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Prof Mwelwa Musambachime dies

General News Prof Mwelwa Musambachime dies

Prof. Mwelwa Musambachime

Former Zambia’s Ambassador and Permanent Representative at the United Nations Professor Mwelwa Musambachime has died.

Professor Musambachime died at Levy Mwanawasa Hospital on Thursday afternoon.

At the time of his death, ?Professor Musambachime was Professor of History at the Department of History, at the University of Zambia.

He served as Zambia’s Ambassador to the UN from September, 2000 to March, 2005.


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  1. May your mighty soul rest in Gods eternal peace and may the love you left us continue to grow amounts us. Amen.

  2. He worked at the University of Namibia as well and was loved by all for his dedication and love for people. God’s comfort on the family and workmates

    • Formed MMD branch in Namibia which was used to harass Dr n mumba to gain political recognition sorry no principles,but MHSRP.

  3. Ba Prof Musambachime well!You were one of the best lecturers at UNZA.Unfortunately I came to know that you were my relative late.Condolences to Mrs. Musambachime, my former work mate at Olympia Basic School then, his children and his grandchildren.

  4. Calm cool and collected. Even though he taught history he still wanted his students’ opinions. His favourite assignment question was asking us to assess whether an historical event was inevitable. Made us look at other issues. He awarded marks for reasoning rather than recounting historical facts. MHSRIEP

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