Photo Gallery Week/Weekend in Pictures By editor - August 22, 2011 35 8,875 views FacebookTwitterWhatsAppPrint 1. PARAMOUNT Chief Mpweto of the Bwile people in the Democratic Republic Congo talks to sub-chief (Natende) Dr. Katele Kalumba during the ceremony 2. Chief Ishindi of the Lunda people in Zambezi district making history by becoming the first sitting traditional leader to graduate from the University of Zambia (UNZA) 3. Above, the chief (right) who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree, being congratulated by Ministry of Education Permanent Secretary Andrew Phiri as UNZA Deputy Vice Chancellor Wilson Mwenya (left) looks on in Lusaka 4. Above, the chief, who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree, leaves the graduation square in Lusaka 5. Above, the chief, who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree, being accompanied by his subjects and other former students after the graduation in Lusaka 6. Campaign posters of various presidential and parliamentary candidates in the September 20 tripartite elections litter the Kafue roundabout fountain in Lusaka 7. Campaign posters of various presidential and parliamentary candidates in the September 20 tripartite elections litter the Kafue roundabout fountain in Lusaka 8. AVIC The construction of the Mongu-Kalabo road has started by Chinese AVIC International 9. AVIC The construction of the Mongu-Kalabo road has started by Chinese AVIC International 10. AVIC The construction of the Mongu-Kalabo road has started by Chinese AVIC International. The programme was delayed because of floods on the Barotse plains 11. Nelson Mandela’s daughter Zinzi (r), Southern Province permanent secretary Gladys Kristafor (c) and Livingstone based clergy Bishop Janet Hart (r) arrives at Maramba Old People’s Home 12. Nelson Mandela’s daughter Zinzi (l) meets a senior citizen when she visited the Maramba Old People’s Home on. With her is Southern Province permanent secretary Gladys Kristafor (c) and Livingstone based clergy Bishop Janet Hart (r) 13. Kasama Arts Theathre entertaining people at MMD rally 14. VJ arrives at Kasama airport 15. Universal Printing Group Managing Director Mr Bharat Mehta addressing political parties and other stakeholders in Durban South Africa before the start of printing of ballot papers for the 2011 tripartite elections2 16. Police Nkwazi women club singing at Police House handover ceremony 17. Sub chief witness Mbesuma- Kasama road flag off 18. Zambia National Soccer Team Coach Dario Bonetti watches the Zesco –Green Buffaloes rescheduled Week 10 match from the terraces at Woodlands Stadium in Lusaka 19. Zambia National Soccer Team Coach Dario Bonetti buying some Bananas when he witnessed the Zesco – Green Buffaloes rescheduled Week 10 match which was played at Woodlands Stadium in Lusaka 20. Zesco strikers haplessly watch as the ball zooms past the Green Buffaloes goal mouth without anyone making a touch much to the relief of their opponents during the rescheduled Week 10 match which was played at Woodlands Stadium in Lusaka 21. Zesco’s Alfred Lupita (center) tries to beat his Green Buffaloes markers Joe Chungu (left) and Sanida Zulu in the rescheduled Week 10 match which was played at Woodlands Stadium in Lusaka
V.J with his Magic suitcase.
Ask the political parties to remove their advertising from a public feature.
No place is off limits for rubbish by the look of it in Zambia
Katele napena, what a waste of brains!
Nice to see the soccer coach spreading his cash around.
I hope he paid a good price to the young marketeer…..She should be at school or playing.
NOT WORKING AT HER AGE!
Sub-chief Natende.Comedy in the making!!!
All we need is a better diet for our footballers and they can be of world standards. There is no benfit of skill if you can’t chase it and re-exibit it for countless times in 90 min at lighting speed.
Thats exemplary chief Ishindi keep it up.The other pics 6,7 & 11 shows we’re still ages away from acceptable cleanliness and aesthetic standards.No campaign posters are allowed like that on public poles in countries with high aesthetical and environmental standards.You plant them on sticks on land and as soon as campaign season ends the are by law to be gone.No wonder Chawama,Mtendere & kabwata look so neglected and zambians don’t feel bothered by the garbage strewn streets.
pic 2-5 hey thats my chief! well done.You have us, your subjects proud.Proudly Lunda and proudly Zambian.
