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Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Weekend in Pictures

Photo Gallery Weekend in Pictures

RELATIVES mourning after Gladys Nyirongo was sent to jail
RELATIVES mourning after Gladys Nyirongo was sent to jail

GLADYS Nyirongo entering the Lusaka central prison
GLADYS Nyirongo entering the Lusaka central prison

STREET vending in Lusaka has reached epic proportions especially at Cha Cha Cha market where one can buy any item ranging from a needle to an aircraft sparepart. Here a vendor sorting out his wares
STREET vending in Lusaka has reached epic proportions especially at Cha Cha Cha market where one can buy any item ranging from a needle to an aircraft sparepart. Here a vendor sorting out his wares

Zambia Army soldiers bound for a peacekeeping mission in Sunda during the pre-departure formalities at Arakan Baracks in Lusaka
Zambia Army soldiers bound for a peacekeeping mission in Sudan during the pre-departure formalities at Arakan Baracks in Lusaka

SUNDAN bound Zambia Army soldiers matching along Chilimbulu road on Saturday
SUNDAN bound Zambia Army soldiers matching along Chilimbulu road on Saturday

Zambia Army
Zambia Army

A LUSAKA woman buying a valentine gift on Valentines Day
A LUSAKA woman buying a valentine gift on Valentines Day

TOWNSHIP roads in Lusaka have remained dilapidated. Here a grader working on a road in Chibolya compound
TOWNSHIP roads in Lusaka have remained dilapidated. Here a grader working on a road in Chibolya compound

THE Zambia Bureau of Standards is making efforts to examine goods from factories and the open market to ensure that goods meet standards. Here ZABS staff examining goods. Picture By ZABS
THE Zambia Bureau of Standards is making efforts to examine goods from factories and the open market to ensure that goods meet standards. Here ZABS staff examining goods. Picture By ZABS

LUAPULA province permanent secretary Jazzman Chikwakwa slashing grass at Twikatane Foundation Centre during a preventive maintenance programme in Mansa
LUAPULA province permanent secretary Jazzman Chikwakwa slashing grass at Twikatane Foundation Centre during a preventive maintenance programme in Mansa

149 COMMENTS

  1. Very sad for Gladys Nyirongo and her family. Hard lesson to all of us.

    Interesting pictures especially about the street vendor selling everything from a needle to a “spare part of a plane”. A bit og an exaggeration I think. But who knows :-\”

  2. Can Jazzman Chikwakwa be reminded that what he is holding is actually his namesake (Chikwakwa), and therefore it not be used for digging!! Does he call that slashing sure!!

    Very sad but neccesary for the Rev. crime is crime and the better Dora Siliya understands that, the better. You see, Families will now suffer! Elo escort when going to prison yena, balapela! tababa lazy. Even camera men are provided free of charge!

  3. Zambian in fimo fimo

    It could be true mudala. Where you see a bath tub on the street? Mind you, some plane spare parts are smaller than that. Bwafya pa Zed. Others will start displaying wives pa street. 😕

  4. As for our troops, let them go and experience some action. The only action they seem to have mastered is picking up a bottle of mosi or castle and putting it to the mouth. 😕
    Good luck boys! Not vogwila gwila ku Darfur uko. Kuli AIDS, ka? And mind where you sit…Ama land mine sana!

  5. A lusaka woman buying a gift…hahahahahaha…LT what do you mean a lusaka woman.??

    Guys, you can buy an aircraft spare part pamusebo, is that normal???

    I love the Pics, shame gladys, am sure she wont finish the sentence! In in there.

  6. Our men in uniform look fantastic. They have done us proud. We thank God for their peace keeping activities and may they all return to us and their families in piece. God bless and keep you guys. Go show Africans to live in peace with one another!

  7. Ba Moze (number 6) your first paragraph was very funny. I lol. Chikwakwa meaning slasher. I guess he hasn’t slashed in a long time, hey. He seems to be doing it the wrong way. Lack of exercises. Probably has backache by now (lol).

    Wish someone would do something about prisons. Like giving each convict their own secure cell. I hear the devil reigns supreme at night, the demons jump and skip. The nights are terror! God help us. Feeling for the likes of Gladys Nyirongo.

