Alleged Abuses in Zambia to be Probed
Opposition leaders attending a meeting in Johannesburg, South Africa, have signed a petition asking the Commonwealth to stop assisting the country, because of alleged human rights abuses by the ruling party.
Zambian police beat and teargas opposition protesters.
Zambia: Sata Attacks Hakainde Hichilema
Zambia Reports, 19 February 2013
During a swearing in ceremony for several diplomats, including a relative of former President Kenneth Kaunda, President Michael Sata again distributed the same document he gave ... read more »
Zambia Reports, 18 February 2013
Following the submission of a 40-paged document to the Commonwealth on Zambia's human rights abuses, a video link to part of the evidence has gone on video through the Coalition ... read more »
Zambia Reports, 12 February 2013
A major gathering of leaders of both civil society and major opposition parties held a press conference today to present a complaint before the Commonwealth in Johannesburg. read more »
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- 18 February 2013
Zambian opposition leaders have called for Zambia to be suspended from the Commonwealth. Nevers Mumba, Hakainde Hichilema, Sakwiba Sikota, Edwin ... see more »