Kenneth Kaunda

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Kenneth Kaunda said : "He shot at least five times into the crowd," External link

startribune Friday, June 26, 2020 2:15:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda said : “He shot at least five times into the crowd,” External link

WashingtonPost Friday, June 26, 2020 2:04:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda said : “He shot at least five times into the crowd,” External link

seattlepi Friday, June 26, 2020 2:00:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda said : “It was a Friday when they announced that Movement for Multi Party Democracy led by Frederick Chiluba had won the elections. I had my doubts but it didn’t matter. I telephoned Mr Chiluba the president elect and said, ‘Congratulations. I am told you have won. I am waiting for you tomorrow to come and take over.’ He said thank you. The following day, Chiluba came with his whole cabinet, and the Vice President Levy Mwanawasa. They were three hours late. I said, ‘Young people, I am taking president elect Chiluba to my office to brief him on how I run the state machinery. Please wait here.’ I took him to my office. I briefed him verbally and in writing. After that, I showed him a secret entrance to tunnels, security tunnels leading to an underground bunker. I told him that if he should ever get into trouble, there was a young man who would come and declare avcadabra and the tunnels would open. I told him, ‘You can get 29 people you trust and yourself make the thirtieth. There are 30 mattresses, blankets and everything ready. There is a powerful broadcasting machine, more powerful than the state radio, so you can broadcast to the people of Zambia. You can also call for support from somewhere outside. They will come and help you.’ I took him around and finally told him ‘I am a patriot, I am a Pan-Africanist. If at anytime you should need my assistance don’t hesitate to call, I will come and assist.’ Chiluba’s response was a lesson to me about the role of individuals in the destiny of nations, especially so in Africa. Because later on, he called journalists and claimed that I had an underground station where I was locking up opposition leaders, torturing and killing people. The Post Newspaper bought his lie. But some of the press said it looked like a palace and not a dungeon where they were killing people. Tragedies like this cannot happen when you have got correct leadership. In Africa there must be clean thinking. We should not make politics a source of enmity. Politics must be a service to the people of God, God’s children. Leaders must look at politics as a service to the nations. If you look at politics as something you must benefit from and power as something you must hold at all costs, then the nation is dead. Later Chiluba would raid my house claiming I had stolen books from State House. And how many books did he recover? Only four. Kaunda, the father of the Zambian nation stealing four textbooks! My God! I was never corrupt as a leader. Up to the day I left office, I did not even have a house in which to live in Lusaka. I had a house in my home village, which is far away from here. So when I left office, I had no house, or where to go. We had built rest houses here for the mines. I occupied the smallest house belonging to Luanshya mine with my wife. But within 10 days, President Chiluba asked me to vacate the house. The constitution provided that a retired president should have a house, a pension and some support staff. But they abolished all those. Fortunately, a young man who was working with me had a spare house in Lusaka and he heard that I was being chased from the government house, because these mines were under government control. He said ‘Old man please, I have got a house here, you can stay there for two years without paying anything, you have done so much.’ So he lent it to us for two years, my wife, and me and that’s how we survived otherwise we would have been completely destroyed. When I look back at my administration I see that our biggest achievement was to unite Zambia: one Zambia and one nation. Secondly we had policies which if we had been allowed to continue, would have made Zambia a much better place than it is today. The fight I was privileged by Zambians to lead was not only fighting for independence and helping our brothers and sisters to fight for independence in other states in Southern Africa, but also the fight for economic independence. And we did not borrow anything from anyone from the beginning of time until 1973. 1973 when the oil prices went up, the copper prices went down and I wrote to the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, of course, saying we had not borrowed from them up until then. Now that the oil prices were up, and copper prices down, we were facing serious foreign exchange shortages. I asked these two institutions for their advice. They wrote back saying: Borrow, because we think copper prices will soon be going up and we think that oil prices will be controlled. That is when Zambia begun to borrow from abroad. By 1985-87, I found that the World Bank assistance was not helping to improve the situation. We were instead growing poorer, and more indebted; and the debt levels were unsustainable. The IMF and World Bank policies and programmes were not improving the situation. Africa needs to learn and to understand what IMF and World Bank stand for. I am not blaming the people themselves. But these institutions are victims of the machinations of the powerful nations of this world. When you borrow money, you also have expenses – they call them overheads. A lot of the loans go to pay for overhead costs like costs of administrative staff sent to manage the loans, costs of consultants who come to tell you what you already know, costs of computers and four wheel drive vehicles that do not reduce poverty and so on and so forth. Before you know it, more than 70 or 80 percent of the loan money has gone back to the rich countries whose people are employed to do feasibility studies or work on the projects and the poor country has a high debt burden. For Africa to overcome its current challenges, especially the squeeze from the powerful nations of the western world, we need to come together and work together. That is why the African Union, Nepad and other regional groupings are important” External link

