Lewanika and Others v Frederick Chiluba Court Judgment

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  1. Lewanika and Others v Chiluba (1998): The most significant court ruling in Zambia’s 50-year jurisprudence | Elias Munshya LLB (Hons)., MA., M.Div.

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