• 25
  • Aug

Unboundedly, the venomous Zambian corruption ecosystem has had its sting on Barotseland with the magnitude of the economic paralysis and stagnation we see today. Therefore, it is just fitting for us to ask the following question and address it as it concerns Barotseland:

  • 23
  • Aug

INTRODUCTION

The term corruption today is highly reminiscent with Africa’s governance system mostly because the plague stands out to be the most powerful obstacle to sustainable economic development of the continent; inclusive of Zambia, with Barotseland in turn coaxed to grim in and reap for herself the worst share, in consequence of this insidious vice.

  • 04
  • Aug

As Malozi we have much to be thankful for.  Most people around the world have lost touch with nature and their place in it but we have maintained that sacred balance of coordinating our daily lives with the natural order of things in the heavens until today.  What brings us most in balance with the order of the universe are our ceremonies, Kuomboka and Kufuluhela.

  • 03
  • Aug

The bigger picture that comes to the fore in all of this drama is the failure of Zambia as a unitary state and the failure of the democratic system as a model of governance for Africa in particular. This constructed system forced upon us by the western-European-white-elites as a way to continue to plunder our natural resources after the second world war is at a crossroads.

  • 01
  • Aug

The cashew tree (Anacardium occidentale) or (Ndongo ya simbangala as it is locally known in Barotseland) is a tropical evergreen tree that produces the cashew seed and the cashew apple. The cashew seed, often simply called a cashew, is widely consumed.

  • 28
  • Jul

It has been said over again that life itself is a change; mainly comprising birth, living and death cycles. Change is a fact and virtue of life itself such that to deny change is actually to forego oneself the quantity and quality of life. Change can be negative or positive, planned or unplanned, or take other forms and descriptions.

  • 20
  • Jun

Understanding and coping with anxiety in new Barotseland: A BAROTSE CHANGE Imperative – Part 2

  • 20
  • Jun

Understanding and Coping with Anxiety in New Barotseland: A BAROTSE CHANGE Imperative – Part 1

  • 04
  • Jun

 

Chilufya Tayali (42) is a renowned Zambian human rights activist, now turned politician, leading the opposition Economic and Equity Party (EEP) who was recently dragged to court over a facebook posting deemed defamatory to Zambia’s police Inspector General, Kakoma Kanganja. Upon his arrest, Chilufya spent a weekend in detention and was thereafter formally charged and granted bail for his alleged crime. Trial has since commenced in his case.

  • 02
  • Jun

3.  UNDERSTANDING BAROTSELAND NATIONAL VISION

A great culture starts with a vision or mission statement. These simple turns of phrases guide an organisation’s value ecosystems and provide it with purpose. In Barotseland case, that purpose, in turn, orients every decision citizens make. We must know that our national ethoses are deeply authentic and prominently proclaimed since 2012 BNC and therefore, our good vision statement should help orient every Barotzish national. A vision statement is a simple but foundational element of culture. With time, in Barotseland, these will be clearly displayed in offices and other publics accordingly. Here is a reminder once again of the very basis of our New Barotseland Great Culture:

  • 02
  • Jun

INTRODUCTION

This post gets us back once again to one of our most prised subject - Silozi culture. Really no amount of writing on this subject will actually suffice or bore us because of the importance of culture in any community like Barotseland. Universally, culture provides guiding principles for people to be and do everything. This goes without saying that a community that does not adhere to its culture gets characterised by chaos.

  • 21
  • May

The International Community Organizations must not brood over a catalyst for bloodshed by deliberately ignoring the inhuman situation in Barotseland which they should mitigate or avoid because the situation may become unpalatable and lead into xenophobia when all hell turns loose.

The appointments of fake Barotzish ‘Guardian Angels’ by the Neo-Colonialist Administration, such as the Vice President and the Attorney General of Barotzish descent whose main ordeal is to maintain continued perpetration of enslavement, oppression and other ills against the Barotzish under the guise of recognition, does not benefit the Barotzish in any way but the appointees and their immediate families who enjoy Zambian morsels. So, is the appointment of an Attorney General of Barotzish descent to merely appease the Barotzish who do not benefit anything in any way from such cosmetic appointments which they are not the least interested in or envy?

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.