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Prison Service women marching during women's day celebrations in Kabwe
Prison Service women marching during women’s day celebrations in Kabwe

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Women marching during the International women's day celebrations in Kabwe
Women marching during the International women’s day celebrations in Kabwe

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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  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
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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Lusaka Province Permanent Secretary Wamunyima Muwana (with raised leg), Lusaka District Commissioner Ashell Kampengele ( 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 ahead of International Women's Day
Lusaka Province Permanent Secretary Wamunyima Muwana (with raised leg), Lusaka District Commissioner Ashell Kampengele ( 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 ahead of International Women’s Day

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Southern Province minister Daniel Munkombwe join Mukanzuko dance troupe from Chisekese during the commemoration of the International Womens Day in Mazabuka
Southern Province minister Daniel Munkombwe join Mukanzuko dance troupe from Chisekese during the commemoration of the International Womens Day in Mazabuka

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Mazabuka based Artiste Mapiki (r)  during the Commemoration of the International Women's Day in Mazabuka
Mazabuka based Artiste Mapiki (r) during the Commemoration of the International Women’s Day in Mazabuka

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Majorrets during the Commemoration of the International Women's Day in Mazabuka
Majorrets during the Commemoration of the International Women’s Day in Mazabuka

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.A  female  police  officer could not resist the music  and  took to the dancing  floor during  the  women commemoration
.A female police officer could not resist the music and took
to the dancing floor during the women commemoration

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Kabwe's Bwacha  constiuency Member of Parliament  Sydney Mushanga taking the dancing floor  during the woemn celebrations
Kabwe’s Bwacha constiuency Member of Parliament Sydney Mushanga
taking the dancing floor during the woemn celebrations

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Deputy Community, Development mother and  child  deputy  minister Jean Kapata and  Central province  Edwidge Mutale joining other women in dancing during the  women celebrations
Deputy Community, Development mother and child deputy minister
Jean Kapata and Central province Edwidge Mutale joining other women
in dancing during the women celebrations

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Some of  the women  marching  during the  women celebrations
Some of the women marching during the women celebrations

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Some of the women  marching  during the  women day celebrations
Some of the women marching during the women day celebrations

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba being entertained by Southern Province women during the Commemoration of the International Women's Day in Mazabuka
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba being entertained by Southern Province women during the Commemoration of the International Women’s Day in Mazabuka

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International Women's Day turned tragic for a Rhodespark family in Lusaka when a fire burned their house to ashes. Above, firefighters fight the inferno as the roof curved in
International Women’s Day turned tragic for a Rhodespark family in
Lusaka when a fire burned their house to ashes. Above, firefighters
fight the inferno as the roof curved in

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International Women's Day turned tragic for a Rhodespark family in Lusaka when a fire burned their house to ashes. Above, a firefighter tries to dowse the inferno in the main bedroom where the roof had curved in due to the intensity of the blaze
International Women’s Day turned tragic for a Rhodespark family in
Lusaka when a fire burned their house to ashes. Above, a firefighter
tries to dowse the inferno in the main bedroom where the roof had curved in due to the intensity of the blaze

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International Women's Day turned tragic for a Rhodespark family in Lusaka when a fire burned their house to ashes. Above, firefighters fight the inferno in part of the building where the roof had curved in due to the intensity of the fire
International Women’s Day turned tragic for a Rhodespark family in
Lusaka when a fire burned their house to ashes. Above, firefighters
fight the inferno in part of the building where the roof had curved in
due to the intensity of the fire

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International Women's Day turned tragic for a Rhodespark family in Lusaka when a fire burned their house to ashes. Above, firefighters fight the inferno as the roof curved in
International Women’s Day turned tragic for a Rhodespark family in
Lusaka when a fire burned their house to ashes. Above, firefighters
fight the inferno as the roof curved in

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First Lady leaves after the Commemoration of the International Women's Day in Mazabuka
First Lady leaves after the Commemoration of the International Women’s Day in Mazabuka

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Souther Province women sing for  First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba when she arrived at Chilala Rural Health Centre where she donated Health Packs and blankets in Kalomo District
Souther Province women sing for First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba when she arrived at Chilala Rural Health Centre where she donated Health Packs and blankets in Kalomo District

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba  during  the tour of Chilala Rural Health Centre where she donated Health Packs and blankets in Kalomo District
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during the tour of Chilala Rural Health Centre where she donated Health Packs and blankets in Kalomo District

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba receives a goat from one of the traditional Leaders when she paid a courtesy call on Chief Chikanta  at his palace during the training of Headmen and Community Leaders in curbing gender based violence  at his  palace in Kalomo District
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba receives a goat from one of the traditional Leaders when she paid a courtesy call on Chief Chikanta at his palace during the training of Headmen and Community Leaders in curbing gender based violence at his palace in Kalomo District

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba and Chief Chikanta on arrival in Chief Chikanta's Kingdom where she addressed Headmen and Community Leaders in curbing gender based violence  in Kalomo District
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba and Chief Chikanta on arrival in Chief Chikanta’s Kingdom where she addressed Headmen and Community Leaders in curbing gender based violence in Kalomo District

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba presents a blanket to   Chilala Rural Health Centre  Clinical officer Chiluba Mate during the donation of Blankets and Health Packs to  the clinic  in Kalomo
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba presents a blanket to Chilala Rural Health Centre Clinical officer Chiluba Mate during the donation of Blankets and Health Packs to the clinic in Kalomo

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba leaves after the Commemoration of the International Women's Day in Mazabuka
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba leaves after the Commemoration of the International Women’s Day in Mazabuka

