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.
A Lusaka magistrate has acquitted Hakainde Hichilema on the charge of use of insulting language towards law enforcement officers
This letter is in response to comments made by NUMSA's Secretary General, Irvin Jim, about Zambian leadership
Some 35 000 people turned up to the event organized by a church group in Lusaka. Droughts across southern Africa causes sharp uptick in food prices
Lungu is a recent addition to the list of state leaders clamping down on press freedom across the world.
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The president believes that his country can advise Europe on its refugee crisis - and the "consequences which flow as a result of chaos".
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There’s evidence of electoral abuse by the ruling party, which was re-elected. Will South Africa follow the same path as Lusaka?
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.
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.
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