• 14
  • Jan


14th January 2019 marks 8 years exactly since a dark cloud hovered over the nation of Barotseland as state troops under the instruction of the former Zambian president, Rupiah Bwezani Banda, ordered fire against unarmed peaceful protesters in Mongu in 2011.

According to many Barotse nationalists, 14th January will remain a cold day - a day when citizens of Barotseland woke up to a rude shock, that a government purporting to be theirs, riding on a manipulative 'One Zambia One Nation' motto would, without a wink, open fire against innocent protesters, killing 19 men, women and children.

It is a day that will remind the nationals of Barotseland that indeed, the continued association with Northern Rhodesia, now Zambia, is similar to that of a hunter and the hunted.

  • 16
  • Nov


Barotseland Activist, Munyinda Munukayumbwa, has accused Zambia’s Vice President Inonge Wina and her government of deliberately disregarding long established customs of the Kingdom of Barotseland, thereby causing instability and open rebellion by some chiefs in the region.

Munyinda has warned that, by visiting a rebellious and self-imposed Mwene Motondo of Kaoma and allowing Zambia’s national broadcaster, ZNBC, to refer to him not only as Mwene Mutondo but also as ‘Senior Chief’ of Kaoma District, the Vice President was deliberately violating long established customary norms and that her visit was tantamount to an official recognition of Webster Mulubisha as Mwene Mutondo when, in fact, the Barotse Royal Establishment and the Litunga had neither installed or recognized him as such.

“Sadly, the visitation of the Vice President Inonge Wina, who should know better that the only person who installs Chiefs in Barotseland is the Litunga of Barotseland, entails that the Government of Zambia has, in fact, already recognized the self imposed Chief Webster Mulubisha as the legitimate Chief, Mwene Mutondo, of Kaoma area.”

What is even worse, Munyinda writes, is that ZNBC, in their report, referred to Mulubisha as the Senior Chief of Kaoma District, when in fact, ZNBC, as the national public broadcaster, should have known that the only Senior Chief in Kaoma District is HRH Chief Amukena Isiteketo, while the Mwene Mutondo title, which Mulubisha has usurped, is that of a mere area Chief!

  • 08
  • Sep


If it is true that Kenneth Kaunda wants to offer guidance in resolving the Barotseland - Zambia conflict then he should first understand that Barotseland as a nation has had it is governance system long before Zambia crafted theirs and he should desist from misleading people about the whole Barotseland Agreement system.

He will do well to admit that right from the beginning, the purpose of the agreement was to oppress and subjugate the people of Barotseland who at that time had legal rights to be alone as an independent state.

Kaunda must be made to realise that the BA'64 doesn't exist.

  • 17
  • Aug


On 14th August 2013, Afumba Mombotwa took oath of office as Barotseland Administrator General, AG, a transitional office to head the Barotseland Transitional Government (BTG) before the holding of popular general elections which would produce a substantive Prime Minister who will head the Royal Barotseland Government (RGB).

But just who is this Barotseland Administrator General?

  • 04
  • Aug


You don't need to be brave or courageous in order to stand for truth and justice; you just need to be real!

All responsibilities rest on the youths. As a youth, you are called upon to actively engage in everything that uplifts humanity and takes the family, friendship, religion, any form of relationships, political well-being to meaningful, greater and yet loft picks.

  • 04
  • Aug

Dear editor,

Allow me space in your wonderful media platform to air my views on the very important and vexing subject of Barotseland’s complete independence. Honestly, it is very clear by the turn of past events and trending stories that Northern Rhodesia is under political stupor and failing to come to terms with the reality of Barotseland’s present status quo.

  • 21
  • Apr

It is not un common to hear this question asked with many devoid of knowledge about Barotse history wrongly alleging the practice is an overtone of “colonialism” , and un African and can’t possibly be a part of the Lozi culture, or even some lately mocking that perhaps Litunga is a “Michael Jackson” wanna be.

Not very long ago even the Zambian head of state Mr. Michael Sata was publicly quoted mocking the Litunga’s attire as a “fake” British colonial uniform – amazingly as he made these remarks he himself was clad in a western style ‘colonial’ suit and tie!

To somewhat provide some answers to this question allow me to first clear some misconceptions:

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.