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba with  Chiefs and Traditional affairs minister Prof Nkandu Luo (l) and Southern Province minister Daniel Munkombwe leaves  after  a discussion with  Headmen and Community Leaders  in  curbing gender based violence  at Chief Chikanta's palace in Kalomo District
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba with Chiefs and Traditional affairs minister Prof Nkandu Luo (l) and Southern Province minister Daniel Munkombwe leaves after a discussion with Headmen and Community Leaders in curbing gender based violence at Chief Chikanta’s palace in Kalomo District

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Health Deputy Minister Chitalu Chilufya (right) talks to University Teaching Hospital managing director Lakson Kasonka (in dark grey suit,right), as others look on after officiating at the handover of three buses and one utility vehicle worth K1.8 million in Lusaka
Health Deputy Minister Chitalu Chilufya (right) talks to University Teaching Hospital managing director Lakson Kasonka (in dark grey suit,right), as others look on after officiating at the handover of three buses and one utility vehicle worth K1.8 million in Lusaka

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Artiste Mapiki -Womens day
Mazabuka based Artiste Mapiki (r) during the Commemoration of the International Women’s Day in Mazabuka on March 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during the commemoration of the International Women's Day in Mazabuka on March 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during the commemoration of the International Women’s Day in Mazabuka on March 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during the commemoration of the International Women's Day in Mazabuka on March 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during the commemoration of the International Women’s Day in Mazabuka on March 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during the commemoration of the International Women's Day in Mazabuka on March 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during the commemoration of the International Women’s Day in Mazabuka on March 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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International Women's Day in Mazabuka
International Women’s Day in Mazabuka

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during the commemoration of the International Women's Day in Mazabuka on March 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during the commemoration of the International Women’s Day in Mazabuka on March 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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International Women's Day in Mazabuka
International Women’s Day in Mazabuka

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International Women's Day in Mazabuka
International Women’s Day in Mazabuka

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Women form the UCZ marching during International Women's Day in Mazabuka
Women form the UCZ marching during International Women’s Day in Mazabuka

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during the commemoration of the International Women's Day in Mazabuka on March 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during the commemoration of the International Women’s Day in Mazabuka on March 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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A march past during International Womens Day in Mazabuka
A march past during International Womens Day in Mazabuka

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A march past during International Womens Day in Mazabuka
A march past during International Womens Day in Mazabuka

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A march past during International Womens Day in Mazabuka
A march past during International Womens Day in Mazabuka

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Luangeni Member of Parliament (MP) Charles Zulu addressing people during the commemoration of International Women’s Day held in the outskirt of Chipata’s at Sairi Primary School on Saturday
Luangeni Member of Parliament (MP) Charles Zulu addressing people during the commemoration of International Women’s Day held in the outskirt of Chipata’s at Sairi Primary School on Saturday

30 COMMENTS

    • LT I don’t know what this section of ‘pictures prove’

      Most are repetitions and the majority are unnecessary

      Not hating just saying the truth, overall awful awful pictures

      Thanks

    • Do we seriously still need to march, whats really the all purpose marching anywhere? How about just meeting at Heroes stadium for example and have a few speeches from politicians then disperse either back to work or home? This all marching for me is a waste of time and scares resources?

    • In the 80s it was thin due to starvation, then AIDS in the 90s, now it is obesity, that will be killing people. I see most Zambian women here are fat! It is unhealthy.
      The first lady herself is not leading by example.

  1. But where was chi Chumbu Kelenka? Sleeping as usual at State House. However many degrees they have, they still steal and promote their family forests, puting her own interests first.

  2. Looking at these pictures telling a long story of how backward this country is after 50 years of independence

    • So difficulty to find any woman for wife in those Zambian pictures, damn difficulty!! I will sticky to this imported, though expensive.

    • @Nostradamus, I agree. I can hardly see wifey material too. Most of them look like they drink better than they cook. Anyway, pics are deceiving and there are may just be a virtuous woman hidden like a pearl among the many… otherwise, I think it’s better to just stick to the pawgs that we’re used to (LoL).

      PS. I almost mistook Daniel Munkombwe for Jacob Zuma, there’s a resemblance…

    • Ninshi imwe babili Nostradamus na Nine Chale mwisafye mukukumbwa ama gelo pama pictures of the week ? Awe bane mulenashako ulwinso.

  3. Those Prison Service women should have been at the Nc’wala ceremony. Then we could have followed commrade Pontiano’s example to do them real grabbing justice. Do they allow wet t-shirts at these marches? Kudos to the women of the prison service

    • True,It is supposed to be non-partisan shows how backward and political our country has become. Multiparty system has brought bad than good. I think we should have a window period were no party colors apart from our Zambian colors should be worn, to let leader concentrate in collective community development than their parties.

  4. so what’s the story behind the popularity of “women’s day” in third world countries and “mother’s day” in industralised nations??? Is this the initiative by WHO?? Having said that, any female can be a woman but not all women can be mother’s??? Please someone explain??

    • both women’s day and mothers’ day are international celebrations across the globe.

      there is no divide based on geography or economic status in deciding what is celebrated where!

      These are special days for women all over the world…… rich or poor

  5. Instead of working people are busy lining up in the street celebrating women’s day, for what really? This was a sheer waste of time and meager resources!

  6. I thought ‘International Women’s’ day was about reminding ourselves of the major issues that women particularly face – and continuing to resolve on the way forward. Of course, perhaps with a bit of fun at the end. But going by these pictures, one is hard pressed to discern whether there was a structured arrangement and serious discussion of matters with ‘women on the ground’ (as opposed to behind closed doors political verbatim about Gender Based Violence) What with those political men joining in the dancing and ululations! Ask them about the theme – wonder whether they would be able to articulate.

  7. Why should the first lady officiate at such important occussion. She is not in government. This is misplaced responsibility.

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