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The Mayor of Lusaka, Robert Chikwelete with Rotary International President, Ray Klinginsmith

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The Mayor of Lusaka, Robert Chikwelete, confers the status of Freeman of the City of Lusaka on Rotary International President, Ray Klinginsmith

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A traffic officer on motorbike checks out the flow of traffic along the airport road in Lusaka

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Tanzanian preacher ,Zachary Kakobe, arrives in Lusaka for a series of healing and preaching sessions

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Education Minister Dora Siliya greets teachers before the start of a workshop on matters relating to the education sector in Zambia.

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First Lady Thandiwe Banda with the widow of Mpulungu Member of Parliament Beatrice Chibombamilimo at the funeral house in Lusaka

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Foreign Affairs Minister Kabinga Pande meets Canadian investors at his office

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President Banda boards the Presidential Challenger plane before leaving for Botswana from Lusaka international airport.

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President Banda greets government officials before leaving for Botswana at Lusaka international airport.

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President Banda greets MMD officials before leaving for Botswana at Lusaka international airport.

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President Banda talks to journalists before leaving for Botswana at Lusaka international airport.

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Presidential pilots of the Presidential plane wait for President Banda to board the aircraft before taking off for Botswana.

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Some graduands at the University of Zambia great east road campus hoist their head dresses after graduating in various programs

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Some of the Zambia national soccer team players at Lusaka international airport before leaving for Uganda where the team drew 1-1 in an international friendly match.

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Zambia national soccer team play-maker Rainford Kalaba who is club-less during an interview at Lusaka international airport.

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Zambia national soccer team coach Dario Bonetti at Lusaka international airport before leaving for Uganda where his team drew 1-1 in an international friendly match

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Zambia national soccer team assistant coach ,Lucky Msiska, makes calls to gather his players at Lusaka international airport before leaving for Uganda where the team drew 1-1 in an international friendly match

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Zambia national soccer team coach Dario Bonetti (right) with his assistants at Lusaka international airport before leaving for Uganda where his team drew 1-1 in an international friendly match

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Zambia sugar Corporate affairs Manager Lovemore Sievu takes shareholders on a conducted tour of the sugar plant in Mazabuka

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Some Zambia sugar shareholders plucking sugar cane during the conducted tour of the Zambia sugar factory

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Zambia sugar Corporate affairs Manager Lovemore Sievu takes shareholders on a conducted tour of the sugar plant in Mazabuka.

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United States of America army generals interact with children at the Kamwala hospice in Lusaka

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United States of America army generals interact with children at the Kamwala hospice in Lusaka.
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29 COMMENTS

  1. Thandi mourning the late Lameck!how ironic.Her husband must be feeling the heat over Lameck s death.

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  2. Rainford Kalaba Please Reform! First Lady Really mourning. Did RB mourn Chibombamilimo?Wasn”t He a Deputy Minister before He was fired? No National Mourning. What criteria do they use to accord a national mourning?MHSRIP.

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  3. pic #1 Mayor my foot, what kind of walk , devoid of dignity, is that? With a smile like a kid in a toy store, embarrasing. I guess that is what happens when you debase the office of a mayor and start putting in PF Kaponya Cadres from Kulima Tower.

    Pic #12 Oh , so Ala Bee is flown by our Zambian Pilots, last time I checked LPM was being flown by white Boer Pilots. We are proud of you Zambians. At least the only positive out of Ala Bee trips is that we shall have Zambian Pilots with vast experience of high mileage flying a private jets. Hope you open a school and train more Zambians when you retire. Good job

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  4. Pic No 5. I like Dora. She is hardworking. I think she is just in a wrong party. We shall adopt her in the next elections! I don’t think she likes being in MMD too.
    Lets ask potential presidents about their hobbies- some enjoy flying!

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  5. #4 Freedom fimofimo, I would be more excited to be in his shoes – this is no mean achievement being the Mayor of Lusaka :)!!!!! And I am serious.

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  6. >Good Morning Zambia!

    I’m quite impressed with this piece of informative photographic news. Keep it up, LT.

    Pic #4 Pastor Bling Bling (LoL!) don’t want to be trivial by commenting on other peoples’ dressing style but doesn’t our African climate call for loose and simple cotton fabric rather than leather and denim? If I’m wrong, then why do most muzungus wear chitenge when in Africa?

    Good to see that Zambia Sugar is still around. National pride.

    So that’s our new coach? They say you can’t judge a book by looking at the cover, so let’s see what he can do first before we criticise him.

    Rainford looked much better in his sprouting locks. I wonder why he opted for the perm? Anyhow, hope to see more of his talent displayed at the last CFAN. Go Zambia, go!

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  7. Picture 6
    The first lady looks touched…i wonder if she was aware what Chi William Banda was planning come burial day…

    Pictures 8 to bla bla
    The Presido is always travelling neh?!!!

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  8. pic#1 – What a spectacle
    Pic#12 – What a miserable bunch of souls. Clearly they are sick of piloting this joke of a President.

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  9. How come pastors have a terrible sense of dressing, How can this tanzanian pastor wear a suit made out of aluminium foil. The suit is tobaling my eyes maan !! Pastor get yourself a tom ford suit or even a Moss bross suit

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  10. How much allowances as that man in Photo 8 made from these trips? He has accumulated more flying hours than the pilots themselves and even more than KK the time he ruled for 27 years! He should appear in the Guinea Pig book of World Records!

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  11. Honestly someone should remind Rupiah Banda that he is the Head of State and President of Zambia. It is therefore very childish and s.t.u.p.id of him to be flashing his Party’s symbol on boarding or disembarking from the official plane. If he feels and wants to be president of the MMD only and not Zambia and all Zambians I’ll advise him to butt out of State House. Cilibe ma Presidential manners ci nkote ici! Ni cisilu!

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  12. Pic # 1. Looks like the mayor can’t walk and chew gum at same time.
    Pic # 4. Preacher in a neon suit?

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  13. Pic ##4 it was a nigirian pastor last week. tanzania this week. why are we importing these chaps. is our church market so vast? are we exporting pastors too?

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  14. The Lusaka mayor looks like CHIKAPONYA. And this President of yours likes flying too much, maybe if you guys remember the Kalumbi Banda? ” I WANT TO BE A PILOT” i think it was him and he didn’t make it so when he became a Presidial, he took advantage. Shame KALUMBI.R. BANDA. And those UNZA students they all look like Ba Machuwa.

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  15. #2,3 Get real. Who said that after being dropped from a apolitical appointment after you disagree with the appointing authority then you should not die? You sound as warped as Sata and Shakafuswa. Lameck died of kidney failure – if that was due to depression subsequent to being fired that is just sad – and you need medical personnel to ascertain that. People lose jobs all the time – even in family owned businesses. To heap blame on RB is being very petty and outright s.illy.

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  16. Thandie offering her condolensces is not an offense.. she is actually doing her best.. go Thandie gooooo!

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  17. LT, Picture number 12: What kind of grammar is “Presidential pilots of the Presidential plane ” ? Kindly amend ‘mwalatusebanya! Nga cha shupa kuti mwalembafye mu cibemba’.

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