Wednesday, May 29, 2024

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LIVINGSTONE District Commissioner Ommar Munsanje congratulates a 92 year old Alesi Moono before presenting with gifts. This was during the International Day of the family commemoration at Civic centre in Livingstone on Wednesday. Lifting Alesi Moono is Evangelist Fred Siayaba of Church of Christ
LIVINGSTONE District Commissioner Ommar Munsanje congratulates a 92 year old Alesi Moono before presenting with gifts. This was during the International Day of the family commemoration at Civic centre in Livingstone on Wednesday. Lifting Alesi Moono is Evangelist Fred Siayaba of Church of Christ

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LIVINGSTONE District Commissioner Ommar Munsanje congratulates a 92 year old Alesi Moono before presenting with gifts. This was during the International Day of the family commemoration at Civic centre in Livingstone on Wednesday. Lifting Alesi Moono is Evangelist Fred Siayaba of Church of Christ
LIVINGSTONE District Commissioner Ommar Munsanje congratulates a 92 year old Alesi Moono before presenting with gifts. This was during the International Day of the family commemoration at Civic centre in Livingstone on Wednesday. Lifting Alesi Moono is Evangelist Fred Siayaba of Church of Christ

 

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Inyatsi Roads Zambia contracts director Robert Boutelje (far left), Transport Minister Christopher Yaluma (second from far left), Inyatsi asphalt manager Yohan Ratef (second from far right) and RDA chairperson Willie Nsanda (far right) inspecting Inyatsi machinery which is currently not operational in Livingstone
Inyatsi Roads Zambia contracts director Robert Boutelje (far left), Transport Minister Christopher Yaluma (second from far left), Inyatsi asphalt manager Yohan Ratef (second from far right) and RDA chairperson Willie Nsanda (far right) inspecting Inyatsi machinery which is currently not operational in Livingstone

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Transport, Works, Supply and Communication Minister Christopher Yaluma (middle) inspecting road works on Mosi-oa-tunya Road in Livingstone
Transport, Works, Supply and Communication Minister Christopher Yaluma (middle) inspecting road works on Mosi-oa-tunya Road in Livingstone

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Transport, Works, Supply and Communication Minister Christopher Yaluma (middle) inspecting construction works at Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone
Transport, Works, Supply and Communication Minister Christopher Yaluma (middle) inspecting construction works at Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone

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CHIEFS and Traditional Affairs Permanent Secretary Coilard Chibbonta (r ) plants a Khaya nyasis tree at Victoria Falls World Heritage site, on the right is an Ecologist Musawa Hamusonde helping him. This was when the Minister and Permanent Secretary visited the heritage sites in Livingstone City recently
CHIEFS and Traditional Affairs Permanent Secretary Coilard Chibbonta (r ) plants a Khaya nyasis tree at Victoria Falls World Heritage site, on the right is an Ecologist Musawa Hamusonde helping him. This was when the Minister and Permanent Secretary visited the heritage sites in Livingstone City recently

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CHIEFS and Traditional Affairs minister Professor Nkandu Luo (r) plants an afzelia quanzensis tree at Victoria Falls World Heritage site. This was when she visited the heritage sites in Livingstone City recently. On her right is regional Ecologist Musawa Hamusonde
CHIEFS and Traditional Affairs Minister Professor Nkandu Luo (l)admires the curios as Mukuni Victoria Falls curio Market Association Chairperson Patrick Malake guides her. This was when she visited the heritage sites in Livingstone City

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Zamtel Managing Director Mupanga Mwanakatwe and Samsung Vice President George Ferreira shake hands after the signing ceremony between Zamtel and Samsung at Zamtel house in Lusaka
Zamtel Managing Director Mupanga Mwanakatwe and Samsung Vice President George Ferreira shake hands after the signing ceremony between Zamtel and Samsung at Zamtel house in Lusaka

