According to an article on LusakaTimes dated 8 August 2014, the Bank of Zambia will honor all heads of state—President Sata, Dr Kenneth Kaunda, late Dr Frederick Chiluba, late Dr Levy Mwanawasa, and Mr Rupiah Banda—by incorporating their portraits on a commemorative banknote to be issued in October this year,
2 kwacha, 2013. Like B152a, but new date. 5 kwacha, 2013. Like B153a, but new date. 10 kwacha, 2013. Like B154a, but new date. 100 kwacha, 2013. Like B157a, but new date. Courtesy of Garry Craig.
,,,,,,,,,,,, B152 (PNL): 2 kwacha (US$0.40)Gray. Front: Coat of arms; dove; trees; fish eagle perched on branch. Back: Roan antelope; two woman with baskets and produce; Freedom Statue in Lusaka. Windowed security thread with demetalized BOZ 2. Watermark: Fish eagle and electrotype 2 plus fish eagle. Printer: Giesecke & Devrient.
According to the Bank of Zambia’s Currency Rebasing Technical Guidelines dated August 2012, the new currency (ISO code ZMW) will be introduced 1 January 2013, and old notes will cease to be legal tender as of 30 June 2013, but may be exchanged at the Bank of Zambia until 31