by BNFA Secretary General
We hold the Respondent State’s assertion that our Communication is inadmissible as misguided because it is founded on misapplication of relevant statutes and precedents as well as misrepresentation of facts. In demonstrating this position, we present the following observations and comments on the Respondent State’s submission. Read more-html Read more-pdf… In the meantime, the ACHPR has confirmed receipt of the response.
by Ngombala Lubita
The Barotse Royal Establishment has reacted sharply by dismissing the report in your esteemed newspaper dated 29th May 2015 entitled, “We don’t want to be under Lozi domination” by the so-called chairman of the Nkoya royal council, Edwin Tamboka …As refugees they are free to relocate elsewhere away from Barotseland if they feel uncomfortable to live side by side with the people who sympathized with their plight and gave them sanctuary. Read more-html Read more-pdf
publication by Mukwae Wabei Siyolwe in Afrikadaa
Now, after fifty years, like a child rejecting its mother, Zambia is denying its own African past prior to 1964 by ignoring the ancient state of Barotseland and its right to self-determination, even with the plethora of forensic documents, maps and photographs. Read more