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Last week/Wkend in Pictures

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UPND deputy secretary general Kuchunga Simusamba protesting against the Chief Justice Lombe Chibesakunda outside the Supreme Court
UPND deputy secretary general Kuchunga Simusamba protesting against
the Chief Justice Lombe Chibesakunda outside the Supreme Court

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with President of  the Zambia  Medical Association Dr Maureen Chisembele shortly before she officially opened the  Zambia Medical Association (ZMA)  Scientific Conference and Annual General meeting at Mulungushi International Conference Centre on July 27,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with President of the Zambia Medical Association Dr Maureen Chisembele shortly before she officially opened the Zambia Medical Association (ZMA) Scientific Conference and Annual General meeting at Mulungushi International Conference Centre on July 27,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba recieves the ZMA Distinguished Service Award from  President of  the Zambia  Medical Association Dr Maureen Chisembele during the official opening of the Zambia Medical Association (ZMA) Scientific Conference and Annual General meeting at Mulungushi International Conference Centre on July 27,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba receives the ZMA Distinguished Service Award from President of the Zambia Medical Association Dr Maureen Chisembele during the official opening of the Zambia Medical Association (ZMA) Scientific Conference and Annual General meeting at Mulungushi International Conference Centre on July 27,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba recieves the ZMA Distinguished Service Award from  President of  the Zambia  Medical Association Dr Maureen Chisembele during the official opening of the Zambia Medical Association (ZMA) Scientific Conference and Annual General meeting at Mulungushi International Conference Centre on July 27,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba recieves the ZMA Distinguished Service Award from President of the Zambia Medical Association Dr Maureen Chisembele during the official opening of the Zambia Medical Association (ZMA) Scientific Conference and Annual General meeting at Mulungushi International Conference Centre on July 27,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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MWATA KAZEMBE making a grand entry into the main arena at the last Mutomboko ceremony.
Mwata Kazembe making a grand entry into the main arena at the last Mutomboko ceremony.

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THE Mwata performing the conquest dance during this year's Mutomboko Ceremony of the Lunda people of Mwansabombwe in Luapula Province.
Mwata Kazembe  performing the conquest dance during this year’s Mutomboko
Ceremony of the Lunda people of Mwansabombwe in Luapula Province.

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CHIEFS and Traditional Affairs Minister Prof. Nkandu Luo greets subordinate Chiefs on arrival in at the palace during this year's Mutombo Ceremony of the Lunda people in Mwansabombwe District.
CHIEFS and Traditional Affairs Minister Prof. Nkandu Luo greets
subordinate Chiefs on arrival in at the palace during this year’s
Mutombo Ceremony of the Lunda
people in Mwansabombwe District.

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NEWLY appointed Luapula Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo shares a light moment with Mutomboko Organising Committee spokesperson Criticles Mwansa during this year's Mutombo Ceremony of the Lunda people in Mwansabombwe.
NEWLY appointed Luapula Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo
shares a light moment with Mutomboko Organising Committee spokesperson
Criticles Mwansa during this year’s Mutombo Ceremony of the Lunda
people in Mwansabombwe.

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MALOLE Member of Parliament Chris Yaluma (right) looks on as David Musonda, a ward councilor walks away with a bicycle which was part of the 40 bicycles Mr Yaluma donated for the constituency operations in Mungwi District at the weekend.
MALOLE Member of Parliament Chris Yaluma (right) looks on as David Musonda, a ward councilor walks away with a bicycle which was part of the 40 bicycles Mr Yaluma donated for the constituency operations in Mungwi District at the weekend.

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 MALOLE Member of Parliament Chris Yaluma (left) flanked by Mungwi District Patriotic Front (PF) chairperson Joseph Chiluba look on as constituency chairperson Josephine Musonda walks away with a bicycle which was part of the 40 bicycles Mr Yaluma donated for the constituency operations in Mungwi District at the weekend.
MALOLE Member of Parliament Chris Yaluma (left) flanked by Mungwi District Patriotic Front (PF) chairperson Joseph Chiluba look on as constituency chairperson Josephine Musonda walks away with a bicycle which was part of the 40 bicycles Mr Yaluma donated for the constituency operations in Mungwi District at the weekend.

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-UNITED States of America (USA) Ambassador Mark Stollera (left) shaking hands with Chief Nondo (right) while Chiefs Minister Professor Nkandu Luo listens attentively during the relaunch of Male Circumsicion ceremony at Nondo Primary school in Senga Hill Constituency in Mbala district
-UNITED States of America (USA) Ambassador Mark Stollera (left) shaking hands with Chief Nondo (right) while Chiefs Minister Professor Nkandu Luo listens attentively during the relaunch of Male Circumsicion ceremony at Nondo Primary school in Senga Hill Constituency in Mbala district

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 UNITED States of America (USA) Ambassador Mark Stollera (left) sharing a pep talk with Chiefs Minister Professor Nkandu Luo (centre) with Minister for Community Development, Mother and Child Health Dr. Joseph Katema (right) during the relaunch of Male Circumsicion ceremony at Nondo Primary school in Mbala district recently.
UNITED States of America (USA) Ambassador Mark Stollera (left) sharing a pep talk with Chiefs Minister Professor Nkandu Luo (centre) with Minister for Community Development, Mother and Child Health Dr. Joseph Katema (right) during the relaunch of Male Circumsicion ceremony at Nondo Primary school in Mbala district recently.

