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Dr Guy Scott

Date of Birth: 01/01/1944
Place of Birth: Livingstone


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A heartbeat away from Lungu

The situation resembles that of Sata, who died in office and was succeeded, despite determined efforts to stop it by Lungu and others, by Guy Scott, the Vice President, who cannot now constitutionally be removed against his or her will except by parliament, and for cause...


Lungu's victory under fire

When Sata died in October 2014, Lungu refused to hand over power to the then Vice-President, Guy Scott, as the constitution required (AC Vol 55 No 22, Fights before the funeral)...


Racing to the finish

'There will be some votes based on the Sonta principle but it's not enough to overcome the people's hunger to vote PF out,' said the former Acting President, Guy Scott...


Kaizar the kingpin

Scott denialAfter Sata's death in 2014, Zulu re-entered high PF circles as he emerged as a crucial source of funds for Lungu's campaign to take over the party leadership after the then Acting President, Guy Scott, who had been Sata's Vice-President, denied Lungu access to public funds...


A close political race gets angrier

Several important figures in the Patriotic Front have defected to the opposition UPND, among them Guy Scott, the former Vice President who took over the top job briefly after the death of his friend and ally, President Michael Sata...

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Lungu schemes to survive

Sampa is also close to former Vice-President Guy Scott and to Sata's widow, Christine Kaseba-Sata...


PF scrambles for support

Former Vice-President Guy Scott, who was part of the PF's more radical strand, which is sometimes called 'the cartel' and included President Michael Sata and former PF Secretary General Wynter Kabimba, said that Sampa felt 'humiliated' that top cabinet positions had been given to close associates of Banda...


The party rebrands for the polls

Kabimba was part of what his enemies called the 'cartel', a group of left of centre figures, most in the PF, grouped around Sata, including former Acting President Guy Scott, Fred M'membe of The Post and the suspended Director of Public Prosecutions, Mutembo Nchito (AC Vol 56 No 12, Prosecuting the prosecutor)...


Lungu returns the favours

It would be seen as the final victory of Lungu and his supporters against the so-called Cartel, which included M’membe, Wynter Kabimba – who has now formed his own Rainbow Party – Guy Scott, Mutembo Nchito’s brother, Nchima Nchito, and Sata’s former Spokesman, George Chellah...


Mining companies get their way

This marks the fulfilment of the unspoken promise by Lungu to his private sector backers that his presidency would be 'pro-business' in spite of the radical reputation of the governing Patriotic Front (PF) and the pro-tax policies of his predecessors, the late President Michael Sata and acting President Guy Scott...


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