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 First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba being welcomed by PF Livingstone Member of Parliament (MP) Lawrence Evans  on arrival at Harry Mwanga Nkhumbula International Airport for the launch of Community Health Tourism on July 31,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba being welcomed by PF Livingstone Member of Parliament (MP) Lawrence Evans on arrival at Harry Mwanga Nkhumbula International Airport for the launch of Community Health Tourism on July 31,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with Masebo on arrival at Harry Mwanga Nkhumbula International Airport for the launch of Community Health Tourism on July 31,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba  with Masebo on arrival at Harry Mwanga Nkhumbula International Airport for the launch of Community Health Tourism on July 31,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with Masebo on arrival at Harry Mwanga Nkhumbula International Airport for the launch of Community Health Tourism on July 31,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with Masebo on arrival at Harry Mwanga Nkhumbula International Airport for the launch of Community Health Tourism on July 31,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Dr.Kaseba listens to Dr.Kelvin Moonga during the Keep Livingstone Clean and Healthy for Sustained Tourism’’ campaign.
Dr.Kaseba listens to Dr.Kelvin Moonga during the Keep Livingstone Clean and Healthy for Sustained Tourism’’ campaign.

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba Dr Christine Kaseba and Livingston MP Evans during the  cleaning exercise in Maramba township after  she  officially launched the launch of Community Health Tourism campaign in Livingstone on July 31,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba  and Livingston MP Evans during the cleaning exercise in Maramba township after she officially launched the launch of Community Health Tourism campaign in Livingstone on July 31,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba Dr Christine Kaseba and Livingston MP Evans during the  cleaning exercise in Maramba township after  she  officially launched the launch of Community Health Tourism campaign in Livingstone on July 31,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba Dr Christine Kaseba and Livingston MP Evans during the cleaning exercise in Maramba township after she officially launched the launch of Community Health Tourism campaign in Livingstone on July 31,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba Dr Christine Kaseba and Livingston MP Evans during the  cleaning exercise in Maramba township after  she  officially launched the launch of Community Health Tourism campaign in Livingstone on July 31,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba Dr Christine Kaseba and Livingston MP Evans during the cleaning exercise in Maramba township after she officially launched the launch of Community Health Tourism campaign in Livingstone on July 31,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba Dr Christine Kaseba jumps the drainage during the  cleaning exercise in Maramba township after  she  officially launched the launch of Community Health Tourism campaign in Livingstone on July 31,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba Dr Christine Kaseba jumps the drainage during the cleaning exercise in Maramba township after she officially launched the launch of Community Health Tourism campaign in Livingstone on July 31,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Police Commisioners with IG Libongani
The newly apponinted Police Commisioners being introduced by IG Stella Libongani

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President Sata Swearing in Ms Lombe Kamukoshi as police Chief For Western Province
President Sata Swearing in Ms Lombe Kamukoshi as police commissioner for Western Province

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President Sata swearing in Malcolm Mutale at Statehouse
President Sata swearing in Malcolm Mutale as Police Commmissioners for Luapula

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President Michael Sata talks to newly sworn-in- Commissioners of Police Lombe Bwalya-Kamukoshi (c)  and Malcolm Mulenga  during the swearing-in-Ceremony at State House on August 1,2013 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Michael Sata talks to newly sworn-in- Commissioners of Police Lombe Bwalya-Kamukoshi (c) and Malcolm Mulenga during the swearing-in-Ceremony at State House on August 1,2013 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet Peter Kasanda during a conducted tour of the KR185 Million NAPSA housing project in Kalulushi.
Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet Peter Kasanda during a conducted tour of the KR185 Million NAPSA housing project in Kalulushi.

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Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet Peter Kasanda with his entourage during a conducted tour of the New Lufwanyama Secondary School
Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet Peter Kasanda with his entourage during a conducted tour of the New Lufwanyama Secondary School

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Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet Peter Kasanda (middle)with his entourage during a conducted tour of the New Lufwanyama District Hospital
Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet Peter Kasanda (middle)with his entourage during a conducted tour of the New Lufwanyama District Hospital

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Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet Peter Kasanda (right) and Copperbelt Permanent Secretary Stanford Msichili during a conducted tour of the new Kalulushi water treatment plant under construction by the Chinese.
Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet Peter Kasanda (right) and Copperbelt Permanent Secretary Stanford Msichili during a conducted tour of the new Kalulushi water treatment plant under construction by the Chinese.

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TRANSPORT, Works, Supply and Communication Minister Yamfwa Mukanga cuts a ribbon as he hands over medical equipment to Kamuchanga Hospital donated by Mopani Copper Mines.
TRANSPORT, Works, Supply and Communication Minister Yamfwa
Mukanga cuts a ribbon as he hands over medical equipment to Kamuchanga
Hospital donated by Mopani Copper Mines.

