List of Vice Presidents of Zambia

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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[edit]

Parties

      United National Independence Party (UNIP)
      Movement for Multi-Party Democracy (MMD)
      Patriotic Front (PF)

# Picture Name
(Born–Died)
Took office Left office Political Party
1 No image.png Reuben Kamanga
(1929–1996)
1964 1967 UNIP
2 No image.png Simon Kapwepwe
(1922–1980)
1967 1970 UNIP
3 No image.png Mainza Chona
(1930–2001)
1970 1973 UNIP
Post abolished (1973–1991)
4 Levy Mwanawasa.jpg Levy Mwanawasa
(1948–2008)
1991 1994 MMD
5 No image.png Godfrey Miyanda
(b. 1944)
1994 1997 MMD
6 No image.png Christon Tembo
(1944–2009)
1997 2001 MMD
7 No image.png Enoch Kavindele 2001 2003 MMD
8 Nevers Mumba 2015.jpg Nevers Mumba
(b. 1960)
2003 2004 MMD
9 No image.png Lupando Mwape 2004 2006 MMD
10 Rupiah Banda.jpg Rupiah Banda
(b. 1937)
9 October 2006 2 November 2008 MMD
11 No image.png George Kunda
(1956–2012)
2 November 2008 23 September 2011 MMD
12 Guy Scott.png Guy Scott
(b. 1944)
23 September 2011 28 October 2014 PF
13 Inonge Wina.jpg Inonge Wina
(b. 1941)
26 January 2015 Incumbent PF

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