Saturday, June 15, 2024

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MWAMBA Bridge which is earmarked to be constructed by the use of Disaster Mitigation Management Unit (DMMU)  that will link people of Senior Chief Mwamba and the other side of the Luombe river to the main Kasama-Luwingu road
MWAMBA Bridge which is earmarked to be constructed by the Disaster Mitigation Management Unit (DMMU) that will link people of Senior Chief Mwamba and the other side of the Luombe river to the main Kasama-Luwingu road

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KASAMA District Commissioner (DC) crossing Chikosho Bridge in Kasama which is being constructed by the utilisation of Constituency Development Funds (CDFs) in Bululu ward in Kasama Central Constituency in which member of the Community have shown full participation
KASAMA District Commissioner (DC) crossing Chikosho Bridge in Kasama which is being constructed by the utilisation of Constituency Development Funds (CDFs) in Bululu ward in Kasama Central Constituency in which members of the Community have shown full participation

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 KASAMA District Commissioner (DC) (left) and Kasama May Francis Kombe in blue T/shirt at Chanda Mwamba Bridge during the inspection of Bridges in Kasama yesterday under full participation of community in the area
KASAMA District Commissioner (DC) (left) and Kasama May Francis Kombe in blue T/shirt at Chanda Mwamba Bridge during the inspection of Bridges in Kasama yesterday under full participation of community in the area

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Bags of mealie meal at the Police Station which
Bags of mealie meal at the Police Station which where confiscated from a Mansa business woman who admitted to smuggling

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The truck registration number ADC 2284 was carrying meali Meal belonging to a Mansa Business woman and was destined for the Democratic Republic of Congo
The truck registration number ADC 2284 was carrying meali Meal
belonging to a Mansa Business woman and was destined for the
Democratic Republic of Congo

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The truck registration number ADC 2284 was carrying meali Meal belonging to a Mansa Business woman and was destined for the Democratic Republic of Congo
The truck registration number ADC 2284 was carrying meali Meal
belonging to a Mansa Business woman and was destined for the
Democratic Republic of Congo

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PIRATE taxi operators in Kitwe have heeded Government’s call to paint their vehicles blue
PIRATE taxi operators in Kitwe have heeded Government’s call to paint their vehicles blue

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 A Tree which fell as a result of a strong rains   caused unexpected Independence Avenue road block for over seven hours that disturbed the movements of motorists in Kasama to take long diversions
A tree which fell as a result of a strong rains on  Independence Avenue road blocked itfor over seven hours and disturbed the movements of motorists in Kasama forcing them to take long diversions

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 A Tree which fell as a result of a strong rains   caused unexpected Independence Avenue road block for over seven hours that disturbed the movements of motorists in Kasama to take long diversions
A Tree which fell as a result of a strong rains caused unexpected Independence Avenue road block for over seven hours that disturbed the movements of motorists in Kasama to take long diversions

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THE construction of Zambia Wildlife Authority offices at the entrance of the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park has started
THE construction of Zambia Wildlife Authority offices at the entrance of the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park has started

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Workers grading Nehru Way in Nottie Broadies
Workers grading Nehru Way in Nottie Broadies

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Tarring of selected Township roads in Livingstone has gained momentum ahead of the general conference. Above, Inyatsi Zambia Limited workers working on Balewa Sambona (RD 1) Dambwa Site and Service in readiness for covering the road with bitumen
Tarring of selected Township roads in Livingstone has gained momentum ahead of the general conference.Above, Inyatsi Zambia Limited workers working on Balewa Sambona (RD 1) Dambwa Site and Service in readiness for covering the road with bitumen

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National Airport Corporation Limited (NACL) managing director Robinson Misitala (right) lead members of the local and national organising committee for the UNWTO during the tour of the new terminal building under construction at Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone
National Airport Corporation Limited (NACL) managing director Robinson Misitala (right) lead members of the local and national organising committee for the UNWTO during the tour of the new terminal building under construction at Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone

