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RWB publishes articles censored by Zambian government, the special Reporters Without Borders website for censored content, received its first Zambian content yesterday – two (...)

Published on 2 August 2013 Read


Violent attack on TV crew by ruling party members, equipment seized

Reporters Without Borders condemns a violent attack by members of the ruling Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) on a Muvi TV crew that (...)

Published on 20 July 2011 Read


Two journalists released but facing trial on sedition charges

Two journalists who were arrested earlier this week over their coverage of a secessionist movement in the west of the country were released (...)

Published on 20 January 2011 Read


Newspaper editor freed after three days in prison

“I would like to thank everybody for the support that I have been given since Friday and before that,” The Post editor Fred M’membe told Reporters (...)

Published on 7 June 2010 Read


Judge dismisses obscenity charges against newspaper editor

A Lusaka court yesterday acquitted The Post editor Chansa Kabwela of a charge of “distributing obscene material” for sending the vice-president (...)

Published on 17 November 2009 Read


Reporters attacked at airport by president’s supporters

Reporters Without Borders deplores yesterday’s physical attacks on journalists by supporters of the ruling Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) (...)

Published on 30 July 2009 Read


Police launch manhunt before finally arresting editor who criticised president

Reporters Without Borders today accused Zambian President Levy Mwanawasa of abusing his authority in having Fred M’membe, the editor of the (...)

Published on 10 November 2005 Read


Private press victim of deteriorating political climate

Reporters Without Borders has expressed concerned about growing tension engulfing opposition media after a radio journalist was questioned for (...)

Published on 17 June 2005 Read

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