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TRANSPORT, Works, Supply and Communication Minister Yamfwa Mukanga commissioning the laundry machine for Ronald Ross Hospital rehabilitated by Mopani Copper Mines
TRANSPORT, Works, Supply and Communication Minister Yamfwa
Mukanga commissioning the laundry machine for Ronald Ross Hospital
rehabilitated by Mopani Copper Mines

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Bank of Zambia Governor Michael Gondwe (far right), Tourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo (middle) and Livingstone Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Miles Daka (left)  at a UNWTO stakeholder meeting at Chrismar Hotel in Livingstone
Bank of Zambia Governor Michael Gondwe (far right), Tourism and Arts
Minister Sylvia Masebo (middle) and Livingstone Chamber of Commerce
and Industry president Miles Daka (left) at a UNWTO stakeholder
meeting at Chrismar Hotel in Livingstone

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Commerce Permanent Secretary Steven Mwansa (far left), Bank of Zambia Governor Michael Gondwe, Tourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo, Livingstone Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Miles Daka and Livingstone MP Lawrence Evans (far right) at a UNWTO stakeholder meeting at Chrismar Hotel in Livingstone
Commerce Permanent Secretary Steven Mwansa (far left), Bank of
Zambia Governor Michael Gondwe, Tourism and Arts Minister Sylvia
Masebo, Livingstone Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Miles
Daka and Livingstone MP Lawrence Evans (far right) at a UNWTO
stakeholder meeting at Chrismar Hotel in Livingstone

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Knives and other paraphernalia surrended to  Lusaka museum that were used  by  slainMailoni brother's
Knives and other paraphernalia surrended to Lusaka museum that were used by slainMailoni brother’s

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Home Affairs Minister Edgar Lungu shakes hands with UNICEF representative Iyorlumun Uhaa after receiving 70 motorbikes donated by UNICEF to the Department of National Registration Passport and Citizenship in Lusaka
Home Affairs Minister Edgar Lungu shakes hands with UNICEF
representative Iyorlumun Uhaa after receiving 70 motorbikes donated by
UNICEF to the Department of National Registration Passport and
Citizenship in Lusaka

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Home Affairs Minister, Edgar Lungu tries out one of the 70 motorbikes donated by UNICEF to the Department of National Registration, Passport and Citizenship in Lusaka yesterday. Looking on is UNICEF representative Iyorlumun Uhaa
Home Affairs Minister, Edgar Lungu tries out one of the 70
motorbikes donated by UNICEF to the Department of National
Registration, Passport and Citizenship in Lusaka yesterday. Looking on
is UNICEF representative Iyorlumun Uhaa

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UTH gynecologist Dr Samson  Chisele (left0 and KHC medical superintendent Dr John Mwewa during the handover of the cervical cancer screening clinic in Kitw
UTH gynecologist Dr Samson Chisele (left0 and KHC medical superintendent Dr John Mwewa during the handover of the cervical cancer screening clinic in Kitwe

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Dr Guy Scott with President Sata at Statehouse
Dr Guy Scott with President Sata at Statehouse

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Dr Guy Scott on the phone at statehouse
Dr Guy Scott on the phone at statehouse

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Mbala-Nakonde road under construction
Mbala-Nakonde road under construction

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CHAMBESHI Water and Sewerage Company Mpulungu District Manager Charles Phiri second (left) explains how his company has been failing to supply adequate water to Mpulungu Township residents due to the breaking down of water pipes by a road construction China Geo South Africa company.
CHAMBESHI Water and Sewerage Company Mpulungu District Manager Charles Phiri  (left) explains how his company has been failing to supply adequate water to Mpulungu Township residents due to the breaking down of water pipes by a road construction China Geo South Africa company.

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NORTHERN Provincial Minister Obious Chisala (right) inspecting a water canal at Lunzuwa Hydro-Power station in Mpulungu district yesterday with China National Electric Engineering Company (CNEEC)’s Assistant Manager Cheng Yu Hong in a blue helmet.
NORTHERN Provincial Minister Obious Chisala (right) inspecting a water canal at Lunzuwa Hydro-Power station in Mpulungu district yesterday with China National Electric Engineering Company (CNEEC)’s Assistant Manager Cheng Yu Hong in a blue helmet.

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 LATE CBU student Francis Mulenga’s mother on a wheelchair breaks down  during body viewing at the grave yard
LATE CBU student Francis Mulenga’s mother on a wheelchair
breaks down during body viewing at the grave yard

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 COPPERBELT Minister Mwenya Musenge being followed behind by Copperbelt University vice chancellor Naison Ngoma during body viewing of the late two CBU students.
COPPERBELT Minister Mwenya Musenge being followed behind by
Copperbelt University vice chancellor Naison Ngoma during body viewing
of the late two CBU students.

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COPPERBELT University Students Union (COBUSU) members make a circle round the grave of their deceased colleagues during burial
COPPERBELT University Students Union (COBUSU) members make a
circle round the grave of their deceased colleagues during burial
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    • Leave Muka Yama… Christina can even even jump on those ropes girls play with, she just been forced to live with a wrong one.

