Vice-President of Botswana

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The Vice-President of Botswana is the second-highest executive official in the Government of Botswana. Vice-President is appointed by the President of Botswana among elected members of the National Assembly. Vice-President is the constitutional successor of the President in case of a vacancy[1].

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  • Died in office

Vice-Presidents of Botswana (1966–present)[edit]

Picture Name
(Birth–Death)
Took office Left office Political Party
1 Quett Masire detail DF-SC-85-12044.JPEG Quett Masire
(1925–2017)
1966 13 July 1980 BDP
2 No image.png Lenyeletse Seretse
(1920–1983)
July 1980 3 January 1983[†] BDP
3 No image.png Peter Mmusi
(?–1994)
January 1983 8 March 1992[2] BDP
4 Festus Mogae.jpg Festus Mogae
(1939–)
9 March 1992 1 April 1998 BDP
5 Ian Khama (2014) (cropped).jpg Ian Khama
(1953–)
13 July 1998 1 April 2008 BDP
6 Mompati Merafhe 071203-F-9074R-083 0YE9L.jpg Mompati Merafhe
(1936–2015)
1 April 2008 31 July 2012 BDP
7 No image.png Ponatshego Kedikilwe
(1938–)
1 August 2012 12 November 2014 BDP
8 Mokgweetsi Masisi.png Mokgweetsi Masisi
(1961–)
12 November 2014 1 April 2018 BDP
9 No image.png Slumber Tsogwane
(1960–)
4 April 2018 Incumbent BDP

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Morton, Fred; Ramsay, Jeff; Mgadla, Part Themba (23 April 2008). "Historical Dictionary of Botswana". Scarecrow Press – via Google Books. 
  2. ^ Lansford, Tom (2 April 2012). "Political Handbook of the World 2012". SAGE – via Google Books.