Thursday, June 20, 2024

Last week/wkend in Pictures

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1.

President Michael Sata receives an affidavit from newly appointed Community Development Mother and Child Deputy Minister Ingrid Mpande at State House
President Michael Sata receives an affidavit from newly appointed
Community Development Mother and Child Deputy Minister Ingrid Mpande
at State House

2.

President Sata with Bob Sichinga and Foreign Affairs minister Harry Kalaba in Brussels
President Sata with Bob Sichinga and Foreign Affairs minister Harry Kalaba in Brussels

3.

President Sata at Hotel Plaza in Brussel
President Sata at Hotel Plaza in Brussel

4.

President Michael Sata with Zambian Ambassador to Brussels Grace Kabwe and Foeign affairs Minister Harry Kalaba at Brussel Airport in Belgium.The President is attending the 4th Africa EU heads of States Summit in Belgium
President Michael Sata with Zambian Ambassador to Brussels Grace Kabwe and Foeign affairs Minister Harry Kalaba at Brussel Airport in Belgium.The President is attending the 4th Africa EU heads of States Summit in Belgium

5.

President  Sata arrives in Brussels
President Sata arrives in Brussels

6.

MMD cadres protest against party leader Nevers Mumba at the party secretariat in Lusaka
MMD cadres protest against party leader Nevers Mumba at the party
secretariat in Lusaka

7.

Secretary to Cabinet Roland Msiska (left) presents a dummy check to Angelus Mubita, the man who designed Zambia's Golden Jubilee logo.
Secretary to Cabinet Roland Msiska (left) presents a dummy check to
Angelus Mubita, the man who designed Zambia’s Golden Jubilee logo.

8.

Designer of Zambia Golden Jubilee logo poses for a photo with Namakau Kapizhya during the launch of the jubilee celebrations
Designer of Zambia Golden Jubilee logo poses for a photo with Namakau
Kapizhya during the launch of the jubilee celebrations

9.

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The official Zambia Golden Jubilee logo

10.

Ng'ombe PTA troupe dancers perform at Mulungushi International Conference Centre during the launch of Zambia's Golden Jubilee celebrations.
Ng’ombe PTA troupe dancers perform at Mulungushi International
Conference Centre during the launch of Zambia’s Golden Jubilee
celebrations.

11.

Golden Jubilee celebrations organisaing committee chairperson Mulenga Kapwepwe presents a token of appreciation to one of the dancers from the Ng'ombe PTA troupe
Golden Jubilee celebrations organisaing committee chairperson Mulenga
Kapwepwe presents a token of appreciation to one of the dancers from
the Ng’ombe PTA troupe

12.

Ng'ombe PTA troupe dancers perform at Mulungushi International Conference Centre during the launch of Zambia's Golden Jubilee celebrations.
Ng’ombe PTA troupe dancers perform at Mulungushi International
Conference Centre during the launch of Zambia’s Golden Jubilee
celebrations.

13.

Three of the surviving quintuplets in an incubator at Lewanika general hospital
Three of the surviving quintuplets in an incubator at Lewanika general hospital

14.

Western Province Minister Josephine Limata  donating hampers to the mother of the triplets In’utu Wakun’guma at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu District, Western Province,
Western Province Minister Josephine Limata donating hampers to the mother of the triplets In’utu Wakun’guma at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu District, Western Province,

15.

Lewanika General Hospital Acting Superintend Dr.George Soko (r) confers with Western Province Minister Josephine Limata (l) as she was going round the wards during her inspection tour at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu District, Western Province,
Lewanika General Hospital Acting Superintend Dr.George Soko (r) confers with Western Province Minister Josephine Limata (l) as she was going round the wards during her inspection tour at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu District, Western Province,

16.

Western Province Minister Josephine Limata (l) during her inspection tour at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu District, Western Province
Western Province Minister Josephine Limata (l) during her inspection tour at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu District, Western Province

17.

Mines Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma addressing Sino Hydro workers in Siavonga . The workers sought an audience with the Minister over failure by Sino Hydro management to pay them their bonuses.
Mines Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma
addressing Sino Hydro workers in Siavonga . The workers
sought an audience with the Minister over failure by Sino Hydro
management to pay them their bonuses.

18.

Mines, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma addressing Sino Hydro workers in Siavonga . The workers sought an audience with the Minister over failure by Sino Hydro management to pay them their bonuses.
Mines, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma
addressing Sino Hydro workers in Siavonga . The workers
sought an audience with the Minister over failure by Sino Hydro
management to pay them their bonuses.

19.

The sale of second hand underwear continues to grow on the streets of Lusaka in spite of the health concerns which the practice poses to members of the public. Above are some of the various items of underwear that are commonly sold on Freedom Way and the Lumumba road Lumumba road filter lane
The sale of second hand underwear continues to grow on the streets of
Lusaka in spite of the health concerns which the practice poses to
members of the public. Above are some of the various items of
underwear that are commonly sold on Freedom Way and the Lumumba road
Lumumba road filter lane

20.

The sale of second hand underwear continues to grow on the streets of Lusaka in spite of the health concerns which the practice poses to members of the public. Above are some of the various items of underwear that are commonly sold on Freedom Way and the Lumumba road Lumumba road filter lane
The sale of second hand underwear continues to grow on the streets of
Lusaka in spite of the health concerns which the practice poses to
members of the public. Above are some of the various items of
underwear that are commonly sold on Freedom Way and the Lumumba road
Lumumba road filter lane

21.

