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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 China re-connection

Kaunda's ChristmasCharges were also dropped against United National Independence Party leader Kenneth Kaunda, detained on Christmas Day, and his head of security, Moyce Kaulung’ombe: both were released on 1 June...


Short leash

It’s meant to keep up pressure while ex- President Kenneth Kaunda's treason trial remains imminent...


Moses in the wilderness

Africa’s only constitutional ‘Christian Nation’ was shaken by the events of 25 December, when ex-President Kenneth Kaunda, once called the nation’s saviour, was arrested and detained...


More than money

The food riots of 19-21 January were the most serious challenge to Mugabe’s authority yet and have led many to draw parallels with the decline of President Kenneth Kaunda’s government less than a decade ago amid economic chaos...


De Matos makes plans

But privately Zambian officials accuse Luanda of complicity in the bizarre 28 October coup attempt in Lusaka; they seem genuinely worried about the visits of Zambian opponents of President Chiluba, including members of the family of former President Kenneth Kaunda, to Luanda...


Post-coup purge

This fosters resentment, unlike Kenneth Kaunda's government in the 1980s, which imposed discipline while maintaining the army's support...


Captain Solo speaks

Ex-President Kenneth Kaunda accused the government of stage-managing the coup to crush the opposition...


Budget stress

The 'No aid to Zambia campaign', led by former President Kenneth Kaunda, has left this year's 1...


In suspense

Most critical will be how Zambians respond in the election aftermath and whether Rodger Chongwe's opposition alliance (bringing together his Liberal Democratic Front, Kenneth Kaunda's United National Independence Party and Dean Mun'gomba's Zambia Democratic Congress) can organise its civil disobedience campaign...


No confidence

He arranged a one-party triumph by refusing (despite pleas from President Nelson Mandela and ex-President Jimmy Carter) to allow his main opponent, ex-President Kenneth Kaunda, to stand against him...


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