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Labour Day Celebrations in Pictures

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Workers during the Commemoration of the International Labour Day at the Freedom Statue on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Workers during the Commemoration of the International Labour Day at the Freedom Statue on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Workers from various organisations march past the saluting dais of President Michael Sata during Labour Day celebrations in Lusaka
Workers from various organisations march past the saluting dais of
President Michael Sata during Labour Day celebrations in Lusaka

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Zambia Railways train  during the International Labour Day  Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Zambia Railways train during the International Labour Day Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Zambia Railwas train during the International Labour Day  Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Zambia Railwas train during the International Labour Day Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Zambia Police Band during the International Labour Day  Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Zambia Police Band during the International Labour Day Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Zambia Police Band during the International Labour Day  Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Zambia Police Band during the International Labour Day Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Zambia Police Band during the International Labour Day  Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Zambia Police Band during the International Labour Day Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Zambia Army Brass Band during the International Labour Day  Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Zambia Army Brass Band during the International Labour Day Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Workers during the International Labour Day  Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Workers during the International Labour Day Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Workers during the Commemoration of the International Labour Day at the Freedom Statue on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Workers during the Commemoration of the International Labour Day at the Freedom Statue on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Workers during the Commemoration of the International Labour Day at the Freedom Statue on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Workers during the Commemoration of the International Labour Day at the Freedom Statue on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Workers during the International Labour Day  Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Workers during the International Labour Day Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Workers during the International Labour Day  Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Workers during the International Labour Day Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Workers during the Commemoration of the International Labour Day at the Freedom Statue on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Workers during the Commemoration of the International Labour Day at the Freedom Statue on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Workers during the International Labour Day  Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Workers during the International Labour Day Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Workers during the International Labour Day  Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Workers during the International Labour Day Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Zambia Police Band during the International Labour Day  Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Zambia Police Band during the International Labour Day Commemoration at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Workers from various organisations march past the saluting dais of President Michael Sata during Labour Day celebrations in Lusaka
Workers from various organisations march past the saluting dais of
President Michael Sata during Labour Day celebrations in Lusaka

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Workers from various organisations march past the saluting dais of President Michael Sata during Labour Day celebrations in Lusaka
Workers from various organisations march past the saluting dais of
President Michael Sata during Labour Day celebrations in Lusaka

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Times of Zambia staff at Labour Celebrations
Times of Zambia staff at Labour Celebrations

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Times of Zambia staff at Labour Celebrations
Times of Zambia staff at Labour Celebrations

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Times of Zambia staff at Labour Celebrations
Times of Zambia staff at Labour Celebrations

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President Sata greets First Republican president Dr Kenneth Kaunda on arrival for the commemoration of International Labour Day at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Sata greets First Republican president Dr Kenneth Kaunda on arrival for the commemoration of International Labour Day at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Acting Chief Justice Lombe Chibesakunda (left) listens to Speaker of the National Assembly Patrick Matibini at Labour Day celebrations in Lusaka
Acting Chief Justice Lombe Chibesakunda (left) listens to Speaker of
the National Assembly Patrick Matibini at Labour Day celebrations in
Lusaka

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President Michael Sata is welcomed by Zambia congress of Trade Unions president Leonard Hikaumba on his arrival at the Freedom Statue for Labour Day celebrations in Lusaka
President Michael Sata is welcomed by Zambia congress of Trade Unions
president Leonard Hikaumba on his arrival at the Freedom Statue for
Labour Day celebrations in Lusaka

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President Michael Sata and Labour Minister Fackson Shamenda watch a workers' march-past during Labour Day celebrations in Lusaka
President Michael Sata and Labour Minister Fackson Shamenda watch a
workers’ march-past during Labour Day celebrations in Lusaka

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Labour Minister Fackson Shamenda (left), President Michael Sata, Zambia Congress of Trade Unions president Leonard Hikaumba and Federation of Free Trade Unions president Joyce Simukoko (right) watch the Labour Day march past in Lusaka
Labour Minister Fackson Shamenda (left), President Michael Sata,
Zambia Congress of Trade Unions president Leonard Hikaumba and
Federation of Free Trade Unions president Joyce Simukoko (right) watch
the Labour Day march past in Lusaka

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President Michael Sata (left) addresses workers as First Republican President Dr Kenneth Kaunda looks on at Labour Day celebrations in Lusaka
President Michael Sata (left) addresses workers as First Republican
President Dr Kenneth Kaunda looks on at Labour Day celebrations in
Lusaka

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President Michael Sata (right) addresses workers as Labour Minister Fackson Shamenda looks on at Labour Day celebrations in Lusaka
President Michael Sata (right) addresses workers as Labour Minister
Fackson Shamenda looks on at Labour Day celebrations in Lusaka

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President Michael Sata is flanked by Labour Minister Fackson Shamenda (left) and Zambia Congress of Trade Unions president Leonard Hikaumba (right) at Labour Day celebrations in Lusaka
President Michael Sata is flanked by Labour Minister Fackson Shamenda
(left) and Zambia Congress of Trade Unions president Leonard Hikaumba
(right) at Labour Day celebrations in Lusaka

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President Sata greets First Republican president Dr Kenneth Kaunda on arrival for the commemoration of International Labour Day at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Sata greets First Republican president Dr Kenneth Kaunda on arrival for the commemoration of International Labour Day at the Freedom Statue in Lusaka on May 1,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Zesco employee in Customer Care Department Bwalya Mang'amu Manda : most disciplined employee
Zesco employee in Customer Care Department Bwalya Mang’amu Manda : most
disciplined employee

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Zesco employee Malambo Road branch  in Human Resources Department office Francis Mwelwa Chibesakunda  the Most Productive & Self Driven employee
Zesco employee Malambo Road branch in Human Resources Department office
Francis Mwelwa Chibesakunda the Most Productive & Self Driven employee

