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List of Vice Presidents of Zambia

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Zambia

The Vice President of Zambia is the second highest position in the executive branch of the Republic of Zambia. The Vice President is appointed by the President. Under the Constitution of Zambia, when a sitting president dies, the Vice President automatically becomes President but must run for election within 90 days.[1]

Vice Presidents of Zambia

Title Name Inaugurated Left Office Notes
Vice President Reuben Kamanga 1964 1967
Vice President Simon Kapwepwe 1967 1970
Vice President Mainza Chona 1970 1973 Became Prime Minister
Vice President Levy Mwanawasa 1991 1994
Vice President Godfrey Miyanda 1994 1997
Vice President Christon Tembo 1997 2001
Vice President Enoch Kavindele 2001 2003
Vice President Nevers Mumba 2003 2004
Vice President Lupando Mwape 2004 2006
Vice President Rupiah Banda October 9, 2006 November 2, 2008 Succeeded to the Presidency after the death of President Mwanawasa
Vice President George Kunda November 2, 2008 September 23, 2011
Vice President Guy Scott September 23, 2011 October 28, 2014 The first white Vice President of Zambia. Succeeded to the Presidency after the death of President Sata

References

  1. ^ The Voice

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