Zambia makes further Maneuvers to ‘Find’ and Arrest Afumba Mombotwa

File: Armed Zambian security on guard during the treason trial of over 80 Barotse detainees in 2013 arrested after Mombotwa took oath of office as Barotseland administrator Reports emanating from Linyungandambo sources are that Zambia has once again deployed a number of investigators, this time a total of 40, composed of Zambian Intelligent Officers commonly known as OP, Zambia Police and Zambia Army into Barotseland with a mandate to spy on some individuals marked as ring leaders of the Liny...


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Barotseland, the Fight for “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Self Determination" – Is Referendum Necessary? by Saleya Kwalombota

A formal declaration or announcement, promulgated March 27, 2012, by the congress of the Barotse Nation, in the name and on behalf of the people of Barotseland, asserting and proclaiming their independence , vindicating their pretensions to political autonomy, and announcing themselves to the world as a free and independent nation is none reversible. IN BAROTSELAND CASE, IS THERE NEED FOR REFERENDUM? It is better to know the history behind the Barotseland impasse in order to have a clear ans...


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African Park Latest News - Liuwa's Sole Male Lion Found Dead

Liuwa’s big-maned lion (above) is no longer. It is with regret that African Parks Zambia announces that Liuwa Plain National Park’s sole male lion has died, probably as a result of poisoning or disease. The pride male’s carcass was found by park management close to Miyanda Pool in the east of the park on 16 September. GPS signals from his satellite collar indicated that he had been motionless since 9 September, however it is believed that he died some days later. Liuwa Park manager Rob Reid...


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Scotland referendum: Scots reject independence in historic vote

Scotland voters decided to remain part of the United Kingdom on Friday, rejecting independence in a historic referendum.The decision prevented a rupture of a 307-year union with England, bringing a huge sigh of relief to the British political establishment. Scots voted 55 percent to 45 percent against independence in a vote that saw an unprecedented turnout.“The people of Scotland have spoken,” Alistair Darling, leader of the “Better Together,” or No campaign, said after the result was confirm...


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The History Behind the Scottish Independence Vote

George Clark/iStockphotos.com The long-awaited referendum on independence for Scotland is finally happening this week (Thursday 18th September, 2014), as Scots vote yes or no to the question of whether they want their nation to become independent from the United Kingdom. If a majority votes yes, Scotland will end its 307-year-old union with England and Wales and become an independent nation with some 5.3 million people. Ahead of the referendum, we take a look back at some of the key moments i...


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We are On-Course says Afumba Mombotwa in latest Interview on the Current State of Barotseland

7th September 2014 Interview with Rt. Hon. Afumba Mombotwa on Current State of Barotseland Kingdom – by Sibeta Mundia Sibeta: Your Excellency, it’s a rare privilege to catch up with you and solicit your answers to some pertinent questions of interest to the nation and people of Barotseland. Hon. Afumba: The honor is mine, Sibeta. And I would like, through you, to convey not only my gratitude but also my warm greetings to the resilient and great people of Barotseland home and abroad. Sibeta:...


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    Kiniiti shangwe. forward ever, backward never. Mulozi a kisilukenge kuli a zamaye 'pindingi kukuta pindingi!' as the Lozi adage ...

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    That was great and very educative Right Honerable Afumba. This is the the reason why I like you. This information has actually come ...

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The Government of Zambia has become notoriously repressive on dissenting and opposing views, and have been blocking national access to web sites critical of their deteriorating poor governance record and those of the opposition political parties. Currently the Zambian Watchdog and Zambia Reports web sites critical of their bad governance have been blocked from within Zambia, while arresting any journalist suspected to be writing for these web sites.

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0 #1 Wills tj sims 2013-09-14 08:12
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hope you'r good i have a request can you please include PDF files to download from your website concerning the news because i have a hard time copying and paste :lol:
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