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Saturday, June 19, 2021

The Week in Pictures

Photo Gallery The Week in Pictures

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Local Government Minister Nkandu Luo (l) cuts a ribbon at the handover of a K580 million fully furnished three bedroomed house to Jackson Mwiinga (with dread locks), a winner of the Airtel Frendzy promotion in Nyumba Yanga in Lusaka recently. Looking on is Airtel Managing Director Fayaz King.

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Information Broadcasting and Tourism Minister Fackson Shamenda (r) presents a present to visiting Japanese Parliamentary Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs Toshiyuki Kato during a courtesy call at Government complex in Lusaka recently

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Information Broadcasting and Tourism Minister Fackson Shamenda (right) receives a present from visiting Japanese Parliamentary Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs Toshiyuki Kato during a courtesy call at Government complex in Lusaka recently

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Information Broadcasting and Tourism Minister Fackson Shamenda (r) talks to visiting Japanese Parliamentary Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs Toshiyuki Kato during a courtesy call at Government complex in Lusaka recently.

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A protest organised by Transformation Research Center and Amnesty International in order to raise awareness over the manner in which the Zambia Government is handling the said "Cessation Clause " targeting Rwandese Refugees. courtesy J.Mandela

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A protest organised by Transformation Research Center and Amnesty International in order to raise awareness over the manner in which the Zambia Government is handling the said "Cessation Clause " targeting Rwandese Refugees. courtesy J.Mandela

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A protest organised by Transformation Research Center and Amnesty International in order to raise awareness over the manner in which the Zambia Government is handling the said "Cessation Clause " targeting Rwandese Refugees. Courtesy J.Mandela

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A protest organised by Transformation Research Center and Amnesty International in order to raise awareness over the manner in which the Zambia Government is handling the said "Cessation Clause " targeting Rwandese Refugees. Courtesy J.Mandela

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A protest organised by Transformation Research Center and Amnesty International in order to raise awareness over the manner in which the Zambia Government is handling the said "Cessation Clause " targeting Rwandese Refugees. Courtesy J.Mandela

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Patriotic Front Lusaka District Chairman Ashwell Kampengele addresses ward councilors at the Cooperative College in Lusaka

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Patriotic front ward councilors and party sympathizers are addressed by Lusaka district party chairman Ashwell Kampengele at the Cooperative College in Lusaka

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Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly Mkhondo Lungu (r) confers with provincial legislature for the Eastern Cape of South Africa Andrew Erasmus during the 5th Biennial Commonwealth Hansard Editors Association workshop in Lusaka

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Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly Mkhondo Lungu (l) with two editors from Ghana Lucy Engla (c) and Alhaji Issaka during the 5th Biennial Commonwealth Hansard Editors Association workshop in Lusaka.

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Fishermen and Fish mongers have defied the Fish ban police in Western Province with reasons that the Patriotic Front government promised that they would abolish the policy once in power. Fishing and selling have since been contained in all the districts of the province.

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Fishermen and Fish mongers have defied the Fish ban police in Western Province with reasons that the Patriotic Front government promised that they would abolish the policy once in power. Fishing and selling have since contained in all the districts of the province.

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A House currently being occupied by Police Officer in Mongu district in Western Province

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A House currently being occupied by Police Officer in Mongu district in Western Province

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A House currently being occupied by Police Officer in Mongu district in Western Province.

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Former Vice President George Kunda (c) with his two lawyers Sunday Nkonde (r) and Robison Malipenga leave the High Court after the petition hearing in Lusaka

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FORMER Vice President George Kunda (c) confers with his two lawyers Sunday Nkonde (r) and Robison Malipenga after the petition hearing at High Court in Lusaka

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MMD Mkaika Member of Parliament David Phiri (r) accompanied by his lawyer Sakwiba Sikota leave the High Court after his petition hearing in Lusaka.

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MMD Senga Member of Parliament Kapembwa Simbao talks on phone after his petition hearing at High Court in Lusaka.

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MMD RUFUNSA Member of Parliament Kenneth Chipungu (l) accompanied by a sympathizer leaves High Court after his petition hearing in Lusaka.

57 COMMENTS

  1. Pic 7 whats happening are we chasing the rwandans out of Zambia?Please let them stay ..do unto others as you would have them do unto you
    pic 16-18 no wonder the Lozi’s are pissed.could the government please do something about western province.Nabena why have they been quiet for so long.How do you live in such a house under those conditions without protesting?

    • We sheltered them during the Genocide, since Rwanda is safe now its high time they went back. Those words on the Banner “Zambia is for all are A real pain” which will make it even more reasonable to send them back.

