The Weekend in Pictures

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Northern Province Minister Charles innaugurates a traditional brew chipumu after he officially opened Mutomolo traditional ceremony for the Mambwe in Mbala
Northern Province Minister Charles innaugurates a traditional brew chipumu after he officially opened Mutomolo traditional ceremony for the Mambwe in Mbala

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Senior chief Nsokolo innaugurates traditional beer chipumu at the Mutomolo traditional ceremony for the Mambwe people in Mbala
Senior chief Nsokolo innaugurates traditional beer chipumu at the Mutomolo traditional ceremony for the Mambwe people in Mbala

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Kela dancing group performing at Mutomolo traditional ceremony in Mbala
Kela dancing group performing at Mutomolo traditional ceremony in Mbala

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Lusaka district police commanding officer Greenwell Nguni examines a hand gun confiscated from criminals at the weekend
Lusaka district police commanding officer Greenwell Nguni examines a hand gun confiscated from criminals at the weekend

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Lusaka district police commanding officer Greenwell Nguni with firearms that were recovered from criminals at the weekend
Lusaka district police commanding officer Greenwell Nguni with firearms that were recovered from criminals at the weekend

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Lusaka district police commanding officer Greenwell Nguni fitting a mask that was recovered from criminals in Lusaka
Lusaka district police commanding officer Greenwell Nguni fitting a mask that was recovered from criminals in Lusaka

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Mysterious .. a dancer putting fire in his mouth during a traditional dance at the Lusaka international airport
Mysterious .. a dancer putting fire in his mouth during a traditional dance at the Lusaka international airport

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A traditional dancer 'eating' fire during a performance at the Lusaka international airport
A traditional dancer 'eating' fire during a performance at the Lusaka international airport

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A traditional dance troupe performing dances at the Lusaka international airport
A traditional dance troupe performing dances at the Lusaka international airport

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Henry Kapoko's lawyer Kelvin Bwalya showing baby kits stocked at Kapoko's home in Lusaka
Henry Kapoko's lawyer Kelvin Bwalya showing baby kits stocked at Kapoko's home in Lusaka

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President Rupiah Banda shakes hands with newly appointed commissioner of the Drug Enforcement Commission, Aaron Zulu, at a swearing in ceremony at State House
President Rupiah Banda shakes hands with newly appointed commissioner of the Drug Enforcement Commission, Aaron Zulu, at a swearing in ceremony at State House

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President Rupiah Banda receives an affidavit from newly appointed Education Minister Dora Siliya at a swearing in ceremony at State House
President Rupiah Banda receives an affidavit from newly appointed Education Minister Dora Siliya at a swearing in ceremony at State House

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United Party for National Development leader Hakainde Hichilema chating with party vice president Richard Kapita during the opposition party General Assembly in Lusaka.
United Party for National Development leader Hakainde Hichilema chating with party vice president Richard Kapita during the opposition party General Assembly in Lusaka.

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Some participants sprinting during the inter-company relay in Lusaka
Some participants sprinting during the inter-company relay in Lusaka

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Choma Eagles' Tindi Mwanza (l) and Green Buffaloes Ken Ngambi (r) fight for the ball during the FAZ-KCM premier league week 15 match played at Woodlands stadium. Buffaloes won 2-0
Choma Eagles' Tindi Mwanza (l) and Green Buffaloes Ken Ngambi (r) fight for the ball during the FAZ-KCM premier league week 15 match played at Woodlands stadium. Buffaloes won 2-0

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Green Buffaloes Sekelani Mwanza races for the ball against Choma Eagles' Moses Sakala during the FAZ-KCM week 15 match played at Woodlands Stadium.
Green Buffaloes Sekelani Mwanza races for the ball against Choma Eagles' Moses Sakala during the FAZ-KCM week 15 match played at Woodlands Stadium.
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74 COMMENTS

  1. Pic 13, president HH (MBA,UK) as UPNDPF-UPND PACT leader, kindly go on MUVITV and radio stations to address the striking nurses. I am asking you this sir, because the MMD GRZ through Ministers Kampembwa Simbao and Ronnie Shikapwasha have seemingly incited nurses to continue with their strike action. Please, president HH use your professional negotiation skills to amicably convince the nursees to go back to work.

    As for the above mentioned Ministers, let President RB Banda take necessary action on them epecially Minister R. Shikapwasha whose statement on bringing in Zimbabwean nurses may not be taken lightly by the Zimbabwe unity government.

    Let PACT do what an alternative government needs to do by telling them what you will offer them in 2011.
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    Mattew 6:33 + KJV Bible

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  2. what does that comanding officer think he is doing..bakulu bonse trying on that stuff..atase

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  3. Pic #10, Are there investigative journalists in Zed? It looks like they have to be fed the news all the time. Anyway Zed journalists are good for nothing beer guzzlers and skirt chasers.Pic #12 Someone please get a pair of spanx for Dora, her booty is sagging big time.