  8. Baby C

    We can see. dont worry. Emo bali ba mummy! Cool, but ilemoneka kwati ninkaka briefly. Yantinya buti! 😮
    ifwele bwino, but still more, kuti yakochya namenshi ayakaba!!

  9. Gladys Nyirongo,chanakashi.The relatives are weeping then shes calming them,chalikukuma….Uluse kuli Praise Nyirongo alesamwa umwaiche kuskulu nomba apa nemishishi kwati nipachililo <:-p<:-p<:-p<:-p GOD for us alll

  10. ah ah, kanshi ba Chikwakwa is slashing, i thought hes digging something….hehe, ukufulamisha sure…thats not how its done, can you finish the yard like that?

  11. Jazzman Slasher lol
    Nyirongo going to prison is really a good lesson to current ministers.
    Good example! Sad for the family though. Thats really an emotional picture there

  12. #18 Princess-y

    Iyo tabali bwino umusana ba chikwakwa. Am sure he has even taken one week off (you govt departments). the chap was digging instead of slashing!! :))

  13. Impressive stuff LT.

    On [Reverend?] Gladys Nyirongo too bad but it is necessary so that others might take this example of woman imprisonment serious as the equal rights talk by women take centre stage.

    I am sure she will do well and the experience will be good for her to offer free advice especially to those crying relatives.

  14. Hahaha, Baby C,
    Perhaps zambian airways got some parts from there sometimes….LOL, ishashala kuya mutumba.

    Who buys?, who has a plane but cant affort spare parts?? Aint that a joke.

  15. #30 candy

    My beloved husband took me out on the sychells islands. It was fun. we flew in last night! we left our twins with their grandmother.

  16. # 32, lubuli ulo.

    Maybe she’s getting it for one of the soldiers!!!! hahahaha

    while singing, i need a soldier, men who…….if you know what i mean!!!LOL

  17. Come to think of it, i thought its a man who buys flowers, so why is she buying? you cant buy a dude flowers, unless hes gay…Hahaha

  18. SMH @ the woman, valentines is heathen and very unafrican. Why do people even bother themselves with such not knowing the real meaning .

    Mr Jazzman is just taking a photo op and doesn’t even know how to stand when slashing.

    Chickens have come home to roost for Glady’s nyirongo

  19. I have always said that girls pa Zed, bali cheaper sana. When you ask her why she bought from the street, she will answer ati, “its the thought that counts!”. 😮

    Ena, if she knows that you bought from the street, awe kwena, ninshi elo lwanya!!

  20. Jazzman Chikwakwa has no proper personal protective clothing P.P.E,no overall nor Hand pvc Gloves, how do u handle the slasher without them? no wonder council workers don’t have tools. Govt and council civic fathers (Bosses) know nothing about safety attire. Atase..

  21. That slashing please! and why was he afraid of standing in the grass when slashing like other fellow? how does he slash nabokosi mumulu sure?

  22. Miss daisy

    She went like… soldier, soldier.. i need a soldier… kaili ninshi akashala alefola apa bele ku Un keeping mission

  23. Hey folks, the lady could have been buying flowers for her son. Could have gone like this, here goes. ‘Mom, please buy flowers for me to give my girl, I am running late, won’t be able to make it.’ See, then you guys mwa concluda. If a guy buys sanitary towels for his woman, ninshi he is going to use them himself I suppose?

  24. Baby C,
    Hahaha, yaba, i didnt even think of it, kanshi kushala alefola-: show stopping nomba! haha

    Ba Moze, awe , lubuli ulo, ati abanakashi pa zed pali chipa sana, thats an overstatement of the situ, you want me to put on my boxing gloves ka?

  25. Ngena iwe! uzadya beanzi! :d Those cops seem to shouting at Rev. Nyirenda.

    What a lesson to be learnt from this sad story.Corruption bane does not pay. We want to see more corrupt pipo & plunderers enter those green gates of Chimbakaila prison. :d:d:d

  26. Zambian ladies awe sure kuti wabembuka let me wear this b-)b-)b-)For the Bible does not allow to look at a woman lustfully.:-j:-j:-j:-j

  27. Is there anything in place to make sure that there’s no corruption in Govt right now. If we are not careful we may forever be prosecuting past leaders. Imagine 10 yrs from now having RB, Teta, Mulongoti etc appearing in court for crimes they could be committing today. That’s would be poor management of our country today. Yes let’s deal with past corruption but let us also stop it from happening today.

