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 EDUCATION, Science, Vocational Training and Early Education Minister Dr John Phiri engages children in reading during the launch of the 'Let's Read Zambia campaign' at Kabulonga Primary school in Lusaka
EDUCATION, Science, Vocational Training and Early Education Minister Dr John Phiri engages children in reading during the launch of the ‘Let’s Read Zambia campaign’ at Kabulonga Primary school in Lusaka

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EDUCATION, Science, Vocational Training and Early Education Minister Dr John Phiri engages children in reading during the launch of the 'Let's Read Zambia campaign' at Kabulonga Primary school in Lusaka
EDUCATION, Science, Vocational Training and Early Education Minister Dr John Phiri engages children in reading during the launch of the ‘Let’s Read Zambia campaign’ at Kabulonga Primary school in Lusaka

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President Michael Sata greets First Republican President Kenneth Kaunda at State House before the two held private talks on 23rd January 2014
President Michael Sata greets First Republican President Kenneth Kaunda at State House before the two held private talks on 23rd January 2014

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President  Sata with former President Kenneth Kaunda at Statehouse after they held private talks on Thursday 23rd January 2014
President Sata with former President Kenneth Kaunda at Statehouse after they held private talks on Thursday 23rd January 2014

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PF Deputy General Secretary Bridget Atanga addresses delegates to the opening of the district conference
PF Deputy General Secretary Bridget Atanga addresses delegates to the opening of the district conference

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Munali MP Nkandu Luo
Munali MP Nkandu Luo

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Kabwata MP Given Lubinda verifies the delegates list from his constituency
Kabwata MP Given Lubinda verifies the delegates list from his constituency

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Goodson Banda announces his withdrawal
Goodson Banda announces his withdrawal

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Mulenga Sata's supporters gesturing that they have finished off Goodson Banda
Mulenga Sata’s supporters gesturing that they have finished off Goodson Banda

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Chawama MP Edgar Lungu tries to calm the situation after confusion erupted
Chawama MP Edgar Lungu tries to calm the situation after confusion erupted

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Chawama MP Edgar Lungu and newly elected Lusaka District Chairman Mulenga Sata
Chawama MP Edgar Lungu and newly elected Lusaka District Chairman Mulenga Sata

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Matero MP Miles Sampa tries to calm the rowdy delegates
Matero MP Miles Sampa tries to calm the rowdy delegates

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Mulenga Sata making his acceptance speech
Mulenga Sata making his acceptance speech

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More confusion at the district conference
More confusion at the district conference

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Kabwata MP Given Lubinda congratulates Mulenga Sata
Kabwata MP Given Lubinda congratulates Mulenga Sata

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Irate police officers trying to calm party officials after confusion erupted at the district conference
Irate police officers trying to calm party officials after confusion erupted at the district conference

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Confusion erupts at the PF District Conference after it became apparent that Goodson Banda would not contest
Confusion erupts at the PF District Conference after it became apparent that Goodson Banda would not contest

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A Police Officer keeping vigil inside Mulungushi during the PF Lusaka District Conference
A Police Officer keeping vigil inside Mulungushi during the PF Lusaka District Conference

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Armed Police Officers keeping vigil inside Mulungushi during the PF Lusaka District Conference
Armed Police Officers keeping vigil inside Mulungushi during the PF Lusaka District Conference

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 Chipata Central Member of Parliament (MP) Reuben Mtolo Phiri > (blue jacket) checking on a gully that meanders through the  densely populated Mchini Townhsip
Chipata Central Member of Parliament (MP) Reuben Mtolo Phiri   (blue jacket) checking on a gully that meanders through the densely populated Mchini Townhsip

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Home Affairs Minister Ngosa Simbyakula with his Deputy Alfreda Kansembe take to the dance floor during the Zambia Prisons Annual Ball in Kabwe on Friday Night
Home Affairs Minister Ngosa Simbyakula with his Deputy Alfreda Kansembe take to the dance floor during the Zambia Prisons Annual Ball in Kabwe on Friday Night

