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Saturday, May 15, 2021

Last Weekend in Pictures

Photo Gallery Last Weekend in Pictures

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President Sata's son Gerald with a friend merry-making on an elephant in Livingstone
President Sata’s son Gerald with a friend merry-making on an elephant in Livingstone

2.

President with his spokesperson George Chellah (r) and Chief Mukuni (l) when he arrived in Livcingstone for political campaigns
President Sata with his spokesperson George Chellah (r) and Chief Mukuni (l) when he arrived in Livingstone for political campaigns

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President with his spokesperson George Chellah (r) and Chief Mukuni (l) when he arrived in Livcingstone for political campaigns.
President with his spokesperson George Chellah (r) and Chief Mukuni (l) when he arrived in Livingstone for political campaigns.

4.

President Sata dishing out prizes at the trade fair in Ndola
President Sata dishing out prizes at the Trade Fair in Ndola

5.

A mother and her children languishing in the open after they were evicted because their retired father was chased out of their house because of non payment of house rentals in Kitwe
A mother and her children languishing in the open after they were evicted because their retired father was chased out of their house because of non payment of house rentals in Kitwe

6.

Families for retirees who were evicted from their homes because of non payment of house rentals in Kitwe
Families for retirees who were evicted from their homes because of non payment of house rentals in Kitwe

7.

Soccer comentator Deniss Liwewe captured chatting with youths at the trade fair in Ndola.
Legendary Soccer comentator Deniss Liwewe captured chatting with youths at the trade fair in Ndola.

8.

Village Headmen, Vitumba mfumu performs a ritual at the Ntongo traditional ceremony in Mufumbwe over the weekend.
Village Headmen, Vitumba mfumu performs a ritual at the Ntongo traditional ceremony in Mufumbwe over the weekend.

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Americans student from Seattle University participates in dances at the Lwiindi traditional ceremony in Monze at the weekend. They are on attached the Mukanzubo cultural centre
American students from Seattle University participate in dances at the Lwiindi traditional ceremony in Monze at the weekend. They are on attachment with the Mukanzubo cultural centre

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An American student from Seattle University participates in dances at the Lwiindi traditional ceremony in Monze at the weekend. He is on attached the Mukanzubo cultural centre
An American student from Seattle University participates in dances at the Lwiindi traditional ceremony in Monze at the weekend. He is on attachment with the Mukanzubo cultural centre

11.

An American student from Seattle University participates in dances at the Lwiindi traditional ceremony in Monze at the weekend. He is on attached the Mukanzubo cultural centre .
An American student from Seattle University participates in dances at the Lwiindi traditional ceremony in Monze at the weekend. He is on attachment with the Mukanzubo cultural centre .

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An American student from Seattle University participates in dances at the Lwiindi traditional ceremony in Monze at the weekend. He is on attached the Mukanzubo cultural centre in the district
An American student from Seattle University participates in dances at the Lwiindi traditional ceremony in Monze at the weekend. He is on attachment with the Mukanzubo cultural centre in the district

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Dancers entertain guests at the Lwiindi traditional ceremony in Monze
Dancers entertain guests at the Lwiindi traditional ceremony in Monze

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Dancers entertain guests at the Ntongo traditional ceremony in Mufumbwe at the weekend
Dancers entertain guests at the Ntongo traditional ceremony in Mufumbwe at the weekend

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Mukumbi cultural dancers entertain guests during the Ntongo tradtional ceremony in Mufumbwe at the weekend.
Mukumbi cultural dancers entertain guests during the Ntongo tradtional ceremony in Mufumbwe at the weekend.

16.

An Iranian exhibitor bows towards Mecca and prays after conducting business at the Trade fair in Ndola.
An Iranian exhibitor bows towards Mecca and prays after conducting business at the Trade fair in Ndola.

17.

The Lusaka stadium being erected along the great north road has shaped up. Here, the structure being worked on by Chinese contractors
The Lusaka stadium being erected along the Great North road has shaped up. Here, the structure being worked on by Chinese contractors

18.