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Zamtel Managing Director Mupanga Mwanakatwe and Samsung Vice President George Ferreira shake hands after the signing ceremony between Zamtel and Samsung at Zamtel house in Lusaka
Zamtel Managing Director Mupanga Mwanakatwe and Samsung Vice President George Ferreira shake hands after the signing ceremony between Zamtel and Samsung at Zamtel house in Lusaka

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President Michael Sata with  Freedom fighters from Muchinga province when they visited  him at State House
President Michael Sata with Freedom fighters from Muchinga province when they visited him at State House

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President Michael Sata with  Freedom fighters from Muchinga province when they visited  him at State House
President Michael Sata with Freedom fighters from Muchinga province when they visited him at State House

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JUSTICE Minister Wynter Kabimba addresses students at Cavendish University in Lusaka on Tuesday. This was during the inauguration of presidents of the Law Society and Business and Economic Association of the Cavendish University Zambia Students Union
JUSTICE Minister Wynter Kabimba addresses students at Cavendish University in Lusaka on Tuesday. This was during the inauguration of presidents of the Law Society and Business and Economic Association of the Cavendish University Zambia Students Union

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Road Development Agency (RDA) Director Bernard Chiwala (right), Pave Zambia Project Senior Manager Thomson Banda and President Michael Sata Economic Advisor Paul Siame inspects the equipment that has been procured ahead of the August 30 groundbreaking ceremony of Pave Zambia 2000 project at RDA Mumbwa road workshop
Road Development Agency (RDA) Director Bernard Chiwala (right), Pave Zambia Project Senior Manager Thomson Banda and President Michael Sata Economic Advisor Paul Siame inspects the equipment that has been procured ahead of the August 30 groundbreaking ceremony of Pave Zambia 2000 project at RDA Mumbwa road workshop

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Road Development Agency (RDA) Director Bernard Chiwala (left) and Pave Zambia Project Senior Manager Thomson Banda inspects the equipment that has been procured ahead of the August 30 groundbreaking ceremony of Pave Zambia 2000 project at RDA Mumbwa road workshop
Road Development Agency (RDA) Director Bernard Chiwala (left) and Pave Zambia Project Senior Manager Thomson Banda inspects the equipment that has been procured ahead of the August 30 groundbreaking ceremony of Pave Zambia 2000 project at RDA Mumbwa road workshop

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urses and midwives participating in a match past during the commemoration of international nurses day held in Serenje district and was attended by all nurses from all districts of the province including newly created Chitambo district
Nurses and midwives participating in a match past during the commemoration of international nurses day held in Serenje district and was attended by all nurses from all districts of the province including newly created Chitambo district

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Picture five Central province minister Philip Kosamu second last in a suit leading the nurses and midwives during the commemoration of nurses day in Serenje district which attracted participants from all parts of the province
Central province minister Philip Kosamu second last in a suit leading the nurses and midwives during the commemoration of nurses day in Serenje district which attracted participants from all parts of the province

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urses and midwives participating in a match past during the commemoration of international nurses day held in Serenje district and was attended by all nurses from all districts of the province including newly created Chitambo district
Nurses and midwives participating in a match past during the commemoration of international nurses day held in Serenje district and was attended by all nurses from all districts of the province including newly created Chitambo district

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urses and midwives participating in a match past during the commemoration of international nurses day held in Serenje district and was attended by all nurses from all districts of the province including newly created Chitambo district
Nurses and midwives participating in a match past during the commemoration of international nurses day held in Serenje district and was attended by all nurses from all districts of the province including newly created Chitambo district

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Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda with Muchinga Permanent Secretary Charles Sipanje touring newly opened Zambia National Commercial Bank Branch in Nakonde
Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda with Muchinga Permanent Secretary Charles Sipanje touring newly opened Zambia National Commercial Bank Branch in Nakonde

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Western Province Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba shaking hands with the Commissioner General Berlin Msiska when after the Permanent Secretary toured the border post
Western Province Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba shaking hands with the Commissioner General Berlin Msiska when after the Permanent Secretary toured the border post

