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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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A hammer to a nut

The small Barotse Patriotic Front (BPF) has come out openly in support of the Caprivian secessionists and its leader Imasiku Mutangelwa has warned Zambian President Frederick Chiluba 'to take a leaf' from events in Caprivi...


Tougher talk

Zambia's President Frederick Chiluba flew off to Congo-K to persuade the quarrelling rebel factions to sign the 10 July Lusaka peace accord; Nigeria's President Olusegun Obasanjo flew to meet embattled President José Eduardo dos Santos in Luanda; United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan flew back to New York (via Slovakia) with proposals for UN help in peacemaking in Congo Sierra Leone and Eritrea-Ethiopia...


Down, not out

It could possibly also mean lifting the ban on a third presidential term for President Frederick Chiluba...


Deadly diamonds

In an open letter to President Frederick Chiluba Luanda said there was evidence of 'direct support of the Zambian government' and intelligence services in pro-UNITA operations...


Mining the depths

Having procrastinated and argued for seven years while the world copper market collapsed President Frederick Chiluba’s government now believes it has no option but to accept Anglo’s offer...


Copper crunch

But several consultants including Rothschilds advised President Frederick Chiluba's government against such an arrangement...


Central Africa's schism

Its Chairman President Frederick Chiluba of Zambia made the excuse that its members – 15 ministers of defence and of foreign affairs including Gabon’s – needed more time for preparation...


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Africa scrambles for Africa

Increasingly the Christian fundamentalists’ endorsement is sought by governments such as Frederick Chiluba’s (himself a born-again Christian) in Zambia and Benjamin Mkapa’s in Tanzania...


The wages of war

Countries outside the immediate arena of battle such as Nigeria and South Africa hope desperately that the SADC and OAU peace initiatives under the chairmanship of Zambian President Frederick Chiluba will make some progress at a new round of talks on 21-22 November...


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