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  1. I am wondering why Dr Kaseba Sata is launching the Community Health Tourism. What is the role of the Minister of Health? The chap has been completely overshadowed by this woman. All health meetings and functions are being officiated by Kaseba. Why then can’t the PF just appoint Kaseba as minister of health?

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  2. You just have to love the first lady.Her stature fits her for the role.It was sad losing those students from CBU.I hope Nsobe will put in measures to make sure that no drunk people should go on those canoes and off course enough life jackets.Rip ba monk.

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  3. Pic 21.
    What is so special about the knives and other primitive weapons that were used to kill innocent lives by those merciless killers to deserve a place in the national museum? They may as well rename the museum as “The Mailoni Brothers Disaster National Museum”.

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  4. Why does Sata look so absent minded? I am yet to see a photo of him where he is attentive. This man is in a world of his own.

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  5. I think Masebo during her hey days used to look great. Nice legs even in old age !!! Ma hips nayo ni proper.

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  6. Ma rubbish everywhere in Zambia. Honestly did livingstone have to wait for the first lady to get rid of the rubbish….and you even make it news ati first lady lauched community health initiative….atase!!!! if i were first lady i would have blasted the area mp, council and chi masebo for not working

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    • This is just a photo opp…. I bet you that area has already filled up as no one collects the refuse or bothers to put skips for the Hook loader trucks to collect every week. There is no system for refuse collection hence this is merely cosmetic.

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  7. #23 Hooooo no no no Edgar Lungu you can’t ride bike while drunk. Please stop him, nakolwa!! We need Lungu, its Friday mbona!

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    • Nibashi mwana ,populary known as Mukubesa……I think his body miss leads a lot of people unless us who know him better. The man used to be my instructor when he was just a Sgt, is very fit we could ran many kilometres. Was once my athletics club chairman,don’t underrate the man.

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  8. I am suprised to see the Livingstone Mayor Lawrence Evans helping to clear the garbage because according to the Zambian Watchdog, he is on a death bed in South Africa. What kind of journalism is this??

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    • First of all he is nit a mayor,secondly ca’t you iddiot see that ,that thing you are calling evans isa moving coffin?

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    • I am equally surprised to see the Lstone MP on his feet when ZWD is reporting that he is sick in hospital in SA. It is issues like this that lead the authority to trying to take it offline. Why such lies!?

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  9. Pondamali, sorry I meant MP. Now, can you educate me how you can tell the Lawrence is a moving coffin. If the flag showing on the post is the right one, I also live in Canada and I would like to consult you as you seem to be a doctor although I am not sure of what kind….

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  10. This is highly embarrassing to the “highly trained” Zambian Army mechanized unit that sprayed these bow and arrow, catapult welding ragtag poachers called Mailoni brothers with automatic gun fire. All those weapons were makeshift handmade.

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    • I think it would be embarrassing if they failed to kill them. Those guys needed to be removed by whatever means.

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  11. Those police officers are too fat. The police in Zambia are either too fat or undernourished.

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  12. Watching these pics i just remember the good old days when Barbie was the only girl made of plastic .

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  13. Christine Kaseba was hoping to meet Clinton in Livingstone hence she timed her trip to coincide with Clinton’s visit. By the way, is she the new minister of health? Look at house Masebo is dressed. Trying to look young

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  14. I WENT TO SWIM WITH SOME KIDS 2 WEEKS AGO.
    I DEMANDED THERE BE AT LEAST 2 LIFE GUARDS FOR THE 6 KIDS I TOOK OUT.
    I WAS GIVEN 2 MAKING IT 3 INCLUDING MYSELF.
    IT JUST FEELS SO SO NICE TO MAKE A CHILD HAPPY. SO FULFILLING

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  15. lufwanyama is the way to go. I love that infrastructure stuff. that’s wat we want to see more often. what happened to CBU students??

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  16. Pic no 3, is this what we are told to be a world class airport? my foot! already rubbish paper can be seen on the floor. Pic no 13, the housing project was started by the MMD. Don’t just give credit to PF. Pics 5-7, if the tourism capital can look like that, it tells you how dirty Zambia is today. I don’t like Sata’s style of governance but I like what Kaseba is doing. If the minister of health is incompetent, let her show the nation how to live in a clean environment.sad seeing last three photos.This is the result of councils failing to provide Zambians with sweeming pools where they can learn to swim. Life jackets should be a must for those going on tourism boats.

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  17. This Government is the best ever under the circumstances. Low copper prices yet delivering on promises.

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  18. For some reason, I just can’t take to Christine. I feel like she is always putting on a show. If I compare her to Michelle Obama, she would seem like she has less substance, even though she is just as well educated as Michelle.

    I think I need to get over the fact that she was dating Mr. Sata while he was married with several children (both legitimate and illegitimate). And that the first Mrs. Sata was such an honourable woman.

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  19. The grief of the CBU student’s mother makes me wanna cry. What a tragedy. God bless and keep you mama.

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