• 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.

  • 30
  • Jul

 

HRH Inyambo Lubasi Yeta of Sesheke, Mwandi and Mulobezi district of Barotseland was a royal guest at this year’s Masubia Annual cultural festival.

  • 27
  • Jul

A leaked fifty seven (57) year old confidential report has revealed Her Majesty’s government conveniently imposed the union between Barotseland and Zambia in 1964.

  • 18
  • Jul

“Learning about my father’s death was shocking and depressing. Thankfully, other prison inmates comforted me,” recently released Barotseland Activist, Munyinda Munukayumbwa has lamented in an exclusive interview with Barotseland Post.

  • 16
  • Jul

After unlawfully detaining him for three months without trial, bail or any basic human rights, the draconian Zambian state has finally decided to release the young Barotse activist, Munukayumbwa Munyinda, via Nolle prosequi.

  • 03
  • Jul

Although Ku-Omboka, the annual movement and evacuation of the King of Barotseland and his people from the rising waters of the Barotse floodplain to higher ground, has been taking place from time immemorial, it was during the reign of King Mulambwa Santula that Kuomboka became the national spectacle it is today.

  • 25
  • Jun

Among Barotse kings, perhaps the pivotal personage is that of Santulu.

Born Maimbolwa Santulu, he became Litunga Mulambwa in 1780 as the tenth King of Barotseland. He was a younger son of Mwanawina the First and is King Lubosi Lewanika the first’s grandfather.

  • 22
  • Jun

In a program called Home Coming Project to help African- Americans trace their original roots, hundreds have reportedly traced theirs back to Barotseland and are now working towards an official home coming.

  • 11
  • Jun

 

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has joined thousands of protesters in Barcelona to call for independence for the Spanish region of Catalonia.

He made a strong plea for voters to take part in an independence referendum scheduled for 1 October.

"We will vote, even if the Spanish state doesn't want it," Guardiola told the crowd. "There is no other way."

  • 06
  • Jun

 

WINDHOEK-In response to the support and solidarity shown by the Namibian government towards the people of Western Sahara in their quest to gain independence, Morocco has reportedly threatened to institute an investigation over Namibia’s apparent domination of what was once known as the Caprivi Strip.

Namibia has on many occasions vowed it would not tire nor rest in its quest to see Morocco – which was recently re-admitted into the African Union (AU) – give up its continued occupation of Western Sahara.

  • 04
  • Jun

 

Munyinda Munukayumbwa, the Barotse youth who was arrested over a facebook posting, lost his father last night at his home in Mongu, while he remains incarcerated without trial or opportunity for bail over some unclear but politically motivated charge of ‘sedition’.

His father, Mwiya Munukayumbwa, was sick since November last year but his condition worsened by the fact that his son was no longer able to offer him the valuable care.

The funeral is at the family house in Lubosi compound (township) at the airport in Mongu.

The Barotseland Post, also known as The Barotsepost, is an online media platform, for now, that is dedicated to reporting stories and news around Barotseland and beyond, giving exclusive coverage and access to the people and the nation of Barotseland to fully express themselves in their aspirations for self- determination.