Thursday, February 22, 2024

Last week/Wkend in pictures

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First Lady Thandiwe Banda talks to Metrina Mbulo, a Leopards Hill Secondary School pupil that she is mentoring after attending a Kuchetekela Foundation mentors' luncheon in Lusaka.

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First Lady Thandiwe Banda hugs Metrina Mbulo, a Leopards Hill Secondary School pupil that she is mentoring.Looking on is wife of Vice President George Kunda, Irene

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First Lady Thandiwe Banda presents a certificate of exemplary performance to Marthino De Silva Tembo at the Kuchetekela Foundation mentors luncheon in Lusaka.

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First Lady Thandiwe Banda presents a certificate of exemplary performance to Ngosa Besa at the Kuchetekela Foundation mentors luncheon in Lusaka.

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Women of Nalwei Area of Mongu District selling merchandise along the Mongu-Lusaka road

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Residents of Nalwei gathering at the sole hammer mill in the area to grind maize into mealie meal.

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Residents of Nalwei gathering at the sole hammer meal in the area to grind maize into mealie meal.

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Children of Lui Ward in Mongu drawing water at a borehole

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Residents of Lui Ward in Mongu wait for their turn to draw water.

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Residents of Lui Ward in Mongu wait for their turn to draw water.

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Some bicycles sourced for Tuberculosis (TB) Health Community Supporters in Nalwei area in Mongu District during the commemoration of World Tuberculosis Day.

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Mongu District Commissioner Jethro Mumbuwa shakes hands with Agness Mate, a Nalwei TB community supporter after he handed over a bicycle to her during the commemoration of World Tuberculosis Day

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A Likishi performs during the commemoration of World Tuberculosis Day in Nalwei area in Mongu District.

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Mongu District Health Office employes and residents of Nalwei Community marching during the commemoration of World Tuberculosis Day.

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Mongu District Health Director Dr. Frances Liyalii makes a speech during the commemoration of World Tuberculosis Day in Nalwei area in Mongu.

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President Rupiah Banda files in nominations papers at Mulungushi International Conference Center in Lusaka .

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President Rupiah Banda shakes hands with MMD party electoral commissioners when he filed in nominations papers at Mulungushi International Conference Center in Lusaka

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President Rupiah Banda waves to MMD cadres after he filed in nominations papers at Mulungushi International Conference Center in Lusaka .

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Property worth millions of Kwacha was burned to ashes when a fire gutted a Lamise Investements shop at the town center in Lusaka. Here, part of the burned building.

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Curious onlookers peer into the gutted Lamise Investements shop at the town center in Lusaka.

36 COMMENTS

  1. Anything that looks Bandashi is evil and not good for our kids pls advise our children not to watch some of these pictures for the Mad Man’s Dogs

  2. Lovely Tonga beauty Metrina. Tonga chicks are da bomb. Please Thandi, don’t mentor her into marrying an old man.

  3. # 2 Rpiah authorised Brian Chituwo to confisticate all the fire engines from the council and sold them to raise MMD campaign money just like they have done with workers pension money at NAPSA.

  4. Nice pictures especially those depicting the countryside. I enjoy such scenarios. Twalibelela poverty fwebene.

  5. Seems that normalcy has returned to W province much to the chagrin of those who would want to bring unnecessary strife and confusion to further their political ambitions. Thandiwe Banda is looking good and confident in her role. I am sorry to see some are jealous of her and still refer to the man that she is legally married to as ‘sugar daddy’. Keep up the good work ma’am and we will ensure that you get another five years in the role that you have taken to like a duck to water.

  6. Time for erections people will get bicycles, Money, cars and ifitenge fya free. I advice all women to get chitenges form MMD paint the part that has the ugly picture and use them for Lima program do the same for PF and UPND materials. take their T-shirts and all the materials but vote for someone who cares for you if at all there is anyone who does.

  7. Used to feel sorry for myself then Realised thandiwe is set for life now as a first lady. So miss Namugala please run for presidency and this young stud will be the milk, eggs, butter and flour for your cake; so miss Namugala be Sugar, Mammy.

  8. I think the guy that posts these photos should be sacked. Useless. No variety. Forever reapting series of photos scenes. why?

  9. #17 Zambians are something else. When Thandiwe used to braid her hair, many people here were criticising her for her ‘tumukule’. Now she is being criticised for her wigs. Just shows you cant please everybody so might as well not try.

  10. Check out pic# 3. They’ve named the poor kid ”Marthino De Silva Tembo”. Ngonis are more and more crazy.

  11. Number 19…
    Latino connection…a Nguni brother marries a lady from Latino connection lol…the more the merry!

    Picture 9…that chitenge material lol…DREAD IS DREAD YES I….DOBO!!!

  12. Good morning

    The First Lady fits well in her position as mentor for the youth. She appears to be down to earth whenever she interacts with the ordinary people and the pupils also seem to be enjoying her presence. People here will never quit criticising her though. And yet she owes no one any explanations nor apology as to how she dresses or why she wed her husband.

    II also like the simplicity displayed be the kids especially the little girl in the green dress in pic8. Otherwise Mongu doesn’t really look like a tourist attraction – one little road and a lot of white sand.

    The doc in pic #15 looks like a former Boxing Heavyweight champion.

  13. I’m Bemba but i feel our brother in mongu have been sidelined interms of development. i think its time we looked into the welfare of mongu.

  14. @ number 3. Where did this biy gethis name from? Marthino De Silva Tembo? But abene chipata zoona bali endelela! Baalisela! buhahaha

  15. No # 25 Nine Chale hi, didn’t know you now live in Canada. Yes mrs Thandiwe Banda is beautiful humble and wise. It’s always the LT female contingent criticizing and they won’t stop. You go Thandie and your fine lady self.

  16. Cleo @ 2 and Destroyer @ 12 – I’ve got two friends called Mbulo, one is Tonga and the other is Bemba. So what do you two tribalists think?

  17. #30 … LT caption says “Looking on is wife of Vice President George Kunda, Irene”. I see 2 women looking on in the pic. Perhaps Kunda’s wife, Ireen, is two-in-one!!!!!

  18. Mama Thandiwe Banda, that long wig does not suite you at all. come on you can do better than that!! love your chitenge attires –always… but throw that long wig away… its too obvious…

  19. Thou shall not dress my First Lady in sleeveless tops while on official duty. Like the Chitenge attire though. It is dignifying.

  20. I pity thandiwe. Whatever atire she wears the comments are most of the time negative. Azavala ciani m’nzanu imwe banthu. Amange sisy ati tumukule, avare wig ati mwakuti-mwakuti, munthu alibe cabwino.

  21. Imwe A Samuele Mbewe #34,
    that wig is for white people, azungu or ba mwenye for obvious reasons.A black woman like Thandiwe and me are more natural in shorter wigs which appear like normal perms.. no offence meant.. I never wear wigs my self anyway, I prefer my natural looks…

  22. Umuntu elachita criticize fyonse!at least bamama First Lady besu nabachitako improve!!lekeni bapemeko!!!tho mayo umuntu elafwalafye ifitenge nama satin!!!

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