Photo Gallery The Week in Pictures By editor - December 21, 2012 48 11,136 views FacebookTwitterWhatsAppPrint 1. Chipolopolo captain Christopher Katongo with security staff at Victoria Hospital where the national soccer team underwent free medical checkups before departure for Tanzania for this weekend international friendly match 2. NATIONAL soccer team players ,Victoria Hospital director Janesh Naik(left) and some staff pose for a picture after national team underwent medical check up as demanded by the Confederations of Africa Football (CAF) before the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations finals in South Africa 3. Southern Province Permanent Secretary Dr. Chileshe Mulenga was upset with the working culture he found at Kaloma district hospital.Here is he emphasising on the time to report for work to Acting Nurse In-Charge Philip Safuli after he found that most medical personnel were not in by 07:45hours 4. Southern Province permanent secretary Chileshe Mulenga (middle) asks why a trolley is laying idle outside the Kalomo district hospital as acting nurse in charge Philip Safuli (left) looks on during an impromptu visit to the hospital 5. Senior Chief Mboroma of the Lala people in the Luano Valley.Luano is now a district 6. The Minister of Home Affairs, Honourable Edgar Lungu, hands over a Residency Permit to Phillipa, while her father, Jose and the out-going UNHCR Representative, looks on 7. Jose and his daughter, Phillipa, former Angolan refugees, show-off the newly acquired permits 8. 18-year-old Patience Makina,during the Meet Miss Pageant Zambia 2012 Finalists Cocktail Party at the LIV Night Club in Lusaka 9. North-Western province Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) Regional Coordinator Peter Kabaso (middle) talks the driver of the truck Tenford Chikundula (l),who escaped unhurt when a truck he was driving registration number ACT 1961, ferrying 500 x 50 kgs of FRA maize slipped off the Kabompo- Kasangiko bridge on the Ntambu- Solwezi road on Wednesday. 10. The trailer of the second truck belonging to Radikal Business Solutions of Kitwe ferrying 500x 50kilograms Food Reserve Agency (FRA) maize slips of the Kabompo – Kasangiko bridge into the Kabompo river and closed off the road,blocking other road users coming into and going out of Ntambu area in Mwinilunga on Wednesday. 11. North-Western province Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) Regional coordinator Peter Kabaso (standing on a concrete block) assessing the condition of the Kasangiko bridge in chief Ntambu’s area while Dave Kazembe,a local resident shows Mr Kabaso the condition of the bridge in Mwinilunga 12. Northern Province Permanent Secretary (PS) Hlobotaa Nkunika (left) looking at devastation caused by Army worms in Kantashya basin. 13. Southern province Permanent Secretary ( left) and Livingstone Airport manager Joseph Mumbi ( right) escort First Republican President Kenneth Kaunda to the VIP lounge at Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula international when he arrived in Livingstone for a short holiday 14. First Republican President Kenneth Kaunda on arrival at the Islands of Siankaba luxury lodge in Livingstone.On hand are Livingstone Mayor Aggrey Njekwa(middle) and Southern province Permanent Secretary Chileshe Mulenga (right) 15. First Lady Dr.Christine Kaseba, during a panel Session at the launch of the findings and implications of the Global Burden of Diseases Study 2012 at the Royal Society in London 16. Police fought running battles with residents of Chamboli and Wusakile townships who wanted to loot cobalt from a truck which overturned at Wusakile roundabout when the driver lost control. Above is the truck blocking the road and causing traffic congestion 17. H.E. Mr. Makayat Safouesse Lazare, Ambassador of the Republic of Congo to Ethiopia and Permanent Representative to the African Union and member of the au Sub-committee on Refugees, hands over a symbolic cheque to Minister of Home Affairs, Hourable Edgar Lungu, while the former UNHCR Representative looks on. This was at the Ministry of Home Affirs when the AU donated US$100, 000 to UNHCR to support local integration of former Angolan refugees 18. Kasama Arts Theater club dancers handing over an Irish AID book let to Northern Province Permanent Secretary Hlobotaa Nkunika (Left), Irish AID Programmes Manager Fackson Nyanga and Senior Chief Mwamba’s representative (Bwalya Kombe depicting the 30 years the Irish Programmes have been carried out in Northern Province at Wamulungu Lodge in Kasama 19. Northern Provincial Permanent Secretary Hlobotaa Nkunika (rt) greeting the wife of Irish Aid Designate Ambassador Finbar O’Brien (middle) and Irish AID Designate Ambassador Finbar O’Brien (l) at Wamulungu Lodge in Kasama 20. Café Royale customers share the dance floor with Ngoni arriors.This was during Café Royale’s first birthday celebration in Lusaka.