zambiareports Tuesday, April 28, 2020 5:32:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda writes : “This is a new era to think of Angola as a strong, united nation in the pursuit of its noblest purposes,” External link

angop Tuesday, November 12, 2019 11:35:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda stated ( about British ) : “Friends of the environment all over the world, the Lower Zambezi is a story of resilience. I am concerned about the people and their natural resources in and around the Lower Zambezi National Park. This rich ecosystem has supported people for time immemorial. Allow me to highlight some of the important points in the area’s history: The Nsenga Luzi people under Chief Mburuma lived in the Lower Zambezi Valley for centuries managing the land and resources well, wildlife thrived. When the Portuguese arrived and settled at Feira at the confluence of the Luangwa and Zambezi in 1546, Chief Mburuma’s people guarded the valley jealously and protected the wildlife from their avaricious hunters,” “British hunters arrived in the late 1800’s and hunted thousands of elephant and other large species, the wildlife survived. In the early 1920s Nagana arrived and wiped out most of the wildlife and the disease carried by tsetse fly began to infect the people but the wildlife recovered. In the mid 1950’s the Colonial Government moved Mburuma’s people out of the Lower Zambezi Valley to Chitope hoping to break the sleeping sickness cycle, the wildlife survived. Much of the Liberation war in Zimbabwe took place in the Zambezi Valley but the wildlife survived. As soon as the war was over I declared the Lower Zambezi a national Park and the wildlife thrived. Slowly tour operators began investing in photographic safaris in the National Park and the wildlife thrived” External link

zambiareports Thursday, October 31, 2019 4:00:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda stated ( about Ronald Chitotela ) : “The Lower Zambezi valley also provides a critical biodiversity link between the animals in Luangwa valley and the Kafue basin. It was recently discovered that male lions move through this protected area from Luangwa to Kafue thus maintaining the diversity they require. The proposed mining operation in the middle of the National park poses the biggest threat in history to the wildlife and pristine wilderness that has survived so many centuries of challenges and supported generations of Zambians,” “I am happy and relieved that the Minister of Tourism, Honourable Ronald Chitotela has seen the opportunities for the people living around the Park to build viable natural resource-based economies that can sustain them and their descendants well into the future and I urge him and the Cabinet to consider this as a more holistically sound alternative to the proposed mine” External link

zambiareports Thursday, October 31, 2019 4:00:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda stated ( about Ronald Chitotela ) : “My government recognised this strength in 1984 with the introduction of decentralised wildlife management under the LIRDP pilot in the Luangwa and later Admade and I’m pleased that this policy has been mainstreamed and extended to forestry and fisheries through Acts of parliament. Much more needs to be done to re-build robust community-based resource management structures that involve and benefit every man, woman and child and contribute to building viable sustainable economies in each catchment across Zambia,” “Let us imagine what the kind of life every Zambian wants, be clear about how the environment must look like to produce such lives and plan our management towards that context so that no more time is wasted chasing false promises from the extraction industry. In line with Honourable Chitotela’s vision, we all need to mobilise efforts to help the people of Luangwa, Rufunsa, Chiawa and Chongwe districts to regenerate their natural resources and build a truly sustainable economy that can serve as an example to the rest of the country. Thank you and God bless us all” External link

