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Zambia

Frederick Jacob Titus Chiluba

Date of Birth: 30 April 1943
Place of Birth: Kitwe
Died: 18 June 2011


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Lobbyist of last resort

Once described by The Jerusalem Post as 'a notorious chronic liar' Ben-Menashe worked closely with the deeply corrupt late president of Zambia Frederick Chiluba before finding fame as a prosecution witness in a trumped-up treason trial of the late Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai...


Secret deal to end copper war

The government called in Michael Sullivan QC the British lead lawyer on then President Levy Mwanawasa's Task Force on Corruption who had doggedly pursued Zambia's second president Frederick Chiluba and managed to get a judgement against him for $58 mn...


Finding Africa on K Street

Ben-Menashe was also investigated by Zambia's anti-corruption authorities over a maize import deal with the late Frederick Chiluba once Zambia's President (AC Vol 49 No 10 Sick man sick opposition)...


Lungu’s terms and conditions

When the late President Frederick Chiluba attempted to secure an unconstitutional third term in 2001 it was the reluctance of MPs in his own party to back his plans that led to the collapse of his bid (AC Vol 42 No 6 Third time unlucky)...


Lungu's media vendetta

Former Presidents Rupiah Banda and the late Frederick Chiluba tried to close down the paper which is edited and published by Fred M'membe...


Lungu schemes to survive

Hichilema is also often accused of having unfairly benefited from the privatisation of state-owned enterprises under the reign of President Frederick Chiluba...


Prosecuting the prosecutor

For civic activists and oppositionists that would risk a return to the era of impunity of the late President Frederick Chiluba...


Roots of a governor

They were involved in import-export business and expanded in Zambia under the protection of the late President Frederick Chiluba who was also Bemba...


Narrow win stretches nerves

The Daily Nation's owner Richard Sakala a former press aide to the late President Frederick Chiluba was sentenced to five years in prison for theft of vehicles and corruption in 2004 after being prosecuted by Nchito when he was working for ex-President Levy Mwanawasa's Task Force on Corruption (AC Vol 43 No 17 Looking for clues)...


Civil society under threat

Mining unions played a key role in bringing down the one-party state and preventing President Frederick Chiluba from securing an unconstitutional third term...


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