Friday, February 23, 2024

The Week in Pictures

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President Sata with Vice Dr Scott Meets Ambassadors
President Sata with Vice Dr Scott Meets Ambassadors

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President Michael Sata admires a gift presented to him by African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) eminent person  Ambassador Fatuma Ndangiza Nyrirakobwa (right) as Acting Chief Justice Lombe Chibesakunda (centre) looks on during the launch of the APRM report at State House in Lusaka
President Michael Sata admires a gift presented to him by African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) eminent person Ambassador Fatuma Ndangiza Nyrirakobwa (right) as Acting Chief Justice Lombe Chibesakunda (centre) looks on during the launch of the APRM report at State House in Lusaka

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President Michael Sata receives a gift from African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) eminent person Ambassador Fatuma Ndangiza Nyrirakobwa (right) as Acting Chief Justice Lombe Chibesakunda (centre) looks on during the launch of the APRM report at State House in Lusaka
President Michael Sata receives a gift from African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) eminent person Ambassador Fatuma Ndangiza Nyrirakobwa (right) as Acting Chief Justice Lombe Chibesakunda (centre) looks on during the launch of the APRM report at State House in Lusaka

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President Michael Sata receives copies of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) report from Vice President Dr Guy Scott at State House in Lusaka
President Michael Sata receives copies of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) report from Vice President Dr Guy Scott at State House in Lusaka

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President Michael Sata listens to Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba (left) at the launch of the African Peer Review Mechanism report at State House in Lusaka
President Michael Sata listens to Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba (left) at the launch of the African Peer Review Mechanism report at State House in Lusaka

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President Michael Sata listens to Acting Chief Justice Lombe Chibesakunda during the launch of the African Peer Review Mechanism report at State House in Lusaka
President Michael Sata listens to Acting Chief Justice Lombe Chibesakunda during the launch of the African Peer Review Mechanism report at State House in Lusaka

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President Michael Sata, accompanied by Vice President Guy Scott, interacts with heads of diplomatic missions accredited to Zambia after a closed door meeting at State House in Lusaka
President Michael Sata, accompanied by Vice President Guy Scott, interacts with heads of diplomatic missions accredited to Zambia after a closed door meeting at State House in Lusaka

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President Michael Sata with Vice President Guy Scott after a closed door meeting with heads of diplomatic missions accredited to Zambia at State House in Lusaka
President Michael Sata with Vice President Guy Scott after a closed door meeting with heads of diplomatic missions accredited to Zambia at State House in Lusaka

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President Michael Sata, accompanied by Vice President Guy Scott (second from left), interacts with heads of diplomatic missions accredited to Zambia as Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba (second from right) looks on after a closed door meeting at State House in Lusaka
President Michael Sata, accompanied by Vice President Guy Scott (second from left), interacts with heads of diplomatic missions accredited to Zambia as Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba (second from right) looks on after a closed door meeting at State House in Lusaka

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President Michael Sata shares a light moment with heads of diplomatic missions accredited to Zambia after a closed door meeting at State House in Lusaka
President Michael Sata shares a light moment with heads of diplomatic missions accredited to Zambia after a closed door meeting at State House in Lusaka

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Minister of Local Government and Housing Emerine Kabanshi, Matero Resident Lovemore Mulenga, Airtel Marketing  Director Walid Akkaoui  and Airtel CEO Charity Chanda Lumpa at the handover of the house won by  Lovemore Mulenga during the ongoing "Wina Biga" promotion at the North Gate Garden
Minister of Local Government and Housing Emerine Kabanshi, Matero Resident Lovemore Mulenga, Airtel Marketing Director Walid Akkaoui and Airtel CEO Charity Chanda Lumpa at the handover of the house won by Lovemore Mulenga during the ongoing “Wina Biga” promotion at the North Gate Garden

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irtel Marketing  Director Walid Akkaoui,   Airtel CEO Charity Chanda Lumpa  Minister of Local Government and Housing Emerine Kabanshi, Matero Resident Lovemore Mulenga,  Jacqueline Kasonde Mulenga  t the handover of the house won by  Lovemore Mulenga during the ongoing "Wina Biga" promotion at the North Gate Garden
Airtel Marketing Director Walid Akkaoui, Airtel CEO Charity Chanda Lumpa Minister of Local Government and Housing Emerine Kabanshi, Matero Resident Lovemore Mulenga, Jacqueline Kasonde Mulenga t the handover of the house won by Lovemore Mulenga during the ongoing “Wina Biga” promotion at the North Gate Garden

