Nations as well as the British Government were, through their representatives in Zambia, notified of Barotseland's decision for independence. Credible investors are also now showing interest in doing business with Barotseland. On the other hand, much more has been done both within and outside Barotseland such that it would be fool hardy to even imagine any effect of a doctored reversal of the March 2012 BNC Resolutions. In the light of the foregoing, only those, within BRE, who would openly want to manifest themselves as hypocrites and sell outs would even entertain an idea of going against the people's decision for independence.The issue of the restoration of the Barotseland Agreement 1964 is long exhausted and cannot be revived in any realistic manner (unless in mandwani) because it was rendered irrelevant on 27th March 2012. There just cannot be any sensible basis upon which the defunct treaty, which was not even allowed to operate, could be revived. There is absolutely nothing to refer to apart from the fact that Barotseland had never agreed to be ruled by her child State Zambia.

Innocent Blood

It has to be remembered that 19 innocent Barotse souls were unlawfully killed by the State and no one has been held responsible for their deaths. We have those whose whereabouts remain unknown to this day and scores who were maimed for life and never compensated. Adding on to this is the yet unpublished findings of the Chongwe Commission of Inquiry into the Barotseland shootings.

If indeed the Barotse Royal Establishment has been bribed to betray the people they are purported to lead, then we may only conclude that it is for the purpose of covering up the 14 January 2011 cold blooded murders which they are alleged to have also encouraged. That innocent blood was not spilled in vain. No self serving individuals would ever manage to make us change our brave match towards freedom. Everything has been hurled at us both by the enemy and our own people but we keep matching on. It is the time that demands that we plod on. This is the moment for our freedom.

Conclusion

We already have found some friendly nations who support our position and the Zambian Government will do well not to waste its tax payers'  money to unwisely fund a lost cause. Barotseland has made her position known and bribing the BRE will not even be in the interest of peace loving and long suffering Zambian people.

Shuwanga Shuwanga - Barotse Freedom Movement

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+4 #1 Maano 2012-12-26 10:01
My heart bleeds at the possibility of Zambia exporting bribery and corruption to Barotseland !
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-4 #2 litoya litoya 2012-12-26 10:44
ALL ACTIVISTS PLEASE TAKE THESE THIEVES TO INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE OR LOOK FOR GUNS AND START SHOOTING SATA,KAUNDA,SIK OTA,KAMBWILI, ETC ACT NOW
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