[Zambia Reports] Former Director of Public Prosecution Mutembo Nchito is still fighting to win back his position with the Constitutional Court granting him a Stay of Execution after his dismissal last Tuesday by President Edgar Lungu.
Posts published in “Day: August 17, 2016”
[Zambia Reports] The opposition United Party for National Development will this morning take their challenge of the August 11 elections to the Constitutional Court.
[African Arguments] In over-emphasising economics, analysts may have missed the importance of personality politics.
[CISA] Lusaka -Zambian police has arrested over 150 opposition demonstrators following protests that erupted after President Edgar Lungu was declared the winner of a highly-contested vote.
[Zambia Reports] President-elect Edgar Lungu has urged peace in the country following a tight and disputed election that has triggered protests in the strongholds of the opposition UPND.
[Daily Maverick] Lots of things went right in Zambia's election last week, cementing the country's reputation as one of the most peaceful on the continent. But it was still far from perfect. By SIMON ALLISON.
[Deutsche Welle] President Edgar Lungu's election victory leaves Zambia divided. The opposition is refusing to accept the results. The country's south has been hit by violence.