Zambia National Soccer team players in training at the Olympic Youth Development Centre in Lusaka in readiness for a friendly match against Malawi
Zambia National Soccer team players in training at the Olympic Youth Development Centre in Lusaka in readiness for a friendly match against Malawi

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Zambia National Soccer team players in training at the Olympic Youth Development Centre in Lusaka
Zambia National Soccer team players in training at the Olympic Youth Development Centre in Lusaka

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Zambia National Soccer team players in training at the Olympic Youth Development Centre in Lusaka.
Zambia National Soccer team players in training at the Olympic Youth Development Centre in Lusaka.

34 COMMENTS

  1. Pic 12
    How do  you Tonga villagers expect mizimu to bring adequate rain when you are introducing bazwakule kumalende. Macu ! Niswabile maswe sha mbuya

  2. That American boy from Seattle University, is mental, the boy will write a first class thesis when he goes back to Uni.

  3. If we had enterprising forward thinking individuals at Football House and not obtuse former footballers and club admins., those training pitches at Olympic Youth Development Centre would have been upgraded to FIFA rated training grounds with state of art gyms…makes absolute sense instead of flying the whole 30+ national team players, FAZ m’gt and FAZ backroom staff  to Kalu’s home in RSA and booking them in his chosen 5 star hotel (finder’s fee inc). 

    • I think it is better to fly the team to a place where they are not disturbed and can focus. Nicer facilities do not hurt too

    • That’s what FAZ wants you believe so as you look the other way… trust me anybody can be disturbed anywhere, any place in this day of texting and social networks, you don’t need to travel to Europa, Ganymede or Callisto for tranquility…all you need is strict rules for the players and family to adhere to…time to sit down and carry out a Cost Benefit analysis to the tax payer.

  4. every human being has the right to neccessities like shelter. where are the human rights educators in the country? and for those who claim that Zambia recognises the human rights under the bill of rights, justify your claim.

  5. Which one is the mother of Sata’s son, is it Christine, one of bishop Mpundu’s sisters, or Inutu Subulwa?

  6. #8 Msana wanzili How does the training kit look like? As far as I am concerned I think that is the training kit they are putting on. If you have noticed there are no names at the back of the jerseys. Besides they have a full sponsorship deal with Nike so my guess is that Nike is obliged to dress them up well.

  7. I liked pic #1 but pics #5 & 6 have touched my heart. LT set up an account for the family. How cruel can people be to others?

  8. @Mashlarro – what are the details. You might just get yourself into a bind and become their principal supporter. Meantime, it would be a great idea to figure out what the situation is and how it can be resolved in a sustainable way with the landlord…shelter is a right – not a privilege…

  9. Nice Job by the Chines. RB told me this one will even be better than the one in Ndola. We need to start bidding to Host the next Africa Cup… This is How money is made and economies are improved. Kupwalala ba PF government na ba Sata.

  10. Ba LT should make an effort and put some names to those picture how can you say an exhibitor praying, even that elephant in that photo probably has a name if you bothered to ask!!

  11. Chief mukuni na kalufumo ka nsokanda. People in zambia look very unhealthy, too big stomachs, very ugly faces and dirty grounds, such that when one farts pollution would be everywhere.

  12. How do people survive there, just had dinner Scottish Haddock, coated with Golden Ground Maize

    I feel sorry for myself at times to see such backward living, this is a scandle

    Thanks

  13. I wish I was in Monze, with those Seatle University students kuli ubuchende no play… especially white students, they are there just to feel how deep they go into them.

  14. #21 Mushota i am with you this time for as long as you don’t pull down your race and colour. Zambia is backward because we have people who think the market is every space you see in town. Our country is beautiful if cleanness can be maintained with no street vending. Look at Namimbia. No streed vending and the towns are clean.

  15. #f12 Kalok. iwa proposing a temporal solution to get the family back in the house. as #23 mentioned, they are the victim of GRZ. no money in their pockets but in the minister’s pockets.

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