Home Lifestyle Photo Gallery The Weekend in Pictures LifestylePhoto Gallery The Weekend in Pictures August 31, 2010 8,633 views 51 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Linkedin Email Print 1. A Mitsubishi Pajero in flames along the Great north road near Masala in Ndola 2. A snake charmer with his 'toys' during the Kulamba traditional ceremony in Katete. 3. A traditional dance troupe performing inside one of the carriages on the maiden train journey from Malawi to Chipata during the launch of the Chipata-Muchinji railway line. 4. Community Development Minister, Michael Kaingu, dancing during the Malaila traditional ceremony in Mambwe district 5. Community Development Minister, Michael Kaingu, speaking at the Malaila traditional ceremony in Mambwe district 6. Generals at peace...LT General Ronnie Shikapwasha and Brigadier General Godfrey Miyanda join pastors during a prayer session in Kitwe 7. Generals at peace...LT General Ronnie Shikapwasha and Brigadier General Godfrey Miyanda pose for a photograph as a sign of peace for Zambia in Kitwe 8. Heritage Party leader Brigadier General Miyanda praying during service in Kitwe 9. Jamaican born Brick and Lace singers during their tour of the Zain House in Lusaka 10. Jamaican born Brick and Lace singers in Lusaka 11. planning coordinator, Lydia Jumbe, shows DC Evans Pwele maternity unit at Kafulafuta while nursing officer Ms Nello Mwala, looks on 12. Nyau dancers from Malawi perform at the Kulamba traditional ceremony 13. Nyau dancers or Gule wa Mukulu perform at the Kulamba traditional ceremony in Katete 14. Part of the crowd during the Kulamba traditional ceremony in Katete. 15. Paramount Chief Gawa Undi (c) going to grace the Kulamba traditional ceremony in Katete after emerging from his quarters 16. President Rupiah Banda and Malawian president Bingu Wa Mutharika cut a ribbon to launch the Chipata-Muchinji railway line 17. Some foreign tourists have a chance to greet President Banda at the Kulamba traditional ceremony in Katete. 18. Scores of Chipata residents witnessing the launch of the Chipata-Muchinji railway line 19. Some marketeers trying to reconstruct their stalls after fire swept through their trading space in Kitwe 20. Runner-up in the Zambia Open Golf tournament, Dayne Moore, poses with his trophy 21. Runner-up in the Zambia Open Golf tournament, Dayne Moore, receives his prize from Sports Minister, Kenneth Chipungu 22. The winner of the Zambia Open Golf tournament poses for a photograph with the winners trophy Related Posts:Political Parties Weekend Campaigns in PicturesLast weekend’s MotorSport in picturesPresident Edgar Lungu’s Weekend in PicturesWeekend in PicturesThe Weekend in Pictures Loading... 51 COMMENTS Pic #1, I am dissapointed, i expected atleast a few spots on Kaingu. 0 0 Pic 9 & 10-Brick and Lace awe but ifyaiche ifi nizi. 0 0 Does the snake charmer have permit for those snakes & how does he feed them if not he is just a witch coz why cant he just keep dogs or the octopus instead of snakes which look healthy than the owner.The other option for him is start exporting snakes to China just like we do with our copper.It can be good investment for him instead of wearing rags & masks.Let him contact the Minister of commerce over exports. 0 0 @ blogger#3, wansekesha ati the snakes looks healthier than the owner lol 0 0 pic 2 chisuma chi nyawu nyengeble 0 0 Generals at peace…LT General Ronnie Shikapwasha and Brigadier General Godfrey Miyanda join pastors during a prayer session in Kitwe. Wow! This is so encouraging, God bless you Generals and God bless Zambia. 0 0 #13 Is not gule wamkulu but the ngoma dance of the Ngoni people. 0 0 Those nyau dancers in pic # 12 aren’t they William Banda & Chalwe displaying how to somersault in 2011 violence… 0 0 I hpoe the snake charmer doesn’t give blow job to those snakes looking @ the way he is handling them 0 0 :) Love Brick and Lace, but then I saw Kenya moore Lord Jesus that 40 year old woman is beautiful. 