Home Rural News Feature Rural News The New Cabinet in Pictures Rural NewsFeature Rural NewsLifestylePhoto Gallery The New Cabinet in Pictures October 3, 2011 578 51 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Print Linkedin Email Viber 1. President Michael Sata welcomes First Republican President Kenneth Kaunda at State House 2. President Michael Sata talks to First Republican President Kenneth Kaunda 3. President Michael Sata talks to First Republican President Kenneth Kaunda 4. President Michael Sata announces members of the new cabinet at State House in Lusaka 5. President Michael Sata receives an affidavit from Vice President Guy Scott at the swearing-in ceremony at State House 6. President Michael Sata shakes hands with Vice President Guy Scott at the swearing-in ceremony at State House 7. Newly appointed Vice President Guy Scott shakes hands with a member of staff on his arrival at State House in Lusaka 8. President Michael Sata receives an affidavit from the new Information Broadcasting and Tourism Minister Given Lubinda at the swearing-in ceremony at State House. 9. President Michael Sata receives an affidavit from Local Government Minister Nkandu Luo at the swearing-in ceremony at State House 10. President Michael Sata receives an affidavit from Defense Deputy Minister Panji Kaunda at the swearing-in ceremony at State House 11. President Michael Sata shakes hands with newly appointed State House Special Assistant for Press and Pubic Relations George Chellah at State House 12. President Michael Sata receives an affidavit from newly appointed Minister of Justice Sebastian Zulu at the swearing-in ceremony at State House 13. President Michael Sata receives an affidavit from newly appointed Defense Minister Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba at the swearing-in ceremony at State House 14. Members of the new Cabinet at the swearing in ceremony at State House 15. Members of the new Cabinet at the swearing in ceremony at State House 16. President Michael Sata is accompanied by the newly appointed State House Special Assistant for Press and Pubic Relations George Chellah (left) at State House 17. Newly appointed Community Development, Mother and Child Health Deputy Minister Jean Kapata 18. Newly appointed Minister of Chiefs and Traditional Affairs Inonge Wina celebrates her appointment at State House. 19. Newly appointed Minister of Information, Broadcasting and Tourism Given Lubinda is interviewed by journalists after the announcement of members of the new cabinet at State House in Lusaka. 20. Newly appointed Defense Minister Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba 21. Newly appointed Finance Deputy Minister Alfreda Kansembe 22. Newly appointed Lands, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma 23. Newly appointed Transport, Works, Supply and Communications Minister Willie Nsanda is interviewed by journalists at State House. 24. Newly appointed Foreign Affairs Minister Chishimba Kambwili 25. Newly appointed Information, Broadcasting and Tourism Deputy Minister Forrie Tembo 26. Newly appointed Commerce, trade and Industry Deputy Minister Keith Mukata 27. Newly appointed Local Government and Housing Minister Nkandu Luo 28. Newly appointed Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda 29. Newly appointed Labour, Sports, Youth and Gender Minister Fackson Shamenda is helped to wear his jacket properly on his arrival at State House 30. Newly appointed Labour, Sports, Youth and Gender Minister Fackson Shamenda arrives at State House. 31. New appointed ministers Geoffrey Mwamba (left), for Defense and Kennedy Sakeni for Home Affairs walk hand-in-hand after the announcement of members of the new cabinet at State House. 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Balemoneka ukushipula already.Anyway still mwela onse…. it is donchi kubeba at work.Congrats ladies and gentlemen for those appointments. 0 0 At least pali ba Nsanda you shud have done what they call ‘editing out’ 0 0 :)>- 0 0 Congratulations to the new powerful Cabinet! 0 0 Good Cabinet, a mixture of old and New! Let us give them chance and support to revamp the economy of Zambia. Also not forgetting to Lock RUPIAH, KUNDA, VERNON, WILLIAM AND Others, Just to mention a few. This will teach a lesson to those who would want to steal. All the Best GUYSS:):)>- 0 0 The Zed Team, these guys look so humble hope the continue with that spirit. The should learn from RB and Team that pride comes before the fall. 0 0 What about me mr president, i made a small financial sacrifice to pf party, Dont forget me 0 0 Yeah just lock up the RB, Dora, William etc precisely just for fun. We will appreciate. These guys MUST be found guilty whether they like it or not!! 0 0 OMG what a cabinet full of Tushikulu . I wont expect much from this bunch 0 0 Too many old people …………….no…………. 