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MOTHERS waiting to have their under five children weighed at Kaoma District Hospital last week
MOTHERS waiting to have their under five children weighed at Kaoma District Hospital last week

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MOTHERS waiting to have their under five children weighed at Kaoma District Hospital last week
MOTHERS waiting to have their under five children weighed at Kaoma District Hospital last week

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The Embassy of Zambia in Italy held an investment promotion forum in Rome, Italy. Above participants at the Forum
The Embassy of Zambia in Italy held an investment promotion forum in Rome, Italy. Above participants at the Forum

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The Embassy of Zambia in Italy held an investment promotion forum in Rome, Italy. Above participants at the Forum
The Embassy of Zambia in Italy held an investment promotion forum in Rome, Italy. Above participants at the Forum

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Livingstone City Council administrator Alex Bwalya shows Tourism and Arts Permanent Secretary Charity Mwansa   additional infrastructure under construction at world heritage site around Victoria Falls border
Livingstone City Council administrator Alex Bwalya shows Tourism and Arts Permanent Secretary Charity Mwansa additional infrastructure under construction at world heritage site around Victoria Falls border

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Ethiopian Airline Director - Advertising & Promotions Mengistu Adelahu  (right)  with Ndola DC Rabby Chanda, cuts a ribbon to mark the official launch of an Ethiopian Airline flight to Ndola.
Ethiopian Airline Director – Advertising & Promotions Mengistu Adelahu (right) with Ndola DC Rabby Chanda, cuts a ribbon to mark the official launch of an Ethiopian Airline flight to Ndola.

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THE two fire engines at Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport spilling water over the Ethiopian Airlines aircraft in a picturesque arc of mist that glowed in bright sunshine during the inaugural flight to Ndola
THE two fire engines at Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport spilling water over the Ethiopian Airlines aircraft in a picturesque arc of mist that glowed in bright sunshine during the inaugural flight to Ndola

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THE two fire engines at Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport spilling water over the Ethiopian Airlines aircraft in a picturesque arc of mist that glowed in bright sunshine during the inaugural flight to Ndola
THE two fire engines at Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport spilling water over the Ethiopian Airlines aircraft in a picturesque arc of mist that glowed in bright sunshine during the inaugural flight to Ndola

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 Musician Saboi Imboela (second from left) signs her particulars on hands of Livingstone girls at Mukuni Park
Musician Saboi Imboela (second from left) signs her particulars on hands of Livingstone girls at Mukuni Park

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Musicians Saboi Imboela (left) and Tasila Mwale (right) at Mukuni Park in Livingstone
Musicians Saboi Imboela (left) and Tasila Mwale (right) at Mukuni Park in Livingstone

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Music Concert at  at Mukuni Park in Livingstone
Music Concert at Mukuni Park in Livingstone

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Music Concert  at Mukuni Park in Livingstone
Music Concert at Mukuni Park in Livingstone

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FORMER Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation 1991 Chess Champion Dr. Chitalu Chilufya who is also Mansa's Henry Courtyard Lodge proprietor and Tournament sponsor makes a move against Malembeka Chumfwa during the National Team Chess Trials Tournament in Mansa
FORMER Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation 1991 Chess Champion Dr. Chitalu Chilufya who is also Mansa’s Henry Courtyard Lodge proprietor and Tournament sponsor makes a move against Malembeka Chumfwa during the National Team Chess Trials Tournament in Mansa

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Lusaka’s Mandevu township residents salvage clothes from burnt debris of second hand clothes and shoes. The warehouse in which the clothes were stored caught fire last night from a suspected candle flame
Lusaka’s Mandevu township residents salvage clothes from burnt debris of second hand clothes and shoes. The warehouse in which the clothes were stored caught fire last night from a suspected candle flame

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Lusaka’s Mandevu township residents salvage clothes from burnt debris of second hand clothes and shoes. The warehouse in which the clothes were stored caught fire last night from a suspected candle flame
Lusaka’s Mandevu township residents salvage clothes from burnt debris of second hand clothes and shoes. The warehouse in which the clothes were stored caught fire last night from a suspected candle flame

