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Michael Chilufya Sata (King Cobra)

Date of Birth: 1937
Place of Birth: Mpika
Died: 28/10/2014


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Sata sacks Kabimba

President Michael Sata's shock dismissal of Wynter Kabimba as Justice Minister and Secretary General of the governing Patriotic Front leaves the succession still unclear...


No laughing matter

The governing Patriotic Front (PF) was in barely-concealed turmoil during President Michael Sata's week-long absence in Israel for medical treatment (AC Vol 55 No 13, Sata speculation grows)...


Sata speculation grows

President Michael Sata's office announced on 22 June that he had flown to Israel for a 'working holiday', including meetings with President Shimon Peres...


Fury over Vedanta

Up to now, President Michael Sata's government has been able to resist populist calls to live up to its resource-nationalist credentials but the pressure is increasing...


Mutharika, the sequel

Not only did his late brother expel the British High Commissioner, Fergus Cochrane-Dyet, he picked a pointless quarrel with Zambia, whose President Michael Sata he had expelled in humiliating fashion in 2007 (AC Vol 52 No 21, Brothers-in-arms)...


Sata health fears grow

President Michael Sata was flown to Johannesburg on 26 May after a sudden deterioration in his health, Africa Confidential has heard...


Civil society under threat

The Zambia Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) warned President Michael Sata that if the government did not listen to organised labour, it would plunge the country into an industrial crisis...


The politics of health

Age and ill health will restrict President Michael Chilufya Sata’s public appearances this year, fuelling speculation that he will not be fit enough to contest the 2016 general elections...


KCM on the back foot

In opposition, President Michael Sata attacked major mining investors whom he accused of being in bed with the previous Movement for Multiparty Democracy government (AAC Vol 1 No 1, Investment and jobs)...


Mixed messages

President Michael Sata laid the first stone for the expansion and upgrading of Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka on 7 November...


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