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The Weekend in Pictures

Photo Gallery The Weekend in Pictures

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South African armed forces parade before the funeral procession carrying the coffin of South African leader Nelson Mandela enters his compound in Qunu on December 15 2013 for his funeral. Mandela, the revered icon of the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa and one of the towering political figures of the 20th century, died in Johannesburg on December 5 at age 95.     CARL DE SOUZA/AFP/Getty Images)
South African armed forces parade before the funeral procession carrying the coffin of South African leader Nelson Mandela enters his compound in Qunu on December 15 2013 for his funeral. Mandela, the revered icon of the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa and one of the towering political figures of the 20th century, died in Johannesburg on December 5 at age 95. CARL DE SOUZA/AFP/Getty Images)

2.

Zambia's President Kenneth David Kaunda, right, and Prince Albert of Monaco arrive for former South African President Nelson Mandela's funeral service in Qunu, South Africa, Sunday, Dec. 15, 2013. (AP Photo/Odd Andersen, Pool)
Zambia’s former President Kenneth David Kaunda, right, and Prince Albert of Monaco arrive for former South African President Nelson Mandela’s funeral service in Qunu, South Africa, Sunday, Dec. 15, 2013. (AP Photo/Odd Andersen, Pool)

3.

Britain's Prince Charles greets former Zambian President Kenneth Kaunda on arrival for the funeral ceremony of former president Nelson Mandela in Qunu. (Odd Andersen, AFP)
Britain’s Prince Charles greets former Zambian President Kenneth Kaunda on arrival for the funeral ceremony of former president Nelson Mandela in Qunu. (Odd Andersen, AFP)

4.

Part of the crowd that attended President Michael Sata’s rally in Mambwe District
Part of the crowd that attended President Michael Sata’s rally in Mambwe District on  Sunday 14th December

5.

President Sata when he made a stop over  at Feni, Paramount Chief Mpezeni's area en route to Vumbwi
President Sata when he made a stop over at Feni, Paramount Chief Mpezeni’s area en route to Vumbwi

6.

President Sata arrives in Vubwi
President Sata arrives in Vubwi

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PRESIDENT Michael Sata, introduces Malambo By-election candidate, Jack Shuma ( Kneeling) at a rally he addressed at Chiutika Primary School in Mambwe District
President Michael Sata, introduces Malambo By-election candidate, Jack Shuma ( Kneeling) at a rally he addressed at Chiutika Primary School in Mambwe District

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The Late Simon Kapwepwe's grand-daughter Natasha got married over the weekend to Gregory Banda.Here the new couple dance during their  Wedding ceremony at Adventure City
The Late Simon Kapwepwe’s grand-daughter, Natasha got married over the weekend to Gregory Banda.Here the new couple dance during their Wedding ceremony at Adventure City

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Chileshe Kapwepwe's daughter Natasha with her husband Gregory Banda  during their  Wedding ceremony at Adventure City on December 14,2013 . The Wedding ceremony was attended by First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba
Chileshe Kapwepwe’s daughter Natasha with her husband Gregory Banda during their Wedding ceremony at Adventure City on December 14,2013 . The Wedding ceremony was attended by First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba

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Chileshe Kapwepwe (second from right) with First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during a Wedding ceremony of her daughter Natasha (second from left) who got married to Gregory Banda (L) at Adventure City on December 14,2013
Chileshe Kapwepwe  with First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during a Wedding ceremony of her daughter Natasha  who got married to Gregory Banda  at Adventure City on December 14,2013

11.

ZESCO isolated the entire town of Solwezi for this truck to pass below the power lines.That spot is the turnoff to the Royal Solwezi opposite Froliana Lodge.Picture sent by LT blogger
ZESCO isolated the entire town of Solwezi for this truck to pass below the power lines.That spot is the turnoff to the Royal Solwezi opposite Froliana Lodge.Picture sent by LT blogger

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Thomas Kamwendo and her wife  Mailes (c) with First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during the 25 th Wedding anniversary at Mulungushi International Conference Centre  on December 14,2013. Dr Kaseba was the matron
Thomas Kamwendo and his wife Mailes (c) with First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during their 25 th Wedding anniversary at Mulungushi International Conference Centre on December 14,2013. Dr Kaseba was the matron

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Thomas Kamwendo and her wife  Mailes (c) with First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during the 25 th Wedding anniversary at Mulungushi International Conference Centre  on December 14,2013. Dr Kaseba was the matron
Thomas Kamwendo and his wife Mailes  cut the cake aided by their matron First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during the 25 th Wedding anniversary at Mulungushi International Conference Centre on December 14,2013.

14.

LUANGENI Member of Parliament who is Energy Deputy Minister Charles Zulu checking a newly constructed borehole at Masiwa village in Chipata on Friday
LUANGENI Member of Parliament who is also Energy Deputy Minister Charles
Zulu checking a newly constructed borehole at Masiwa village in
Chipata on Friday

15.

Deputy minister of community development mother and child health drinks water from the borehole donated by the muslim social and welfare trust
Deputy minister of community development mother and child health,Jean Kapata  drinks water from the borehole donated to Kabanana compound by the muslim social and welfare trust

16.