  2. lol!!! let those refuges go back home. Peace has been restored in their country. They have become too free such that they are now protesting!!! ma rubbish. Even developed countries are now tightening rules on who shud legally stay in their countries. So you Rwandies, time to go and develop your country

  3. Rwanda should be a good country to retain to…my fear is that some of these people are the ones that were doing the killing and know what awaits them…
    Ba bwana’s house is really out this world,we are a poor country for sure but really MMD since 1992 has made us even more poorer then ever (and Sata was at the centre for ten years-YOU HAVE TO MAKE IT RIGHT!)…a curse to those criminals, making God’s people (not only cops) live in such terrible houses…all in the name of power…

  4. Oh lord and people expect that police officer living in that house to do his/her job properly and not be tempted to take a bribe with those conditions. Thats just wrong!!!!

  5. Yaba. Can you avoid nightmares when living in such a house? I bet he doesn’t enjoy his cable television because the roof can collapse any time.

  6. Pic No. 19 ba George Kunda koma banasila, basalila che kumubobo
    Pic No. 23 ba Chipungu bayamba kuyenda na nganga ku court

  7. pic # 16 – 18 Oh man! It is hard to believe someone can live in a structure like that. It makes me want to start a decent housing support group.

  8. The police house pictures say it all – P16 that is indeed a dog’s house! How can you expect police officers not to be corrupt if they live in such conditions.

    MMD a total disgrace to humanity – they should all go in for crimes against humanity – how can a human live in such a house and yet Liato buried K2.1bn, Thandiwe building luxury flats and hotels, RB’s sons driving porsche cayennes – what drug were these ppl on surely!!!!!!!

  9. Last picture, that man is not a sympathizer he is one of the powerful MMD lawyers.
    Police in Mongu are not corrupt, if they were, the Police Officer could repair that house himself from the extra money. I hope Sakeni will do something for the officers next week.

  10. heheheh I like the last pic.I thouht he is Chipungu’s lawyer..lol He is a jovial man.Sad for the Police Officer in Mongu.

  11. Looking at those pictures, It is just another nail in my feelings of Zambian men

    Deceit , mendacity and arrogance, It is the reason some of us have waved goodbye to men, I don’t think I would be satisfied with a Zambian man at all, and i mean my ego by the way

    Terrible pictures

    Thanks

  12. Picture #14 to #17 is outta disgrace. I mean this is deliberate on part of govt. Hw has govt allowed such detoriation this this extent? Do you expect morale among officer with such deplorable housing units.

  13. Nubian Princess, you took the words right out of my mouth!! Indeed, what’s up with that Zambian lawyers’ uniform thingee? Iss this the in thing among Zambian lawyers?

  14. That Mickey Mouse ‘lawyer Jacket’, what has happened to our guys, the look like they are runnig acircus.

    How ironic, infact the legal system in Zed is quite a circus…..

  15. Thank you for the clarification about the Lawyers’ uniforms. Typically, line cooks in hospitals and colleges wear striped pant in my area.

    Personally, I would be pissed if my lawyer showed up dressed as the ones in the pictures!

  16. Let us leave the lozis to go please we do not expect them to feel part of the country if a trained officer live like that.come on BRE keep fighting you will go like south Sudan. The Scottish also want to leave Britain. You are right go go

  17. That police officer can rebuilt his own fricking hands. Why do we have to always wait for hand outs. God gave us hand to use, free soil and a liitle bit of cement you can live better than that. Even americans who rich build their own houses. Pleeeeeeze!!!! baZambian we should start helping ourselves.

  18. That police officer can rebuilt his own fricking house by hand .. Why do we have to always wait for hand outs. God gave us hand to use, free soil and a liitle bit of cement you can live better than that. Even americans who rich build their own houses. Pleeeeeeze!!!! baZambian we should start helping ourselves.

  19. It is great to see Shamenda in govt, i think that is what every one waits for in life, to contribute to the affairs of his nation , i enjoy seing politicians arround but i canot be one of them

  20. @ Nubian you are right they do look like waiters. Is Liato lozi ? Fat Albert Liato should have used the ” deceased ” money he buried to build decent Police houses in Lozi land. I say GRZ should give the money to the Chinese and ask them to construct a brand new police compound , these guys- our people in uniform- do great work.
    Guys check out the dude in the Top Hat at the ribbon cutting ceremony in pic 1!!! I love Zedians , jokers to the core.

  21. #22 Mushota, Have you also considered the fact that Zambian men may not be satisfied with you. I mean, if your genetalia is as bucketed as your mouth, most if not all Zambian men detaste “swimming” and would revile copulation with you. Further, looking at your picture above, you apparently are also grossly disendowed of the feminine assets of the chest, I wonder what this “Last King of Scotland” saw in you. Maybe he is 100 years old and you’re a gold digging economic refugee, “konji aku yambukiseze bucembele ona mumbulu wahao yoo, basopo wena!”. By the way, what size blouse are you wearing?

  22. …….Snd back all those refugees, they now hav da balls 2 protest. Just read the words on the banner, they are quite a pain. I now understnd why this country is becomin noisy, there is too much freedom such that even foreigners are becoming too vocal!!!

  23. Haa! Shamenda is getting smart after 90 days. The beard trimmed, good suit with a matching tie. What does that mean?

  24. I was looking at some of your articles on this website and I think this internet site is rattling instructive! Retain putting up.

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