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  4. Freeeeeee Henry Kapoko..there is the evidence in picture #10 of K1.9bn the order he legitimately got from ministry of health. The man is a genuine businessman and innocent. Arrest Maureen, Miti & Chituwo for the K 25 bn. Hmm.pics 4, 5, 6, that man is a real criminal. How did this mafia bribe himself into such an influential position. Anyway ni pa Zed anything is possible

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  5. #2, i was going to say the same thing.The guy seems to ba having fun trying on the mask.Shouldnt those things be kept properly and submitted in court as part of evidence. Kwena pa zed paliba amangalo!!

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  6. YES POMPI! ALA MWANDI! EVIDENCE THE CHAP HIM HIS TRYING ON! AND IT FITS HIM WELL..IN SUCH CASES U FIND THAT HE WAS ACTUALLY THE ONE ROBBING

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  7. Pics #5, #6, #7, even his juniors in the background are busy laughing at him. What a joke. No wonder they named him GREEN WELL, that is not even english.

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  8. Though it’s Traditional, Pic#2, Hygienically is wrong and fast way of infecting each other. Thats why lagers will forever remain popular.

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  9. pics#4,5,6 – Greenwell Nguni looks like a criminal himself. He is contaminating and compromising evidence by trying on a mask worn by the bandits and touching the guns with bare hands.

    pics#1,2 – Minister, drinking on duty.

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  10. LT’s caption in pic 1 seems suspect. Limbi nshaishibafye ichisungu, guys is there anything as inaugurating beer?

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  11. #5 Kechepa, the question still remains as to when the kits where purchased. Also why was he paid the K1.9 billion before supplying the goods and why he charged more for the goods than the other contender.

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  12. Wonderful pictures! Nice to see the beauty of cultural heritage that Northern Zambia has to offer. I wonder what that Chipumu tastes like?

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  13. #1 you are a deluded fellow with your copy and paste quotations as though people cannot read and follow the main story.Keep to your self your prefered leader of the pact.You are the same morons who will not accept if your prefered leader is chosen to lead.You are doomed you tribalist,be civilized.

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  14. The people drinking from those straws are probably drinking and spitting back into the beer. That is very unhygenic and can bring diseases, learn to give each personal their own container

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  15. Pic 14, that guy in fron is running wearing amakapa, kwaliba ukubutuka namakapa. Tababasghitila kit ku job?

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  16. The Zambian Police are a disgrace.. it which civilized country does the district officer actually try on the criminal’s gear? i thought they put them away as part of evidence in the case. We have a long long long way to go in this country. embarrassing.

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  17. pic #6 What’s the significance of fitting a mask that was recovered from criminals?
    #13 Pompi, the term “inaugurate” can be used for anything that is being officially or ceremoniously openned for the public.

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  18. Pics #15 & #16 is a sorry sight when one looks at the empty terraces.Kalu has no one to blame for not attracting fans to watch the local league games since he`s now the head of FAZ.If Anthony Mwamba and Cotton at NMC can turn women boxing into an attractive sport ,surely there`s no reason not to replicate the same in soccer by FAZ.

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  19. those who watch zambian football are family members and friend’s of players. if i may ask what has caused this kanshi pa zed…

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  20. the district commanding officer will soon be a michael jackson,his skin color is grey.

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  21. Monkey nearly drowns Mpombo in swimming pool

    DEFENCE minister George Mpombo last Thursday almost drowned in a swimming pool at the Royal Livingstone Hotel after a monkey that he tried to photograph charged toward him. – Post Newspaper

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  22. Pics #5,6 and 7, what else can you exepect from easterners other than sleeping and trying on masks?????

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  23. Ok, apart from the mask being used for evidence/forensics, it is hygienic sure? Who wants to wear something that was worn by a kabwalala??? Cant even begin to think what that mask stinks like! Sies man!!!

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  24. #21, Nine Chale thanks for the enlightenment. So for pic 12 we can also put a caption to say; ”RB re-inaugurates his Dora for the second time to make it twice”!!
    Those Nyaus look colourful. What were they danciing for at the airport.? Kuti baponya indeke bamambala. One Nyau was once killed by a tourism who ran over him afer thinking it was some kind of a colourful giant African bird which he could get feathers from to go and show off back home!!

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  25. number 29 u should consider a career in comedy..mune u have made my day..i omost pissed in my pants..yaba

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  26. #27 Woman of Substance I saw that headline too. Sure ba Defence Minister can’t even swim. Too much lawlessness in Zed, ba kolwe bati sangwaapo.

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  27. #27, Woman of Substance I saw that headline too. Too much lawlessness in Zed. Ba kolwe bati sangwapo.

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  28. Greenwell Nguni Big Kapokola Lusaka Division looks like ninja in that mask. The guys are still using old tactics like wearing masks to rob and kil innocent pipo. Yab things have changed there are better eays of getting rich using your brain to become adventurers than to using force. Do it the Kapoko way or Rudolf of USA. Ya using force the police will meet with infact maximum force. There are so many opportunities in this country which we dont use. foreigners see alot of potentail with their necked eyes as for us its the opposite. Ngune ensure the city if rid off this undesirable characters.

