Civil rights activist, Changala, released on bail by Lusaka High Court


Civil rights activist, Brebner Changala, accused of espionage and seditious practices, was granted bail by the Lusaka High Court on Monday.

High Court Judge Geoffrey Mulenga released Changala on his own recognition, ending his detention at Kabwata police station since May 27, 2024.

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Changala had applied for bail on Thursday, citing police denial of bond due to superior orders.

He argued that bail was his fundamental human right, and that he posed no flight risk, with available sureties.

Changala’s case involved alleged violations of the State Security Act Chapter 111, Section 3(c), also implicating opposition leader Edith Nawakwi and Members of Parliament, Munir Zulu, and Maureen Mubongo.

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