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Lusaka’s Mandevu township residents salvage clothes from burnt debris of second hand clothes and shoes. The warehouse in which the clothes were stored caught fire last night from a suspected candle flame
Lusaka’s Mandevu township residents salvage clothes from burnt debris of second hand clothes and shoes. The warehouse in which the clothes were stored caught fire last night from a suspected candle flame

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CONTRACTOR about to start digging the foundation for additional lavatories at the Victoria Falls border on the Zambian side
CONTRACTOR about to start digging the foundation for additional lavatories at the Victoria Falls border on the Zambian side

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STREET Kids in Solwezi do fend for themselves by looking after vehicles as way of preventing some people from stealing, the motorists do appreciate by parting away with money ranging from KR 10 to KR 20. Above the children guarding one of the vehicles parked outside Stanbic bank in Solwezi
STREET Kids in Solwezi do fend for themselves by looking after vehicles as  a way of preventing some people from stealing, the motorists do appreciate by parting away with money ranging from KR 10 to KR 20. Above the children guarding one of the vehicles parked outside Stanbic bank in Solwezi

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Caterpillars ready for harvesting
Caterpillars ready for harvesting

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Villagers who stay along Kasempa / Kalulushi road are cutting down trees in order to harvest caterpillars,the wrong method might result in deforestation and consequently,there will be no caterpillars
Bad method of harvesting the local delicacy: Villagers who stay along Kasempa / Kalulushi road are cutting down trees in order to harvest caterpillars,the wrong method might result in deforestation and consequently,there will be no caterpillars

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EASTERN Province Minister, Malozo Sichone, charts with Commercial Agribusiness for Sustainable Horticulture (CASH) Chief of Party, Dr. Petrus Langenhoven during the tour of tomato demonstration plots in Chipata
EASTERN Province Minister, Malozo Sichone, charts with Commercial Agribusiness for Sustainable Horticulture (CASH) Chief of Party, Dr. Petrus Langenhoven during the tour of tomato demonstration plots in Chipata

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UNITED States Agency for International Development (USAID) Deputy Mission Director, Ryan Washburn, speaking during the official launch of the Commercial Agribusiness for Sustainable Agriculture (CASH) project in Chipata yesterday. On his right are Eastern Province Minister, Malozo Sichone, Chipata District Commissioner, Kalunga Zulu and regional Assistant Secretary, Agness Chinyama
UNITED States Agency for International Development (USAID) Deputy Mission Director, Ryan Washburn, speaking during the official launch of the Commercial Agribusiness for Sustainable Agriculture (CASH) project in Chipata yesterday. On his right are Eastern Province Minister, Malozo Sichone, Chipata District Commissioner, Kalunga Zulu and regional Assistant Secretary, Agness Chinyama

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EASTERN Province Minister, Malozo Sichone, charts with USAID Deputy Mission Director, Ryan Washburn (middle) and Commercial Agribusiness Sustainable Horticulture (CASH) Chief of party, Dr. Petrus Langenhoven during the tour of horticultural demonstration plots in Chipata
EASTERN Province Minister, Malozo Sichone, charts with USAID Deputy Mission Director, Ryan Washburn (middle) and Commercial Agribusiness Sustainable Horticulture (CASH) Chief of party, Dr. Petrus Langenhoven during the tour of horticultural demonstration plots in Chipata

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From right to left: Eastern Province Minister, Malozo Sichone, Commercial Agribusiness Sustainable Horticulture (CASH) Chief of party, Dr. Petrus Langenhoven and Petauke District Commissioner, Elijah Mwale during the tour of horticultural fields in Chipata
From right to left: Eastern Province Minister, Malozo Sichone, Commercial Agribusiness Sustainable Horticulture (CASH) Chief of party, Dr. Petrus Langenhoven and Petauke District Commissioner, Elijah Mwale during the tour of horticultural fields in Chipata

42 COMMENTS

  1. Pic 2-4 Quite sad seeing how some people are trying to take advantage of the mealie meal situation to make some quick bucks.I`m glad the truck was intercepted before it crossed the boarder.6-8 The city council using axes in this day and age ? Okotwafilubila.Pic-11…i like the terminal.

