Thursday, June 20, 2024

The Week in Pictures

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President Micheal  Sata has advised politicians in the country to desist from practicing politics of violence,Picture the president during the Swearing in of  Mr Robert Kamalata as Senior Private Secretary (SPS) in the office of the Vice President at Statehouse 27-02-2013- picture  by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse.
The president during the Swearing in of Mr Robert Kamalata as Senior Private Secretary (SPS) in the office of the Vice President at Statehouse 27-02-2013- picture by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse.

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President Micheal  Sata has advised politicians in the country to desist from practicing politics of violence,Picture the president during the Swearing in of Mr Richwell Siamunene UPND Mp  as Deputy Minister Commerce, Trade ,and Industry at Statehouse 27-02-2013- picture  by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse.
The president during the Swearing in of Mr Richwell Siamunene UPND Mp as Deputy Minister Commerce, Trade ,and Industry at Statehouse 27-02-2013- picture by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse.

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Dr Effron Lungu being swear in as Foreign affairs Minister
Dr Effron Lungu being sworn  in as Foreign affairs Minister

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President Micheal  Sata has advised politicians in the country to desist from practicing politics of violence,Picture the president during the Swearing in of Dr Roland Msiska Secretary to the Cabinet  at Statehouse 27-02-2013- picture  by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse.
The president during the Swearing in of Dr Roland Msiska Secretary to the Cabinet at Statehouse 27-02-2013- picture by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse.

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MEMBER of Parliament for Sinazongwe constituency Richwell Siamunene talks to the media about the status of the Dengeza Bridge (on the Background) on Bottom road as Deputy Minister in the Office of Vice President Hurry Kalala (in checked shirt) listens
Member of Parliament for Sinazongwe constituency Richwell Siamunene talks to the media about the status of the Dengeza Bridge (in the Background) as Deputy Minister in the Office of Vice President Hurry Kalala (in checked shirt) listens

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HUNGER is rooming in Sinazongwe district in Southern province. Above is constituency Member of Parliament Richwell Siamunene (c) shows Deputy Minister in the Office of Vice President Hurry Kalala (l) the type of food his people resort to eat due to poor crop yield. Far left is area District Commissioner Dodo Sindaza.
Hunger is looming in Sinazongwe district in Southern province. Above is constituency Member of Parliament Richwell Siamunene (c) shows Deputy Minister in the Office of Vice President Hurry Kalala (l) the type of food his people resort to eat due to poor crop yield. Far left is area District Commissioner Dodo Sindaza.

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HUNGER is rooming in Sinazongwe district in Southern province. Above is District Commissioner Dodo Sindaza (l) explains to Deputy Minister in the Office of Vice President Hurry Kalala While standing in poorly performing sorghum field. Far left is Constituency Member of Parliament Richwell Siamunene.
HUNGER is  looming in Sinazongwe district in Southern province. Above  District Commissioner Dodo Sindaza (l) explains to the Deputy Minister in the Office of Vice President Hurry Kalala whilst standing in a poorly performing sorghum field. Far left is Constituency Member of Parliament Richwell Siamunene.

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Workers at Nitrogen Chemicals of Zambia in Kafue manufacturing equipment parts in the fabrication workshop
Workers at Nitrogen Chemicals of Zambia in Kafue manufacturing equipment parts in the fabrication workshop

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 Nitrogen Chemicals of Zambia acting managing Director Zuze Banda (left) explains to Treasury to the Cabinet Fredson Yamba the operations and rehabilitation works currently taking place at the Kafue plant. This was when the Ministry of Finance and National Planning visited the plant on Wednesday to see how the company is utilizing the funds given to them by Government in August 2012
Nitrogen Chemicals of Zambia acting managing Director Zuze Banda (left) explains to Treasury secretary to the Cabinet Fredson Yamba the operations and rehabilitation works currently taking place at the Kafue plant. This was when the Ministry of Finance and National Planning visited the plant on Wednesday to see how the company is utilizing the funds given to them by Government in August 2012

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 Nitrogen Chemicals of Zambia acting managing Director Zuze Banda (left) explains to Treasury to the Cabinet Fredson Yamba the operations and rehabilitation works currently taking place at the Kafue plant. This was when the Ministry of Finance and National Planning visited the plant on Wednesday to see how the company is utilizing the funds given to them by Government in August 2012
Nitrogen Chemicals of Zambia acting managing Director Zuze Banda (left) explains to Treasury secretary to the Cabinet Fredson Yamba the operations and rehabilitation works currently taking place at the Kafue plant. This was when the Ministry of Finance and National Planning visited the plant on Wednesday to see how the company is utilizing the funds given to them by Government in August 2012