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From left to right: Airtel Marketing  Director Walid Akkaoui , Matero Business Resident Lovemore Mulenga  the winner of a 3 bed rooms house , Jacqueline Kasonde Mulenga, Airtel MD Charity Lumpa and  Mulenga’s children after the  handover of the house worth of K500,000 at the North Gate Garden Mandevu area   in Lusaka
From left to right: Airtel Marketing Director Walid Akkaoui , Matero Business Resident Lovemore Mulenga the winner of a 3 bed rooms house , Jacqueline Kasonde Mulenga, Airtel MD Charity Lumpa and Mulenga’s children after the handover of the house worth of K500,000 at the North Gate Garden Mandevu area in Lusaka

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Matero Business Resident Lovemore Mulenga  the winner of a 3 bed rooms house , shaking hands with  Airtel MD Charity Lumpa  while looking  on are his wife Jacqueline Kasonde Mulenga aND  Airtel Marketing  Director Walid Akkaoui after the  handover of the house worth of K500,000 at the North Gate Garden Mandevu area   in Lusaka
Matero Business Resident Lovemore Mulenga the winner of a 3 bed rooms house , shaking hands with Airtel MD Charity Lumpa while looking on are his wife Jacqueline Kasonde Mulenga aND Airtel Marketing Director Walid Akkaoui after the handover of the house worth of K500,000 at the North Gate Garden Mandevu area in Lusaka

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THE K1.8 million worth buses and utility vehicle which Health Deputy Minister Chitalu Chilufya handed over in Lusaka yesterday. The three buses and one utility vehicle bought by the Nursing Education Partnership Initiative project will benefit three nursing and midwifery institutions in Zambia
THE K1.8 million worth buses and utility vehicle which Health Deputy Minister Chitalu Chilufya handed over in Lusaka yesterday. The three buses and one utility vehicle bought by the Nursing Education Partnership Initiative project will benefit three nursing and midwifery institutions in Zambia

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SOME nurses admire the K1.8 million worth buses and utility vehicle which Health Deputy Minister Chitalu Chilufya handed over in Lusaka yesterday. The three buses and one utility vehicle bought by the Nursing Education Partnership Initiative project will benefit three nursing and midwifery institutions in Zambia
SOME nurses admire the K1.8 million worth buses and utility vehicle which Health Deputy Minister Chitalu Chilufya handed over in Lusaka yesterday. The three buses and one utility vehicle bought by the Nursing Education Partnership Initiative project will benefit three nursing and midwifery institutions in Zambia

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TAJ Pamodzi Hotel general manager Sanjay Sood (right) presents a bouquet of flowers to First Lady Christine Kaseba-Sata shortly after she arrived at the hotel to officiate at the Palliative Care Alliance Zambia (PCAZ) stakeholders strategic engagement meeting in Lusaka
TAJ Pamodzi Hotel general manager Sanjay Sood (right) presents a bouquet of flowers to First Lady Christine Kaseba-Sata shortly after she arrived at the hotel to officiate at the Palliative Care Alliance Zambia (PCAZ) stakeholders strategic engagement meeting in Lusaka

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FIRST Lady Christine Kaseba-Sata (second from left) shares a light moment with Taj Pamodzi Hotel general manager Sanjay Sood (left), Palliative Care Alliance Zambia (PCAZ) board chairperson Fastone Goma (third from left) and PCAZ vice chairperson Lister Chingangu (far right) in Lusaka yesterday. This was when Dr Kaseba was arriving to officiate at the PCAZ stakeholders strategic engagement meeting.
FIRST Lady Christine Kaseba-Sata (second from left) shares a light moment with Taj Pamodzi Hotel general manager Sanjay Sood (left), Palliative Care Alliance Zambia (PCAZ) board chairperson Fastone Goma (third from left) and PCAZ vice chairperson Lister Chingangu (far right) in Lusaka yesterday. This was when Dr Kaseba was arriving to officiate at the PCAZ stakeholders strategic engagement meeting.