0 0 #3, those snakes look healthier…lol:d:d 0 0 Micheal Kaingu (Sesheke MP) cannot accept to lose elections in 2011, as such he will try to bootlick Rupiah Banda’s shoes because he is married to two women who he fears would run away from him if money runs out. So our money as tax payers is sustaining his poligamy. 0 0 Is that Kaingu the dog? 0 0 Nice pics LT. Zambians are quite fortunate to have the Thourborne sisters alias Brick and Lace live and direct there – with their summer hit “Love is Wicked” blowing watts in European Clubs, the duo could just as well have opted for a bigger line up with a solid-gold promotion tour in Europe. There’s something about Zambia, that fascinates,attracts and invites foreigners.. maybe it’s a hypnotic spell that the Nyau dancers put on them. Lol! 0 0 Nine Chale hahahahahahaha. When did you move to Canada? 0 0 Corrections # 13 LT those are not nyau dancers neither are they ngoma dancers but impis of The Ngoni speaking people. 0 0 Who are these “Jamaican born” Brick and Lace singers…where do they live? Confusing … 0 0 Snake charmer? Bizzare character ….LOL… 0 0 # 17 . Same here I was just thinking the same as well. I have been here a wikle I have never heard of these Brick and chakuti singers. But pa zed they r even in newspapers. Zambians wake up Rihhnana , Beyonce or even this mad one lady gaga r stars ! 0 0 shani imwe bane bushe mwaba shani kanshi 0 0 Nice to see our generalz put aside their “differencez” and stand on one platform. Picture number 19 should be part of Chiwempala market which got burnt (28/8/10) to ashez in Chingola and not Kitwe. Or maybe there waz another market gutted by fire in Kitwe? 0 0 Brick n Lace! Kuti nalya b’kamba those babies look better in life than TV! Yaaaaba, aba kubalya live daddy live! I cant stop imagining those chicks naked beside me all day long, damn it! Nalapena ine. just like pic #2 my mini-conda is alive n breathing hard. 0 0 Brick n Lace……………………… 0 0 Ghostrider tamulakula???? any way beautiful girls i agree but they cant sing. 0 0 Pics #9/10 you can clearly see that te mbuto shapa zed ishi lol (please no offense zed ladies):d 0 0 kadoyo mwaiche, epo waba? i missed you weee!! 0 0 Wow Brick and Lace have taken the attention ya ba monk… today there is no Rb talk as if he is not in one of the pictures.Anyway i agree with most of you kutiwaitofawila mwandini on these youngstars.They are the type that will make you not to shower for atleast two days after pantu abanike aba they are just sweet. 0 0 #26 Katalina shani? Ala ipo naba. Ba LT bali nkalipila and told me to take a back seat so I just observe most times. Beside the news is just full of Chiluba, RB, Sata, HH and all the political thieves 0 0 Pic#1 those trees with purple flowers, what are they called again? It so reminds me of Ndola, Itawa when its that season and the streets will be littered with them and we would be playing in them. I can still smell them. How beautiful!!! 0 0 #24 – katalina: it deosnt really matter whether they can sing or not coz just looking at them is music enough ta la la la la soul to soul music mamy. Dont take life too seriously all the time, its very short ka, feast your eyes whenever possible. Hope u good. 0 0 Some of you bloggers here SACKY,you have been told self-hatred by the whiteman,thats why anyone that looks somewhat light and caucasian in pigmentation is deemed beautiful,learn to appreciate your own race lol. 0 0 Scripture those ladies are beautiful, no light skin issues here. But Kenya Moore a brown skin sister is even more beautiful google her. 5″9 with booty and boobies. Hello the have black blood so they can have Zambian genes people smh. 0 0 pic 10! iye imwe! ni live fye! i wudnt even think twice about it! ni threesome fye. 0 0 Picture #19: Anybody know which this market is? But again the reconstruction is with pine trees timber which is a fuel for fires. This is the time that the concerned/responsible authorities should move in and ban the construction of such timber structures at this site before the traders put them up again. ZANAMA is only there to defraud the traders so the council should move in and show their authority. 