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St. Johns Theater club members of Nondo performing during the relaunch of Male Circumcision ceremony at Nondo Primary school in Senga Hill Constituency in Mbala district
St. Johns Theater club members of Nondo performing during the relaunch of Male Circumcision ceremony at Nondo Primary school in Senga Hill Constituency in Mbala district

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 UNITED States of America (USA) Ambassador Mark Stollera (left) shaking hands with Chief Mumena during relaunch of Male Circumsicion ceremony at Nondo Primary school in Mbala district
UNITED States of America (USA) Ambassador Mark Stollera (left) shaking hands with Chief Mumena during relaunch of Male Circumsicion ceremony at Nondo Primary school in Mbala district

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UNITED States of America (USA) Ambassador Mark Stollera third (left) paying homage to Chief Nondo (left) at his palace on arrival for relaunch of Male Circumcision ceremony at Nondo Primary school in Senga Hill Constituency in Mbala district
UNITED States of America (USA) Ambassador Mark Stollera third (left) paying homage to Chief Nondo (left) at his palace on arrival for relaunch of Male Circumcision ceremony at Nondo Primary school in Senga Hill Constituency in Mbala district

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Voters queuing at Katuba Roads camp polling Station in the Mkushi North By- Elections
Voters queuing at Katuba Roads camp polling Station in the Mkushi
North By- Elections

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PF candidate Ingrid Mpande (center in a powdered pf cap) celebrating with her supporters after being declared winner for Mkushi North Parliamentary By-Elections, July 26, 2013.
PF candidate Ingrid Mpande (center in a powdered pf cap) celebrating with her supporters after being declared winner for Mkushi North Parliamentary By-Elections, July 26, 2013.

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Patriotic Front (PF) candidate, Peter Ilunga leaves the polling station after casting his vote during the bye election for Solwezi East constituency
Patriotic Front (PF) candidate, Peter Ilunga leaves the polling station after casting his vote during the bye election for Solwezi East constituency

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MMD President, Dr. Nevers Mumba, is welcomed by Council chamber polling station Presiding Officer, Binwell Kumwenda, when he escorted Chipata Central constituency by-election candidate, Reuben Mtolo, to cast his vote
MMD President, Dr. Nevers Mumba, is welcomed by Council chamber polling station Presiding Officer, Binwell Kumwenda, when he escorted Chipata Central constituency by-election candidate, Reuben Mtolo, to cast his vote

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VOTERS in a queue at Roads Board, as they wait for their turn to cast their vote in the Chipata Central constituency by-election
VOTERS in a queue at Roads Board, as they wait for their turn to cast their vote in the Chipata Central constituency by-election

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Zambians of Asian origin waiting for their turn during the voting process of the just-ended Chipata Central seat parliamentary by-election on Thursday at Kanjala Primary School
Zambians of Asian origin waiting for their turn during the voting process of the just-ended Chipata Central seat parliamentary by-election on Thursday at Kanjala Primary School

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Two elderly women clad in Chitenges brave the morning cold as they queue for names veriffication during the Kafuafuta bye election at Lubende Basic School in Masaiti District.
Two elderly women clad in Chitenges brave the morning cold as they queue for names veriffication during the Kafuafuta bye election at Lubende Basic School in Masaiti District.

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An electoral officer shows an empty ballot box to political party representatives and other accredited election officials before voting is commenced at Chiwala Basic School in Masaiti District.
An electoral officer shows an empty ballot box to political party representatives and other accredited election officials before voting is commenced at Chiwala Basic School in Masaiti District.

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MMD sympathisers celebrate the victory of Reuben Mtolo along Kafula road in Chipata.
MMD sympathisers celebrate the victory of Reuben Mtolo along Kafula road in Chipata.

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MMD cadres celebrating at the victory of Reuben Mtolo Phiri as Chipata Central Member of Parliament (MP) in the Thursday’s poll
MMD cadres celebrating at the victory of Reuben Mtolo Phiri as Chipata Central Member of Parliament (MP) in the Thursday’s poll

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PATRIOTIC Front(PF) losing candidate Lameck Mangani accompanied by wife Maureen during the just-ended Chipata Central seat parliamentary by-election on Thursday.
PATRIOTIC Front(PF) losing candidate Lameck Mangani accompanied by wife Maureen during the just-ended Chipata Central seat parliamentary by-election on Thursday.