…..how far are the Mongu – Kalabo road going gievn that we only have a month befor the rains?? Politics?? thats why this road never gets done??
Congratulations Mr Chief you are a very wise man indeed. Ok those campaign posters by the round about is irresponsible, dirty and disgusting!
chikwakwa shi ba graduatele mo ba chief?
Congrats chief Inshindi. thats the way to go. Witchraft has never brought development anywhere. But education has. Now go for your masters & Phd. Good to see Mandela’s daughter in Livingstone. We could have more visitors or tourists if we maintained cleannes in our towns and cities & reduced the cost for accommodation etc.
What on earth is this? How can civilized people make such a very important public square so untidy? That place is a gateway into our beautiful city for people travelling by road from South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia etc. What’s the use of “KEEP LUSAKA CLEAN?” Really, does that show any cleanliness at all? What a shame?
Lusaka City Council where are you? Is that the first first impression we have to show visitors to our cities? UNTIDINESS? Be serious.
I thought fly-posting is illegal!!
It’s a great achievement to see a traditional leader graduating at Unza. I think he will provide quality leadership in his village instead of concentrating too much on witchcraft.
No ‘serpent’ posters at Kafue roundabout, why?
Hey halfwit, Because that is littering, how can you past rubbish on a City Attraction!!
Nomba ba chief with his first degree, kuyafwaya inchito or he will just his keep his degree mu ng’anda. Mwalikwisa elyo abanenu balesa ama degrees at very young age. I got mine when i was very young and able to apply.
Au a degree holder or ua just masquarading as one. The chief is already in position of influence. Gud thing is he will be able to think rationally, understanding happenings in the country and internationally. When talking to politicians, we will mades his demands from an informed angle. It will be difficult to bribe such chiefs. politicians have to knw wat to say and when. i FEEL he can utilise his degree to develop his area.
@ No. 16, John Chinena, having a degree doesn’t mean one should look for a job. Very wrong notion. Thats why nowadays, the curriculum for most of these programmes at universities incorporates what is called Enterprenuarship studies so as not for graduates to entirely be dependant on so called formal jobs.
Congratulations to Chief Inshindi for becoming the first sitting Traditional ruler in Zambia’s history to graduate with a Degree from the UNZA. What next? A Masters degree?
Please someone FEEEED those footballers!!!!!!!
No wonder PF dont want elections this year. Have they run out of money? I cannot see any PF poster!
At last we have an educated graduate chief. Zambia is on the rise! Soon we will be like Nigeria which has Professors as chief or South Africa were everyone is a ‘chief.’
Good example your Royal Highness. This will definitely rub on to his subjects and they will associate education with Royalty. Very good.
Good for you Mwata! We are now equal with the Litungas of Barotseland!
#16 Please, let us think critically instead of passing irrational comments. Education has no age limit. One can get a degree at any age. In fact, I have taught people, who are older than I here in the USA, striving to get their first degrees. The chief, you are trying to undermine, already has a diploma in public health.
Congratulations Chief Ishindi, such an inspiration to so many people! Education has neither has a time limit nor an age limit. The Chief has just proved to the rest of the country what can result from committment and perseverance. Hats off to you Sir!!
pf is is a diminishing asset…only an irrational person can vote for a grade three in the name of sata…..we need real change this time around…viva 20HHHHHHHH
vote for flesh blood and the young
#16 waba ichinena zoona. Where the heck were you told that a degree’s use is only to get a job. Abash retrogressive thinking!! I doubt it if you even have a degree.
Ba vj rigger, #16, mwafililwa kumo ne chikwakwa ukugradueta. Failure!!!!
Congas your Royal Highness Chief Ishindi. I like the finance bank building in the background of pic 7, the posters are an eyesore at such a beautiful fountain, KK spent a lot of money on the fountains to make Lusaka a garden city, hopefully the MMD and UPND will be responsible enough to take them down neatly, we are already choked with so much litter on our roads.
Iwe don’t Kubeba ati we don’t have posters ala
16 uli mbushi nishi. You are an educated stupid, desired fool,
How come there z nothing on levy’s memorial?
Paramount Chief mpezeni will be going to the UK for his masters in Development Studies in February, 2012.
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