zambiareports Thursday, October 31, 2019 4:00:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda recalled ( about British ) : “Friends of the environment all over the world, the Lower Zambezi is a story of resilience. I am concerned about the people and their natural resources in and around the Lower Zambezi National Park. This rich ecosystem has supported people for time immemorial. Allow me to highlight some of the important points in the area’s history: • The Nsenga Luzi people under Chief Mburuma lived in the Lower Zambezi Valley for centuries managing the land and resources well, wildlife thrived. • When the Portuguese arrived and settled at Feira at the confluence of the Luangwa and Zambezi in 1546, Chief Mburuma’s people guarded the valley jealously and protected the wildlife from their avaricious hunters. • British hunters arrived in the late 1800’s and hunted thousands of elephant and other large species, the wildlife survived. • In the early 1920s Nagana arrived and wiped out most of the wildlife and the disease carried by tsetse fly began to infect the people but the wildlife recovered. • In the mid 1950’s the Colonial Government moved Mburuma’s people out of the Lower Zambezi Valley to Chitope hoping to break the sleeping sickness cycle, the wildlife survived. • Much of the Liberation war in Zimbabwe took place in the Zambezi Valley but the wildlife survived. • As soon as the war was over I declared the Lower Zambezi a national Park and the wildlife thrived. • Slowly tour operators began investing in photographic safaris in the National Park and the wildlife thrived,” “Today, Lower Zambezi is one on Zambia’s most popular destinations for tourists, both local and international, generating more and more income for government and livelihoods for the people of Zambia. The Lower Zambezi valley also provides a critical biodiversity link between the animals in Luangwa valley and the Kafue basin. It was recently discovered that male lions move through this protected area from Luangwa to Kafue thus maintaining the diversity they require. The proposed mining operation in the middle of the National park poses the biggest threat in history to the wildlife and pristine wilderness that has survived so many centuries of challenges and supported generations of Zambians” External link

zambianwatchdog Thursday, October 31, 2019 10:01:00 AM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda said ( about Ronald Chitotela ) : “I am happy and relieved that the Minister of Tourism, Honourable Ronald Chitotela has seen the opportunities for the people living around the Park to build viable natural resource-based economies that can sustain them and their descendants well into the future and I urge him and the Cabinet to consider this as a more holistically sound alternative to the proposed mine. Our people have a deep history and knowledge of managing their natural resources sustainably, perhaps better than anywhere else in the world. My government recognised this strength in 1984 with the introduction of decentralised wildlife management under the LIRDP pilot in the Luangwa and later Admade and I’m pleased that this policy has been mainstreamed and extended to forestry and fisheries through Acts of parliament. Much more needs to be done to re-build robust community-based resource management structures that involve and benefit every man, woman and child and contribute to building viable sustainable economies in each catchment across Zambia,” External link

zambianwatchdog Thursday, October 31, 2019 10:01:00 AM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda said : "You win some, you lose some. That's politics" External link

allafrica Monday, October 7, 2019 4:55:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda asked : “How can Zambians who have no business in South Africa have so much money?” External link

zambianwatchdog Thursday, September 12, 2019 9:50:00 AM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda declared : “Zambia will not be independent and free until the rest of Africa is free” External link

dailymail-zm Monday, July 1, 2019 9:27:00 AM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda ajoute : "Si vous tentiez de fuir, même votre ami vous tirait dessus" External link

ipreunion Wednesday, December 14, 2016 10:29:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda ajoute : "Si vous tentiez de fuir, même votre ami vous tirait dessus" External link

slateafrique Wednesday, December 14, 2016 3:45:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda ajoute : "Si vous tentiez de fuir, même votre ami vous tirait dessus" External link

