Zambia: Be Careful with Barotseland Promises –SACCORD

Story from the Open Zambia Website
Political parties taking part in the January 20th presidential
election have been cautioned to be careful when making
promises pertaining to the Barotseland Agreement. Read More

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Zambia: Over Seven Thousand Petition For Barotse Independence[VIDEO]

Video/Story from the Muvi TV Website

Barotse National Freedom Alliance- BNFA says it has collected over Seven Thousand signatures of people seeking Zambia and Barotseland to go to an independent court of Over Seven Thousand Petition For Barotse Independencearbitration to solve the Barotse impasse. Click here for the Full Story

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  4. HIS EXCELLENCY MR. MICHAEL CHILUFYA SATA has now been served with a 21days ultimatum to vacate Barotseland or face sanctions.

Zambia: Kenneth Kaunda’s speech when he visited Lealui Barotseland in 1964

Story from the Zambian Eye Website

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Kenneth Kaunda with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr

 

On Thursday, August 6, 1964 Kenneth Kaunda then as Prime Minister of Northern Rhodesia visited Lealui the then Headquarters of the Barotseland Kingdom. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Video of late Litunga, Prime minister explain how Kaunda impoverished Barotseland [VIDEO]

Story from the Zambian Watchdog

The following video is embedded from YouTube titled ‘Frightening waters’ – A Documentary Featuring HRM The Litunga Ilute Yeta IV (late) and His Ngambela Maxwell Mututwa on

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The State of Affairs in Barotseland. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Police warn and caution former Ngambela, search his house

Story from the Zambian Eye Website

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The Police in Mongu on 30th April picked former Batotse Royal Establishment Ngambela Clement Sinyinda after surrounding his house as early as 5am. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: People in Western Province can’t eat the Barotseland Agreement, they need development-President Sata

LITUNGA Imwiko Lubosi II (left) speaking to President Sata shortly after a closed-door meeting at the palace in Limulunga la mulena yesterday. In the middle is Vice President Guy Scott. – Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS.Picture from the Zambia Daily Mail Website

LITUNGA Imwiko Lubosi II (left) speaking to President Sata shortly after a closed-door meeting at the palace in Limulunga la mulena yesterday. In the middle is Vice President Guy Scott. – Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS.Picture from the Zambia Daily Mail Website

Story from Lusaka Times Website

President Michael Sata has advised the people of Western province not to focus their attention on Barotseland Agreement (BA) of 1964 but that they should embrace various developmental projects Government is delivering to them. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Vote on the Barotseland Agreement of 1964 halted, as the issue is withdrawn at the Constitution Convention

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National Constitution Convention,

Story from the Lusaka Times Website

The anticipated voting over the Barotseland Agreement of 1964 at the national Constitution Convention in Lusaka yesterday failed to take place after architects of the motion decided to have the voting called off. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Emotional Barotseland Agreement differed at the constitutional conference

Story from the Lusaka Times Website

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THE Barotseland Agreement of 1964 yesterday brought about mixed emotions to delegates attending the Constitution-making National Convention where some delegates wanted the Agreement embodied in the preamble while others were against. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Barotse activists declare Independence illigal, asks locals to be in black

Story from the Zambian Eye Website

We hereby inform our noble citizen of Barotseland at home and indeed in the diaspora that we the people of barotseland will not celebrate the Independence of Northern Rhodesia-Zambia which will be celebrated on 24th of October and that all the activities by the Zambian government in Barotseland are totally illigal. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: More security personnel flood Barotseland

Story from the Zambian Watchdog Website

The number of security personnel in Barotseland has continued to be on the increase with several police officers flooding Mongu Sports stadium turning it into a camp. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Barotseland proceeds with announcement and inauguration of caretaker government

Story from the Zambian Watchdog

It is now seven months from the time the people of Barotseland officially accepted the unilateral abrogation and nullification of the now null and void Barotseland Agreement 1964 by the Zambian government. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: President Sata Sends More Troops to Sort Out Lozis in Barotseland

Story from the Zambia Reports Websites

President Michael Sata has sent more troops to Mongu following a 21-day ultimatum Barotse National Youths issued recently for the Zambian government to withdrawal its administration as secessionist intensify their resolve to breakaway. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Litunga Ready to Sound War Drums as PF Police Nabs 3 More Activists

Story from the Zambia Reports Website

Barotseland traditional leader – the Litunga – has declared his people will be ready to go to battle with Zambian authorities if they dare sending soldiers and policemen to the region. And three more people have been arrested in Western Province bringing the number to 15 of people allegedly to be ringleaders of the group that tore 500 copies of the draft constitution. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: We are determined says Ngambela as he appeals to International Community

Story from the Zambian Eye

The Prime Minister (Ngambela) of the Kingdom of Barotseland Wainyae Sinyinda has told Zambian Eye that the people of that region are still determined to attain self rule. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Barotseland Activates tear up draft constitutional booklets in Mongu

Story from the Lusaka Times Website

Over 60 irate Barotseland Activist yesterday stormed Mongu District Administration Office and tore up over 500 copies of the Silozi draft constitutional booklets. Click here for the Full Story

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