Pics 9,10 & 11 no wonder the trucks overturned. Is that really the state of bridge to be carrying such heavy loads? Otherwise nice pictures
Good photos! I miss Mother Zambia! Our drivers please be cautious on roads!
Iwe Patience kafwale.
No friends that is no bridge in Mwininilunga! Please do something!
This why a federal system of governance is needed for people to rule themselves rather than taking resources from the province to build other places while the province lags behind in everything. That bridge is pathetic. I can’t understand why the truck overturned in pic 16. That is why we need heavy goods to be transported via railways.
pictures 10 and 11 showing same bridge?
Pics 6 & 7
Jose and his daughter should not be too excited because soon the same minister Edgar Lungu will deport the father (Jose).
Pics 6 &7,why don’t the Angolans go back to their country? The civil war is ended and after all Angola seems to be more wealthier than Zambia.
Pic 1. This Katongo chap has a very big head just look and compare with the others on the photo.
That’s why he is the captain as he is a leader on and off the pitch..a true military man I must say!!
If you have nothing to say its better to just shut up!
So have all the Angolan refugees been given residency permits? in relations to the voluntary repatriation of which others decided to remain in Zambia.
Pics #9,10,11 So we’re building a white elephant stadium in western province while vital bridges in zed are in such shape? Sports is non priority but such bridges are.
These FAZ empty suits at Football House love free things even medical check-ups ****Smh****
Pic 8-Walk that walk Patience baby.Ema size yandi aya.Not too big and not too large.
Pic 8-Walk that walk Patience baby.Ema size yandi aya.Not too small and not too large.
Pic # 8 – The roof is black and the floor is blue.
Just say the face is black and the thighs are brown
Pic#19, Iris man marring a black woman,Zambia? That’s simply wrong.
who saidd she is Zambian more of Nigerian than Zambian
pic 19. Na wifey chifita. Looks order though
Nostradamus #16, tell us more…
Picture 8 fye. Ni soup.
Is it Just me or has anyone noticed how poor Zambian’s fashion sence is?…
Its just you
The nkunika family in govt. The brother col.bizwayo nkunika is high commissioner to the UK,the other brother Hlobotaa nkunika is permanent secretary-northern province.
Advise your brother and sisters to go to school.
am also posting my foto, ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, pipo will be salivating!
Tabaitasha iwe.Maybe we will run away from the scary sight on the screen.
IF YOU DONT DO IT FOR YOURSELF NO ONE WILL DEAR SO IF YOU KNOW YOU GOT IT FLAUNT IT!
IT’S A SHAME. YOU MEAN 50 YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE NO ZAMBIAN CIVIL ENGINEER CAN DESIGN A PROPER BRIDGE AND CONSTRUCTED BY CREDIBLE CIVIL ENGINEERING COMPANY? WHAT I SEE ISN’T A BRIDGE WORTH THE NAME. EVEN VILLAGERS CAN DO A BETTER JOB.
@20 PLEASE, REVIVE THESE TRADITIONAL DANCES. THAT’S THE REAL TOURISM. BE PROUD OF YOUR TRADITIONAL DANCES AND OTHER CULTURAL ELEMENTS LIKE SOUTH AFRICANS, OR AT LEAST THE WAY IT USED TO BE FEW DECADES AWAY. ON FRIDAYS MINERS USED TO ORGANISE IMBENI, AKALELA, ETC FOR THE EVENING AND WEEKEND ENJOYMENT. THESE ARE ELEMENTS OF OUR NATIONAL IDENTITY.