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 Nitrogen Chemicals of Zambia acting managing Director Zuze Banda (left) explains to Treasury to the Cabinet Fredson Yamba the operations and rehabilitation works currently taking place at the Kafue plant. This was when the Ministry of Finance and National Planning visited the plant on Wednesday to see how the company is utilizing the funds given to them by Government in August 2012
Nitrogen Chemicals of Zambia acting managing Director Zuze Banda (left) explains to Treasury to the Cabinet Fredson Yamba the operations and rehabilitation works currently taking place at the Kafue plant. This was when the Ministry of Finance and National Planning visited the plant on Wednesday to see how the company is utilizing the funds given to them by Government in August 2012

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Workers at Nitrogen Chemicals of Zambia in Kafue manufacturing equipment parts in the fabrication workshop
Workers at Nitrogen Chemicals of Zambia in Kafue manufacturing equipment parts in the fabrication workshop

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FIRST Quantum Minerals (FQM)  Plant under construction  in Solwezi
FIRST Quantum Minerals (FQM) Plant under construction in Solwezi

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FIRST Quantum Minerals (FQM) is building a new town which will be located near its Trident Mining projects in Solwezi. Above, workers working on a window frame as a finishing touch to one of the model houses for 1,500 housing units the mining firm will build at the new town in Kalumbila area for its miners. The workers were captured during a tour by media heads and other senior journalists to Trident’s Sentinel Mine
FIRST Quantum Minerals (FQM) is building a new town which will be located near its Trident Mining projects in Solwezi. Above, workers working on a window frame as a finishing touch to one of the model houses of 1,500 housing units the mining firm will build at the new town in Kalumbila area for its miners. The workers were captured during a tour by media heads and other senior journalists to Trident’s Sentinel Mine

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FIRST Quantum Minerals (FQM)  Copper Mine in Solwezi
FIRST Quantum Minerals (FQM) Copper Mine in Solwezi

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Ministry of Information permanent sectretary Amos malupenga inspecting the just aquired three dimensional photographic holograms at Kenneth kaunda international airpot in Lusaka
Ministry of Information permanent sectretary Amos Malupenga inspecting the just aquired three dimensional photographic holograms at Kenneth Kaunda International Airpot in Lusaka

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Ministry of Information permanent sectretary Amos malupenga listerns to zamcops members during the inspection of the just aquired three dimensional photographic hologrames at kenneth kaunda international airpot in lusaka
Ministry of Information permanent sectretary Amos Malupenga listens to zamcops members during the inspection of the just acquired three dimensional photographic hologrames at Kenneth Kaunda international Airpot in Lusaka

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 Several passengers on the Lusaka and Copperbelt bound buses where yesterday stranded for sometime near Kafwimbi primary school in Isoka district along the Great North Road in Muchinga Province after two trucks and trailers collided head-on and flipped on one side blocking the road. In the picture, stranded passengers looking at the two trucks and trailers which flipped on one side after colliding head-on.Occupants from both trucks escaped unhurt
Several passengers on the Lusaka and Copperbelt bound buses where this week  stranded for sometime near Kafwimbi primary school in Isoka district along the Great North Road in Muchinga Province after two trucks and trailers collided head-on and flipped on one side blocking the road. In the picture, stranded passengers looking at the two trucks and trailers which flipped on one side after colliding head-on.Occupants from both trucks escaped unhurt

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Several passengers on the Lusaka and Copperbelt bound buses where yesterday stranded for sometime near Kafwimbi primary school in Isoka district along the Great North Road in Muchinga Province after two trucks and trailers collided head-on and flipped on one side blocking the road. In the picture above, some unidentified passengers on the Kitwe bound bus complaining about the bad stretch of the road between Chinsali and Nakonde which they said has oflate contributed greatly to the road carnage
Several passengers on the Lusaka and Copperbelt bound buses where yesterday stranded for sometime near Kafwimbi primary school in Isoka district along the Great North Road in Muchinga Province after two trucks and trailers collided head-on and flipped on one side blocking the road. In the picture above, some unidentified passengers on the Kitwe bound bus complaining about the bad stretch of the road between Chinsali and Nakonde which they said has of late contributed greatly to the road carnage

