Rais Sata wa Zambia ateua Baraza la Mawaziri.

rosemarie

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kwa mara ya kwanza Africa tangu tupate uhuru mzungu ameteuliwa kuwa makam wa rais
hiyo ni dalili tosha kuwa Rais Sata yuko serious kuibadilisha zambia na mifumo yote mibovu
vile vile ameteua wanachama wa vyama vingine kuunda serikali jambo ambalo hapa kwetu ni ndoto ya mchana
kitendo cha mzungu kuwa makamu wa rais kinaonyesha jinsi wenzetu walivyokomaa na walivyo na elimu kubwa ukilinganisha
na sisi watanzania tunavyohangaika na makamu wa marais wetu wanaopenda sana vibaghashia vya bakwata kushika hiyo nafasi

Zambia has white vice president, as Sata creates another ministry | Zambian Watchdog
 

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Dr Guy Scott (born 1 June 1944) is a Zambian politician. He is currently the Vice President of Zambia.
[h=2][edit]Personal Details[/h]Scott was born in 1944 in Livingstone. He completed his education in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and the United Kingdom at Cambridge University and University of Sussex where he obtained a degree in economics and a PhD in cognitive science[SUP][1][/SUP]. He is married and currently resides in Lusaka.
[h=2][edit]Professional Achievements[/h]After graduating from Cambridge University in 1965, Scott joined the government of the Republic of Zambia where he served in the Ministry of Finance as a planner. He was also the deputy editor of the Business and Economy of East and Central Africa during this period.
In 1970, Scott left the government to become an entrepreneur and set up Walkover Estates, an agribusiness venture, which ventured into high value crops such as irrigated wheat, strawberries, and a wide range off season vegetables. In 1978, he co-founded the Mpongwe Development Company alongside with the Commonwealth Development Corporation. He then went on to engage in lecturing and research in robotics at Oxford University during the 1980's.
[h=2][edit]Political Career[/h]In 1990, Scott joined active politics and joined the Movement for Multi-Party Democracy (MMD) where he was elected to serve as Chair of the agriculture committee at the first convention. His participation in Zambian politics was inspired by his late father who was an ally of Zambian nationalists and a founder of anti-colonial government newspapers including the African Mail, now the Zambia Daily Mail. During the 1950's, his father was a member of the federal parliament for Lusaka, standing on an independent ticket.
Scott was nominated as an MMD candidate for Mpika in the National Assembly during the 1991 general election. He was elected and subsequently appointed as Minister of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries. He presided over a number of policy reforms and was responsible for managing the very dangerous food situation that developed after the "drought of the century" in January and February of 1992. There was no reserve maize in Zambia and none in southern Africa, so emergency arrangements had to be made to import it from overseas and move it into Zambia on dilapidated rail and road networks. He also oversaw the drought recovery "bumper harvest" of 1992/93.
In 1996, Scott resigned from the MMD to form the Lima Party together with Ben Kapita, the then-president of the ZNFU. He piloted the merger between the Lima Party and other parties including Dean Mungomba's ZADECO to form ZAP. However, he later left ZAP and concentrated on his agricultural consultancy company. In 2001, he joined the Patriotic Front and returned to politics. He returned to the National Assembly when he was elected as the member for Lusaka Central in the 2006 general election.


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Dr Guy Scott (born 1 June 1944) is a Zambian politician. He is currently the Vice President of Zambia.

[edit]Personal Details

Scott was born in 1944 in Livingstone. He completed his education in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and the United Kingdom at Cambridge University and University of Sussex where he obtained a degree in economics and a PhD in cognitive science[SUP][1][/SUP]. He is married and currently resides in Lusaka.
[edit]Professional Achievements

After graduating from Cambridge University in 1965, Scott joined the government of the Republic of Zambia where he served in the Ministry of Finance as a planner. He was also the deputy editor of the Business and Economy of East and Central Africa during this period.
In 1970, Scott left the government to become an entrepreneur and set up Walkover Estates, an agribusiness venture, which ventured into high value crops such as irrigated wheat, strawberries, and a wide range off season vegetables. In 1978, he co-founded the Mpongwe Development Company alongside with the Commonwealth Development Corporation. He then went on to engage in lecturing and research in robotics at Oxford University during the 1980's.
[edit]Political Career

In 1990, Scott joined active politics and joined the Movement for Multi-Party Democracy (MMD) where he was elected to serve as Chair of the agriculture committee at the first convention. His participation in Zambian politics was inspired by his late father who was an ally of Zambian nationalists and a founder of anti-colonial government newspapers including the African Mail, now the Zambia Daily Mail. During the 1950's, his father was a member of the federal parliament for Lusaka, standing on an independent ticket.
Scott was nominated as an MMD candidate for Mpika in the National Assembly during the 1991 general election. He was elected and subsequently appointed as Minister of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries. He presided over a number of policy reforms and was responsible for managing the very dangerous food situation that developed after the "drought of the century" in January and February of 1992. There was no reserve maize in Zambia and none in southern Africa, so emergency arrangements had to be made to import it from overseas and move it into Zambia on dilapidated rail and road networks. He also oversaw the drought recovery "bumper harvest" of 1992/93.
In 1996, Scott resigned from the MMD to form the Lima Party together with Ben Kapita, the then-president of the ZNFU. He piloted the merger between the Lima Party and other parties including Dean Mungomba's ZADECO to form ZAP. However, he later left ZAP and concentrated on his agricultural consultancy company. In 2001, he joined the Patriotic Front and returned to politics. He returned to the National Assembly when he was elected as the member for Lusaka Central in the 2006 general election.