LePoint Wednesday, December 14, 2016 11:59:00 AM EAT



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
president64.93%EN11/22/201722/11/2017
leader5.78%EN11/21/201721/11/2017
premier président de la zambie0.19%FR10/24/201724/10/2017
président de la zambie0.19%FR10/24/201724/10/2017
first president of zambia0.39%EN10/08/201708/10/2017
coach2.31%EN08/23/201723/08/2017
police coach1.16%EN08/23/201723/08/2017
head coach0.19%EN08/01/201701/08/2017
president of zambia1.16%EN07/26/201726/07/2017
ancien président zambien1.16%FR05/08/201708/05/2017
republic president0.19%EN03/07/201707/03/2017
first republic president0.19%EN03/07/201707/03/2017
président1.35%FR02/10/201710/02/2017
presidente zambiano0.19%PT01/08/201708/01/2017
presidente da zâmbia0.19%PT01/07/201707/01/2017
mechanic1.54%EN12/15/201615/12/2016
former president of zambia4.43%EN11/30/201630/11/2016
rais wa zamani0.19%SW10/25/201625/10/2016
first president of the republic0.19%EN10/25/201625/10/2016
premier0.39%EN10/24/201624/10/2016
tutor0.39%EN09/20/201620/09/2016
vice-president0.19%EN08/17/201617/08/2016
head0.39%EN08/11/201611/08/2016
colleague0.19%EN08/10/201610/08/2016
presidente da oua0.39%PT06/01/201601/06/2016
ex-président0.58%FR02/04/201504/02/2015
premier chef d'etat0.77%FR01/25/201525/01/2015
president2.12%SV11/25/201325/11/2013
first president1.73%EN11/16/201316/11/2013
former president4.24%EN11/08/201308/11/2013
Names Lang Count
Kenneth KaundaEN60.22%
Kenneth KaundaFR14.47%
Kenneth KaundaPT6.04%
Kenneth KaundaSW5.02%
Kenneth KaundaDE4.44%
Kenneth KaundaEU4.36%
Kenneth KaundaNL4.36%
Kenneth KunkaEN0.29%
Kenneth KuandaFR0.22%
KENNETH KAUNDAEN0.22%
Kenneth KuandaEN0.15%
Kenneth KaundaAF0.07%
Kenneth KaundaSA0.07%
Kenneth KaundaAR0.07%


 
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Sabata Mokgwabone said ( about Kenneth Kaunda ) : “Preliminary investigations conducted after police management in the Dr Kenneth Kaunda District became aware of the video, showed that no such incident was reported in Klerksdorp,” External link

citizen Thursday, October 1, 2020 3:43:00 AM EAT

Sabata Mokgwabone said ( about Kenneth Kaunda ) : “Preliminary investigations conducted after police management in the Dr Kenneth Kaunda District became aware of the video, showed that no such incident was reported in Klerksdorp,” “It is also apparent that the video was staged to cause fear among members of the public. In the same breath, voice notes with false and unsubstantiated information were over the weekend shared on social media platforms about the alleged kidnapping incidents for human trafficking purposes. However, it turned out that no cases were reported to the police either in Mmabatho or Mahikeng, where the purported incidents took place” External link

citizen Wednesday, September 30, 2020 11:59:00 AM EAT

Sabata Mokgwabone said ( about Kenneth Kaunda ) : "Preliminary investigations conducted after police management in the Dr Kenneth Kaunda District became aware of the video, showed that no such incident was reported in Klerksdorp," "It is also apparent that the video was staged to cause fear among members of the public. In the same breath, voice notes with false and unsubstantiated information were over the weekend shared on social media platforms about the alleged kidnapping incidents for human trafficking purposes. However, it turned out that no cases were reported to the police either in Mmabatho or Mahikeng, where the purported incidents took place" External link

news24 Wednesday, September 30, 2020 9:17:00 AM EAT

Kyle van Reenen said ( about Kenneth Kaunda ) : "Holding her up at knife-point the men robbed the woman of her belongings before fleeing in an unknown direction. A description of the vehicle was distributed to all Marshall Security vehicles and the suspects were spotted traveling on Kenneth Kaunda Road a short while later. The vehicle was brought to a stop at the intersection of Kenneth Kaunda and Swapo Roads where two suspects were apprehended," External link

iol Tuesday, February 18, 2020 3:11:00 PM EAT

Emmerson Mnangagwa said ( about Kenneth Kaunda ) : "Now Mzee Kenneth Kaunda remains alone. May the Good Lord continue to watch over him," External link

bulawayo24 Sunday, September 15, 2019 10:27:00 AM EAT

Brian Mushimba wrote ( about Kenneth Kaunda ) : “Did you know the new Kenneth Kaunda International Airport terminal will be a self-contained mini city once completed? The new shopping mall, the restaurants, the hotels, the gyms and all other amenities befitting the description” External link

zambiareports Thursday, May 9, 2019 9:48:00 PM EAT

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Kenneth Kaunda

Last updated on 2017-10-24T22:05+0300.