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 Police officers from Chinsali district removing bodies of the bus accident which occured in Shiwanga'ndu district of Muchinga Province
Police officers from Chinsali district removing bodies of the bus accident which occurred in Shiwanga’ndu district of Muchinga Province

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 Police officers from Chinsali district removing bodies of the bus accident which occured in Shiwanga'ndu district of Muchinga Province
Police officers from Chinsali district removing bodies of the bus accident which occurred in Shiwanga’ndu district of Muchinga Province

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 Police officers from Chinsali district removing bodies of the bus accident which occured in Shiwanga'ndu district of Muchinga Province
Police officers from Chinsali district removing bodies of the bus accident which occurred in Shiwanga’ndu district of Muchinga Province

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 Police officers from Chinsali district removing bodies of the bus accident which occured in Shiwanga'ndu district of Muchinga Province
Police officers from Chinsali district removing bodies of the bus accident which occurred in Shiwanga’ndu district of Muchinga Province

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Kabwe Distrct Commissioner Patrick Chishala addressing the irate Minibus and Taxi Drivers at his Office when they stormed his Offices to register thier grievances over the the alleged loss of business due to the increased number of unregistered Taxies in Town
Kabwe Distrct Commissioner Patrick Chishala addressing the irate Minibus and Taxi Drivers at his Office when they stormed his Offices to register their grievances over the the alleged loss of business due to the increased number of unregistered Taxies in Town

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Minibus and Taxi Drivers matching in protest over the loss of business due to a high number of unregistered Taxis alleged to be pirating in Town bringing down their business despite them paying tax and other lawful levies.
Minibus and Taxi Drivers matching in protest over the loss of business due to a high number of unregistered Taxis alleged to be pirating in Town bringing down their business despite them paying tax and other lawful levies.

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Minibus and Taxi Drivers matching in protest over the loss of business due to a high number of unregistered Taxis alleged to be pirating in Town bringing down their business despite them paying tax and other lawful levies.
Minibus and Taxi Drivers matching in protest over the loss of business due to a high number of unregistered Taxis alleged to be pirating in Town bringing down their business despite them paying tax and other lawful levies.

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Cabinet Ministers Emmanuel Chenda (right) and Geoffrey Mwamba (left) gives 10 year old Livingstone guitarist and singer Mordecai Munjoma, who is also a recent winner of the Talent Yapa Zed
Cabinet Ministers Emmanuel Chenda (right) and Geoffrey Mwamba (left) gives 10 year old Livingstone guitarist and singer Mordecai Munjoma, who is also a recent winner of the Talent Yapa Zed

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Police Patrol Streets in Livingstone following riots
Police Patrol Streets in Livingstone following riots

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Police confrotation with UPND cadres who wanted to make their way into court
Police confrontation with UPND cadres who wanted to make their way into court

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UPND cadres suspected of obstructing the police arrive at Livingstone Magistrate Court
UPND cadres suspected of obstructing the police arrive at Livingstone Magistrate Court

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UPND president Hakainde Hichilema (left) interacting with his lawyer Jack Mwiimbu (right)  outside Livingstone Magistrate Court
UPND president Hakainde Hichilema (left) interacting with his lawyer Jack Mwiimbu (right) outside Livingstone Magistrate Court

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UPND president Hakainde Hichilema (middle) interacting with party cadres outside Livingstone Magistrate Court
UPND president Hakainde Hichilema (middle) interacting with party cadres outside Livingstone Magistrate Court

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PALL bearers carry the casket of late Patriotic Front Monze District Secretary Harrison Chanda suspected to be murdered during political campaigns at Livingstone general hospital
PALL bearers carry the casket of late Patriotic Front Monze District Secretary Harrison Chanda suspected to be murdered during political campaigns at Livingstone general hospital

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PATRIOTIC Front Chairperson for election Sylvia Masebo pays last respect to late Monze District Secretary Harrison Chanda suspected to be murdered during political campaigns at Livingstone general hospital
PATRIOTIC Front Chairperson for election Sylvia Masebo pays last respect to late Monze District Secretary Harrison Chanda suspected to be murdered during political campaigns at Livingstone general hospital

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PATRIOTIC Front Campaign Manager Obvious Mwaliteta pays last respect to late Monze District Secretary Harrison Chanda suspected to be murdered during political campaigns at Livingstone general hospital
PATRIOTIC Front Campaign Manager Obvious Mwaliteta pays last respect to late Monze District Secretary Harrison Chanda suspected to be murdered during political campaigns at Livingstone general hospital

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PALL bearers carry the casket of late Patriotic Front Monze District Secretary Harrison Chanda suspected to be murdered during political campaigns at Livingstone general hospital
PALL bearers carry the casket of late Patriotic Front Monze District Secretary Harrison Chanda suspected to be murdered during political campaigns at Livingstone general hospital

43 COMMENTS

  1. LT this section of pictures from the previous week makes me lose apetite because there is nothing more nauseating than these pictures
    Yuck

    Anyone got a puke bucket?