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 Vice President Guy Scott (right) and his wife Charlotte (left) during a dinner hosted for delegates attending the ongoing 3rd International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) Conference for the Africa-India Ocean Region at Zambezi Sun Hotel in Livingstone
Vice President Guy Scott (right) and his wife Charlotte (left) during a dinner hosted for delegates attending the ongoing 3rd International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) Conference for the Africa-India Ocean Region at Zambezi Sun Hotel in Livingstone

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Vice President Guy Scott (left) and his wife Charlotte (right) dances during a dinner hosted for delegates attending the ongoing 3rd International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) Conference for the Africa-India Ocean Region at Zambezi Sun Hotel in Livingstone
Vice President Guy Scott (left) and his wife Charlotte (right) dances during a dinner hosted for delegates attending the ongoing 3rd International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) Conference for the Africa-India Ocean Region at Zambezi Sun Hotel in Livingstone

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 Vice President Guy Scott (right) and his wife Charlotte (left) during a dinner hosted for delegates attending the ongoing 3rd International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) Conference for the Africa-India Ocean Region at Zambezi Sun Hotel in Livingstone
Vice President Guy Scott (right) and his wife Charlotte (left) during a dinner hosted for delegates attending the ongoing 3rd International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) Conference for the Africa-India Ocean Region at Zambezi Sun Hotel in Livingstone

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Vice President Guy Scott (right)) and Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe (left) singing the national anthem during a meeting with PF supporters at Livingstone Civic Centre Committee room on
Vice President Guy Scott (right)) and Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe (left) singing the national anthem during a meeting with PF supporters at Livingstone Civic Centre Committee room on

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Vice President Guy Scott (middle) and Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe (left) dances during a dinner hosted for delegates attending the ongoing 3rd International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) Conference for the Africa-India Ocean Region at Zambezi Sun Hotel in Livingstone
Vice President Guy Scott (middle) and Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe (left) dances during a dinner hosted for delegates attending the ongoing 3rd International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) Conference for the Africa-India Ocean Region at Zambezi Sun Hotel in Livingstone

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DPP Mutembo Nchito addressing delegates during the 3rd International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) Conference for the Africa-India Ocean Region in Livingstone at Zambezi Sun Hotel
DPP Mutembo Nchito addressing delegates during the 3rd International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) Conference for the Africa-India Ocean Region in Livingstone at Zambezi Sun Hotel

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Vice President Guy Scott (middle) and Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe attending the 3rd International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) Conference for the Africa-India Ocean Region in Livingstone at Zambezi Sun Hotel
Vice President Guy Scott (middle) and Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe attending the 3rd International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) Conference for the Africa-India Ocean Region in Livingstone at Zambezi Sun Hotel

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Some delegates attending the 3rd International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) Conference for the Africa-India Ocean Region in Livingstone at Zambezi Sun Hotel
Some delegates attending the 3rd International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) Conference for the Africa-India Ocean Region in Livingstone at Zambezi Sun Hotel

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Livingstone High Court judge Gaudentia Milimo Salasini (lef) and DPP Mutembo Nchito (right) interacting during the 3rd International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) Conference for the Africa-India Ocean Region in Livingstone at Zambezi Sun Hotel
Livingstone High Court judge Gaudentia Milimo Salasini (lef) and DPP Mutembo Nchito (right) interacting during the 3rd International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) Conference for the Africa-India Ocean Region in Livingstone at Zambezi Sun Hotel

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Ongoing Construction works at the 10,000 Tonne Bwembelelo Maize Storage Facility in Mpongwe District expected to be fully completed May this year. The facility is expected to store in excess of 200,000 by 50kg bags of maize.
Ongoing Construction works at the 10,000 Tonne Bwembelelo Maize Storage Facility in Mpongwe District expected to be fully completed May this year. The facility is expected to store in excess of 200,000 by 50kg bags of maize.

