• 29
  • Sep

 

Zambia Correctional Service authorities in Luwingu have blocked a letter which incarcerated Barotseland independence leader Afumba Mombotwa recently wrote to the Litunga (King) of Barotseland, Lubosi Imwiko II, the Zambia Watchdog has revealed.

  • 24
  • Sep

 

This October, all roads will lead to Mwandi Royal Village at The Royal Palace Water Front Court Yard, as Barotseland is set to celebrate the 40th Coronation Anniversary of one of their great Prince Regents, Inyambo Lubasi Yeta, also known as Senior Chief Inyambo Yeta, currently reigning at Mwandi (Sesheke).

  • 18
  • Sep

 

A member of the Barotse Royal Establishment (BRE) has charged that Zambian president Edgar Changwa Lungu cheated the BRE and the people of Barotseland that he was ready to dialogue on the Barotseland Agreement impasse, the Zambian Watchdog has reported.

  • 02
  • Sep

Afumba Mombotwa, the Barotseland independence activist and Linyungandambo freedom fighting movement leader remains forgotten in Luwingu state prison in Northern Province serving a 10 year jail sentence.

  • 25
  • Aug

A petition started by the Free West Papua in the United Kingdom to be delivered to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres, has reached nearly 40,000 signatures from across the world on AVAAZ.org  with over 20,000 others on social media giants Face Book and Twitter.

  • 19
  • Aug

“Indigenous peoples have sought recognition of their identities, way of life and their right to traditional lands, territories and natural resources for years, yet throughout history their rights have always been violated.” - United Nations

  • 17
  • Aug

 

A Barotse national has called upon His Majesty the Litunga of Barotseland, Lubosi Imwiko II and the Barotse Royal Establishment (BRE) to travel to Lusaka and speak to the Zambian President Edgar Chagwa Lungu, the church and the Commonwealth Secretary for the unconditional release of Mr. Afumba Mombotwa and all other Barotse activists currently serving prison sentences in Zambia over Barotseland related matters.

  • 12
  • Aug

The famous and legendary lioness fondly known as Lady Liuwa has died.

Confirming her death in a press statement, Peter Fearnhead, CEO of African Parks, has reported that the ‘Last Lioness’ of Barotseland’s Liuwa Plains died from natural causes on 9th August, 2017, on the eve of World Lion Day.

  • 05
  • Aug

 

Imprisoned Barotseland independence leader Afumba Mombotwa has castigated the Zambian state for its continued arrests, torture and imprisonment of the Barotse people as that was neither the solution to the Barotseland quest nor would it stop them from agitating for their homeland.

  • 04
  • Aug

 

The Kufuluhela annual festival, the less publicized festival than Kuomboka, is set to take place this weekend.

While Kuomboka is the coming out of the flooded plains, Kufuluhela is the return to the rich soils of the plain once the water has subsided.

It is in reality the reverse of Kuomboka, and therefore, as spectacular as the Kuomboka water festival itself.

  • 03
  • Aug

 

Honorable Likando Kalaluka imprisoned alongside Barotseland independence leader Afumba Mombotwa and Inambao Kalima has urged all citizens of Barotseland to stand firm for their motherland.

  • 01
  • Aug

 

Sensing imminent defeat in the ongoing cases of ‘Seditious intention to secede  Western province from the rest of Zambia’ and ‘Seditious practices for unlawful possession of seditious material’ respectively, Zambia police now seek to arrest Barotse activist Muleta Kalaluka indefinitely using Edgar Lungu’s declared state of emergency.

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