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Civil servants with placards denouncing Central Province permanent secretary Inutu Subu at the Kabwe government offices
Civil servants with placards denouncing Central Province permanent secretary Inutu Subu at the Kabwe government offices

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Civil Servants wait for Inutu Suba to come out of her office at the provincial administration offices in Kabwe
Civil Servants wait for Inutu Suba to come out of her office at the provincial administration offices in Kabwe

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Civil Servants wait for Central Province Permanent Secretary Inutu Suba to come out of her office at the provincial administration offices in Kabwe
Civil Servants wait for Central Province Permanent Secretary Inutu Suba to come out of her office at the provincial administration offices in Kabwe

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Central province Permanent Secretary Inutu Suba iswhisked away by police officers after civil servants threatened to grag her out of her office in Kabwe
Central province Permanent Secretary Inutu Suba iswhisked away by police officers after civil servants threatened to drag her out of her office in Kabwe

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Central province Permanent Secretary Inutu Suba iswhisked away by police officers after civil servants threatened to grag her out of her office
Central province Permanent Secretary Inutu Suba iswhisked away by police officers after civil servants threatened to drag her out of her office

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Former Communications and Transport Minister Dora Siliya leaves the Lusaka Magistrate court with lawyer Erick Silwamba
Former Communications and Transport Minister Dora Siliya leaves the Lusaka Magistrate court with lawyer Erick Silwamba

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National Airports Corporation managing director Robinson Misital after testifying in Dora Siliya's radar case at the Lusaka Magistrate Court
National Airports Corporation managing director Robinson Misital after testifying in Dora Siliya’s radar case at the Lusaka Magistrate Court

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Dr Kaunda (r), Foreign Affairs Minister Given Lubinda (c) and Zambians Ambassador to ethiopia Francis Simenda before attending the African Union Summit in Addis Ababa
Dr Kaunda (r), Foreign Affairs Minister Given Lubinda (c) and Zambians Ambassador to Ethiopia Francis Simenda before attending the African Union Summit in Addis Ababa

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Swaziland Royal Highness Inkhosikati LaMatsebula receives flowers with First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport for the 6th Stop Cervical Cancer in Africa
Swaziland Royal Highness Inkhosikati LaMatsebula receives flowers while First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba looks on upon her arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport for the 6th Stop Cervical Cancer in Africa

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Swaziland Royal Highness Inkhosikati LaMatsebula with First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba
Swaziland Royal Highness Inkhosikati LaMatsebula with First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba

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Northern Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba (r) with his counterpart for Agriculture and Livestock Dr. Davis Shamulenge (l) during in Kasama during Shamulenge's familiarisation tour of Muchinga province
Northern Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba (r) with his counterpart for Agriculture and Livestock Dr. Davis Shamulenge (l) during in Kasama during Shamulenge’s familiarisation tour of Muchinga province

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Northern Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba (r) with his counterpart for Agriculture and Livestock Dr. Davis Shamulenge (c) during in Kasama during Shamulenge's familiarisation tour of Muchinga province
Northern Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba (r) with his counterpart for Agriculture and Livestock Dr. Davis Shamulenge (c) during in Kasama during Shamulenge’s familiarisation tour of Muchinga province

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Works are progressing steadily at the Lewanika Hospital in Mongu. Here, workers captured at the construction site
Works are progressing steadily at the Lewanika Hospital in Mongu. Here, workers captured at the construction site

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Works are progressing steadily at the Lewanika Eye Hospital in Mongu. Here, workers captured at the construction site
Works are progressing steadily at the Lewanika Eye Hospital in Mongu. Here, workers captured at the construction site

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General Hospital acting Medical Officer Dr. David Kasongole talks to construction workers during the inspection of the Eye Hospital at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu
General Hospital acting Medical Officer Dr. David Kasongole talks to construction workers during the inspection of the Eye Hospital at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu

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Essa on the podium in Uganda
Essa on the podium in Uganda

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Mohammed Essa (r) and his Zimbabwean co-driver Greg Stead on the Shell Pearl of Africa Uganda Rally podium on Sunday at Silver Springs hotel where he won the national rally in that country
Mohammed Essa (r) and his Zimbabwean co-driver Greg Stead on the Shell Pearl of Africa Uganda Rally podium on Sunday at Silver Springs hotel where he won the national rally in that country

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Lee Kanjanja of Lusaka slides tackle Moses Chambwe of Southern Province during a match between Lusaka and Southern province in the on going Airtel Rising stars competition
Lee Kanjanja of Lusaka slides tackle Moses Chambwe of Southern Province during a match between Lusaka and Southern province in the on going Airtel Rising stars competition

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An unidentified woman buys fresh vegetables outside NAPSA building in Solwezi from 10-year old White Nguvu Zangamene area in Solwezi town
An unidentified woman buys fresh vegetables outside NAPSA building in Solwezi from 10-year old White Nguvu in Zangamene area in Solwezi town
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40 COMMENTS

  1. Hate is such a strong word to use on another human being. Its very unzambian to express such strong loathing over work related issues. Please tone down

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  2. @ pic # 1, awe thats not right. even if you hate Lozis just keep it to yourselves. don’t display your ignorance like that. but again this is a leason all Lozis should learn, this Inutu Suba lady is daunting your image that Lozis are bad. in Livingstone she was rejected and now in Kabwe same. What kind of a leader is she?

