Fred M'membe editor-in-chief of The Post newspaper in Zambia.
In 1996 "The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), a nonpartisan advocate for press freedom, today condemned the banning of the Internet and printed editions of Zambia's leading independent newspaper, "The Post," and protests the continued legal harassment of the daily's editorial staff, including CPJ's 1995 International Press Freedom Award winner, managing director and editor in chief Fred M'membe, the latest of which has forced M'membe and his colleagues to turn themselves in after ten days in hiding." 
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- Previous Recipients, World Press Review, accessed January 8, 2009.