Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Zambia)

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is a ministry in Zambia. It is headed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, who is responsible for conducting foreign relations.

List of ministers

The following is a list of Foreign Ministers of Zambia since the country gained independence in 1964: [1]

No.Name
(Birth–Death)
PortraitTenure
1 Simon Kapwepwe
(1922–1980)
No image.png 1964–1967
2 Reuben Kamanga
(1929–1996)
No image.png 1967–1968
3 Elijah Mudenda
(1927–2008)
1968–1969
4 Kenneth Kaunda
(1924–2021)
Kenneth Kaunda 1983-03-30.jpg 1969–1970
Moto Nkama
(1937–1978)
Minister of State
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(3) Elijah Mudenda
(1927–2008)
1970–1973
5 Vernon Mwaanga
(b. 1944)
No image.png 1973–1975
6 Rupiah Banda
(b. 1937)
Rupiah Banda.jpg 1975–1976
7 Siteke Mwale
(1929–2010)
No image.png 1976–1978
8 Wilson M. Chakulya No image.png 1979–1980
9 Lameck Goma
(1930–2005)
No image.png 1980–1986
10 Luke Mwananshiku
(1938–2003)
No image.png 1986–1990
11 Benjamin Mibenge
(b. 1942)
No image.png 1990–1991
(5) Vernon Mwaanga
(b. 1944)
No image.png 1991–1994
12 Remmy Mushota
(1953–2000)
No image.png 1994–1995
13 Christon Tembo
(1944–2009)
No image.png 1995–1996
14 Lawrence Shimba
(?–1999)
No image.png 1996–1997
15 Keli Walubita
(b. 1943)
No image.png 1997–2002
16 Katele Kalumba
(b. 1952)
No image.png 2002
17 Kalombo Mwansa
(b. 1955)
No image.png 2002–2005
18 Ronnie Shikapwasha
(b. 1947)
No image.png 2005–2006
19 Mundia Sikatana
(1938–2012)
No image.png 2006–2007
20 Kabinga Pande
(b. 1952)
No image.png 2007–2011
21 Chishimba Kambwili
(b. 1969)
No image.png 2011–2012
22 Given Lubinda
(b. 1963)
No image.png 2012–2013
23 Effron Lungu
(b. 1952)
No image.png 2013
24 Wilbur Simuusa No image.png 2013–2014
25 Harry Kalaba
(b. 1976)
Valisminister Sven Mikser ja Sambia valisminister Harry Kalaba (31719036133).jpg 2014–2016
(25)2016–2018
26 Joseph Malanji
(b. 1965)
Joseph Malanji 2018 (cropped).jpg 2018–2021
27 Stanley Kakubo
(b. 1980)
No image.png 2021–present

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References

  1. "Foreign ministers S–Z". rulers.org. B. Schemmel. Retrieved 8 October 2014.