Zambia’s First President Kenneth Kaunda Dies at 97

Kenneth Kaunda, the former president of Zambia, has died at the age of 97. Kaunda, who is the first democratically elected president of the southern African nation, was admitted to a military hospital on Monday to undergo treatment for pneumonia, and his son, Kambarage confirmed his death on Thursday. Kaunda, or ‘KK’ as he was affectionately known by Zambians and indeed the world over, was born at Lubwa Mission in Chinsali in the Northern Province of the then Northern Rho... Read more »
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