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Kenneth Kaunda said : "He shot at least five times into the crowd," External link

startribune Friday, June 26, 2020 2:15:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda said : “He shot at least five times into the crowd,” External link

WashingtonPost Friday, June 26, 2020 2:04:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda said : “He shot at least five times into the crowd,” External link

seattlepi Friday, June 26, 2020 2:00:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda said : “It was a Friday when they announced that Movement for Multi Party Democracy led by Frederick Chiluba had won the elections. I had my doubts but it didn’t matter. I telephoned Mr Chiluba the president elect and said, ‘Congratulations. I am told you have won. I am waiting for you tomorrow to come and take over.’ He said thank you. The following day, Chiluba came with his whole cabinet, and the Vice President Levy Mwanawasa. They were three hours late. I said, ‘Young people, I am taking president elect Chiluba to my office to brief him on how I run the state machinery. Please wait here.’ I took him to my office. I briefed him verbally and in writing. After that, I showed him a secret entrance to tunnels, security tunnels leading to an underground bunker. I told him that if he should ever get into trouble, there was a young man who would come and declare avcadabra and the tunnels would open. I told him, ‘You can get 29 people you trust and yourself make the thirtieth. There are 30 mattresses, blankets and everything ready. There is a powerful broadcasting machine, more powerful than the state radio, so you can broadcast to the people of Zambia. You can also call for support from somewhere outside. They will come and help you.’ I took him around and finally told him ‘I am a patriot, I am a Pan-Africanist. If at anytime you should need my assistance don’t hesitate to call, I will come and assist.’ Chiluba’s response was a lesson to me about the role of individuals in the destiny of nations, especially so in Africa. Because later on, he called journalists and claimed that I had an underground station where I was locking up opposition leaders, torturing and killing people. The Post Newspaper bought his lie. But some of the press said it looked like a palace and not a dungeon where they were killing people. Tragedies like this cannot happen when you have got correct leadership. In Africa there must be clean thinking. We should not make politics a source of enmity. Politics must be a service to the people of God, God’s children. Leaders must look at politics as a service to the nations. If you look at politics as something you must benefit from and power as something you must hold at all costs, then the nation is dead. Later Chiluba would raid my house claiming I had stolen books from State House. And how many books did he recover? Only four. Kaunda, the father of the Zambian nation stealing four textbooks! My God! I was never corrupt as a leader. Up to the day I left office, I did not even have a house in which to live in Lusaka. I had a house in my home village, which is far away from here. So when I left office, I had no house, or where to go. We had built rest houses here for the mines. I occupied the smallest house belonging to Luanshya mine with my wife. But within 10 days, President Chiluba asked me to vacate the house. The constitution provided that a retired president should have a house, a pension and some support staff. But they abolished all those. Fortunately, a young man who was working with me had a spare house in Lusaka and he heard that I was being chased from the government house, because these mines were under government control. He said ‘Old man please, I have got a house here, you can stay there for two years without paying anything, you have done so much.’ So he lent it to us for two years, my wife, and me and that’s how we survived otherwise we would have been completely destroyed. When I look back at my administration I see that our biggest achievement was to unite Zambia: one Zambia and one nation. Secondly we had policies which if we had been allowed to continue, would have made Zambia a much better place than it is today. The fight I was privileged by Zambians to lead was not only fighting for independence and helping our brothers and sisters to fight for independence in other states in Southern Africa, but also the fight for economic independence. And we did not borrow anything from anyone from the beginning of time until 1973. 1973 when the oil prices went up, the copper prices went down and I wrote to the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, of course, saying we had not borrowed from them up until then. Now that the oil prices were up, and copper prices down, we were facing serious foreign exchange shortages. I asked these two institutions for their advice. They wrote back saying: Borrow, because we think copper prices will soon be going up and we think that oil prices will be controlled. That is when Zambia begun to borrow from abroad. By 1985-87, I found that the World Bank assistance was not helping to improve the situation. We were instead growing poorer, and more indebted; and the debt levels were unsustainable. The IMF and World Bank policies and programmes were not improving the situation. Africa needs to learn and to understand what IMF and World Bank stand for. I am not blaming the people themselves. But these institutions are victims of the machinations of the powerful nations of this world. When you borrow money, you also have expenses – they call them overheads. A lot of the loans go to pay for overhead costs like costs of administrative staff sent to manage the loans, costs of consultants who come to tell you what you already know, costs of computers and four wheel drive vehicles that do not reduce poverty and so on and so forth. Before you know it, more than 70 or 80 percent of the loan money has gone back to the rich countries whose people are employed to do feasibility studies or work on the projects and the poor country has a high debt burden. For Africa to overcome its current challenges, especially the squeeze from the powerful nations of the western world, we need to come together and work together. That is why the African Union, Nepad and other regional groupings are important” External link

