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Zimbabwe

Kenneth David Buchizya Kaunda (KK)

Date of Birth: 28 April 1924
Place of Birth: Chinsali
Died: 17 June 2021


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The last summit

A new convention hall stood half-finished besides the old Mulungushi conference centre built by his predecessor Kenneth Kaunda to host a non-aligned summit in the mid 1970s...


Too many defects

Malimba Masheke ex-Secretary General of Kenneth Kaunda's United National Independence Party Sebastian Zulu and ex-Secretary to the Cabinet Schetchley Sachika...


Disbelief

Vice-President Enoch Kavindele challenged ex-President Kenneth Kaunda during his heyday joined the MMD left it rejoined and served in two of Chiluba's governments; he is from the north-west with Angolan connections...


Third time unlucky

Some senior MMD members including party Chairman Sikota Wina were present at the biggest gathering for ten years reminding people of MMD rallies in 1990 against President Kenneth Kaunda's ailing regime...


Revolving doors

The once ruling United National Independence Party must choose between Francis Nkhoma or Tilyenji Kaunda (son of ex-President Kenneth Kaunda) as its candidate...


A longer presidency

He said he would abide by the constitution but he is not a constitutional operator; he pushed through an amendment in 1996 to prevent ex-President Kenneth Kaunda (whose Zambian citizenship was reinstated on 30 October) from contesting the presidency...


The race to succeed

Regional cleavages contained to a certain extent during the days of former President Kenneth Kaunda have re-emerged...


Post-KK traumas

So strong was the personality cult around the Independence leader and Father of the Nation former President Kenneth Kaunda that his United National Independence Party has been thrown into chaos even terminal chaos since he announced his retirement a year ago...


Deferred

This is the same dodge that the Zambian government used to disqualify ex-President Kenneth Kaunda as a candidate at the last presidential election on the grounds of his family links to what is now Malawi...


Chiluba and after

To exclude ex-President Kenneth Kaunda who ruled the country for 27 years mostly as a one-party state the constitution was amended in 1996 to prevent a president from serving more than two terms...

UNIP dividedKenneth Kaunda's United National Independence Party is a spent force: people say that KK 'had his chance' during 27 years in power...


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