First Lady of Zambia
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|First Lady of Zambia|
|Inaugural holder||Betty Kaunda|
|Formation||24 October 1964|
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politics and government of
First Ladies of Zambia
|Name||Term Begins||Term Ends||President of Zambia|
|Betty Kaunda||24 October 1964||2 November 1991||Kenneth Kaunda|
|Vera Tembo||2 November 1991||2000 (Divorced in 2000)||Frederick Chiluba|
|Office vacant||2000||2 January 2002||Frederick Chiluba|
|Maureen Mwanawasa||2 January 2002||19 August 2008||Levy Mwanawasa|
|Thandiwe Banda||29 June 2008||23 September 2011||Rupiah Banda|
|Christine Kaseba||23 September 2011||28 October 2014||Michael Sata|
|Charlotte Scott||28 October 2014||26 January 2015||Guy Scott|
|Esther Lungu||26 January 2015||Present||Edgar Lungu|
- Udoh, Nse (2012-09-19). "Founding First Lady Betty Kaunda Passes Away at 84". Zambia Reports. Retrieved 2012-09-19.
- Simwanza, Obert (2011-06-18). "Zambia’s ex-president Chiluba dies". Independent Online (South Africa). Retrieved 2012-09-19.
- Warunga, Joseph (2010-05-17). "Meeting the first ladies of Africa". BBC News. Retrieved 2012-07-30.
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