Monday, May 20, 2024

The Week in PIctures

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COLD season…Patriotic Front (PF) Malole Member of Parliament Christopher Yaluma donates blankets to elderly women during a tour of his constituency in Mungwi district
COLD season…Patriotic Front (PF) Malole Member of Parliament Christopher Yaluma donates blankets to elderly women during a tour of his constituency in Mungwi district

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 PATRIOTIC Front (PF) Malole Member of Parliament Christopher Yaluma (right) shakes hands with Saint Joseph Basic School Head teacher Jeff Sampa after donating a fridge for the school tuck-shop. This was during a tour of his constituency in Mungwi district
PATRIOTIC Front (PF) Malole Member of Parliament Christopher Yaluma (right) shakes hands with Saint Joseph Basic School Head teacher Jeff Sampa after donating a fridge for the school tuck-shop. This was during a tour of his constituency in Mungwi district

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 *Yaluma-1:* PATRIOTIC Front (PF) Malole Member of Parliament Christopher Yaluma (left) greets sub-Chief Kapasa when he paid a courtesy call on him at his palace during a tour of his constituency in Mungwi district
PATRIOTIC Front (PF) Malole Member of Parliament Christopher Yaluma (left) greets sub-Chief Kapasa when he paid a courtesy call on him at his palace during a tour of his constituency in Mungwi district

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Ros Commorados band: SUN International Hotel resident Band Ros Commorados, oldest band in the city performing at the resort
Ros Commorados band: SUN International Hotel resident Band Ros Commorados, oldest band in the city performing at the resort

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Ros Commorados band: SUN International Hotel resident Band Ros Commorados, oldest band in the city performing at the resort
Ros Commorados band: SUN International Hotel resident Band Ros Commorados, oldest band in the city performing at the resort

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the newly wed going the  mounted  guard at a colourful reception held at Koima barracks mess in Kabwe
the newly wed going the mounted guard at a colourful reception held at Koima barracks mess in Kabwe

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the newly wed going the  mounted  guard at a colourful reception held at Koima barracks mess in Kabwe
the newly wed going the mounted guard at a colourful reception held at Koima barracks mess in Kabwe

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the  newly wed Sergent Fred Mulongoti of Zambia Army with newly wed Lucy Wamuyima posing  for  pictures
the newly wed Sergent Fred Mulongoti of Zambia Army with newly wed Lucy Wamuyima posing for pictures

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the  newly wed Sergent Fred Mulongoti of Zambia Army with newly wed Lucy Wamuyima posing  for  pictures
the newly wed Sergent Fred Mulongoti of Zambia Army with newly wed Lucy Wamuyima posing for pictures

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the  newly wed Sergent Fred Mulongoti of Zambia Army with newly wed Lucy Wamuyima posing  for  pictures
the newly wed Sergent Fred Mulongoti of Zambia Army with newly wed Lucy Wamuyima posing for pictures

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The Blessings Center was filled to capacity during the Unleashing the Kingdom of God summit with Don Moen.
The Blessings Center was filled to capacity during the Unleashing the Kingdom of God summit with Don Moen.

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 Tourism and Arts Minister Silvia Masebo with Finance Bank proprietor Rajan Mahtani, Agriculture Minister Bob Sichinga and his wife dance to Don Moen's music at the Blessings Centre in Lusaka during the Unleashing the Kingdom of God summit 2013
Tourism and Arts Minister Silvia Masebo with Finance Bank proprietor Rajan Mahtani, Agriculture Minister Bob Sichinga and his wife dance to Don Moen’s music at the Blessings Centre in Lusaka during the Unleashing the Kingdom of God summit 2013

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Tourism and Arts Minister Silvia Masebo shares a light moment with Finance Bank proprietor Rajan Mahtani at the Blessings Center in Lusaka during the Unleashing the Kingdom of God summit 2013 where international gospel artist Don Moen was also performing
Tourism and Arts Minister Silvia Masebo shares a light moment with Finance Bank proprietor Rajan Mahtani at the Blessings Center in Lusaka during the Unleashing the Kingdom of God summit 2013 where international gospel artist Don Moen was also performing