    Thanks

  2. Too many pictures, so disorganization, just a bunch of mess. There was this Zambian DJ last weekend, we went to support, but the guy was playing reggae after traditional Malian music, then goes to play JK, and immediately to PK Chishala, back to Bob Marley… I was like I am in Zambia!!! What a mess.

    • Nostradamus was such a learned fellow…his writings are easy to understand-YOU my good sir/lady don’t bring justice to the man!

  3. And we told you to stop publishing pictures of the dead, they were not criminals for God’ sake. Morals.

  4. Pic 32-35-Rip ba Chanda.What a cruel way to die.May the hands of those who took away your life prematurely be tied.

  5. Condolences to the grieving family of the Murdered PF member. It’s very unfortunate that people can kill political opponents without any 2nd thoughts.

    Another good reason why your vote should always count!

  6. this PF cadre deserves this death. how do you leave your family to go and cause confusion somewhere? well done who ever did it. i have no sympathy for him. Rest in hell.

    • May all the evil ills you wish upon another, befall you, it may not be now but it will surely pass. Life is a secret sacred that we are gifted with,with all our inhumane that we cloth ourselves with, for you who does not know when and how you will die speak with such evil thoughts over another human being like that, you and yours will reap for your words. Am not a judge for your life, but just reminding you that the curse of death is upon you and yours. Iam not going to say much but be aware that the giver of sacred life, soul mind and body has a date for each and every one of us, and somehow we determine how we shall leave, unknowingly, be wise and let no social media or other poeple play you, he watches my friend, who ever has power over our lives will surely catch up with you.

  7. In Zambia we need tollgates on those highways! It is saddening losing lives every week due to careless drivers and the bad state of the road. Truck and Bus driver should not be allowed to drive more than eight hours in a day. Those driving many hours get tired and hence dozing and causing accidents. We cannot afford losing lives every week!

  8. Condolences to the family of the deceased. However y not dressing him with a PF U t-shirt and chitenge material trousers since he was on PF mission. this is a big lesson as church elders, we should lead by example and practice what we preach. We should always humble ourselves before God and not indulge ourselves in ungodly way as Politics are not Godly.

    GBM you’v gat a lot of money y give the small chap tuma 10K.

    solwezi mabanga, lets hope it wont be a ghost town soon.

  9. A leader leads both those on his side and those opposing him. If one kills, that one is not a leader no matter what.

  10. I agree with Mushota.
    Is there anything else that happens in Zambia except, politicians, deaths and football?
    There is a new town being built and all you have is a photo of a window! Couldn’t you do a panoramic view of the area or a pdf of the town plan and lay out?

    • I agree. Or if you take a photo of a window make sure it is at least in focus! And make sure the photo does not appear as if was taken by a 5 year old child!

    • But the photo is actually very accurate. One man is working very hard on the window and another man is standing being paid to do nothing!

  11. Biased selection of pictures – as if it is the post. Only showing the negative side of UPND, kwati tawamwene rally yapa weekend; only showing the PF rally, where money was being dished out to the voter’s son!

  12. We Zambians should not be controlled by politicians. We can belong to PF, MMD, UPND and still be friends. Why throw stones at UPND people. Look at the result now. Death. and murder charges only. future Dr Mushota assist.

  13. BUT NASEKA SANA ,VE REALLY LAUGHED MWE EBA EFFRON LUNGU BA FOREIGN MINISTER IYE MAYO.PLIZ IWE CI EFFRON ULI CIBI CITATA IFIMISHISHI.

  14. Bakolwe choose what to say or get a job and life don’t waist your time comenting non sense mwe ba john iseni mulie ubwali

  15. hahahaha ba LT ati manufacturing a machine which is already installed??
    Am sure those guys were repairing it not manufacturing, Nitrogen Chemicals is been rehabilitated remember????

    Ama caption ba mambala improve or find some 1 with full knowledge of the happening in the picture to do it for you.

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