Press Statement by the Barotse National Freedom Alliance (BNFA) in response to the Zambia Police Service Public Relations Office press statement dated 25th November 2014.

We of the Barotse National Freedom Alliance (BNFA) are deeply disturbed, perturbed and dismayed by the statement attributed to the Zambia Police ‘Service’ Public Relation office issued on 25th November 2014 and aired on MUVI TV the evening of the same day. A subsequent Radio interview by the Deputy Police Spokesperson Mr. Ray Hamoonga was aired on ZNBC Radio 2 in the morning of 27th November 2014 at around 08:30hrs and quoted in the current affairs program ‘Radio News Reel’ after 13:30 hrs on the same day. Read more-pdf Read more-html

Press Release of 23rd January 2007 – The Barotse Kuta’s Directives to Radio Liseli on Bemba and Nyanja Music


The Barotse National Freedom Alliance (BNFA) reiterates the position which existed in Barotseland for the past decade whereby the Bemba and Nyanja languages have been imposed on the people as a way of subjugating them. The people of Barotseland have been repulsive against the machinations to enslave them through foreign languages. We draw the attention of the readers to the  press release of 23rd January 2007.