Gershom was a Zambian journalist, blogger and Global Voices author, passionate about media and internet freedom. In addition to running the Zambian exile political radio program CrossFire BlogTalkRadio, Gershom worked with Global Voices until shortly before his passing in 2015. We miss him dearly.
Latest posts by Gershom Ndhlovu
Private conversations involving ministers brings into focus issues of privacy not only for government leaders, but for the general public.
Media workers in Zambia will soon face even greater constraints from both employers and state regulators.
Information Minister Joseph Katema derided the current media environment, claiming that Zambians are "starved of credible information" due to the media's focus on "spreading falsehoods."
Beaten and threatened by Kazim Sata, independent journalist Thomas Zgambo will soon stand trial in a case linking him to the Zambian Watchdog, an investigative news website.
Zambians who failed to register their SIM cards are now facing dead air -- journalists and opposition party leaders say the deactivations are a violation of citizens' privacy and communication...
Indy news site the Zambian Watchdog published a leaked draft of the nation's constitution -- police now say they will use "international legal provisions" to prosecute those behind the Watchdog.
Bribes abound in the latest chapter of the battle between the Zambian government and the independent Zambian Watchdog news site.
While some Zambians scramble to register their SIM cards, others have discovered their registration information has gone missing.
Zambians are being forced to register their mobile phone SIM cards with their real name and other identifying information. What will this mean for user privacy?