Gay Rights 'Impossible' in Zambia

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's first state visit has left behind a raging controversy after his call for the country to embrace gay rights.



  • Zambia:   Gay Rights Impossible in Country - LAZ

    Times of Zambia, 28 February 2012

    LAZ vice-president Martin Musaluke said yesterday that it was unattainable to respect gay rights because homosexuality is prohibited in the country and that people convicted of the… Read more »

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Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (left) meets with Michael Chilufya Sata, President of Zambia, in Zambian capital Lusaka.

  • Zambia:   Ban Inspired by Youth

    UN News, 26 February 2012

    Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today concluded his first visit to Zambia saying he left the country convinced that it has a bright future, especially because of the commitment of… Read more »

  • Zambia:   UN Chief Ban Ki-Moon Jets in Today

    Times of Zambia, 24 February 2012

    THE United Nations (UN) has urged Zambia to take advantage of its secretary general's visit to showcase the country's achievements and potential. Read more »

  • Zambia:   UN Secretary-General to Make First State Visit

    UNDP, 21 February 2012

    General will visit Zambia, where he will meet with His Excellency President Michael Sata and other senior officials. Mr. Ban Ki-Moon will also address the National Assembly in a… Read more »

  • Zambia:   Sata, Ban Hold Closed-Door Meeting

    Times of Zambia, 31 January 2012

    PRESIDENT Michael Sata has met United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on the margins of the 18th ordinary session of the African Union (AU) Heads of State and Government… Read more »