zambiareports Tuesday, April 28, 2020 5:32:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda writes : “This is a new era to think of Angola as a strong, united nation in the pursuit of its noblest purposes,” External link

angop Tuesday, November 12, 2019 11:35:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda stated ( about British ) : “Friends of the environment all over the world, the Lower Zambezi is a story of resilience. I am concerned about the people and their natural resources in and around the Lower Zambezi National Park. This rich ecosystem has supported people for time immemorial. Allow me to highlight some of the important points in the area’s history: The Nsenga Luzi people under Chief Mburuma lived in the Lower Zambezi Valley for centuries managing the land and resources well, wildlife thrived. When the Portuguese arrived and settled at Feira at the confluence of the Luangwa and Zambezi in 1546, Chief Mburuma’s people guarded the valley jealously and protected the wildlife from their avaricious hunters,” “British hunters arrived in the late 1800’s and hunted thousands of elephant and other large species, the wildlife survived. In the early 1920s Nagana arrived and wiped out most of the wildlife and the disease carried by tsetse fly began to infect the people but the wildlife recovered. In the mid 1950’s the Colonial Government moved Mburuma’s people out of the Lower Zambezi Valley to Chitope hoping to break the sleeping sickness cycle, the wildlife survived. Much of the Liberation war in Zimbabwe took place in the Zambezi Valley but the wildlife survived. As soon as the war was over I declared the Lower Zambezi a national Park and the wildlife thrived. Slowly tour operators began investing in photographic safaris in the National Park and the wildlife thrived” External link

zambiareports Thursday, October 31, 2019 4:00:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda stated ( about Ronald Chitotela ) : “The Lower Zambezi valley also provides a critical biodiversity link between the animals in Luangwa valley and the Kafue basin. It was recently discovered that male lions move through this protected area from Luangwa to Kafue thus maintaining the diversity they require. The proposed mining operation in the middle of the National park poses the biggest threat in history to the wildlife and pristine wilderness that has survived so many centuries of challenges and supported generations of Zambians,” “I am happy and relieved that the Minister of Tourism, Honourable Ronald Chitotela has seen the opportunities for the people living around the Park to build viable natural resource-based economies that can sustain them and their descendants well into the future and I urge him and the Cabinet to consider this as a more holistically sound alternative to the proposed mine” External link

zambiareports Thursday, October 31, 2019 4:00:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda stated ( about Ronald Chitotela ) : “My government recognised this strength in 1984 with the introduction of decentralised wildlife management under the LIRDP pilot in the Luangwa and later Admade and I’m pleased that this policy has been mainstreamed and extended to forestry and fisheries through Acts of parliament. Much more needs to be done to re-build robust community-based resource management structures that involve and benefit every man, woman and child and contribute to building viable sustainable economies in each catchment across Zambia,” “Let us imagine what the kind of life every Zambian wants, be clear about how the environment must look like to produce such lives and plan our management towards that context so that no more time is wasted chasing false promises from the extraction industry. In line with Honourable Chitotela’s vision, we all need to mobilise efforts to help the people of Luangwa, Rufunsa, Chiawa and Chongwe districts to regenerate their natural resources and build a truly sustainable economy that can serve as an example to the rest of the country. Thank you and God bless us all” External link

