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Labour deputy minister Simon Kachimba (c) talks to two Chinese employers who have accommodated their employees in the same rooms with livestock in Chongola.

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A lady waits for her turn to start driving lessons at an illegal driving yard along Independence avenue in Lusaka

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Tanzanian long distance buses before taking off at Intercity bus station in Lusaka

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Trinity Chanshi (23) and Morgan Kanjolo (26) of Zanaco are caught ball watching as Konkola Blades striker Ephraim Banda prepares to shoot at goal to record his team’s first goal during the game played at Sunset stadium in Lusaka

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Konkola Blades striker Ephraim Banda shoots the ball past Zanaco goal keeper Allan Chibwe (left) during the game played at Sunset stadium in Lusaka

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Police try to control irate soccer fans after Zanaco lost the game to Konkola Blades at Sunset stadium in Lusaka

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Police try to control irate soccer fans after Zanaco lost the game to Konkola Blades at Sunset stadium in Lusaka

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Police try to control rowdy soccer fans after Zanaco lost the game to Konkola Blades at Sunset stadium in Lusaka

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Zesco’s Nicholas Zulu (center) tries to go past his Zanaco markers Morgan Kanjolo (left) and Ziyo Zyambo during last weeks game played at Sunset Stadium in Lusaka

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Zesco’s Winston Kalengo (right) tries to beat his Zanaco marker Morgan Kanjolo during last weeks game played at Sunset Stadium in Lusaka .

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Zesco’s Winston Kalengo (center) fights for the ball against Zanaco’s Morgan Kanjolo (left) as Charles Singwa looks on during last weeks game played at Sunset Stadium in Lusaka

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President Banda admires copper at the opening of a new mine in Kitwe

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President Hefikepunye Pohamba speaking during the opening of the SADC Extraordinary Summit at the Safari Hotel in Windhoek, Namibia .

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President Banda with President Zimbabwean Preisdent Robert Mugabe at the opening of the SADC Extraordinary Summit in at Safari Hotel in Windhoek, Namibia

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President Banda and Tanzanian President Kikwete sing the SADC anthem at the opening of the SADC Extraordinary Summit at Safari Hotel in Windhoek, Namibia.

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Conrad Rautenbach leaves a cloud of dust in his Ford N after going round a bend during the spectator stage of the Zambia International Motor Rally which raved off in Lusaka

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Conrad Rautenbach powers his Ford N along the dusty route during the spectator stage of the Zambia International Motor Rally which raved off in Lusaka .

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Team Madison driver Muna Singh negotiates his way at a corner in his Subaru during the spectator stage of the Zambia International Motor Rally which raved off in Lusaka

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Team Madison driver Muna Singh shows his mettle during the spectator stage of the Zambia International Motor Rally which raved off in Lusaka

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Inspector General of Police Francis Kabonde (right) compares notes with United Nations Development Programme Country Director Viola Morgan (left) as Commissioner of Police Raphael Musamba looks on at the launch of a training programme for police officers in Lusaka

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Inspector General of Police Francis Kabonde (right) shakes hands with United Nations Development Programme Country Director Viola Morgan (left) at the launch of a training programme for police officers in Lusaka

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Inspector General of Police Francis Kabonde (left) listens to Senior Assistant Commissioner of Police Auxensio Daka at the launch of a training programme for police officers in Lusaka

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Inspector General of Police Francis Kabonde (left) talks to Liberal Progressive Party Secretary General Langtone Sichone at the launch of a training programme for police officers in Lusaka
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33 COMMENTS

  1. pic # 2. nice woman.The figure is Ballon type.you wonder if people are suffering back home with such a figure.twafweni !

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  2. I wish I could understand the roles of the different senior police officers. There is an Inspector General, a Commander and a Commissioner!?? Would someone care to enlighten me on their roles and functions?

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    • Thanks very much for the link to the ZP website. Definitly answered my questions. I was also quite impressed that the website is so detailed and had other useful links like to RTSA. I have often felt very frustrated when I have tried to search for information online for different institutions and services in Zambia. There is hope after all!!

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  3. SADC Anthem? Does such a thing really exist? I would love to still the words for the same!!

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  4. The place looks nice and fit for housing workers, why the minister was annoyed? That livestock deserves promotion for sleeping in same house with human beings. Excellent CV

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  5. Pic 15. Do we have a SADC anthem??? Never heard of it. I know Namibia sings both their national anthem and the AU anthem. But SADC? Looks like every bloc now has an anthem? Ok too many questions, just that it is absolutely news to me.

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  6. Good pics with the exception of the usual Lusaka rubbish #pics 3 and 18. Our students have researched and have found out that it seems most Zambians are still waiting for the colonial man to come and reinforce the rules of cleanness. Pic #1 is a shame and the managers should have been fined.

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  7. The quality of our football pitches – no wonder few Zambians have played in Europe!

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  8. #22 Nice to see ba Kweze looking so good. Reminds me of the old school days.Thats the way to go man. We are proud of you

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  9. Ba Morgan Kanjolo ninshi bali sana busy ku Zanaco. It appears he is the only hardworking chap in defence, nangu balilipila photographer ati mwaiche ukope sana…lol

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  10. Pics # 2,16-19 remind me i want to die in my sleep like my grandfather….Not screaming and yelling like the passengers in his car.

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  11. Pic #14.What is the tension between Alaa Bee and Mugabe.That sitting gesture speaks volumes.

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  12. #14 KCC hahahaha nice one..surely home is home nice pics more especially pic 2 and SADCs..hmmm Mugabe.

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  13. Whats so amusing about pics 16 to 19? You see cars in Matero and Chilenje pull up dust trails Kalukungu) just like that…!!

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  14. I fail to understand why the Labour D Minister was annoyed. He does not care about the poor Zambian people, more than he cares for the investors. Good CV for the Labour Minister indeed. Seriously, the whole thing is shit, why should he care??

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  15. i did my driving lessons at that same illegal place opposite the freedom statue in kamwala. now i drive all over the world. how nostalgic! there are no other driving rigs apart from mimosa a long distance in chilanga.

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  16. Lovely pictures LT…am particularly happy to see commissioner of Police Mr. G. Musamba who I personally know but haven’t seen for ages as its been a very long time I left Zambia.

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  17. #2 Who told you we are suffering. we are even better than you. I’m home, good life, good job. I don’t have 3 or 4 jobs like u.

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  18. No.2 is really stupid. Who told him that we are suffering here. We are managing very well even driving expensive vehicles. I can’t accept to go and work in diaspora cleaning old people boots. No!!!! I would rather push Wheelbarrows at Soweto market.

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  19. Dear #25 and 26. i left zambia more than 15 years ago and back then the situation was desperate.majority of people were living on less than a dollar/day and not really much has changed.i comand a respectable job as a medical practitioner.im not demonising anybody ,was just happy to see the lady looking physicaly feet and well and in good spirit despite our well documented economical situation.many thanks stay blessed.

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  20. What do you mean “illegal driving school”? All one needs is to pay, drive and insured car. No school is illegal. If I have a car and want to make business I can teach people how to drive at a fee.

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