Zambia has become increasingly ruled by fear under President Edgar Lungu.
There are fears that Zambia is slipping into authoritarian rule under President Edgar Lungu.
Hichilema was arrested in April for allegedly failing to give way to President Edgar Lungu's motorcade.
The president believes that his country can advise Europe on its refugee crisis - and the "consequences which flow as a result of chaos".
Zambia's Edgar Lungu shouldn't consider his presidential victory to mean business as usual in the management of the economy.
Zambian President Edgar Lungu pipped his opponent Hakainde Hichilema - but Hichilema's party said it would appeal the result.
Opposition repeats calls for greater urgency in releasing election results amid concerns about rigging.
On 11 August, Zambians head to the polls in an historic five-ballot election. Here's what you should know.
Country's president has apologised for this week's violence as army joined police in seeking to restore calm. Looming in the horizon is an election.
Country preparing ground for ‘inevitable’ post-election aid, as economy under intense pressure.
Rwandans in Zambia told to avoid risks after looting, as president Lungu condemns ‘acts of murder’ in riots
The riots have reportedly claimed five lives so far of suspects beaten and burnt to death
Zambia's Lungu in trouble, as opposition gains backing of ex-ruling party leader Scott and defections mount
Lungu’s party defeated the opposition by less than 28,000 votes in 2015, when voter turnout was a mere 32% in a nation of almost 16 million people