News24.com | Zambia jails rights activist for calling judiciary to account

News24.com | Zambia jails rights activist for calling judiciary to account

[News24 - Africa] - 23/11/2018
Zambia's Supreme Court has jailed a human rights activist for contempt of court after he accused the judiciary of corruption.
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