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 Tourism and Arts Minister Silvia Masebo with Finance Bank proprietor Rajan Mahtani, Agriculture Minister Bob Sichinga and his wife dance to Don Moen's music at the Blessings Centre in Lusaka during the Unleashing the Kingdom of God summit 2013
Tourism and Arts Minister Silvia Masebo with Finance Bank proprietor Rajan Mahtani, Agriculture Minister Bob Sichinga and his wife dance to Don Moen’s music at the Blessings Centre in Lusaka during the Unleashing the Kingdom of God summit 2013

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 Tourism and Arts Minister Silvia Masebo with Finance Bank proprietor Rajan Mahtani, Agriculture Minister Bob Sichinga and his wife dance to Don Moen's music at the Blessings Centre in Lusaka during the Unleashing the Kingdom of God summit 2013
Tourism and Arts Minister Silvia Masebo with Finance Bank proprietor Rajan Mahtani, Agriculture Minister Bob Sichinga and his wife dance to Don Moen’s music at the Blessings Centre in Lusaka during the Unleashing the Kingdom of God summit 2013

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Don Moen performing at the Blessings Center during the Unleashing the Kingdom of God summit.
Don Moen performing at the Blessings Center during the Unleashing the Kingdom of God summit.

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Don Moen performing at the Blessings Center during the Unleashing the Kingdom of God summit.
Don Moen performing at the Blessings Center during the Unleashing the Kingdom of God summit.

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Southern Province Commissioner of Police Charity Katanga (right), who is also a lawyer, at the LAZ Gala Dinner at Zambezi Sun Hotel in Livingstone
Southern Province Commissioner of Police Charity Katanga (right), who is also a lawyer, at the LAZ Gala Dinner at Zambezi Sun Hotel in Livingstone

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 Chief Justice Matthew Ngulube (middle) and LAZ president James Banda (left) greets lawyers at the LAZ Gala Dinner at Zambezi Sun Hotel in Livingstone
Former Chief Justice Matthew Ngulube (middle) and LAZ president James Banda (left) greets lawyers at the LAZ Gala Dinner at Zambezi Sun Hotel in Livingstone

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LAZ president James Banda (right) confer with former Chief Justice Matthew Ngulube (middle) and Cabinet Office special duties permanent secretary Inutu Suba (left) at the LAZ Gala Dinner at Zambezi Sun Hotel in Livingstone
LAZ president James Banda (right) confer with former Chief Justice Matthew Ngulube (middle) and Cabinet Office special duties permanent secretary Inutu Suba (left) at the LAZ Gala Dinner at Zambezi Sun Hotel in Livingstone

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Home Affairs Minister Edgar Lungu (left) greets former Chief Justice Annel Silungwe (right) at the LAZ Gala Dinner at Zambezi Sun Hotel in Livingstone on Saturday night.
Home Affairs Minister Edgar Lungu (left) greets former Chief Justice Annel Silungwe (right) at the LAZ Gala Dinner at Zambezi Sun Hotel in Livingstone on Saturday night.

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Tourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo (left), RDA director Charles Mushota (middle) and Livingstone City Council Local Government Administrator Alex Bwalya (right) speak to the media (not in picture) after inspecting Botswana Road in Livingstone
Tourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo (left), RDA director Charles Mushota (middle) and Livingstone City Council Local Government Administrator Alex Bwalya (right) speak to the media (not in picture) after inspecting Botswana Road in Livingstone

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Tourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo (left), RDA director Charles Mushota (middle) and Livingstone City Council Local Government Administrator Alex Bwalya (right) speak to the media (not in picture) after inspecting Botswana Road in Livingstone
Tourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo (left), RDA director Charles Mushota (middle) and Livingstone City Council Local Government Administrator Alex Bwalya (right) speak to the media (not in picture) after inspecting Botswana Road in Livingstone

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Tourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo (left), RDA director Charles Mushota (middle) and Livingstone City Council Local Government Administrator Alex Bwalya (right) speak to the media (not in picture) after inspecting Botswana Road in Livingstone
Tourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo (left), RDA director Charles Mushota (middle) and Livingstone City Council Local Government Administrator Alex Bwalya (right) speak to the media (not in picture) after inspecting Botswana Road in Livingstone

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Inyatsi Roads Zambia upgrading the Mosi-oa-tunya Road in Livingstone on Tuesday in readiness for UNWTO conference in August this year
Inyatsi Roads Zambia upgrading the Mosi-oa-tunya Road in Livingstone on Tuesday in readiness for UNWTO conference in August this year

