PICS: Zambia's Kaunda in 'good spirits' as Zuma visits him in Lusaka

2017-08-05 20:31
Kenneth Kaunda (File: AFP)

Kenneth Kaunda (File: AFP)

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Cape Town – President Jacob Zuma on Saturday visited Zambia's former president Kenneth Kaunda at his home in Lusaka.

Kaunda, 93, was released from hospital recently.

According to the presidency, Zuma found Kaunda "in good spirits".

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"President Zuma found President Kaunda in good spirits and expressed his wishes for good health and many more years of a peaceful and enjoyable retirement for this highly regarded selfless freedom fighter and humanist who made Zambia the home of thousands of South African exiles during the struggle against apartheid," the presidency said.

President Zuma was on a working visit to the Republic of Zambia, where he officially opened the 91st Agricultural and Commercial Show as a Guest of Honour, at the invitation of President Edgar Lungu of Zambia.  

The show was organised under the theme 'The Promotion of a Green Economy'. 

Read more on:    jacob zuma  |  kenneth kaunda  |  zambia  |  sa  |  southern africa

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