Zambia Tax Authority Shuts Biggest Privately Owned Newspaper

  • Opposition say move is government attempt to stifle free press
  • Police fire teargas at Post reporters selling newspaper

The Zambian Revenue Authority closed the country’s most-read privately-owned newspaper over disputed tax arrears and police fired teargas Wednesday at reporters selling the publication outside its office in the capital, Lusaka.

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