HUMAN rights activist Maiko Zulu says it is high time musicians are taken seriously in the country, rather than being used as pawns in misgovernance. And Swedish Ambassador to Zambia Anna Maj Hultgård says she has seen positive development in relation to the last elections. Speaking during the launch of the Pan-African Network for Artistic Freedom (PANAF) project in Zambia with support from the Swedish Arts Council, Wednesday, Zulu observed that most artists remained silent on issues of bad governance as they preferred to be on the right side of the economic benefits of not speaking out. “I don’t know what really could have happened to these comrades had we continued with the same government. So it is important that…...

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