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Ongoing Construction works at the 10,000 Tonne Bwembelelo Maize Storage Facility in Mpongwe District expected to be fully completed May this year. The facility is expected to store in excess of 200,000 by 50kg bags of maize.
Ongoing Construction works at the 10,000 Tonne Bwembelelo Maize Storage Facility in Mpongwe District expected to be fully completed May this year. The facility is expected to store in excess of 200,000 by 50kg bags of maize.

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Safintra Zambia donated bins to the Lusaka City Council in support of the Keep Lusaka Clean campaign, as part of its CSR initiative. Safintra Zambia , through its Director Mr Sandeep Kaushik, is committed to help reduce litter and waste in the city the  LCC’s campaign by pledging to donate up to 500 bins by the end of the year. Receiving the bins is LCC mayor, Mr Daniel Chisenga.
Safintra Zambia donated bins to the Lusaka City Council in support of the Keep Lusaka Clean campaign, as part of its CSR initiative. Safintra Zambia , through its Director Mr Sandeep Kaushik, is committed to help reduce litter and waste in the city the LCC’s campaign by pledging to donate up to 500 bins by the end of the year. Receiving the bins is LCC mayor, Mr Daniel Chisenga.

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Safintra Zambia donated bins to the Lusaka City Council in support of the Keep Lusaka Clean campaign, as part of its CSR initiative. Safintra Zambia , through its Director Mr Sandeep Kaushik, is committed to help reduce litter and waste in the city the  LCC’s campaign by pledging to donate up to 500 bins by the end of the year. Receiving the bins is LCC mayor, Mr Daniel Chisenga.
Safintra Zambia donated bins to the Lusaka City Council in support of the Keep Lusaka Clean campaign, as part of its CSR initiative. Safintra Zambia , through its Director Mr Sandeep Kaushik, is committed to help reduce litter and waste in the city the LCC’s campaign by pledging to donate up to 500 bins by the end of the year. Receiving the bins is LCC mayor, Mr Daniel Chisenga.

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EASTERN Province Minister, Malozo Sichone, speaking when a team Samsung Field Engineers from South Africa, paid a vourtesy call on him at his office in Chipata last Thursday. Looking on is Cycorp Managing Director, Kingsley Nkonde who was the team leader. Mr. Nkonde also leads the fight against counterfeit products in the country
EASTERN Province Minister, Malozo Sichone, speaking when a team Samsung Field Engineers from South Africa, paid a vourtesy call on him at his office in Chipata last Thursday. Looking on is Cycorp Managing Director, Kingsley Nkonde who was the team leader. Mr. Nkonde also leads the fight against counterfeit products in the country

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SAMSUNG Field Engineer from South Africa, Richard Lawrenson (c) and Samsung Zambia representative, Jonathan Nsama ( r ), show Eastern Province Minister, Malozo Sichone, some counterfeit Samsung mobile phones at his office in Chipata
SAMSUNG Field Engineer from South Africa, Richard Lawrenson (c) and Samsung Zambia representative, Jonathan Nsama ( r ), show Eastern Province Minister, Malozo Sichone, some counterfeit Samsung mobile phones at his office in Chipata

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AN officer from the Zambia Police Intellectual Property Unit in Eastern Province and Samsung Zambia representative, Jonathan Nsama (r), display some counterfeit Samsung phones at Chipata Central Police Station last Thursday. This was during the certification to determine the genuine phones fromthe counterfeit ones
AN officer from the Zambia Police Intellectual Property Unit in Eastern Province and Samsung Zambia representative, Jonathan Nsama (r), display some counterfeit Samsung phones at Chipata Central Police Station last Thursday. This was during the certification to determine the genuine phones from the counterfeit ones

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SAMSUNG South Africa Field Engineers, Richard Lawrenson (l) and Neville Sibiya (r ) inspect the Samsung mobile phones that were confiscated by the Eastern Province Intellectual Property Unity (IPU) in Chipata to certify the genuine ones among the many counterfeit Samsung phones
SAMSUNG South Africa Field Engineers, Richard Lawrenson (l) and Neville Sibiya (r ) inspect the Samsung mobile phones that were confiscated by the Eastern Province Intellectual Property Unity (IPU) in Chipata to certify the genuine ones among the many counterfeit Samsung phones

