Twitter users pointed out the embarrassing front page typo on Friday morning.
Kaunda was a leader of the campaign that ended British colonial rule and he became Zambia's first democratically elected president in 1964. He led the country, which became a one-party state, until 1991, when he was defeated in an election following the introduction of multiparty politics.
His resignation sets off the Ramaphosa era.
Some say Rogelio Martinez was bludgeoned to death by rocks. Ted Cruz jumped on the bandwagon.
"The only stars and stripes you'll have to see are in the sky and on a zebra."
The baboon survived the shock, according to authorities.
Chinese workers have previously clashed with locals in the African country.
Mmusi Maimane traveled to Zambia on Thursday to attend the trial of the country's embattled opposition leader, but says he was "assaulted" and turned back upon arrival.
The country's president wants to stay in power beyond his limit and has put his rival on trial for treason.
Gloria Steinem spent International Women's Day encouraging girls' education.
Road traffic injuries are one of the leading causes of death among young people in Zambia.
While studying lions in Zambia, biologist Thandiwe Mweetwa noticed synchronised estrus cycles.
Nothing could "impair the prestige of the state" as much as this prosecution and Bahrain's human rights violations.
Lungu took 50.35 percent of the vote, but his main rival is challenging the result in court.
Edgar Lungu is close to remaining as Zambia's president.
The ministers stayed in power illegally following the dissolution of parliament in May.
Edgar Lungu is running for re-election in August's polls.
At least six people have been killed and mutilated in Lusaka in recent weeks.