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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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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)...


Vedanta cools row

India’s Vedanta Resources has moved to placate President Michael Sata after claims that the head of its Zambian subsidiary, Kishore Kumar, had insulted the Lusaka government...


Fights over Kabimba wrack the PF

A long-awaited meeting of the Patriotic Front’s Central Committee on 18 October was expected to see President Michael Sata end the succession wrangles once and for all...


Banda's fortunes turn

Since her time as Foreign Affairs Minister to the late President Bingu wa Mutharika, Banda has been close to Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe and she has equally strong ties with Zambia’s President Michael Sata...


Sakunda fuels rumours

Again, when President Mugabe arranged a maize import deal with his Zambian counterpart, Michael Sata, he sidestepped the government’s grain procurement agency, the Grain Marketing Board and brought Sakunda Trading into the deal...


Kabimba loses his footing

A campaign to endorse President Michael Sata as the Patriotic Front’s candidate in the 2016 general elections has turned into a major battle between two of the PF’s most important figures, Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba and Wynter Kabimba...


KK cuts a dash

Zambian President Michael Sata’s choice of delegates was slightly mischievous: his white deputy, Guy Scott, and ex-President Kenneth Kaunda, who had backed Mugabe’s rival Joshua Nkomo during the liberation war...


Paying – and fighting – for unity

Zambian President Michael Sata said flatly that his government would impose no levies, not just because they could put off tourists but also because he believed Africa had far more pressing demands on its money, such as reducing poverty and improving girls’ education...


How to win friends

President Michael Sata’s officials regularly make outlandish remarks but foreign governments and investors seem to have maintained confidence in the economy...


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