zambiareports Thursday, October 31, 2019 4:00:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda recalled ( about British ) : “Friends of the environment all over the world, the Lower Zambezi is a story of resilience. I am concerned about the people and their natural resources in and around the Lower Zambezi National Park. This rich ecosystem has supported people for time immemorial. Allow me to highlight some of the important points in the area’s history: • The Nsenga Luzi people under Chief Mburuma lived in the Lower Zambezi Valley for centuries managing the land and resources well, wildlife thrived. • When the Portuguese arrived and settled at Feira at the confluence of the Luangwa and Zambezi in 1546, Chief Mburuma’s people guarded the valley jealously and protected the wildlife from their avaricious hunters. • British hunters arrived in the late 1800’s and hunted thousands of elephant and other large species, the wildlife survived. • In the early 1920s Nagana arrived and wiped out most of the wildlife and the disease carried by tsetse fly began to infect the people but the wildlife recovered. • In the mid 1950’s the Colonial Government moved Mburuma’s people out of the Lower Zambezi Valley to Chitope hoping to break the sleeping sickness cycle, the wildlife survived. • Much of the Liberation war in Zimbabwe took place in the Zambezi Valley but the wildlife survived. • As soon as the war was over I declared the Lower Zambezi a national Park and the wildlife thrived. • Slowly tour operators began investing in photographic safaris in the National Park and the wildlife thrived,” “Today, Lower Zambezi is one on Zambia’s most popular destinations for tourists, both local and international, generating more and more income for government and livelihoods for the people of Zambia. The Lower Zambezi valley also provides a critical biodiversity link between the animals in Luangwa valley and the Kafue basin. It was recently discovered that male lions move through this protected area from Luangwa to Kafue thus maintaining the diversity they require. The proposed mining operation in the middle of the National park poses the biggest threat in history to the wildlife and pristine wilderness that has survived so many centuries of challenges and supported generations of Zambians” External link

zambianwatchdog Thursday, October 31, 2019 10:01:00 AM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda said ( about Ronald Chitotela ) : “I am happy and relieved that the Minister of Tourism, Honourable Ronald Chitotela has seen the opportunities for the people living around the Park to build viable natural resource-based economies that can sustain them and their descendants well into the future and I urge him and the Cabinet to consider this as a more holistically sound alternative to the proposed mine. Our people have a deep history and knowledge of managing their natural resources sustainably, perhaps better than anywhere else in the world. My government recognised this strength in 1984 with the introduction of decentralised wildlife management under the LIRDP pilot in the Luangwa and later Admade and I’m pleased that this policy has been mainstreamed and extended to forestry and fisheries through Acts of parliament. Much more needs to be done to re-build robust community-based resource management structures that involve and benefit every man, woman and child and contribute to building viable sustainable economies in each catchment across Zambia,” External link

zambianwatchdog Thursday, October 31, 2019 10:01:00 AM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda said : "You win some, you lose some. That's politics" External link

allafrica Monday, October 7, 2019 4:55:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda asked : “How can Zambians who have no business in South Africa have so much money?” External link

zambianwatchdog Thursday, September 12, 2019 9:50:00 AM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda declared : “Zambia will not be independent and free until the rest of Africa is free” External link

dailymail-zm Monday, July 1, 2019 9:27:00 AM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda ajoute : "Si vous tentiez de fuir, même votre ami vous tirait dessus" External link

ipreunion Wednesday, December 14, 2016 10:29:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda ajoute : "Si vous tentiez de fuir, même votre ami vous tirait dessus" External link

slateafrique Wednesday, December 14, 2016 3:45:00 PM EAT

Kenneth Kaunda ajoute : "Si vous tentiez de fuir, même votre ami vous tirait dessus" External link