Information and Broadcasting Services Permanent Secretary George Zulu (right) talks to Information and Broadcasting Services Press and Media Development Director Isaac Chipampe (centre) and Times Printpak Managing Director Godfrey Malama when he visited the company in Lusaka
Information and Broadcasting Services Permanent Secretary George Zulu
(right) talks to Information and Broadcasting Services Press and Media
Development Director Isaac Chipampe (centre) and Times Printpak
Managing Director Godfrey Malama when he visited the company in Lusaka

44 COMMENTS

  1. Terrible camera, my Iphone 6, which is not yet out in the UK has a 13 megapixel and would have shown this pictures much better

    I think these pictures depicts suffering to the core, I love Zambia but how on earth would someone go back there and leave these streets here in Glasgow?

    Thanks

  2. Congrats Engineer Tom Kamwendo of the love city of Kitwe. 25 years mu marriage! Wish you another 25. Manje ba Jack Shuma ku malambo, chioneka monga bali pa firing squad and on his knees begging for his life.

  3. In picture 8, is not clear if you are talking about the late Kapwepwe or Natasha being Dead. You probably mean’t the former Natasha is probably still alive. Good pictures.

    • ichisungu mdala chali shupa,thats why we insist on us reverting to our own languages. Language development failure means wasted time in reading articles,books, scientific journals, papers etc because it needs rereading the same line twice or more to understand what is being talked about. ninshi in the mean time the same paper or journal is being read by a native speaker (english say) and they grasp the idea being transmitted in the paper and they go on to implement or start experimenting with the idea. then we wonder why we are ever lagging behind. Man know thyself and take pride in your culture.

  4. South africa is very clean, you zambian leader who move around, dont you feeel ashamed that our country is so dirty??? Me i feel ashamed to talk about let alone invite someone to zambia

  5. Always good to see old KK in the pics. Chiluba regime really spoiled this man’s reputation labeling him as a dictator. He deserves respect.
    Dr. Kaseba – busy as usual. I noticed she’s wearing the same dress for the wedding ceremony & the wedding anniversary function.

    • yeah she handled all those events on the same day, the 14th of december and as usual thomas Nsama was busy alekopa. alelilapo umunyamata,too bad it wont last long.

    • @ Trigger – You’ve so much hatred in your heart & a huge appetite for vengeance. I should also ask you, are u a christian?

  6. Bricklayer go back to English school and listen carefully to the teacher next time instead of speaking bemba to your friends during lessons. There is nothing wrong with the picture number 8 sentence. As for ka Mushota who keeps bragging about her white man, just look at Natasha’s wedding photos, that’s what you call a wedding. i believe your man doesn’t want to spend much on your wedding, if it will ever happen, so be prepared to use a second hand net curtain as your veil plus salaula shoes and underwear. Mambala you are so right, Zambia is such a tip and these government muppets refuse to see it because the live in the ministers area which is clean, Hats off to the South Africans Mandela’s funeral was very well orgainised from start to finish, minus the interpreter clown, congrats…

  7. Nomba ninshi, ba mrs sata, when does she service her husband……she is minister of health who moves all over delivering speeches and getting certificates and now she is matron, a role which involves rehearsals…mama go service your hubby, that is why he looks bitter pa menso!!

  8. I wish these candidate could knell even after becoming MPs… This kind of behavior is a total deceit to the electorate…Why should these chaps be knelling now, whats the interpretation of this???????????

  9. Yaba chi shibwinga ububi, ukwina, bushe ukwina chisuma? awe amalwele teti yaku panye, high blood pressure Zambians must learn to eat less fat , it is not good for your health, should loose weight before you die of obesity learn to a ma keep fit

  10. The crazy man from mpika never ever smiles and that gloom is starting to seep and metamorphose to gloom in our economy,rule of law and inter tribal harmony.

  11. Glad to see KK being recognized for his role but i think LT should have made this “weekend in pictures” more about Mandela.

  12. Picture 14 Charles Zulu visiting his rural constituency dressed in a suit. How does one relate to poor rural villagers dressed up like that?

  13. @ trigger- My friend please give examples of what KK did that offends you. Dont just preach hatred for the man without facts. Let the man enjoy his recognition for the good he did for Zambia and the whole southern african region. Was he perfect? Nope but who was and who is?

  14. …mama go service your hubby, that is why he looks bitter pa menso!! YABA, WANDEPULA MAMBALA, THERE IS NOTHING TO SERVICE. FLAT BATTERIES KULI MUDALA. KUMWAFWA CHABE.

    ELYO UBUSALI PA ZED BWACHILAMO ESPECIALLY AMA VENDORS, ITS RERRIBLE.

  15. @ Trigger – Why burden your heart with so much hatred for old KK. He’s only human he made mistakes and also did many good things during his reign. Even Mandela himself admits that he was not perfect. Unless yourself you claim to be an angel, blogging somewhere from the clouds, then you can cast that stone at KK. Let’s emulate other countries that respect their former rulers. Look at the USA, even our neighbour RSA. MUCHINJE!

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