0 0 Brick & lance, kuti nalya chipesha amano. two days no shower after the the… the real thing men. just still feeling good. 0 0 the flag is the wrong way around you bloody so called generals!!! half the effort on perfection only in zed. 0 0 #3 ,this snake charmer has no right to export the snakes without permission,if anything he should be charged for poaching and posessing these species and be sent to prison.The problem is that there is lack of understanding such issues on the grass root level in our country. .Those snakes belong to every Zambian and can be used to attract tourist etc. 0 0 Pics.#20, 21, 22. Now this is what I call smart journalism. Two poses for the losing guy and only one for the champion. We are given the name of the loser but the name of the champ is withheld. LT, you’re such geniouses, what do I know? 0 0 Pic. #1. When I lived in Zambia the Great North Road always started from Kampiri Mposhi, I think. Did it get moved to Masala, Ndola or is it that Masala, Ndola moved to Kapiri? 0 0 Pic # 22 ”The winner of the Zambia Open Golf tournament poses for a photograph with the winners trophy”. Strange, you dont know the winner’s name but u know the runner-up (the loser)? 0 0 Gen Miyanda you are a big let down!! Come on wake up – your friends have already started campaigning for next year’s elections what are you still doing? You cant even hold the flag in the right way, shame!! 0 0 #15 Mwanawakwithu, I’m also baffled at this Canadian flag LT has hooked me up with. On the other hand, it’s a bit amusing because it makes me look like a globe trotter when I haven’t even been outside Germany for ages. 0 0 Pic # 6 mr nose (Shikapwasha) pretending 2 be praying as usual in these tuntemba churches (hideouts 4 crooks). 4 how long are u going to hide in the so called prayers which have up to now yielded no results?The problem of violence & the solutions are well known e.g problem 1= violent mmd cadres & William Banda, solution= R.B to drop the chap or warn the chaps 2 start behaving. So stop yo routine prayers which dont even reach the roof & simply take measures on william banda. 0 0 Nine chale,you haven´t been outside Deutschland for ages what about visting Zamabia Für urlaub?Don´t take it personally just pulling your leg. 0 0 My Girl is much more beautiful than these so called brick and lace. She is a pure Bemba. You shud see her. You pipo can’t even appreciate your own wives/Girlfrends. Shame pa ZED!!!! Brick and lace spend millions on cosmetics. Pa ZED our women are naturally beautiful. 0 0 pic one! thats great north road. its Dag in Itawa near tawn! 0 0 Picture # 22… Does the ACTUAL winner of the Zambia Open Golf Tournament not have an ACTUAL name? (rolling my eyes at this point!) 0 0 Iwe #16 you are wrong, #7 is correct. That’s the main Ngoni dance called Ngoma, and the steps are called kujiya! 0 0 If you don’t know who brick n lace are then you are musically malnourished, you are a serious music kwashiorkor victim. Sorry for your ignorance but a bit of advice, in silence even a fool can pass for a wise man. Sometimes it’s just better to shut up. This thing of people being proud of ignorance is sickening. Eish the snake guy, cant imagine meeting this guy in the dark. @ Chitongomazi guys like you who tend to blow their own horns usually have the lousiest looking chicks. I’m not saying your chick is lousy but I have experienced this way too many times, guys saying my chick is hot and then when you see her you can’t really tell if it’s a guy or girl unless you are told. Piece of advice don’t go doing the canary thing about your girl if she is really hot the people… 0 0 @25 ka Doyo, Im hotter than those chicks (No offence) You have to see to believe, born and bred pa zed….lol 0 0 Dear readers,pic # 13, the dance is called ngoma which practiced by the Ngoni people during Nc’wala ceremony then then in traditional war gear are impis/warriors or whatever u may call them. 0 0 Comments are closed.