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CYCORP Managing Director, Kingsley Nkonde, who also leads the fight against counterfeit products in Zambia, checks some Samsung mobile phones at Mobile City Shop in Chipata. This was when the Eastern Province Intellectual Property Unit (IPU) in conjunction with Samsung Brand owners checked for counterfeit products
CYCORP Managing Director, Kingsley Nkonde, who also leads the fight against counterfeit products in Zambia, checks some Samsung mobile phones at Mobile City Shop in Chipata. This was when the Eastern Province Intellectual Property Unit (IPU) in conjunction with Samsung Brand owners checked for counterfeit products

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Livingstone based Zambian National Dance Troupe entertaining guests at Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone last week during the inaugural launch of Mahogany Airline flights into the tourist capital.
Livingstone based Zambian National Dance Troupe entertaining guests at Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone during the inaugural launch of Mahogany Airline flights into the tourist capital.

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Mahogany Airline makes an inaugural landing at Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone
Mahogany Airline makes an inaugural landing at Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone

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Livingstone based Zambian National Dance Troupe entertaining guests at Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone  during the inaugural launch of Mahogany Airline flights into the tourist capital.
Livingstone based Zambian National Dance Troupe entertaining guests at Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone during the inaugural launch of Mahogany Airline flights into the tourist capital.

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Mahogany Airline chief executive officer Jim Belemu ( left) hands over a gift to Livingstone Mayor Aggrey Njekwa (right).
Mahogany Airline chief executive officer Jim Belemu ( left) hands over a gift to Livingstone Mayor Aggrey Njekwa (right).

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 Mahogany Airline chief executive officer Jim Belemu (far left), Livingstone Town Clerk Vivian Chikoti (next to him), Livingstone District Commissioner Omar Munsanje (second from far right) and Livingstone Mayor Aggrey Njekwa (far right).
Mahogany Airline chief executive officer Jim Belemu (far left), Livingstone Town Clerk Vivian Chikoti (next to him), Livingstone District Commissioner Omar Munsanje (second from far right) and Livingstone Mayor Aggrey Njekwa (far right).

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LUSAKA Province Permanent Secretary Wamunyima Muwana (third from right), Lusaka District Commissioner Ashell Kampengele (wearing hat on his rear right), Chawama Ward two councilor Potipher Tembo (forth from right) and Road Development Agency (RDA) chief executive officer Bernard Chiwala (far left) and the Agency's senior public relations manager Loyce Saili (far right) share a light moment yesterday. This was when they joined RDA female members of staff to clean drainage facilities along one of the roads under the L400 project in Chawama Township in Lusaka
LUSAKA Province Permanent Secretary Wamunyima Muwana (third from right), Lusaka District Commissioner Ashell Kampengele (wearing hat on his rear right), Chawama Ward two councilor Potipher Tembo (forth from  right) and Road Development Agency (RDA) chief executive officer Bernard Chiwala (far left) and the Agency’s senior public relations manager Loyce Saili (far right) share a light moment yesterday. This was when they joined RDA female members of staff to clean drainage facilities along one of the roads under the L400 project in Chawama Township in Lusaka

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USAKA Province Permanent Secretary Wamunyima Muwana (with raised leg), Lusaka District Commissioner Ashell Kampengele (in blue work suit, wearing hat) and Chawama Ward two councilor Potipher Tembo (in grey trousers) when they joined female Road Development Agency female members of staff to clean drainage facilities in Chawama Township yesterday ahead of International Women's Day
LEADING by example. Lusaka Province Permanent Secretary Wamunyima Muwana (centre, lifting shovel), Lusaka District Commissioner Ashell Kampengele (right, wearing hat) and Chawama Ward two councilor  Potipher Tembo (left) cleaning a drainage facility along one of the roads under the L400 project in Chawama Township yesterday. This was when Road Development Agency female members of staff took time to embark on drainage works in the area ahead of International Women’s Day