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Western Province Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba sitting on the desk without upper writing board while the School headmaster Lutoombi Mwananyanda trying to put back the upper writing board that was remove off it during the tour of the school
Western Province Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba sitting on the desk without upper writing board while the School headmaster Lutoombi Mwananyanda trying to put back the upper writing board that was remove off it during the tour of the school

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Western Province Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba looking in pity how the School <del> cookies <del> Cooks struggle in preparing food for the school children who are more than 1000 using one cooking pot during the tour of the school
Western Province Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba looking in pity how the School cookies Cooks struggle in preparing food for the school children who are more than 1000 using one cooking pot during the tour of the school

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Western Province Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba looking in pity how the School cookies struggle in preparing food for the school children who are more than 1000 using one cooking pot during the tour of the school
Western Province Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba looking in pity how the School cookies struggle in preparing food for the school children who are more than 1000 using one cooking pot during the tour of the school

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Second Lady, Charlotte Scott signing her autograph at the just launched ''Junior Reporter Magazine'' and surrounding her are Junior Reportersduring the launch of '' Junior Reporter Magazine'' at Elunda 2 Building in Lusaka
Second Lady, Charlotte Scott signing her autograph at the just launched ”Junior Reporter Magazine” and surrounding her are Junior Reportersduring the launch of ” Junior Reporter Magazine” at Elunda 2 Building in Lusaka

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Second Lady, Charlotte Scott signing her autograph at the just launched ''Junior Reporter Magazine'' and surrounding her are Junior Reportersduring the launch of '' Junior Reporter Magazine'' at Elunda 2 Building in Lusaka
Second Lady, Charlotte Scott signing her autograph at the just launched ”Junior Reporter Magazine” and surrounding her are Junior Reportersduring the launch of ” Junior Reporter Magazine” at Elunda 2 Building in Lusaka

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Education Ps Dr. Patrick Nkanza delivering a speech on behalf of the Education Minister Dr. John Phiri during the launch of '' Junior Reporter Magazine'' at Elunda 2 Building in Lusaka, May 16, 2013. On the left is a group of Junior Reporters
Education Ps Dr. Patrick Nkanza delivering a speech on behalf of the Education Minister Dr. John Phiri during the launch of ” Junior Reporter Magazine” at Elunda 2 Building in Lusaka. On the left is a group of Junior Reporters

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Mukuni Victoria Falls Curio Market currently covered in readiness for the construction of the new market to prepare for August 2013 UNWTO conference
Mukuni Victoria Falls Curio Market currently covered in readiness for the construction of the new market to prepare for August 2013 UNWTO conference

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Workers from Kalomo Hiware Enterprises digging the foundation for the construction of new Mukuni Victoria Falls Curio Market in Livingstone in readiness for UNWTO conference
Workers from Kalomo Hiware Enterprises digging the foundation for the construction of new Mukuni Victoria Falls Curio Market in Livingstone in readiness for UNWTO conference

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Emmanuel Chenda tees off during the 2013 Airtel Zambia sponsored Pro-Am Golf Tournament at the Lusaka Golf Club
Emmanuel Chenda tees off during the 2013 Airtel Zambia sponsored Pro-Am Golf Tournament at the Lusaka Golf Club

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Emmanuel Chenda tees off during the 2013 Airtel Zambia sponsored Pro-Am Golf Tournament at the Lusaka Golf Club
Emmanuel Chenda tees off during the 2013 Airtel Zambia sponsored Pro-Am Golf Tournament at the Lusaka Golf Club

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ZAMBIA’S Melissa Nawa tees off during yesterday’s 2013 Airtel Zambia sponsored Pro-Am at the Lusaka Golf Club
ZAMBIA’S Melissa Nawa tees off during yesterday’s 2013 Airtel Zambia
sponsored Pro-Am at the Lusaka Golf Club

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ZAMBIA’S Melissa Nawa tees off during yesterday’s 2013 Airtel Zambia sponsored Pro-Am at the Lusaka Golf Club
ZAMBIA’S Melissa Nawa tees off during  2013 Airtel Zambia sponsored Pro-Am at the Lusaka Golf Club

37 COMMENTS

    • Melissa nga uli na true love letako, nga walinaka umutima nge tako!!