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Dr Guy Scott (born 1 June 1944) is a Zambian politician. He is currently the Vice President of Zambia.


[edit]Personal Details

Scott was born in 1944 in Livingstone. He completed his education in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and the United Kingdom at Cambridge University and University of Sussex where he obtained a degree in economics and a PhD in cognitive science[SUP][1][/SUP]. He is married and currently resides in Lusaka.
[edit]Professional Achievements

After graduating from Cambridge University in 1965, Scott joined the government of the Republic of Zambia where he served in the Ministry of Finance as a planner. He was also the deputy editor of the Business and Economy of East and Central Africa during this period.
In 1970, Scott left the government to become an entrepreneur and set up Walkover Estates, an agribusiness venture, which ventured into high value crops such as irrigated wheat, strawberries, and a wide range off season vegetables. In 1978, he co-founded the Mpongwe Development Company alongside with the Commonwealth Development Corporation. He then went on to engage in lecturing and research in robotics at Oxford University during the 1980's.
[edit]Political Career

In 1990, Scott joined active politics and joined the Movement for Multi-Party Democracy (MMD) where he was elected to serve as Chair of the agriculture committee at the first convention. His participation in Zambian politics was inspired by his late father who was an ally of Zambian nationalists and a founder of anti-colonial government newspapers including the African Mail, now the Zambia Daily Mail. During the 1950's, his father was a member of the federal parliament for Lusaka, standing on an independent ticket.
Scott was nominated as an MMD candidate for Mpika in the National Assembly during the 1991 general election. He was elected and subsequently appointed as Minister of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries. He presided over a number of policy reforms and was responsible for managing the very dangerous food situation that developed after the “drought of the century” in January and February of 1992. There was no reserve maize in Zambia and none in southern Africa, so emergency arrangements had to be made to import it from overseas and move it into Zambia on dilapidated rail and road networks. He also oversaw the drought recovery “bumper harvest” of 1992/93.
In 1996, Scott resigned from the MMD to form the Lima Party together with Ben Kapita, the then-president of the ZNFU. He piloted the merger between the Lima Party and other parties including Dean Mungomba's ZADECO to form ZAP. However, he later left ZAP and concentrated on his agricultural consultancy company. In 2001, he joined the Patriotic Front and returned to politics. He returned to the National Assembly when he was elected as the member for Lusaka Central in the 2006 general election.


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Huyu ni "mzungu" au mzambia?

Amechaguliwa kwa "uzungu" wake au uzambia wake?

Kuna watu walisema na wanasema Salim Ahmed Salim ni mwarabu!!??? Kwa hiyo ,TZ pia tulishapata kuwa na waziri mkuu, mwarabu.
 

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Huyu ni "mzungu" au mzambia?

Amechaguliwa kwa "uzungu" wake au uzambia wake?

Kuna watu walisema na wanasema Salim Ahmed Salim ni mwarabu!!??? Kwa hiyo ,TZ pia tulishapata kuwa na waziri mkuu, mwarabu.

Huyu ni mzambia na wala sio mzungu, amezaliwa zambia, kakulia zambia, kasoma zambia kaanzia kazi zambia. Rangi yake nyeupe isimfanye aonekane ni mzungu huyu ni mzambia halisi kama inavyoonekana kwenye historia yake.
 

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Huyu ni mzambia na wala sio mzungu, amezaliwa zambia, kakulia zambia, kasoma zambia kaanzia kazi zambia. Rangi yake nyeupe isimfanye aonekane ni mzungu huyu ni mzambia halisi kama inavyoonekana kwenye historia yake.

waambie maana hapa nilipo kuna mtu kasema ''oneni sasa kawakumbuka wazungu kisa aliwahi kuwa mfagizi stesheni ya treni huko uingereza''
 

BabuK

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Big Up for President Sata and VP Dr. Guy. Serious leaders think out of box and beyond. Hata Tz tulikuwa na kina Amir Jamal, Derick Bryceson. Huyu kaanzia harakati za kuleta democrasy kwenye nyumba kumi zao na ni Mzambia anastahili.
 

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Huyu ni Mzambia wala sio Mzungu, tena sio Mzambia mwenye asili ya Uzungu bali ni Mzambia kwa kuzaliwa.
 

