Definition of Kenneth kaunda
1. Noun. Statesman who led Northern Rhodesia to full independence as Zambia in 1964 and served as Zambia's first president (1924-1999).
Lexicographical Neighbors of Kenneth Kaunda
Literary usage of Kenneth kaunda
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Human Rights Watch World Report 1999 by Human Rights Watch Staff (1998)
"... ex-president and United National Independence Party (UNIP) leader kenneth kaunda. Constitutional guarantees of many basic human rights were suspended in ..."
2. Human Rights Watch World Report 1997 by Human Rights Watch (Organization), Human Rights Watch Staff (1996)
"UNIP leader kenneth kaunda neither condemned the violence nor appealed to his supporters to refrain from violence during the by-elections. ..."
3. The Democratisation Process in Zanzibar: A Retarded Transition by Mohammed Ali Bakari (2001)
"Like Tanzania, Zambia's government under kenneth kaunda instituted a ... kenneth kaunda secured only 25 % of the presidential votes and his party, ..."
4. Shifting African Identities by S. B. Bekker, Martine Dodds, Meshack M. Khosa (2001)
"Ironically, President Chiluba's predecessor as Head of State, kenneth kaunda, was in many ways a more religious figure than Chiluba, and was descended from ..."
5. More Than a Name: State-Sponsored Homophobia and Its Consequences in by Scott Long, A. Widney Brown, Gail Cooper (2003)
"Former president kenneth kaunda initially urged Zambians to "cool down and think about" the question of "how to handle these brothers and sisters. ..."
6. Africa South of the Sahara: The Challenge to Western Security by Lewis H. Gann, Peter Duignan (1981)
"Since 1977 kenneth kaunda, the country's founder and president, has tried to modify the rigidities of "Zambian humanism," a modified form of African ..."
7. U.S. Economic Policy Toward Africa by Jeffrey Ira Herbst (1992)
"... and a leader such as kenneth kaunda, once a staunch defender of the one- party state, allowed multiparty elections and left office when he lost. ..."