|Died||24 May 2006|
Mazoka was born in Monze. He attended Union College, where he graduated in 1969 with a degree in mechanical engineering. For his senior thesis, Mazoka designed and built a wind tunnel in 10 weeks. The tunnel, whose construction attracted attention from the media, filled the basement of the college's Science and Engineering department and would be used for three decades.
He was married to Mutinta and had three children with her: Mutinta, Pasina and Anderson Jr. His eldest daughter Macenje was from his first marriage to Zenobia Lewis.
- "Mazoka '69, former Zambian presidential candidate, dies" (Press release). Union College. June 2, 2006. Retrieved 2016-06-23.
- "Zambia's opposition leader Mazoka dies in S. Africa". Reuters. 2006-05-24. Retrieved 2006-06-04.[permanent dead link]
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