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wabongo tumekuwa wabaguzi sana,kila kitu ni mpaka tuseme,kuna jamaa wa amechguliwa kuwa mkurugenzi utalii kama sikusei tumemsema kutokana na rangi yake
yaani watu kama kina mwisho mwampamba wenye rangi nyeupe wasije shika madaraka nchi hii,tunasema sana pasipo kuangalia uhalisia

SAFIIIII sana ZAMBIA acha kuiga wabongo mungu azidi kutupa upumbavu huu wa kubaguana kwa Rangi
 

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kwa mara ya kwanza Africa tangu tupate uhuru mzungu ameteuliwa kuwa makam wa rais
hiyo ni dalili tosha kuwa Rais Sata yuko serious kuibadilisha zambia na mifumo yote mibovu
vile vile ameteua wanachama wa vyama vingine kuunda serikali jambo ambalo hapa kwetu ni ndoto ya mchana
kitendo cha mzungu kuwa makamu wa rais kinaonyesha jinsi wenzetu walivyokomaa na walivyo na elimu kubwa ukilinganisha
na sisi watanzania tunavyohangaika na makamu wa marais wetu wanaopenda sana vibaghashia vya bakwata kushika hiyo nafasi

Zambia has white vice president, as Sata creates another ministry | Zambian Watchdog
Kama kweli kitendo cha mzungu kupewa umakamu wa raisi katika nchi ya kiafrika ni tatizo basi ungemlaumu Sata kwa kuwa na akili ya kikoloni.Lakini badala yake kutokana na mgando wa chuki za kidini katika akili yako unalaumu kuchaguliwa dkt Shein na Mohammed Gharib Bilal kuwa makamo wa raisi Tanzania.Umesahau kuwa wakatoliki kama Sata waliwahi kushika nafasi hii na haikuwa lolote la maana mbali na njaa kali.
 

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Kwani ni sifa zipi zinamfanya mtu aitwe Mzungu au Mwafrika (mtu mweusi)?. Je mtu mwenye ngozi nyeusi aliyezaliwa Ulaya unaweza kumuita Mzungu?. Tafsiri ya neno mzungu ndiyo inaweza kusaidia kujua kama huyo mtu ni Mzungu au siyo.
 

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Kama kweli kitendo cha mzungu kupewa umakamu wa raisi katika nchi ya kiafrika ni tatizo basi ungemlaumu Sata kwa kuwa na akili ya kikoloni.Lakini badala yake kutokana na mgando wa chuki za kidini katika akili yako unalaumu kuchaguliwa dkt Shein na Mohammed Gharib Bilal kuwa makamo wa raisi Tanzania.Umesahau kuwa wakatoliki kama Sata waliwahi kushika nafasi hii na haikuwa lolote la maana mbali na njaa kali.

na hata ukifuatilia maoni ya wazambia katika mitandao wanampongeza kwa kitendo cha kumchagua DrGuy L Scott MP,kwani anaonekana ni mpiganaji na ni mchapakazi tofauti na wabongo tufikiliavyo,tunafikilia ktk upande wa ubaguzi tu

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angalia maoni ya wazambia

1.still behind with petty issues rather than talk issues..let the guyz work….period…viva ba Sata…congrats Scott… its a workable team..no doubt
2.
  • That is a cabinet! watch this space, there are suprises in it as well. I thought kambwili would deal the labour issues especially …..who give Zambians slaverly working conditions. Keith mukata, good choice the guy is good, then we have GBM. hell. This one is a wrong choice. with his record of wife battery i fear that we women shall have no defence. He should have been left out of cabinet. Ba winter Kabimba can remain as chief organiser of the party, which is a full time job.
    Now we can start counting down to 90 Days!!!!!!


    carol lingashe - September 29, 2011
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Huyu ni "mzungu" au mzambia?

Amechaguliwa kwa "uzungu" wake au uzambia wake?

Kuna watu walisema na wanasema Salim Ahmed Salim ni mwarabu!!??? Kwa hiyo ,TZ pia tulishapata kuwa na waziri mkuu, mwarabu.
thanks mkuu... Ni bora huyo kulikovasco
 

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kwa mara ya kwanza Africa tangu tupate uhuru mzungu ameteuliwa kuwa makam wa rais
hiyo ni dalili tosha kuwa Rais Sata yuko serious kuibadilisha zambia na mifumo yote mibovu
vile vile ameteua wanachama wa vyama vingine kuunda serikali jambo ambalo hapa kwetu ni ndoto ya mchana
kitendo cha mzungu kuwa makamu wa rais kinaonyesha jinsi wenzetu walivyokomaa na walivyo na elimu kubwa ukilinganisha
na sisi watanzania tunavyohangaika na makamu wa marais wetu wanaopenda sana vibaghashia vya bakwata kushika hiyo nafasi

Zambia has white vice president, as Sata creates another ministry | Zambian Watchdog

Hapo kwenye red: Una uhak ikka gani kuwa zambia na mifumo yake mibovu itabadilika?? Au kwa vile tu makamu wa rais ni mzungu?? Let us wait and see before judging. Siyo kila mzungu ni kiongozi mmzuri. But all the same, I congratulate Sata, especially for including those from opposition parties
 

naumbu

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Je mtu mweusi anaweza kuwa makamu wa rais au rais usa au wazir mkuu uk,kwa vile tu amezaliwa huko?don't tell me about obama(half cast)mi naungana na bob mugabe kwamba africa ni bara la mtu mweusi hao jamaa wana kwao.kwetu ni kwao kwa nini?(kandoro saadan)
 

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