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  3. ‘Quite’?  did he mean quit or quiet, surely thats threatening someones life and some sort of crime.

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    • Its supposed to read ‘quit’… imagine a civil servant who cannot spell correctly. i wonder the type of correspondence that goes on in these offices

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  4. Pic #1, Elsewhere outside Zambia to display such hate and threats of murder are enough to have someone prosecuted and convicted. Are these civil servants telling the world that their anger and hatred for that woman was fueled more by the fact that she is Lozi? Zambia! #6 Slumdog, I agree with you totally.

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    • Forget. He had the right of way..Kafue road is a busy road and a highway. it is not shanty roads with all these pedestrian crossing

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  5. This woman was in southern province right? I mean the permanent secretary. Why do they always protest? Am guessing there is an attitude problem with her amongst people. Anyway, nice images. 

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  6. Something wrong with Inutu or are these workers just communicating to each other so that she is perceived the same way wherever she goes. They call it attribution in management and then they form an opinion of you based on the previous happenings. It just takes a small wrong thing from you to trigger a big reaction from the workers. Perception by attribution.

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  7. THE INUTU SUBA LESSON IS THAT YOU DON’T TRANSFER INCOMPETENCES.
    NOW I DON’T KNOW WHERE HER BOSS WILL MOVE THE WOUND TO.
    MOVING FROM L/STONE WAS NOT SOLVING THE PROBLEM WITHIN A PERSON AS A COMMON FACTOR IN THIS CASE.

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  8. PS Suba is one contraversial person. I remember C/servants in Southern Province once protested against her leadership style. To Essa, bravo my man. Keep da flag flying high!

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  9. The First Lady has such a radiant smile! Zambian civil servants just want workshops and travels – whenever a prudent PS puts an end to this, they complain! Nothing wrong with Inutu Suba – everything wrong with Zambian civil service attitudes!

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    • @13, I totally agree with you.There is nothing wrong with Suba,it is just that these civil servants want to make allowances dubiously. I wish there could be more people like Suba who know how to guard our country’s finances  for the benefit for every citizen .

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  10. The ‘Last Week In Pictures’ cannot be complete without pictures showing the president’s trip abroad and meetings with foreign businessmen. He was away for nearly a week and surely it very important that we see what was cooking.

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    • Why don’t you go along and take your own pics………hahahahahaha, chakubaba ka!!!!!

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  11. Maybe this Inutu Suba lady suffers from a “superiority complex” that rubs other people a wrong way. How can the same woman keep getting into similar problems with her junior workers everywhere she goes? First it was in Livingstone and now Kabwe. And who is the common denominator? Inutu Suba!

    The sign saying “Go back to Barotse, we hate you!” tells the whole story. I suspect Inutu has some tribal superiority attitudes that her fellow civil servants find distasteful. She needs to do some serious soul searching before some day a mob somewhere succeeds in lynching her!

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  12. @15, msana wanzili:

    It is foreign aid to our impoverished neighbor…..they can’t afford such essentials on their own….hahahaha!!!!!!!

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  13. Pics 12 & 13. I think we have aged. I cant even recognize Dr Shamulenge. 1975-1979 class at Hillcrest Technical Secondary School. We were together.

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  14. Looking good there KK and may God keep blessing you.I hope i’ll be in such good shape when i’m your age.

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  15. Pic 1-6, BITTERNESS against Suba.

    Pic 8 , Misitala BITTERNESS against Siliya.

    Pic 9, AU BITTERNESS against KK for NOT giving him honors.

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  16. Pic # 5 Inutu’s expression is that of “mwachepasana” she must be a very arrogant lozi like most of them. Pic #7, Dora akota. Pic # 20, poor boy, to think that his friends are on X-boxes, Ipads, PS2s,how long does he have to stand there just to offload that heap of “lepu.”

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  17. Leave Suba alone you lazy civil servants. When a tough boss ensures that you work for your money you don’t want him / her. All you are thinking of is to play cards or watch pornos on the internet. MMD syndrome.

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  18. civil servants in zambia are very lazy, they would want every time to work with a ps who would be able to orgsnise workshops them all the time so that they can accumulate allowances not the one who is financially disciplined,punctuality,hard working like inutu suba. That is why you see all those protests.

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  19. DORA BUM BUM HAS LOST SOME WEIGHT, PROBLEMS HEHE BOMA NIBOMA MWANA THAT BAT WILL FINISH & YOUR PANTIES WILL BE SAGGING. lOL

    THE FIRST LADY IS SUCH A BOOM, HEY VERY BEAUTTIFUL UMUFYASHI KANSHI PAMULU. NI SWILILILI!!!!

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  20. Photo 14, 15 and 16, Is Lewanika now accepting to build in Western Province? Land is for Zambia and they should stop the retrogressive policy of failure to let government and individuals from developing the land! Ubututu!

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  21. Dora should have been a role model for Zambian women.  But she thought she was too powerful and above the law. What a pity…

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  22. Mansana wa nzili be informed that this hospital was mmd project with the netherlands and zambia is not coughing out a penny.

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  23. First lady looks great. Does the guy satisfy her to the fullest. Led a mob – am available!  I rest my case!

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  24. That Suba inutu she I useless I met her once at musamu chemist in Livingstone she is tweet and useless corrupt pompous woman

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