 A GOODS train shutting on Chipata -Mchinji railway to signify the operationalise of the long awaited project which was conceived during the UNIP regime.Here a goods lomocotive with wagons captured in Chipata
A GOODS train shutting on Chipata -Mchinji railway to signify the operationalise of the long awaited project which was conceived during the UNIP regime.Here a goods lomocotive with wagons captured in Chipata

22.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)  officially handed over a classroom block  to support former refugees and to assist hosting communities around Meheba and Mayukwayukwa refugee settlements in Solwezi
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) officially handed over a classroom block
to support former refugees and to assist hosting communities around Meheba and Mayukwayukwa refugee settlements in Solwezi

23.

Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Chiefs and Traditional Affairs Susan Kawandami talks to pupils in Ndola
Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Chiefs and Traditional Affairs Susan Kawandami talks to pupils in Ndola

24.

Home Affairs permanent secretary Dr Peter Mwaba admires shoes made by former Angolan refugees after meeting them at Maheba refugee camp  in Solwezi
Home Affairs permanent secretary Dr Peter Mwaba
admires shoes made by former Angolan refugees after meeting them at
Maheba refugee camp in Solwezi

25.

RWANDESE refugee spokesperson Caritas Mukamana asking a question to Home Affairs permanent secretary Dr Peter Mwaba ( not in picture) on the local integration  process by government on the former refugee during the meeting with them at Maheba refugee camp in Solwezi
RWANDESE refugee spokesperson Caritas Mukamana
asking a question to Home Affairs permanent secretary Dr Peter Mwaba (
not in picture) on the local integration process by government on
the former refugee during the meeting with them at Maheba refugee camp
in Solwezi

26.

Government has released K500, 000 to upgrade Mapanza health clinic in Mbabala Constituency in Choma District and the contractor was expected to commence the works soon. Above, pupils follow proceeding during this year's commemoration of World Tuberculosis Day at the clinic
Government has released K500, 000 to upgrade Mapanza health clinic in
Mbabala Constituency in Choma District and the contractor was expected
to commence the works soon. Above, pupils follow proceeding during
this year’s commemoration of World Tuberculosis Day at the clinic

25 COMMENTS

  1. Sata just went mukulamfya ku Brussels. If he had appointed Mulenga Kapwepwe as Foreign Affairs minister maybe the PF could have looked more “sexy”.

    • The only picture with true hope is number 24, sad though that it had to be angolans doing it, but its a plus anyhow. If only our president, the cabinet, celebrities inspired the public to say, “we shall walk barefoot if need be, until we have shoes made by our own people available for sale”, then this trade of shoe making would grow. Eventually we would then also have schools which deal with the design and making of shoes, industries would then be challenged to make machines or factories for mass shoe production etc. more jobs and more jobs. When people are inspired, they can do great things. Mr. PS, dont just admire, buy those shoes. Zambian musicians/artists go and buy those shoes so that the young who look up to you and admire your stylish clothes,shoes etc go and buy the same shoes.

    • Point of correction Miss Mushota: quintuple signifies FIVE and not three. A group of 5 musicians, for instance, is a called a quintet. Remember The Broadway Quintet?

    • Mushota ubokopo surviving meaning abana bambi balifwa. You claim to be learned but some of your contributions are worrying.

  2. You want our precious ladies to move without pants and bras so that you ‘slaughter’ them. No way. Bleach those second hand ones and they will be safe!

    • MIND YOUR LANGUAGE WOMEN ARE NOT ANIMALS TO BE SLAUGHTERED NINSHI YOUR FATHER DIDNT TECH YOU TO RESPECT WOMEN ,YOUR MUM AINT A MAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • I have put the word in inverted comas and this is an indication that someone somewhere used this term. You do not need to insult me because I am trying to protect women. You have totally misunderstood my statement. I apologize for any misunderstanding caused but I am an activist for the rights of women and the underprivileged.

  3. $800 is too little for such creative art work. In some countries one would never walk again after winning such, but hey this is ZED. The young man should put the publicity to good use by promoting his other works. On lighter note Namakau has really changed sir names, and from her good looks, it appears we still counting.

    • Kaili she thought marrying a Jayetileke made her special. Always marry your own kind and never leave the flock. I dont understand people who marry less melaninated people. Melanin gives you attributes which no one ever tells our people about. Melanin is the driving force of life, chemistry is the study of melanin. Why would you want to contaminate your good melanin with an inferior one?

    • I agree, at least K50,000 upfront would make sense. Then royalties for using logo as well as copyright privileges for 50 years after the winners passing!

      M ou madam DittA, something worried me when you said ‘in some countries one would never walk again after … ‘ Would a disease strike you and get paralysed or what … ?

  4. Each time I read Namakau’s name she has a new husband! While others have none she keeps tossing them and picking new ones! I see our prez with two of his useless ministers in pic 2…

    • Kalok, men are like common house flies! They tend to go where there is an over powering fimo fimo. Those ladies without should not worry … as they are probably clean and cannot attract anything …

  5. The jubilee logo really looks good. 50 years is a great occasion for celebration. I feel the designer deserves an award higher than that.

    Second hand underwear for sale? How and why? There is need for government to consider introducing regulations dictating what can be sold and what not – in the interest of consumer hygiene.

  6. Fifty yrs of utter poverty,very filthy streets ,used underwear and a crazy visionless president.The common theme in all that is MEDIOCRITY.

    Haha,nashukuru mungu kwa kunitoa kwa nchi hii ya wajinga .

  7. Is it “Zambian ambassador to Brussels” or “Zambian ambassador to Belgium”? Check your stories before publishing ba LT.

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