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Poor leadership in Africa setback for development

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Two decades ago today, former Zambian leader Kenneth Kaunda broke down and wept in front of an audience of artists in Nairobi, citing the political turmoil in most African states as the cause of his anguish.

Poor leadership in Africa setback for development

By Kenneth Kwama | 8 years ago

Zambia's former President Frederick Chiluba buried

Zambia's former President Frederick Chiluba buried

Zambia's former President Frederick Chiluba has been buried in the capital, Lusaka, following his death more than a week ago.

| 10 years ago

Former Zambia President graces KQ golf tournament

The first President of the Republic of Zambia, Dr Kenneth Kaunda was among the over 100 golfers that battled it out for the top prize at the 2010 KQ Golf Safari series at the Lusaka Golf Club.

| 10 years ago

Zambian ex-president Kaunda's burial begins despite court challenge

Kaunda ruled Zambia from 1964, when the southern African nation won its independence from Britain, until his defeat in an election in 1991.

Reuters | 2 months ago

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