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Zimbabwe

Kenneth David Buchizya Kaunda (KK)

Date of Birth: 28 April 1924
Place of Birth: Chinsali


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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...


Gunmen at the gate

Major Wezi Kaunda, son of Zambia's former President Kenneth Kaunda, was brutally murdered on 4 November...


Chinja maitiro!

Zimbabwe's trades unionists cannot expect the landslide that their colleagues in Zambia's Movement for Multi-Party Democracy scored against President Kenneth Kaunda in 1991...


A hammer to a nut

Chiluba shows no more willingness than his predecessor, Kenneth Kaunda, to concede Barotse autonomy...


Down, not out

' This could perhaps mean removing the citizenship clause which bars ex-President Kenneth Kaunda, leader of the opposition United National Independence Party, from standing again as President...

• UNIP: Kenneth Kaunda announced after his release from detention in July 1998 that he was retiring from politics...


Mining the depths

Anglo, particularly its eminence grise Harry Oppenheimer, has wanted to take the lead role in the unbundling and privatisation of Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines (which had been forged out of a collection of mines mostly owned by Anglo and in which President Kenneth Kaunda’s government took a 60 per cent stake in 1982)...


Fighting rebels at home and abroad

With its industrial and commercial base, Zimbabwe is still several years away from the economic and political devastation of Kenneth Kaunda’s Zambia of a decade ago...


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