  2. Iye ifishimu! Ala kuti nabulya ubwali bwa fishimu, choli ( bean plus bamiya), chikanda, siyavonga kapenta, ifisashi…, naleka am salivating!

  3. Picture 20-Bo Soboi i hope it is not just me who is corrupt in the mind.But that kind of dressing doesn`t do you justice as a mother.Even your beef cake(duze) is well highlighted(outline).Ndimwe ba role model mama.Fakanikoni nzelu.

  4. pic 22…saboi and Tasila look like dolls made in china, what happened to natural beauty for our black women? kasi!
    mushota give me some `PhD´ answer….

  5. Pic #0, Did that ‘bridge’ survive when that well fed man stepped on it?
    Pic #2, The police officer looks under nourished and unwell and I wonder how he is coping with police work.

  6. pic 22 saboi and Tasila look like dolls made in china… what happened to natural beauty for our black women?,,,,

  7. Pictur #11. Is this terminal building what we were told tat it will be better than what KK built at Lusaka airport? My foot! We can’t even have a two story building in this day and age? I hope PF will not demolish current ancient Ndola airport to build houses for their cadres when they built another one. This airport should be left for domestic.

  8. Saboi don’t listen to these fake moralists with their middle eastern mysticism be it Christianity or Islam. We Zambians have never been afraid of female breasts. Very soon these pretenders will start complaining about our women suckling our babies in public. For God’s sake what Saboi has on her chest are breasts. Nothing more nothing less. If they make you uncomfortable please pluck off your eyes. At least that’s what your religion from the deserts of the middle East tells you.

  9. #21 John Chinena yonse panse ubuule tamwakaleke ba mayo imwe.Maureen Lilanda can teach you how to dress decent and still be a star.Just look at how decent the young girl next to you is.You a mother and married woman? #1 I bet the crocs just wait under the bridge for their meal.

  10. Zambian musicians ifiko no busali, atase. Saboi that look is just a no no for you, trying going decent

  11. What are the white people doing in Zambia?

    That country is hot and the lifespan is low, I am sure they are deprived of, statistics which would force them to jump on the plane

    Shocking!

  12. Soboi kavalidwe.Couldnt help noticing your well formed vjajay lips down there.Neither am i perfect but try to put on a loose pant next time.

  13. It is really encouraging to see different developments and the government and different stakeholder working.

    Give us more of such reports, we are tired of politics. Keep up the good work!

  14. #34 is that Robert Armsterdam ? considering our President is away ,a Lungu ali kuti?
    Zambian Musicians paliba ifiko zoona.

  15. Kwena you guys mula shooter…., worse than Joan from fashion police! Awe forgive our musicians or better then make donations for a make over, how do you know they were doing a make under!

  16. OMG PIC #21 These women nindonga zo’ona, my first time to see their faces Saboi and Tasila, they need image building seriously.

  17. Why waste water showering planes when these fire engines never have water when called out to emergencies?!!! priorities priorities priorities awe!

  18. I have read about the saboi’s inspirational story of her education. She is a real success. musician who is educated and seems to continue aiming high. But the pics in #20 and 21 are not encouraging mwe. Bo saboi, makeup yachita over mami…you look so artificial with that heavy makeup. plus nkope line is something else, you look like a grasshopper na dressing iyayi. You are beautiful, use make in moderation to enhance yo beauty not kuonomga. We want you to be role model in education, dressing, morals and everything else. we love you mami

  19. Iyeee mwebantu imwe, bakapokola pa @ pic 3 Kuti baikata mukukulu? Pantu nga kuli umwela ndemona solution kwikatilila kuchi pole chamalaiti or stay indoors. Awe ba Buju aba needs to go on proper diet. He looks unhealthy…

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