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Inyatsi Roads Zambia upgrading the Mosi-oa-tunya Road in Livingstone on Tuesday in readiness for UNWTO conference in August this year
Inyatsi Roads Zambia upgrading the Mosi-oa-tunya Road in Livingstone on Tuesday in readiness for UNWTO conference in August this year

A farmer from Muyashi Cooperative in Chief Matebo’s area admires a banana branch in a Barrick Lumwana Mine sponsored Agri-Food Innovation project in Solwezi recently

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Farmers from Muyashi Cooperative in Chief Matebo’s area shares a right moment while inspecting a banana plantation under Barrick Lumwana Mine sponsored Agri-Food Innovation project in Solwezi recently
Farmers from Muyashi Cooperative in Chief Matebo’s area shares a right moment while inspecting a banana plantation under Barrick Lumwana Mine sponsored Agri-Food Innovation project in Solwezi recently

31 COMMENTS

    • @ Umutoba Kongo ; It seems your mother is a sperm-bank,that’s why you look at women as sperm banks.Say that to your mother,not innocent women.

    • Pic #14 is the one justifying that Masebo lihule. Those black net leggings are for prostitution, not church. And why she had Mathani as her date, moreover at church?

  1. Sergent your wife is very beautiful…congrats sir! Don Moen in Zed following up Kirk is such a blessing for my people…hope you had a blessed time…

  2. Pic 6-9 Aupa umunensu.Awe kwena ka timing kali bwino sana neyi impepo bane.Ala June taiyileisa bwino uno muku.Pic 14-16…Doen Moen in Zambia ? How wonderful how i wish i was there.Kanshi ba Katanga niba Lawyer…good to know.

  3. Am I the only one to notice that there’s something seriously wrong with pic 3? Did this guy really pay this courtesy call?

    • Pic 3 is actually two pics. This didnt actually happen to the chief. Ba LT stop lying to the readers please.

      I love how colourful or armed forces look and the wedding pics look great. All the best to you newly weds

    • @zulu Banda,,
      becareful! ma HIPIS yaja ni BOMA baba.. carefull,, reds lips kabimba has a gun..kamulilo!!!

    • Melani chabe matta aBanda. Mabokosi yonse apezeka mu Zambia; Carton bokosi, medium bokosi na match bokosi. Chioneka munasanka matchbox.

  4. Masebo looking all good and beautiful! LT these pictures are really nice especially those for Masebo and the bananas!

  5. Ba tata ba Yaluma, what people need are opportunities to earn an income so that they can buy items of their choosing, not donations! Lets move away from this culture of donations and making people expect donations. What if you opened a distilling plant for Kachuasa, Katubi, Katata etc and employ the locals because they have the skills already for making such beers. Of course you package it nicely after ascertaining its purity and alcohol content. You can employ lots of people and kill the culture of donations. Why not have a local brand of beer called Vodkachasu… We can then export the excess to Tanzania, Congo, Malawi etc.

    • spot on. this culture of stand alone private donations by PUBLIC service workers should be outlawed. On the other hand, I as a private citizen, should be allowed to make a donation to my village school in need of desks or any other area of choice as
      1) I am not doing it as a publicity stunt
      2)I am not soliciting anything in return form these people in less fortunate situations than i have

  6. Pic 1-3″Hey journalists, I’m donating items, please make sure you’re there to take snaps!” @Masebo, you go girl!

  7. 7-9, that’s extremely dangerous and whoever was marrying should apologise to their wives/husbands for exposing them to such danger.

  8. I guess Christopher Yaluma is bringing “development”…the day our electorate will wake up to what the actual roles of an MP are; will be the day when deadwood MP will stop representing them in Parliament.
    Wake up people!!

  9. Thank you for the photos. Please paint the roads and put sign posts once completed. Where is Blessings Center in Lusaka? I love Zambian Army!

  10. Pics #1 & #2 is entrenching a bad culture of dependence mu zambia.I don’t want to be given stuff i’d rather earn what i get the hard way.

  11. Why is Katanga alone, no date. He or sorry she could have moved closer to President Edgar Lungu. When is Sata going out again, we want Lungu to act as presido. You see ena is drunk already, ba Justice Silungwe just starting at glass namba 2.

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