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Newly re-elected Chipata Central Member of Parliament (MP) Reuben Mtolo Phiri cast his vote at Chipata Municipal Council chamber during the voting of Chipata Central parliamentary by-election in Thursday’s poll
Newly re-elected Chipata Central Member of Parliament (MP) Reuben Mtolo Phiri cast his vote at Chipata Municipal Council chamber during the voting of Chipata Central parliamentary by-election in Thursday’s poll

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Milombwe Polling Station, Upper Lusenfwa Ward Presiding officer (l) helps an 83year old man Chitendwa Alason to cast his vote during the Mkushi North Parliamentary By-Elections
Milombwe Polling Station, Upper Lusenfwa Ward Presiding officer (l) helps an 83year old man Chitendwa Alason to cast his vote during the Mkushi North Parliamentary By-Elections

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Kalungu bridge which needs urgent attention in Mungwi district
Kalungu bridge which needs urgent attention in Mungwi district

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 NORTHERN Province Minister Obious Chisala third from (right) listening from Road Development Agency (RDA) Northern Regional Manager George Manyele second (right) explaining a point near the end of Kasama-Mbesuma road in Mungwi
NORTHERN Province Minister Obious Chisala third from (right) listening from Road Development Agency (RDA) Northern Regional Manager George Manyele second (right) explaining a point near the end of Kasama-Mbesuma road in Mungwi

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Northern Province Minister Obious Chisala in black attire inspecting Kasama-Mungwi road with his team as China Geo Company team and its machinery are busy at work despite it being a Sunday.
Northern Province Minister Obious Chisala in black attire inspecting Kasama-Mungwi road with his team as China Geo Company team and its machinery are busy at work despite it being a Sunday.

33 COMMENTS

  1. Pic#7 Nkandu Luo should have worn a Chitenge. This is a traditional ceremony. No one wants to see your structure in that manner

    • kaili ati ni “english dressing” since nibo punzila amai a Nkandu. she could even have worn a japanese kimono. as long sibanali chintako bali che.

    • TheEngineer(Australia), iyoo uli wa miponto.
      This professor in medicine Nkandu is also over weight bad kind!
      Even aging can be done gracefully!

  2. why is the first lady getting prizes all the times.. she be doing some great job travelling?
    PIc# 10.. i see those are the bicycles repossesed from MMD`s Gabriel namulambe being give to PF cadres,, thats why Gabriel`s court case has been stop
    pic# 12 great to see ugly prof luo
    pic# 26 sad poor mangani,, seems like he and the wife can do with some medical attention
    pic#24 nice chipata hilly view

  3. Can the Zambia medical Association explain why that award was given to Dr.Kaseba.Is it because she is first lady? what about all the hard working doctors who with minimal resources and poor wages are saving lives every day? Its unbecoming for such a distinguished association to be bootlicking.

  4. Then some of the thin columns were put at an angle! And I am not an Engineer but I can see the wrongs out-rightly in this bridge!

  5. Pic 1.Is that Kuchungu from Kabulonga boys?Wow he is a great speaker and definitely leadership material.There is hope for Zambian youth after all!

    Pic9-10 Why are PF Mps donating bicycles? They are the same ones who threw MMD Mps in court over bicycles.

    pic 18.No wonder PF lost in Solwezi ..that ka chap can’t be an honorable member of parliament.He looks like a gardener.

  6. I wonder what value some of these tradition things have. so far they have always made us left behind while the whole world move on with new technologies and newer efficient ways of doing things to the betterment of the future generations. some of these things have stood to divide us, subjugate freedoms and progressive thinking…

  7. Ambassador Stollera must have served the longest in Zambia amongst other foreign diplomats.
    What a contrast! Pic 26, A sorry sight of the loser Mangani and Pic 27 the victor Reuben Phiri’s beaming smile.
    Pictures of the week have now become the first lady’s photo album, she has taken over from Masebo.

  8. Pic 26 I can see Masulani crying after loosing the Chipata central bye election. I suppose that’s the Catholic nun he married when he was Deputy Headmaster at Chassa Secondary School. He will cry louder when he reaches home. He is just simmering at the moment. He even advised his wife to wear a suit as they await victory. Hahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!! It’s when you can tell that power is sweet baba.

  9. Pic 9, 10: It is very criminal to see Yaluma distributing bicycles to PF cadres after arresting the MMD for doing the same. Where is the difference here? You grab items from others purporting that they stole only to engage in the same acts by giving your cadres. Is the PF a clean party? The answer is no. In any case, the PF has become the most corrupt party in the history of Zambia. They are engaging in these acts in broad day light

  10. This ******* chap Storella is a nuisance, the chap is on a fictitious crusade to get every Zambian man chopped. The chap should be banned from our rural towns the **** is misleading the poor with his phoney smile and USAID dollars.

    • @Maxwell,
      You are 100% spot on regarding Storella. I asked a question how long he has been at the US embassy in Lusaka. He has overstayed and must be watched.

  11. Picture #18, A lady won the mukushi by-election. In retrospect Zambians won all four by-elections then, that because women side with feeding the masses. A wise mind will see my logic and perceive the good of my comment.

  12. Pic#21 those asian zambians must be thinking they’re voting for some lost african who have failed to build their country and don’t value hard work or cleanliness.They just put up a fake smiles bcoz they own our economy.

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