  1. Freedom Fighters from Muchinga Province? I presume these are the comrades who liberated the Bembas from foreign rule on 20 September 2011. These State House meetings of Muchingans are becoming a concern to Zambians who believe that the country is still one country! Or is it?

    • an ignorant mind, so full of western media propaganda. travel and not just watch what CNN and BBC tell you. see russia my friend and you will be surprised. you will even wonder why they report such nonsense about this country in western media. keep an open mind my friend.

  2. Picture seven
    1. Is it Nkandu Luo on the right?
    2. Is she planting any tree?
    Picture 11
    Is that lady who looks young also a freedom fighter? Looking at the others how old could she have been when she was fighting for freedom and by the way is Zambia’s freedom or SA’fredom she fought for?
    picture 21
    Ba Mwamba was that top off or you just removed it so that you can pose for a photo?

  3. Fred Siayaba in the first two pictures is a true man of God for lifting grandma. Where are the other good Samaritans to procure a wheel chair for our glorious Mbuya?

  4. Pic#1 & 2 – Zambians dont know Jack about dignity and decency, provide a wheel chair for the old lady instead of picking her up like a baby!

    • My opinion too.
      What type of stupidity is this sure mwebantu? Who are the organisers of such events. And some of those guys have the audacity of claiming being educated.
      Such rubbish mentality needs to end.
      A 92 year old being lifted like that is dangerous.

  5. Is it just me or has anyone noticed how Mellisa ha bulged….she was a pretty young lady a few yrs ago….just too bulky for a sports person

  6. Yaba ba Melissa golf is about body fitness also, hit the gym too much body fat getting in the way of ya swing.

  7. Pics # 23, 24 etc.

    Beautiful young Zambian women with natural hair just conditioned. See what beauty is with no weaves nor fat.

    • Immediately that young beauty gets a proper payslip she will jump on to the weave wagon.

    • You are indeed correct. Where did the teaching of culture end? Blessed are those that listen to a wise mother and father’s teachings.

  8. Pictures #3 and #4,

    Even the Bazungu workers are old and have potbellies like our Cabinet. One thing you can say, Zambia is an equal opportunity and freedom non exercising state.

  9. Always nice to see the pics.

    Pic ‘7: Beautiful works of Art. We need to invest a lot more in the Art & Crafts. I am convinced that there are a lot of local Artists whose works equal those of Leonardo Da Vinci, Pablo Picasso or Van Gogh, but are just wasting away due to lack of finances for proper exhibition and marketing.

  10. Ama Nurses & midwives ifiko. Eye abana limo bafwila mu fipatala fwesu.

    Ba Melissa kuti mwatola shani bola na mini iyo Pali bash Bantu? Mondeko mama.

  11. Pictures #15, #16 and #17 – the people in these pictures are on a “March Past” not a “match past” !! When will our writers ever get this correct ?!!

  12. Seems every project has to be inspected by politicians. Tell you what Mr. Politrickscian, things wont go any faster because of your visit.

    Pics No. 32 and 32 – Drop golf for gym or a proper sport kiddo

  13. I’m sure some of these bloggers commenting negatively about weight are the same ones who call for Zambians to embrace their culture, not the West’s. Hypocrites. You’re brainwashed! Being heavy doesn’t mean one isn’t a good athlete (have any of you ever watched a game of rugby), and also a meta-analysis of studies done recently found evidence that medical standards for a healthy weight are probably too low. It’s less about your weight than what you eat (unprocessed foods versus fast food and processed foods), where you have fat and how much, and how active you are. These super thin beauty ideals will lead to nothing but misery and unhealthiness, trust me.

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