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Zambia

Dr Guy Scott

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


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Narrow win stretches nerves

One of Lungu's first acts was to sack Attorney General Musa Mwenye: he is regarded as one of Banda's persecutors but he was also instrumental in stopping Lungu's unconstitutional attempt to step into the late President Michael Sata's shoes before Vice-President Guy Scott could take over (AC Vol 55 No 23, Foreign boost for opposition & Queen-maker Scott)...


PF set for victory

Lungu had already benefited from the decision of his factional enemies within the PF, led by Acting President Guy Scott, to set aside their differences after bitter fighting over the presidential nomination and present a united front to the electorate (AC Vol 55 No 24, The PF picks two candidates)...


The PF picks two candidates

The faction once led by Sata, which includes Acting President Guy Scott and The Post publisher Fred M'membe, has chosen Miles Sampa as its standard-bearer (AC Vol 53 No 23, Queen-maker Scott)...


Queen-maker Scott

Political pundits in Lusaka see her move as part of Acting President Guy Scott's attempt to keep alive the PF's radical hue and Sata's legacy...


Foreign boost for opposition

Lungu was unwilling to give up power until Attorney General Musa Mwenye threatened him, and the ministers backing him, with arrest and a treason charge unless he ceded to Vice-President Guy Scott in accordance with the constitution (AC Vol 55 No 20, Power struggle)...


Fights before the funeral

Acting President Guy Scott is finding out just how difficult the management of the governing Patriotic Front can be...


Party rivalries grow as Sata ails

Back then, Vice-President Guy Scott said that Sata was 'normal', which many saw as ambiguous...

The formalities of succession If President Sata were to die in office, Vice-President Guy Scott could find himself the first white leader of an independent African nation since South African President FW de Klerk resigned in 1994...


Power struggle

The most influential minister, Chikwanda, anchors the Bemba hegemony while Vice-President, Guy Scott, an ardent supporter of Kabimba, has backed off, taking on most of Sata's functions as PF President and trying to pacify the warring factions behind the scenes...


Sata sacks Kabimba

The largely Bemba faction in the party is also opposed to the radical and sometimes statist policies of President Sata, Vice-President Guy Scott and Kabimba, and centres on Defence Minister Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba and Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda (AC Vol 54 No 22, Fights over Kabimba wrack the PF)...


No laughing matter

Yet at the cabinet meeting on 14 July, Sata set off more political turbulence by making an injudicious joke about Vice-President Guy Scott...


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