Columns Labour Day celebrations in Pictures By editor - May 3, 2013 32 5,246 views FacebookTwitterWhatsAppPrint 1. President Sata with first president Dr Kenneth Kaunda during the Labour Day Commemoration at Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAM 2. L-R: Labour Minister Fackson Shamenda, President Sata, First president Dr Kenneth Kaunda and acting Chief Justice Florence Mumba during the Labour Day commemoration at Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA 3. President Sata greets Prof Mufumbe Chintu during the Labour Day commemoration at Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA 4. President Sata speaks with UTH’s prof Mufumbe Chintu during the Labour Day awards at Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAM 5. President Michael Sata congratulates UTH’s Nawa Muchemwa during the Labour Day awards presentation ceremony at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA 6. WORKS, Supply, Communications and Transport Minister Christopher Yaluma (right) flanked by Zambia National Congress of Trade Union representative Betty Mutambo watch as fire fighting vehicles spray water on trees during commemoration of this year’s Labour Day in Kasama 7. Ndola Central Hospital Staff demonstrating what they do when attending to Patients in the Hospital during Labour day cerebrations in Ndola 8. Nurses displaying their skills during the commemoration of theWorld Labour Day at Villa Grounds in Livingstone 9. A ZESCO van participates in the commemoration of the World LabourDay at Villa Grounds in Livingstone 10. From right: Gender Minister Inonge Wina, Deputy Labour MinisterRonald Chitotela, Livingstone Member of Parliament Lawrence Evans andZCTU 1st deputy president Chishimba Nkole during the commemoration ofthe World Labour Day at Villa Grounds in Livingstone 11. Zambezi Nkuku workers marching during the commemoration of the WorldLabour Day at Villa Grounds in Livingstone 12. Group 3 Security workers salute Gender Minister Inonge Wina (not inpicture) during the commemoration of the World Labour Day at VillaGrounds in Livingstone 13. Livingstone City Council cleaners marching while displaying theirworking instruments during the commemoration of the World Labour Dayat Villa Grounds in Livingstone 14. Majorettes salute Gender Minister Inonge Wina (not in picture)during the commemoration of the World Labour Day at Villa Grounds inLivingstone Labour Day Celebrations in Kitwe 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.
All the faces in these pics do not look happy. It`s a country of sad people.
Well said and very old faces.
I see so many many beautiful happy smiling faces enjoying life. Sad chaps like you always see sadness in everything.
Nice pictures right there.I like the positivity and vigor shown by the delegation leader of the Kitwe city council workers(pic 20).Epashili pakuleka bane.
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a beautiful nyau…only in PF government!
The last picture.. is the only nice one, imagine that dancer in your bedroom.
#1, I THOUGHT ONE WOULD HAVE COMMENTED ON THE ARTIFICIAL HAIR OUR WOMEN WEAR TO MAKE THEM LOOK BEAUTIFUL AND RESEMBLE WHITE WOMEN. TO ME THEY LOOK SO SILLY IN THOSE HAIRS AND UGLY. THEY LOOK BEAUTIFUL WITHOUT THOSE HAIRS.
Well put bwana…I find it appalling too.
Pics 8-15. What kind of grounds are these? We will be a laughing stock during UNWTO.
To understand this you just have to look at the homesteads most zambians live in.We’ll walk over trash,jump over puddles of water,no maintainance of houses and use filthy loo that sends stench over the whole compound.So if we can’t be bothered by our own property’s mess then we accept this mediocre compound as “excellent”
But you are a laughing stock there in Oz
Government can only reduce taxes further if government lays off ineffective staff. Government must be small.
ZESCO a company of failures…i have been to different countries rich or poor but never witnessed such kind of load shedding going on in zambia.if i will be back to zambia then in a coffin.
So be it. We shall welcome your coffin
You are the same chaps claiming to be refugees from Zambia. Ukekalilile kwabena chipuli chobe!
I highly doubt it if you are outside Zambia my dear friend, if you were you wouldn’t have said that…
continue doubting toad
The massage in pic# 7 is suspect!
So good to see KK, well and happy…..Long live KK!! one Zambia one Nation…., nothing and no one will ever overturn this….
Sammy Bwalya you are a fool
About 98% of these workers look glum and half heartedly participating because they’re underpaid and overworked.
Before you came along we were hungry. Now we are fed up…
Only KK looked happy in these pics, zambia shall be liberated soon. Dont kunaka
Look again there are plenty of jovial countrymen enjoying the fruits of their labour. Zambia is a very very beautiful country…
Fire Brigade spraying water on trees successfully when they have never quenched a n inferno.
That’s a good one…
Good observation! I don’t know what sort of pple. are these Zambian firemen.
Look at the grounds people! Surely is the colonial masters saying that black people cant run a country’ true surely?
I dont think so.
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