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LUSAKA Province Permanent Secretary Wamunyima Muwana (with raised leg), Lusaka District Commissioner Ashell Kampengele (in blue work suit, wearing hat) and Chawama Ward two councilor Potipher Tembo (in grey trousers) when they joined female Road Development Agency female members of staff to clean drainage facilities in Chawama Township yesterday ahead of International Women's Day
LUSAKA Province Permanent Secretary Wamunyima Muwana (with raised leg), Lusaka District Commissioner Ashell Kampengele (in blue work suit, wearing hat) and Chawama Ward two councilor Potipher Tembo (in grey trousers) when they joined female Road Development Agency female members of staff to clean drainage facilities in Chawama Township yesterday ahead of International Women’s Day

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Chinsali police picking up a body of Bupe Sacha 48 who was allegedly murdered by his wife in Masandiko village, in chief Nkula’s area in Chinsali district.
Chinsali police picking up a body of Bupe Sacha 48 who was allegedly murdered by his wife in Masandiko village, in chief Nkula’s area in Chinsali district.

22 COMMENTS

  1. King Cobra and Sikote ! Fileteka ifima guys kwati bufi.I know someone will say that tukamona mu 2016 HH will win.Yeah i have heard that before even us in PF thought the same in 2006 and 2008.Some things will never change.

    • I dont understand that language , Please use English 🙁

      The longer you stay in Europe you and i both know, the quicker you lose
      the zambian accent and ‘zambian English’ the quicker you get accepted here, so i hope you understand where i am coming from.

      Thanks.

    • @Saulosi; Your two heroes sure are hardworking, manje imifwalile. Go to picture 8. Can you compare that kind of dressing to my favorite President Chiluba & Veep Kavindele??
      What surprise me is why those two destitutes managed to marry such admirable women, Go to pic#21, look at Charlotte, soooooo beautiful, look at Pic#18 Muka Yama in a miniskirt, walking as if she is just leaving bedroom!!

    • mwandini, the pictures are good because i miss home thats all. buti ukulanda ichishinka mwandini nabafilwa ama guys aba!!! dollar mdala K6 sure? all in the name of building roads? awe there has to be more to development than this.

  2. I think the president should just stick to his Indian/Chinese Safari suits. Mahogany air, thumbs up. Thanks sarintra. We need to teach the people to be clean. Chawama clean up, very good and keep it up.

    • Get focused, you can’t like even everything and every body. It sounds you like Indians’ dress code and the Indians themselves, Those Indians forget about their dirty Mubai. Its like Zambian company, Ilunda Chalo’s CEO Kabimba going to donate trash canes in India’s Bombay.

  3. viva Sata and the working PF government. I see underfive Hichilema getting 17 percent of the votes in 2016, just as it has been a trend reducing from 25% in 2006, to 19% in 2008 and then 18% in 2011

  4. These are all PRO GOVT pics. Not balanced at all. When are you going to cover the opposition? Every time it’s Sata, Kaseba & his ministers. We need balanced news coverage.

  5. @Saulosi, you are on the spot. These pictures make others feel like choking and dying of hate! Guys, he is the president! And there is nothing you can do about it! I like Guy Scott and his wife pictures too! Ichikonko can kill people esp Zambia GaluWatchers!

  6. Wamulume why should ordinary people choke, being President is beyond posing on pictures and a lot of responsibility,if they are enjoying let them enjoy while it lasts they don’t add value to anyone’s ife

  7. Pic#44, why put disgusting mad back in street, where are those Trash Bins which were just donated to LCC, apapene they have taken them to their plots for fetching water?

  8. CLUELESS GOVERNMENT AND FOLLOWERS. HOW CAN ONE ENVY THE GOVERNMENT WHO DUTY IT IS TO ENJOY THEMSELVES AT THE EXPENSE OF THE ZAMBIANS? SHALLOW THINKING YOU CHILDREN OF CADRES.

  9. CLUELESS GOVERNMENT AND FOLLOWERS. HOW CAN ONE ENVY THE GOVERNMENT WHOSE DUTY IT IS TO ENJOY THEMSELVES AT THE EXPENSE OF THE ZAMBIANS? SHALLOW THINKING YOU CHILDREN OF CADRES

  10. Iwe Nostradamus, can’t you see that the president’s jacket is looking funny with the things he has put in the pockets. Why can’t he hand over the things in his pockets to his body guard? At least he looks better when he is wearing his usual style Indian/Chinese wear. Only Kafupi (mhrip) used to look good in his suits.

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