Sunday, February 25, 2024

Last Week in Pictures

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First Lady Thandiwe observes the conversation between President Banda and United States Ambassador to Zambia Mark Storrela in Lusaka

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President Banda, , Finance Minister Situmbeko Musokotwane with World Bank president Robert Zoellick at State House

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Some members of the defence force wait for their turn to receive credentials during a a joint graduation ceremony in Lusaka

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A dance troupe in action at the Lusaka international airport to welcome Great Lakes Region Presidents who were in Zambia for a summit

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Zambia officials approach the Presidential jet of Angola when officials from that country arrived for the Great Lakes Region

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Journalists mob diplomats from Angola during an interview at Lusaka international airport

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Tanzania President Jakaya Kikwete when he arrived in Zambia for the Great Lakes Region Summit

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Tanzania President Jakaya Kikwete interacts with Tanzanians resident in Zambia when he arrived in Zambia for the Great Lakes Region Summit

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Tanzania President Jakaya Kikwete interacts with MMD women when he arrived in Zambia for the Great Lakes Region Summit

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President of Tanzania Jakaya Kikwete shopping for a cap at the Intercontinental hotel gift shop in Lusaka

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Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza after giving an interview to reporters at Lusaka international airport

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One of the motorcades for the visiting dignitaries of the Great Lakes Region Summit leaves the Lusaka international airport

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Leaders of the Great Lakes Region pose for a photograph after the Lusaka summit

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Protocol officials handling the luggage of Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza wait for transport to ferry the Presidential luggage from the Lusaka international airport

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A Congolese toddler resident in Zambia carries a placard bearing the photograph of Congolese leader Joseph Kabila.

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A Congolese toddler resident in Zambia carries a placard bearing the photograph of Congolese leader Joseph Kabila

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Congolese Nationals resident in Zambia chanting slogans before the arrival of their President Joseph Kabila at Lusaka international airport

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Zambian majorettes in action during the launch of the road safety week in Lusaka

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President Banda and his son Temwani (l) interacts with pupils of the American international school in Lusaka

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President Banda and First Lady Thandiwe during the end of year come together event at the American international school in Lusaka

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President Banda waves at pupils of the American international school in Lusaka

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President Banda and First Lady Thandiwe cut a cake during the MMD Meet the President dinner at Mulungushi international conference centre

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President Banda and First Lady Thandiwe take to the dance floor during the MMD Meet the President dinner at Mulungushi international conference centre

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President Banda and First Lady Thandiwe on the dance floor during the MMD Meet the President dinner at Mulungushi international conference centre.

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President Banda welcomes World Bank president Robert Zoellick at State House

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A police man walks past Congolese nationals resident in Zambia who had a placard as they waited for the arrival of their leader Joseph Kabila at Lusaka international airport

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Chief Mazimawe charing the House of Chiefs when the house resumed sitting in Lusaka

41 COMMENTS

  1. what a great honour to have president of world bank visit zambia. it means our economy is worth something writting about. dancing is good for your heart and soul HERB. once in a while get away from your busy schedule and shake it off

  2. World Bank is in town to tell the big spender to check his pockets once again.

    Its not always good news seeing your finance manager.

  3. Foto #1 what is Thandi wearing, looks like something we could have argued with magaizi those days: one ati avala kasuguluga, the other guy ati no nikadabwiliga (simply put un-indefinable).

  4. Chief Mazimawe’s attire reminds me of a graduation gown. It certainly is artificial.
    Is there no traditional outfit for our noble Chiefs/Kings? That goes for all the Chief in beloved motherland-Zambeziland.

  5. LT please the authority if all those foreigner are regally living in my country Zambia. I have never seen a group Zambians in Congo, Sudan, Angola and all other neighboring countries!!

  6. hey Zed pipo leave TB alone with her made in china outfit bought in Malasyia, if she wears chitenges ati monga kaboyi, aka luka mukule ati onani, avale ka wigi, ati nafuti nafuti ma guys just chill, the bush babe is learning slowly.. whos man enough to take over after Allahbi is six foot deep

  7. #10, the problem is that Lupiya and Thandie don’t consult each other on the colours of their clothes. Lupiya should tell Thandie that today I am wearing these colours and Thandie should wear a dress colour which matches her husband on that particular day.

  8. 3. Lady gaga – Having the world bank president visit Zambia in not and honour as you say because our economy is something worth talking about. It is actually a shame because it means our economy needs to fixed.

    A visit from a bailiff or financial advisor/planner means you are not doing well and need help. thats why the head of state hosted him. In other countries ir in better times he will be hostsed and will interact with heads of central bank and treasury officals.

  9. Usually I am first to support the first lady, but what is with the CRIMPLINE material she is wearing in pic. # 1. My goodness we bad a table cloth like that in the 80s; every Christmas we laid it on a big table ate Rice with chicken, veggies, beans, meat pies, pumpkins ( Tangey), scones fanta, coca cola, sprite. Everyone went to their home churches naba chitawala( Jehovah’s witnesses) ate too :) ponda, Zambia daily produce board milk. This Christmas thank Jesus for being our savior for politicians will never be that.

  10. Mr. Banda went to the international school for what? He might aswell have gone to Chakunkula primary we know those children need motivation :) China has western nations shook thus now they are refocusing on Africa.

  11. Thandiwe really looks RB’s daughter…for shame! na mwana uyo….his son so young….daddy will be an ooooooold man when he is 18!

  12. I’m not one to really ponder on fashion but awe sure thandi’s dress in pic #1, I mean c’mon ba 1st little girl ohh sorry ba 1st lady. Even if you dont have 1 dress sense brain cell in your head even half of one would not allow you to dress like that.

  13. Nice pictures LT. Somebody advice the events organizers to stop this “chair white cloth dressing” Its so old fashioned and more high school kind of thing lol

  14. can some of you Guys on here who speak ill of the people in these pictures.. week in week out, try for

    a minute to Imagine how you would feel if someone outthere was speaking ill about you or your family…?

  15. Picture 25 – lady in green is the World Bank Vice President for the Africa Region. Her name is Obiageli Ezekwesili. Very sharp woman….

  16. olo spoon style thou the big belly would get in the way and make the shrivelled willy seem even shorter than it is!!!

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