ZAMBIA OPPOSITION LEADER DUE IN COURT ON TREASON CHARGES

Lusaka, Zambia, Aug 14 – Zambia’s detained opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema is due to appear in court Monday on treason charges, four months after he was arrested and as political tensions rise in the country. Hichilema, who narrowly lost last year’s presidential elections, has been in custody since April over an incident when he allegedly […]

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