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 Zambia Prisons Commissioner Percy Chato dancing with his wife  during the Prisons  Annual Ball in Kabwe last Friday Night
Zambia Prisons Commissioner Percy Chato dancing with his wife during the Prisons Annual Ball in Kabwe last Friday

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba greets a dancer at the Spring Festival Temple New year fair at Levy Park in Lusaka on Saturday where she was the guest of honour
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba greets a dancer at the Spring Festival
Temple New year fair at Levy Park in Lusaka on Saturday where she was
the guest of honour

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hinese Ambassador to Zambia Mr Zhou Yuxiao with  First Lady Dr Kaseba Sata  at the Spring FestivalTemple New year fair  at Levy Park in Lusaka, the Ceremony was officiated the by First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba and Dr Kenneth Kaunda on Saturday 25th Jan 2014.
hinese Ambassador to Zambia Mr Zhou Yuxiao with First Lady Dr Kaseba Sata at the Spring FestivalTemple New year fair at Levy Park in Lusaka, the Ceremony was officiated the by First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba and Dr Kenneth Kaunda on Saturday 25th Jan 2014.

37 COMMENTS

  1. Most Un-Knowledgeable Dr. Dr. Phiri..Let the entire PF administrators, cadres and all those aligned to them come out in the open and tell us how many were taught/instructed in local language??

    • Pic # 11& 12…. I think bwana Lungu was the only person who enjoyed that PF event,, am sure under his table somewhere, there was bottle/bottles of something

      am just wondering how the first lady manages to appear lovely and happy,, i tell you its not easy live and share a life with Sata and be happy!! pictures of mulenga Sata and his Father… mulenga looks terrified!!!

    • @Ndobo, please stop wondering at Bamukamunobe . Mwandini, Muka Yama Kilistina, look here… ichintu-cintu umwene!!
      ..”Mafiga yenu mwakwata Bana Mulenga Sata, yaya ichiyeye!!”

    • iwe at 1.4 ulefilwa uku nyenga uyo wasunga mung’anda yobe then you are busy salivating at somebody’s! Ulitole sana aii? Grow up mugongo obe.

  2. Pic 6-Yangwe awe kwena abena Nkandu Luo balemoneka kwati nakana katopwe.Ngatekusambilila ngakatwishi okobapela.Pic 13-15..congrats abena Mulenga Sata ikali iyi.Pic 20 now thats a death trap.The sight of that ditch near those kids is giving me creeps.

  3. Why is he teaching in Chichewa when Soli is the Lusaka tribe? Already I see a huge problem of Nyanja & Bemba domineering of so-called lesser tribes. Let Nyanja, bemba etc be taught in their respective homelands i.e Eastern & Northern provinces respectively. Lambas beware of second colonialization by Bembas

    • Even in Eastern province it will be difficult for non-Chewa kids such as Nsengas, Kundas and Tumbukas to be taught in ChiChewa. You are right about the copperbelt province, why should Lamba kids be taught in Bemba when in fact Lamba was reduced to writing at a much earlier period at Kafulafuta mission than Bemba was?

  4. PF Lusaka District Elections. These were clearly stage managed elections characterised by, but not surprisingly, with intimidation, harassment, all manner of insults, fights,……… list of unprintables is long. It is no surprise Mulenga Sata went unopposed. Such a shame! We need to grow out of this mediocrity and promote fair and credible elections at all levels of governance.

    • Birds of a feather!

      Dictators flock together!

      The two people that have done the most damage to mother Zambia!

      Maybe the are “redoubling” their efforts to destroy the country.

  5. Pics 24 & 25,
    ‘First lady’s’ headgear and wig look ridiculous, what a style. Anyway welcome back we missed you and your organic smile for some weeks.

  6. In this day and age we still retain this dreaded paramilitary wing of ZP, why can we modernise the police each police should have a nokia walkie talkie and a hoisted Glock piston on his/her belt as standard. This would only cost up to $5 million excluding training….instead of wasting funds on useless pointless stadia.

  7. Why isn’t chi Sata teaching like that exemplary minister? Oh,sorry there are no political seats to be won there.

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