0 0 fellow countrymen and women ,this looks to be a good team but i have reservations on GBM as defence minister and Chishimba Kambwili as foreign Affairs. Kambwili has no diplomatic traits would have prefered Kabinga Pande….as for GBM he could have done better at Labour. As for my first son Panji yes he needs to be rewarded for the sacrifices he has made 0 0 Prof Luo should work on the councils to implement some of the by laws that are dead. Such as the time for opening and closing of bars and bottle stores and proper selling points for alcohol. It will reduce on some of the lawlessness we are seeing on the streets. No alcohol sales at Comesa and other unauthorised outlets. We need sanity in this area. 0 0 Senior Citizens given an opportunity to prepare bucket lists from a vantage point 0 0 Let me real work and change begin. only concerned about GBM,defence is a serious ministry. 0 0 Let the real work and change begin. only concerned about GBM,defence is a serious ministry. 0 0 Hmmmm…………nkote zeka zeka.Viva old recycled politicians. 0 0 Enigma, Dont worry, this is a well thought through Cabinet, GBM has a soldier deputising him, Col. Panji Kaunda, he will help him run that Ministry properly. thank God all DCs are fired from job!!!! 0 0 What a bunch of ugly faces – is ugliness a pre-requisite? 0 0 I have trying to look out for the newly appointed Minister of mines in the pictures above but I can’t spot him out…did he miss the swearing in or what? 0 0 GRANDFINALE KABONDE FIRED.MD ZESCO ZWA.ALL DISTIRICT COMMISSIONERS PYA, ALL THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR,ZESCO,NAPSA,AND ZRA PISHAD NO SECRETARY TO THE TREASURY AND MATHANI GETS BACK HIS FINANCE BANK..OOOOOOOOO GOD IS GREAT THATS MY MAN OF ACTION H.E CHILUFYA AT WORK.NEXT MR PRESIDENT FIRE ALL THE SERVISE MEN THEY WERE INTIMIDATING THEIR JUNIORS NOT TO VOTE FOR YOU. 0 0 #17 Kekekeke. Your funny(as the Americans say)! 0 0 Worst zambian cabinet ever 0 0 No doubt a significant change in the history of Zambian politics. However, people should be more concerned about the long term than the short term. MCS was in previous regimes and while he “worked” nothing he left was sustainable. As soon as he left his posts things disintegrated back to what they were. A sucessful leader leaves systems that will work even when they have left. Refer to the Orange Revolution of Ukraine in 2004 and the Egyptian revolution…regimes that come in on a hype soon find that all they used to criticize as opposition members isn’t as easy to sort out as they initially thought….this government needs to bury its head in work and stop playing for the crowd. Showmanship is for campaigns…yambani kusebenza manje!! 0 0 Systems yes.so what about corporates that fail with the same CEO they had in success.Michael was minister of health ,local government a long time ago.Things change,new governments come with new systems etc.Dont blame the man for his succeses 0 0 By the end of 90 days Zambia will have been cleansed and ready to wear amatebela ya nyu and focused on the job of transforming Zambia into a first world country. 0 0 Good to see some of the faces behind the names we read. I wish them all success and hope they deliver 100% in their respective ministries. I may not be in Zambia right now but have a strong feeling that people will start to things hapenning soon. Mr. Sata is doer. Action is what Zambia (and the entire African continent) needs. So much talking has already been done. 0 0 hahahahahaha @ 29 the man is too old, will he be able to deliver development to Zambia when he cant put on well his jacket? What a disgrace,,,,,, Old people will not do any good to our economy. 0 0 Regional, Tribal and Sexist cabinet under the Spitting King Cobra. It will go pear shaped very soon. No amount of ‘bane twikatena’ will save these criminals. There will be no live TV coverage when the Zambian Revolution sweeps away this Tribal Dictatorship! 0 0 well done, they will deliver and time will tell. nice pictures 0 0 PICT #2 “You said that I was not Presidential material, now I will show you that I am better than you,” Sata tells KK. 0 0 PICT #3 “I can’t remember ever saying that. And what are you doing in my house,” KK tells Sata. 0 0 PICT #6 President Sata and VP Dr Guy Scott have shaken hands very differently from the way all the others are shaking hands. Hey, what’s going on? There is a secret code here. 0 0 And the same hand shake for George Chellah! 