What senseless destruction of expensive trucks which our country can ill-afford!! This just highlights the need for decentralisation. Small bridges like this should be maintained by local people, provided they can easily source funds. Instead, our politicians in Lusaka like to use every construction as a campaign opportunity. Therefore, they do not like to devolve anything to the local people.
Pic3, 4 – Short-sleeved suit leave the male nurse alone!
Pic 20 – Why would sweaty half naked dancers be performing in an eatery! Cafe B.S.
I QUITE LIKE THE SIMPLICITY OF CHRIS KATONGO. HE SEEMS TO BE MAN OF THE PEOPLE.
PIX#18, NIKU KASAMA UKU SURE- KWAMONEKA CLEAN. IS IT HOW KASAMA IS?
Federal system of govt my foot! When the minerals hadn’t been discovered in Northwest there was no such talk. As a Lamba I will object because the copperr from lambaland has developed the whole country. We just need good governance
I AM DEEPLY PROUD OF OUR FIRST LADY. AT LEAST AFTER (BETTY KAUNDA) A LONG TIME ZAMBIA IS HAVING A HIGH QUALITY FIRST LADY WHO CAN ABLY REPRESENT US WORLD WIDELY. NOT AMA FIRST LADIES YAFUMINEKO AYATUMA CHARITY, NO KUYA MUKUFOLESHA SALAULA. WE ARE NOW TALKING OF THE FIRST LADY (KASEBA) DISCUSSING REAL WORLD ISSUE WITH DEEP KNOWLEDGE AND AUTHORITY.
PIX#3. POOR WORK CULTURE IN ZAMBIA AND THIS IS WHAT DEFRAUDS THE GOVT OUT OF MONEY IN TERMS OF LOST MAN HOURS. THE MAMBALA, THINKS BEING A NURSE-IN-CHARGE IS REPORTING LATE AT WORK AND FINISHING WORK BEFORE TIME. DON’T EVER PUT HIM IN AN ACTING POSITION, AGAIN. ALITUMPA.
Read the text at the bottom of the picture again it is not the nurse in-charge that was late but other medical personel and nursing staff, sot the Minister was just emphasising the time to report for work. The zedians have no work ethic at all, i love my country but to be honest this nonchalant attitude ticks me off.
PIX#4, THE MINISTER OR IS IT PERM SEC IS POINTING AT A TROLEY IN A WRONG PLACE AND NO ONE IS REACTING TO PUT IT IN THE RIGHT PLACE. THEY ARE ALL JUST LOOKING. KUNUMA KA KABOKE NAKO KALEMONA FULU KALI SOLDIER. UNFORTUNATELY, THIS WORK CULTURE IN ZAMBIA IS JUST ACROSS THE BOARD.
PIX#7, THAT’S NICE. EVEN THEIR FACES SHOW THAT THEY APPRECIATE VERY MUCH THE RESIDENCE PERMIT. THESE ARE THE PEOPLE TO GIVE SUCH DOCUMENTS.
PIX#8. SHE IS A PRETTY GIRL. BUT EVERY PRETTINESS ON HER HAS BEEN RUBBED OFF BY ‘HER HAIR’ WHICH IS NOT HERS. IF SHE DIDN’T HAVE IT SHE WOULD HAVE LOOK A CONFIDENT AND PRETTY LADY. I AM YET TO SEE A WHITE WOMAN SHAVE ALL HER HAIR AND PUT ON A BLACK WOMAN’S HAIR, OR JUST ADD EXTENSIONS FROM A BLACK WOMAN’S HAIR.
I LOVE KK FOR ONE OR TWO THINGS- LIBERATING OUR NEIGHBOURING AND BEYOND COUNTRIES. AND FOR ONE ZAMBIA ONE NATION.
yey heading home timor!!**==**==\:d/
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