  28. Valentine Lady

    Is that a 5 pin Im seeing. Hope that’s change, otherwise those flowers are just too cheap to buy for a loved one.

  29. 72. UK-Zed Observer

    You are very much right!! I believe it is the Structures within government that both hinder us to smatter Corruption and at the same time make it easier for those doing it to feel free.
    The Time Factor is very important in this issue!! This also makes those in the practice feel insecure and avoid it from the very start!!

    I know you have a point there.

  30. Zambia Bureau of Standards are still in existence, am surprised they even have a lab with what looks like start of the art equipment. What standards do these guys maintain as Zed has become a dumping ground for anything that benefits our Ministers in kickbacks. Our so called Health Inspectors have “Corrupt Me” engraved on their foreheads hence most of us eating unhealthy foods. You really doing a good job with these photo’s ba LT!!!!!!!!!!!

  31. That hand selling the flowers :-b is too white to be straight Zambian!!
    Bushe mafuta basumina or is it someone with foreign origin. I expected an indigenous black type like that of the lady buying or the guy waiting to negotiate the price when the lady is gone.

    :-b o=>o->o-+ l-)

  32. Gumu Gumu =))

    You are actually right. That kama stance…awe. naine nakana. Unga mvele ati, “oh oh!”.
    Yaba! wanisekesa mudala!

  33. # 76, Dora is not KAWILO she has two siblings who are at University of Namibia so these two might suffer. Are you also telling us that Chisha Folotiya did not plant with Dora Siliya?

  34. Iwe LT

    What is Sunda?? If i wrote that you would be blocking me. Sundan?? Efinshi nomba? Waliyako iwe ku Sunda nagu ku Sundan? Naupena???

  35. Why should it happen to Dora, if she wont be involved in corruption? Gladys was found guilty be a court of law.

  36. Legend of the fimo fimo

    Folotiya did not plant anything. Dora akawilo?? ma men yalya! she can organise ka something. 😮

  37. You remove determined iron ladies such as Silvia Masebo from office and you expect street vending to finish what a joke.

  38. Doras will be received very nicely when her time comes by those chaps with very rugged fimo fimo at Chimbokaila.They are waiting with an ear to the ground

  39. I feel for you Gladys its not easy to be in that place.

    But this is a lesson to us all lets not use our position of authority to our own benefit without following the proper procedures.

    Ubomba mwibala alaya mwibala does not apply when you are a Leader lets learn from other pipos’ mistakes its.

    Thats a warning signal to us all :-\”:-\”:-\”:-\”:-\”:-\”:-\”:-\”

  40. This blog can really bring out issues, so Ba Chisha “ubwafya besa nabakolwa” or he needs “umuti wabufyashi”. I was with Dora a few weeks ago in Livingstone when she was dispatching her siblings on Intercape to Namibia so # 92 you could be right ” Niba Sugar Mummy”! Funny stuff you guys seeing the way Chisha comes out in Lusaka.

  41. It is said that the truth is like a lion. It is bold and determined. It requires no defence. It speaks for itself. Those who want to tell lies should learn this lesson and understand it well. It is very difficult to lie consistently. Lies are unnatural. They don’t flow but stand awkwardly when analysed honestly and sincerely

  42. I feel sad for Gladys, she is just one of the unfortunate ministers, if the system was fair there would be 60% of our past and present Ministers behind bars. She is the sacrificial lamb, to prove that the government is doing something. I agree with one comment that if you dug her case dipper even Maureen Mwanawasa should be implicated in this saga.

    Very sad indeed, I think a year would have been enough to teach her and everybody a lesson, four years is bit too harsh, what do you expect from a woman Judge again her fellow woman.

  43. Pic.1, Uluse to the family,
    Pic.2, a very sad state of affair indeed. Too bad because it is true.
    PIC 3, All these goods are stollen goods, though some do belong to Indian shops,in the streets for a quick sale.
    **Soldiers on their way to Sudan I presume…
    BA Lady Valentine shopper, kwati ni ba Hair Saloon boss pa Mtendere market, mpepi eko Lady chiza.’s legs goes for lunches. Same lady ba journey sana ku ya ku joburg for business..
    Ba Chikwakwa balefwaya sana ukutulanga ati emobaba, ati baume sana…

    :)>-8-};));;)**==

  44. Nyirongo`s pictures are really touching.You people entrusted with public resources,please be faithful,otherwise you will leave your relatives behind heart broken after we have thrown you in Chimbokaila.

