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Kabwata Member of Parliament Given Lubinda (l) talks to Lusaka province Minister Charles Shawa in Lusaka

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Lusaka entrepreneurs queue up to renew their trading licenses at the registrars office in view of the looming deadline when companies will be de-registered

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Lusaka entrepreneurs queue up to renew their trading licenses at the registrars office in view of the looming deadline when companies will be de-registered

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Pedestrian traffic near Cairo road.

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Traffic along Cha Cha Cha road in Lusaka

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Representatives from various political parties in Zambia during the workshop on elections in Lusaka

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Some Japanese volunteers arrive for a meeting with Vice president George Kunda at government house

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Vice president George Kunda's departure after meeting Japanese volunteers at government house in Lusaka

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View of the junction between Cha Cha and Kalundwe in Lusaka near town centre market

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The Nkwazi football club goalkeeper during a a penalty kick

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President Rupiah Banda joining the traditional dances who welcomed him at the National Monument in Maputo

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President Rupiah Banda and his counterpart Almondo Gwabuzo toast during the state banquet at State House in Maputo

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President Rupiah Banda speaking to Maputo City Governor Lucia Hama at the National Monument after laying a wreath

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Communication and Transport Minister Geoffrey Lungwangwa exchanging books of Memorandum of understanding with Oldemiro Baloi Mozambique minister of Foreign affairs in Map

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Namibian President Hifikipunye Pohamba decorates first republican President Kenneth Kaunda when he was honoured by the SADC summit in Windhoek

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Green Buffaloes Football team players listening to Zambia Army Commander Wisdom Lopa

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Zambia Army Commander Wisdom Lopa (l) inspects newly acquired jerseys for Green Buffaloes Football Club

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Zambia Army Commander Wisdom Lopa greets Green Buffaloes Football Club players in Lusaka when he met them for the first time as Commander

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High court Judge Essau Chulu (r) before officiating at a seminar for political parties in Lusaka
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31 COMMENTS

  1. lambas have got smelly mucus in their privates = translate into bemba

    maureen mwanawasa is a prozi she enjoys mixing her green mucus with darlington mwapes yellowish green lamba mucus,ubuchende bwaba lenje naba lamba bulanunka ukuchila nobwa rhino

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  2. Ba LT please remove comment #1.This is very offensive.I cant belive we still have people on this block with such thinking and doing.Atase ! ! ! ! !

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  3. LT CAN YOU BE SEEN TO BE A DECENT ONLINE NEWS PROVEDER. YOU DONT NEED TO BE ASKED TO REMOVE COMMENT BY THAT MADE MAN #1 HE IS SICK AND SHOWS HIS UPBRINGING

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  4. # 1, if you have issues with Maureen Mwanawasa and Darlington Mwape, pliz find a different podium to address them not here. [-([-([-(

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  5. Ba LT why are you delaying removing comment #1. Are you by any chance entertained by *****ic comments like this?

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  6. Pic #2 and #3

    You are the people making major contributions to the economy of Zambia. You have empowered yourselves and this is the kind of thinking we need in Zambia.

    I have great respect for you and I salute you.

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  7. devina vulva you have nothing to do so please stop this childishness you are doing am sure you are a very big person to write such, you are disturbing us with useless comments.Tawakwata amano.

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  8. # 1, 12 & 14. Get a life. If you ‘ve got nothing to do, why don’t you beome a cadre for one these political parties. They’ll die to have you on their side – they like pipo with vulgar language like yourself.

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  9. Fellow Bloggers i urge you to just ignore this attention seeker devina vulva. The more you comment on his extremely vulgar posts the more he is encouraged to post more vulgar language. If you begin to comment like #7 then how shall we tell the difference. If some pipo are pupils then let us earn to be the teachers.

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  10. please help! what did # 1 say/do… all i can see on the # 1 is a British flag… ‘m trying to figure out why everyone is complaining.. pls help!

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  11. #25 Last I checked there was no paint in Zambia.I found some buildings with the same coat of paint it had when I was knee high in the 80s.Road markings- you just have to keep left because there aren’t any Lol.I could be wrong maybe RB has changed things.

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  12. I once was on a plane with a guy from Kenya. I proudly introduced myself, generously stretched out my paw to grab his,and informed him I was from Zambia. I wanted to know how big Nairobi was and his response was it was a lot bigger than our “One-street-capital city”. Sorry that I’m going to rob you of your imagination: He meant Lusaka with its Cairo Road. Great guy, I thought.

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  13. Picture 4. Is this really pedestrian traffic or was the photographer zoming in on the young trendily dressed lass?

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  14. Picture 4. Is this really pedestrian traffic or was the photographer zooming in on the young trendily dressed lass?

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  15. #27-It follows naturally that nairobi(or lagos)will be larger from a larger country population.Anyway pics #4,5 & 9 do show more than one street.What matters most is quality of dev’t,cleanliness and provision of utilities rather than size.Frankly, i don’t know how you can say “great guy” when he clearly intended to put you and zambia down with that “bigger” or “hollier” than thou attitude.Great guy-NOT.

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  16. #27. “…quality of dev’t, cleanliness and provision of utilities…”. Are you sure these adjectives don’t sound tacky when tagged to Lusaka? “Great guy”? You betcha! He’s all yours to take down. Go ahead! I salute your patriotism but not your objectivity.

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