0 0 PF has no consideration for the youth. No youth has been considered for any positions in cabinet. They should fight very hard to get rid of PF despite having supported them. Iam now regretting having supported them. 0 0 Ba Panji, you can even see that he is desperate indeed, he even had to kneel for a job of a deputy minister of defense, shame. Zambia will never have credible, civil servants to serve the people because all these are just bootlickers and tax payers consumers who cannot do anything for themselves apart of being government dependants. Mukata the defecter, shame on you, you defended Lafarge’s pollution in Chilanga as their lawyer, what do you think you can do in PF, you are just a job seeker, and you are the same people likey to corrupt PF as a clean party. Mukata is really dangerous, pf watch this man. 0 0 What is the average age of the new cabinet. The you should also get involved in politics. No wonder the country is outdated. 0 0 Pics 29,30,31- Ironic and funny that the minister for youth and sports is an old man while the minister for defence is a fat guy. This will make the fat defence chiefs we have feel its okay for them to continue to be fat.How can fat people defend the country when you have to be very fit to run,crawl,climb and throw grenades like a professional in defence of mother zambia. 0 0 What a tribal cabinet? One man show and no consultations on a one Zambia one nation principle. Zambia may be headed for destruction if this man is not checked. 0 0 GBM, how are you going to inspire your soldiers? We need a fitness minister to help keep our cabinet in good shape. A lot leaves to be desired. 0 0 A new CEO comes in and fires his Managing Directors as he wants to please the investors and make a name for himself. If he is experienced in the business, he will just be successful. Otherwise, he will be making a big mistake as he will think he can do things he used to do at his previous organisation. And that if he has experience. In all new changes, this CEO will need to hold meetings and reason with his subordinates. But if he is just making decisions out of frustration, then I call that a lack of emotional intelligence. Mind, it’s not the question of strategy that gets us into trouble; it’s a question of emotions. 0 0 And to all those accusing others of being tribalists, this is the 21st century and be civilised. I call myself Zambian and am very proud to be one. But am saddened to notice comments from my fellow Zambians demeaning other tribes like the Tonga. Surely, what’s the point? Who is the majority in the new cabinet? One Zambia one nation! Don’t create problems out of nothing. Your PF has won and Sata is president. Period! Now is the time to work together as brothers and sisters for our country, and not talk as though you have a bedroom at statehouse. Get a life! 0 0 Please can we give chance to the President to finish his job of appointments as the constitution requires him to do.,then lets see them work.He is not a stupid a man,he has the power to remove those who will not perform incuding the V.P.,DEFENCE MINISTER,FINANCE OR FOREIGN MINISTER just to mention a few We are not children.We all know that the proclamation about sorting out everything in 90 days is not practical.I have just started a new job with Wal*Mart where as a Manager iam required to present a 100 day Plan,but this is just for them to see how capable iam at setting my own targets and work to achieve them,it does not mean that the period of my stay in the company will be determined by this plan.Mr Sata has 5 years in office as we all know. 0 0 Only Minister from number 17 to number 28 are young, vibrant,and seem to be strong enough to develop Zambia. The rest, including Sata himself are very old that development will remain a mere pipedream in Zambia. HH was the best.We made a very big mistake by apointing Sata as president.Watch and see. Next time please vote for HH. 0 0 PROPER CABINET, WORK EXTRA HAD PEOPLE. 0 0 Surprised to note that the new president has already run out of ideas. The only thing he is talking about is corruption! What is his opinion about economic development, the Barotseland issue and the Chinese. He campaigned on a popular message that he will get rid of the Chinese. 0 0 Well done Mr President 0 0 very bemba …. one zambia one nation … pleeeeeeeeeeeeeese 0 0 KK seems to have it easy. 0 0 It is a proper cabinet so far..but some chaps,thanks that you got rid of them,they think only for themselves,thank you to the advisers.i expected that, and i am not surprised.. 0 0 old Gs in the building ;) 0 0 Comments are closed.