  45. So Rev Gladys Nyirongo will be subject to sex mu prison by inmates male or female?, meaning she will be hammered by others, four years is too long :d good lesson for her.
    Ba Zed Army looks well dressed, but outlook appears out dated too.Maybe it is time they went for a friendly war with Sudanese rebels.
    Teta has a plastic smile on Given and was explaining on how the two PF girls where fighting and undressing each other at parliament
    Lady in red, flowers pa street for a lover ehe not bad idea it is cheaper.:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:((:((:((:((:((:((:((

  46. The relatives crying that Rev will be hammered by the prison warders, look at the boys when she is being led through the green metal doors, the boys are smiling and can’t wait.
    Finished Rev, you are greedy and selfish :d
    Well done ba court**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==**==

  47. Ba Rev (victim of rotten society) do not despair this is not in vain. Everything that happens to us has a purpose to GOD. Its time to go and speak the truth to pipo that really need God in there (Souls in despair). Hope you will leave a legacy behind. Remember paul’s journeys’ in the bible and draw strength from it. The hand of GOD will be with you always.

  48. Yeah…leaders watch out what you doing,it it surely come back to you if you thik been there is a chance to enrich yourselves.Otherwise you have always been a big let down,be wise!!
    This ain´t a complement……Be true cos guilty feelings don´t make no sense.Iam out to my temba.

  49. I am impressed that an P.S is actually doing some work. A little goes a long way. My prayers for my beloved Zambia and her people.

  50. #46 which man pa zed would buy you flowers? Very few, most of them are too busy in beer halls or impressing house number two. If it makes me happy and helps me value myself more, why not buy myself flowers, place them in a beautiful vase, buy a bottle of wine and enjoy a bubble bath while reading a mag ? These days you dont wait for someone to make you happy, you make yourself happy. Ba muna bapa zed are full on vamu self.

  51. # 91 you got that spot on!! you’ve really cracked me up!! lol i hope Dora is preparing herself coz its only a matter of time at the rate shes going.

  52. THE CHURCH MUST BE SUBJECTED TO CORRUPTION INVESTIGATION, THE CHURCH LEADERS HAVE BEEN STEALING IN THE NAME OF GOD…. WE NEED TO ESTABLISH INDEPENDENT AUDIT INITIATIVE THAT WILL MAKE SURE THAT THE CHURCH AND N GO’S ARE AUDITED BY INDEPENDENT PARTIES WHICH WILL BE REPORTING TO THE GOVERNMENT AND THE INTERNATIONALE BUREAU OF investigation: Discuss

  53. 72 it is not how cheap or expensive the gift is “it is the attitude of the gift. the intention of it ! learn to appreciate ! and do not look the gift horse into the mouth!:((:((

  54. Gladys Nyirongo is just reaping what she sow :D! Insansa shinya ubulanda! Ukulyabwino kulaletelela! Tepapa! lol:d/

  55. Number (121) You are very right. Even certain married Zambian women keep up appearances. Too many problems – husbands bonk maids and others. The average housewife is dogged with marital ‘unbliss’ sic.

  56. but guys mwanisekesa pipo are wondering why i am laughing so loud. e.g ba Chikwakwa kufulamisa, chikwakwa the slasher. is he slashing all digging. anyway i love zambians and will always love them. You are too observant and analytical

  57. 118. NYIRONGO=MMD, she was part of General Miyanda’s Heritage Party for some time before joining to MMD.

  58. Zed soldiers , be informed that the oil rich region of Abyei where you will be based is still a flush point for the resumption of conflict between north(Arabs) and south Sudan (majority christians).So don`t just come here and idle around .It calls for more proffessiolism, dedication, disciplne and hard work for you to successfully finish your tour of duty with honour and pride.

  59. **==**==

    the major in the middle is not married. he is 44 my childhood friend. no doubt about it. am sure that ka woman was buying street flowers for him.
    Nyirongo was calm because nicrook. thats how they behave when they are caught.

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