Photo Gallery The Week/Weekend in Pictures By editor - September 12, 2011 44 8,413 views FacebookTwitterWhatsAppPrint 1. The construction of a mosque in Lusaka's Rhodes park residential area is almost complete. Here workers, doing final touches to the surroundings 2. Northmead Assemblies of God Senior Pastor Bishop Joshua Banda (r) Standard Chartered Banda Managing Director Mizinga Melu (c) and Author Chibamba Kanyama display copies of the book Achievement Values for Young Adults during the book launch 3. Prof Nkandu Luo taking part in a Health Forum debate 4. Universal Printing Group Projects Manager Mr Vik Vaid shows the Blind voting template to be used by blind people 5. PF Door to Door Foot soldier 6. Patriotic Front, Member of the Central Committee Rasford Mwaale talks to police officers after his cadres attempted to block Vice-President George Kunda's motorcade 7. Patriotic Front, Member of the Central Committee Rasford Mwaale talks to police officers after his cadres attempted to block Vice-President George Kunda's motorcade in Mansa 8. Part of the crowd that attended President Banda's rally in Mongu 9. Part of the crowd that attended President Banda's rally 10. Dr Neo Simutanyi announcing results of his opinion poll 12. Neo Simutanyi stressing a point when anouncing results of his organisation's opinion poll 13. MMD Deputy National Secretary Chembe Nayangu (l) with UPND Secretary General Winston Chibwe and PF member of the central committee Sylvia Chalikosa (r) at the launch of the code of ethics 14. MMD Deputy National Secretary Chembe Nayangu (l) with UPND Secretary General Winston Chibwe and PF member of the central committee Sylvia Chalikosa at the launch of the code of ethics for parties 16. President Rupiah Banda addresses a meeting with business stakeholders at Mongu Trades 17. A driver and his passenger cheated death after the truck, registration number ACL 1848, which they were travelling in lost control and crashed into a building along Lumumba road 18. A driver and his passenger cheated death after the truck, registration number ACL 1848, which they were travelling in lost control and crashed into a building along Lumumba road. The scene attracted scores of onlookers 19. A van with campaign stickers for opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema makes its way along Malambo road in Lusaka 20. First Lady Thandiwe Banda tours State House clinic which she commissioned in Lusaka 21. First Lady Thandiwe Banda cuts a ribbon with Lusaka District Medical Officer Roy Chavuma at the commissioning of the State House clinic in Lusaka 22. First Lady Thandiwe Banda is shown some of the modern medical equipment by State House Health center-in-charge Martha Chiboola when she commissioned the clinic in Lusaka 23. Some television camera operators shooting the MTN-FAZ super league match between Nchanga rangers and Green Buffaloes on top of the grand stand at Woodlands stadium 24. Green Buffaloes goalkeeper Dave Kaumbwa makes a saving during the MTN-FAZ super league match at Woodlands stadium 25. Nhcnga Rangers’ Joseph Sitali and Green Buffaloes’ Joe Lungu in action during the MTN-FAZ super league match at Woodlands stadium in Lusaka
Nice pics LT. Wana go back home.
Pic #23 , are those guys on the roof top insured? And is it legal to do that , standing on top a high roof without protective gear? What does the Zambian law say. And if the heavy wind is to blow them off the roof or if the roof which obviously was not designed to support human beings with their cameras , is to collapse and cause death to many people, who would be to blame for such irresponsible behaviour, ZNBC, the Stadium owner, the council or the Zambia government?
Sorry I just strongly feel that this is wrong and should be stopped immediately and if there is no law against this, we need to enact one immediately.
pic#23, thats very dangerous, you mean there are no facilities at the stadium to accommodate the media????????????????????
where are pictures of the Presido pa 21st September 22011 MCS
Wina azalila. 2011 ni donchi
VIK VAID ALEMONEKA NISAKALA MWEE….
Don’t forget to watch the debate for presidential candidates this evening. I don’t think it has ever happend in Southern Africa. I love my country, we are pioneers. Nizeeeeee
Thandiwe wrist watch is too big for a small thin woman’s arm.
Every time they open a clinic, they write modern equipments. What seem to be modern is outdated in western countries.
I like picture #23. Where is Mr Capitalist to shed more light on this? Why do blacks risk their lives?
Lets be fair guys, when PF went to MMD strong hold in Eastern power, no one blocked them (Eastern Province are mature pipo), now look at Mansa they want to block the VP. What kind of pipo are from this area? And this shows what kind of pf leaders are……………………thats why u can never form a govt
#10 So you really believe that a country like Zambia would be able to compete with the medical equipment provided in countries that have much bigger economies? Why do you always have to shift the goal posts? When a medical facility is provided, you have to quickly find something else to complain about. Do you really think that Sata will be able to provide the latest state of the art medical equipment, whilst cutting your tax, building new houses and putting more money in your pocket in 90 days? We want the best for our county but we should also be realistic in our expectations. We are not children after all.