LePoint Wednesday, December 14, 2016 11:59:00 AM EAT



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
president64.93%EN11/22/201722/11/2017
leader5.78%EN11/21/201721/11/2017
premier président de la zambie0.19%FR10/24/201724/10/2017
président de la zambie0.19%FR10/24/201724/10/2017
first president of zambia0.39%EN10/08/201708/10/2017
coach2.31%EN08/23/201723/08/2017
police coach1.16%EN08/23/201723/08/2017
head coach0.19%EN08/01/201701/08/2017
president of zambia1.16%EN07/26/201726/07/2017
ancien président zambien1.16%FR05/08/201708/05/2017
republic president0.19%EN03/07/201707/03/2017
first republic president0.19%EN03/07/201707/03/2017
président1.35%FR02/10/201710/02/2017
presidente zambiano0.19%PT01/08/201708/01/2017
presidente da zâmbia0.19%PT01/07/201707/01/2017
mechanic1.54%EN12/15/201615/12/2016
former president of zambia4.43%EN11/30/201630/11/2016
rais wa zamani0.19%SW10/25/201625/10/2016
first president of the republic0.19%EN10/25/201625/10/2016
premier0.39%EN10/24/201624/10/2016
tutor0.39%EN09/20/201620/09/2016
vice-president0.19%EN08/17/201617/08/2016
head0.39%EN08/11/201611/08/2016
colleague0.19%EN08/10/201610/08/2016
presidente da oua0.39%PT06/01/201601/06/2016
ex-président0.58%FR02/04/201504/02/2015
premier chef d'etat0.77%FR01/25/201525/01/2015
president2.12%SV11/25/201325/11/2013
first president1.73%EN11/16/201316/11/2013
former president4.24%EN11/08/201308/11/2013
Names Lang Count
Kenneth KaundaEN60.22%
Kenneth KaundaFR14.47%
Kenneth KaundaPT6.04%
Kenneth KaundaSW5.02%
Kenneth KaundaDE4.44%
Kenneth KaundaEU4.36%
Kenneth KaundaNL4.36%
Kenneth KunkaEN0.29%
Kenneth KuandaFR0.22%
KENNETH KAUNDAEN0.22%
Kenneth KuandaEN0.15%
Kenneth KaundaAF0.07%
Kenneth KaundaSA0.07%
Kenneth KaundaAR0.07%


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Sabata Mokgwabone said ( about Kenneth Kaunda ) : “Preliminary investigations conducted after police management in the Dr Kenneth Kaunda District became aware of the video, showed that no such incident was reported in Klerksdorp,” External link

citizen Thursday, October 1, 2020 3:43:00 AM EAT

Sabata Mokgwabone said ( about Kenneth Kaunda ) : “Preliminary investigations conducted after police management in the Dr Kenneth Kaunda District became aware of the video, showed that no such incident was reported in Klerksdorp,” “It is also apparent that the video was staged to cause fear among members of the public. In the same breath, voice notes with false and unsubstantiated information were over the weekend shared on social media platforms about the alleged kidnapping incidents for human trafficking purposes. However, it turned out that no cases were reported to the police either in Mmabatho or Mahikeng, where the purported incidents took place” External link

citizen Wednesday, September 30, 2020 11:59:00 AM EAT

Sabata Mokgwabone said ( about Kenneth Kaunda ) : "Preliminary investigations conducted after police management in the Dr Kenneth Kaunda District became aware of the video, showed that no such incident was reported in Klerksdorp," "It is also apparent that the video was staged to cause fear among members of the public. In the same breath, voice notes with false and unsubstantiated information were over the weekend shared on social media platforms about the alleged kidnapping incidents for human trafficking purposes. However, it turned out that no cases were reported to the police either in Mmabatho or Mahikeng, where the purported incidents took place" External link

news24 Wednesday, September 30, 2020 9:17:00 AM EAT

Kyle van Reenen said ( about Kenneth Kaunda ) : "Holding her up at knife-point the men robbed the woman of her belongings before fleeing in an unknown direction. A description of the vehicle was distributed to all Marshall Security vehicles and the suspects were spotted traveling on Kenneth Kaunda Road a short while later. The vehicle was brought to a stop at the intersection of Kenneth Kaunda and Swapo Roads where two suspects were apprehended," External link

iol Tuesday, February 18, 2020 3:11:00 PM EAT

Emmerson Mnangagwa said ( about Kenneth Kaunda ) : "Now Mzee Kenneth Kaunda remains alone. May the Good Lord continue to watch over him," External link

bulawayo24 Sunday, September 15, 2019 10:27:00 AM EAT

Brian Mushimba wrote ( about Kenneth Kaunda ) : “Did you know the new Kenneth Kaunda International Airport terminal will be a self-contained mini city once completed? The new shopping mall, the restaurants, the hotels, the gyms and all other amenities befitting the description” External link

zambiareports Thursday, May 9, 2019 9:48:00 PM EAT