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  29. #27 Woman of Substance, I saw that headline too. Too much lawlessness in Zed so the monkies just said to each other, sangwapo. And what kind of Defence Minister can’t swim?

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  30. iTS PEOPLE LIKE KAPOKO WHO HAVE CAUSED THE HUNGER SITUATION IN ZAMBIA TO DEPEN…….WE AR STILL IN TROUBLE

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  31. budala mwalufyanya!! you have insluted yourself!! the government and our neighbours!!! actually this works against you !! because if the only people who are willing to work for you are people who have run out of options then there is a problem, when as a country the only people we attract are refugees and not expatriates we should be ashamed and not proud!!! think things through next timr!!

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  32. Nice to see ceremony ya kumwitu kuMbala being featured. As for those who are going on about hygiene – everybody has their own straw. Too much cleanliness can actually be harmful to you that is why so many people in the west now suffer from allergies.

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  33. Yangu tata imwe!! even our footballers look malnourished then compare them to the politicians and their appointees Yangu!!

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  34. Mbala boy you are lying, theres usually only one pembe which everyone shares. Wilatushinga butter twaliyako kumushi naifwe

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  35. How on earth does a Govt official let his stinking bad breath and say he is gonna recruit nurses from a neighbouring country without considering diplomatic relations protocos with that country, most of the MMD ministers IQ’s are questionable, that monkey that made a pee on RB sohould be more intelligent than 90% of MMD members.

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  36. #43 Pompi, #40 Mbala Boy is right. Go back to pic#2. Each person has a ‘straw’. But hey it still doesn’t change the fact that there is backwash in the nsupa!

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  37. HH looks like ana chaya ka dobo pa last amba naku wona vintu. mu picturela he was saying:.ati icho wachiwona

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  38. commading officer was getting ready to start playing chidunune with his boys..mambala greenwello

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  39. Everything in Zambia is a comedy, the minister drinking on duty, the chief of police clowning with evidnce, footballers playing monkey tricks , imwe kanshi what is going on in my land

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  40. Pics #11 and 12

    Too many appointments from Eastern Province in the few months that RB has been President. Its like RB is appointing only Easterners. This is what Nawakwi was complaining about. I hope RB is not tribalist and I hope such appointments are made on merit otherwise the nation will not develop and will only enhance tribalism!

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  41. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh !! I have not been at Lusakatimes for some time. Dora is back again? You never stop to amaze me… I am Out

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  42. #40-the fact is those guys draw from the same stuff and obviously back wash is there.Abene kulaba ati wasanga apasuma then u make sure u dont move the pembe and pass it on to ur next friend

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  43. Hw can a police officer try on out evidence??/ It doesnt make sense? Have they ever heard of DNA? what if the criminals say those items where planted by the cops…if they analysed forensic results the police would be guilty

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  44. #54 Chipumu is a kind of beer brewed from finger millet,the beer is commonly found in the northern province of Zambia.Its usually taken by small groups of of people ,usually freinds, who drink from a calabash using straws.Its a public health concern especially in this error of high prevalence of T.B .

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  45. Ba LT, the Green Buffaloes player in the last picture is Sekelani Mwale. The boy was at one time a Mufulira Blackpool player andv captained the side too.

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  46. Iwe Zedson, careful. There is nothing like health concerns with our chimpumu. We ve drank it from time in memorial elo wise mukulanda ati Tb, Tb. Careful

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  47. The police are good at clamorously announcing these firearms recoveries but never good at tracing their sources, why? Its because the trail will always come round, 360 degrees, back to their door steps. no wonder they are always shooting to kill.

    thats just another view of this, what are your views on this killing spree by the police?

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  48. I know i will annoy most people here but i wanna say it.Men’s soccer really sucks,not until one travels around the world and gets to see other sports.American football rocks, basketball,baseball are among the best, Tennis is cool,soccer is cool only if women are playing!
    there is one thing i like about Americans, they love winning and they dont win, they dont pay attention.Zambians like soccer which is fine with me but to the neglect of the many other sports.
    I clearly understand why soccer is loved in Brazil,Spain,Germany,Italy and France because these countries have won the world cup before.Zambians wake up and look to other sports cuz we suck in soccer anyways!

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  49. Wow! #29 thats blatanlty tribalist! And # 32 thinks you’re funny??? Well, he’ll be peeing more then more than wee when “Rwanda” visits Zambia and I hope it will be at the expense of your jokes #29. And just remmeba where you read this first! As far as I can read the comments there’s Bemba splashed all over the pages everywhere, its not Lozi or Soli so whats your problem?

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  50. ngati ndine bwana navala echo kumutu muganigoneke kuselo,vula sapato chosa beutu.

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