Two Men Arrested for Homosexuality in Zambia

The two adults were allegedly found having sex privately in a guesthouse and could be charged with "committing an unnatural offence" if they are found guilty. Homosexuality is a criminal offence in Zambia with a minimum jail term of up to 15 years and a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.

  • Zambia:   Two Men Arrested for Homosexuality

    Times of Zambia, 30 August 2017

    Police in Kapiri Mposhi in Central Province have arrested two men for practising homosexuality after allegedly finding them in the act at a named guesthouse last weekend. Read more »

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