Spare us of the red cobra in mdern day Zambia. #23 is this what we call development? Where is work safety in Zambia?
#22, I vote for ka Martha.
Please Reporters do us a favour by rereading your reports before you publish them, for Joseph Sitali plays for Power Dynamoes and not Nchanga Rangers.
NOW NOW you can show pic 1 but still cant get us good pics of the Ndola stadium seriously guys need some pics
Ma Picture aya, Muyenda chabe kwamene mufuna Olo mu kunka NEWS? The Camera men on Woodlands Stadium Roof are safe, though I doubt if the stand has been inspected by a Structural Engineer from Lusaka City Council. Am told they only have two City Engineers for the whole Lusaka City Council Jurisidiction!
Prof Nkandu Luo looks like a bloke :-)
Yes just like your mother!
Show us your mama’s Passport pic. or else go back to K360 were you belong!!
Malilisho. Batata muli chipuba. Is that what you call safe? Infact namichindikako nokumichindika. Should have said ulichipuba. Those are lives on there you fool! Why don`t we see it in the west?
Picture# 19: HH, the biggest vote spoiler in Zambia only to be followed by Mr lawman Miyanda. We are yet to hear from Miyanda come end of the elections. He is our special elections petitioner or has he this time around been bought by RB. He has lately become the special guest at every national function (funerals, church peace prayers etc) in Lusaka when everybody else is busy traversing the country side campaigning. What a future president!!!!!!!!. It looks like Zambia for Mr Miyanda is synonymous to Lusaka only and the media covers him very much. Heritage Party is indeed a finished party
#1 Lupiya will pay heavily for allowing the costruction of the mosque in a residential place. Residents, keep the fight and don’t sell your houses as these muslims will come and buy them.
Thandi naka wig kapa China! awe zoona ni zimya mwandi
Picture no.# 04. Mambala uyu ni dealer. Adya makwacha ya zambia pamodzi na MMD & ECZ. 20th september KUYA BEBELE. ITS PABWATOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
In a Christian nation, where were the Christian churches when the mosque was taking form. It’s words and deeds we defend our blessings and salvation for all. Imagine how many souls will be lost to the influence of Islam in Rhodes park. amazed am I.
#4 – The UPG manager looks like a crook.
#24 You are such a religious bigot! Some of us Zambians believe that the Christian declaration should be removed and religious freedom and tolerance promoted. Why should you impose your world view on me or somebody else? Muslims live in Zambia and pay taxes just like everybody else. Why should they not be allowed to build a place of worship? Is this the first time that a mosque has been built in Zambia? And what is so special about Christianity, a religion brought to us by the same people who enslaved us for 400 years and then colonised us?You need to free yourself from mental slavery.
#25 Does he? I dont think he looks like Sata myself.
#28 – thats childish. How does the name of Sata come in when my assertion of gentleman was based by his picture appearance. Grow up you one dimensional thinker.
ka PF foot soldier pa #5 inuma, kuti nakalya!
#29 You mentioned that the guy looks like a crook – that is how Sata came up, really do I have to spell it out for you? Ok then, CROOK = MICHEAL CHILUCIFER SATANA. Hope this helps.
City ya Moto stadium still looks the same after 25 years, those morons on the roof are a danger to fans below, maybe one day i’ll come in, purchase my beloved team and stadium…build a modern league stadium with in-door facilities like bars, conference, gym etc and bring back the glory days..I hope they are not using lime paint to paint the walls.
Nice pics.#2 Great Zambian gentlemen and lady.#5 PF- Foot Soldier wani sekesa.
please PF send foot soldiers to Chelston area because i have not seen none.i have only seen foot soldiers from upnd and mmd. please madam LUO you need to work so hard.its nice to see pf foot soldiers on this blog though.
# 1 I love the beautiful workmanship I wish you would participate in construction of other public buildings for the country such as schools, hospitals, district administrations, clinics
Saudi Arabia is said to be the Islamic State or Kingdom. There are other countries like Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Indonesia and many other countries both in Europe, Asia and Africa that are Muslim strongholds. I encourage everyone who is interested to please make a research and find out if Christians can easily be given a right to build their Churches wherever they want.Do Christians in these countries have freedom of worship?
I am not against Islam and Muslims but if justice has to be done we should be looking at equal treatment of one another. One day Zambia will wake up to a rude shock of some mistakes it is making now but then it will be too late
That ain’t not my Brave Rangers exe!
shooting from the roof top, nga bapona? awe shuwa ku zambia
Pic # 8 Red carpet mu michanga
Pic # 21. Lusakatimes that is NOT Lusaka District Medical Officer Dr Roy Chavuma cutting the ribbon with Thandiwe. Check your stories before you publish them.
Pic 23 , why should someone be on the roof top? Thats putting themselves and everybody in the grand stand at risk.
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