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Although the PF government is still trying to fulfil its economic promises, senior party figures are already looking forward to the 2016 polls

Zambia’s next elections are not until 2016 but Wynter Kabimba, the Justice Minister and Secretary General of the governing Patriotic Front, is positioning himself to succeed President Michael Chilufya Sata.

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Wynter Kabimba, Michael Chilufya Sata, Guy Scott, Fred M’membe, Mutembo Nchito, Given Lubinda, Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba, Chishimba Kambwili, Levy Mwanawasa, Ng’andu Peter Magande, Rupiah Banda, Nevers Mumba, Hakainde Hichilema, Steven Masumba, Greyford Monde, Gabriel Namulambe, The Post, , Africa Confidential