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Majorettes marching during the 2014 labour day celebrations in Livingstone
Majorettes marching during the 2014 labour day celebrations in Livingstone

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Some workers from the Livingstone District Administration marching during the 2014 labour day celebrations in the tourist capital
Some workers from the Livingstone District Administration marching during the 2014 labour day celebrations in the tourist capital

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A youth band marching during the 2014 labour day celebrations in Livingstone
A youth band marching during the 2014 labour day celebrations in Livingstone

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Group 3 Security workers marching during the 2014 labour day celebrations in Livingstone
Group 3 Security workers marching during the 2014 labour day celebrations in Livingstone

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Transport Minister Yamfwa Mukanga (second from far left), Livingstone Town Clerk Vivian Chikoti (far left), Livingstone Deputy Mayor Fred Sikazwe (second from far right) and Livingstone District Commissioner Omar Munsanje (far right) marching during the 2014 labour day celebrations in the tourist capital
Transport Minister Yamfwa Mukanga (second from far left), Livingstone Town Clerk Vivian Chikoti (far left), Livingstone Deputy Mayor Fred Sikazwe (second from far right) and Livingstone District Commissioner Omar Munsanje (far right) marching during the 2014 labour day celebrations in the tourist capital

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WORKERS marching to commemorate Labour Day in Mpika
WORKERS marching to commemorating Labour Day in Mpika

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WORKERS marching during the commemoration of Labour Day in Mpika District
WORKERS marching during the commemoration of Labour Day in Mpika
District

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WORKERS marching during the commemoration of Labour Day in Mpika District
WORKERS marching during the commemoration of Labour Day in Mpika
District

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Workers during the labour day celebrations held at David Kaunda in Chipata
Workers during the labour day celebrations held at David Kaunda in Chipata

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Smiling Kids entertaining guest during the labour day celebrations held at David Kaunda stadium
Smiling Kids entertaining guest during the labour day celebrations held at David Kaunda stadium

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Smiling Kids entertaining guest during the labour day celebrations held at David Kaunda stadium
Smiling Kids entertaining guest during the labour day celebrations held at David Kaunda stadium

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Eastern Province Minister Malozo during the labour day celebrations
Eastern Province Minister Malozo during the labour day celebrations

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Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone(Middle) with Patriotic Front Chairperson Lameck Mangani(black suit) and other senior government officials during the labour day celebrations
Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone(Middle) with Patriotic Front Chairperson Lameck Mangani(black suit) and other senior government officials during the labour day celebrations

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L-R:Eastern Province Patriotic Front Chairperson Lameck Mangani and Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone being entertained by the Smiling Kids during the labour day celebrations in Chipata
L-R:Eastern Province Patriotic Front Chairperson Lameck Mangani and Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone being entertained by the Smiling Kids during the labour day celebrations in Chipata

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VICE-PRESIDENT Guy Scott presents the Best Disciplined Company award to Mopani Copper Mines representative during the Labour Day celebrations at Diggers Rugby Club in Kitwe
VICE-PRESIDENT Guy Scott presents the Best Disciplined Company
award to Mopani Copper Mines representative during the Labour Day
celebrations at Diggers Rugby Club in Kitwe

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ZAMBIA Daily Mail staff marching during the Labour Day celebrations at Diggers Rugby Club in Kitwe
ZAMBIA Daily Mail staff marching during the Labour Day
celebrations at Diggers Rugby Club in Kitwe

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ZAMBIA National Broadcasting Corporation staff marching during the Labour Day celebrations at Diggers Rugby Club in Kitwe
ZAMBIA National Broadcasting Corporation staff marching during
the Labour Day celebrations at Diggers Rugby Club in Kitwe

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MOPANI Copper Mines employees marching during the Labour Day celebrations at Diggers Rugby Club in Kitwe
MOPANI Copper Mines employees marching during the Labour Day
celebrations at Diggers Rugby Club in Kitwe

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HOME Affairs Minister Ngosa Simbyakula cuts ribbon to flag off the march past for Labour Celebrations in Kitwe
HOME Affairs Minister Ngosa Simbyakula cuts ribbon to flag off the march past for Labour Celebrations in Kitwe

22 COMMENTS

  1. I think these pictures shows happiness in Zambia

    The attendance of these pictures are anything to go by was overwhelming

    Like wine, the longer the PF stays in power they will get better

    Absolutely elated and brilliant.

    Congratulation’s PG government

    Thanks

    • Do civilians have to do the “shoulder high”? A disciplined normal brisk walk would suffice. What is the point of mimicking security and defence personnel?

    • It’s lunacy and idi0cy of the highest order that you are excited when the president himself is NOT happy at all!

    • Ubupuba bwaba shamenda, he already has interest in that woman in picture 34, Bwalya Mang’amu Manda. The husband to this woman, munkhale biliware. This is the type of woman he likes. we know the man very well. He will start calling her, kaili he knows she works ku customer care. you have made his job easy to hunt this woman.

    • Iwe katwishi, ngaulu kamwanaka or umwaube, you’re very controversial huh? I reckon most of yours comments are deliberately intended to provoke other people, Be objective!!!

    • why do we march on labour day. these are remnant traditions from the cracker. Line the slaves and savages up for inspection as the master stands on a nicely elevated podium protected from the scorching sun.

    • Thats the sad direction Zambia is headed due to our sedentary life style and love for fast (junk) food now.

      where most people used to walk, they now drive which in itself is not a bad thing. the trouble is driving just like junk food is addictive.

      there are more overweight and obese Zambians today than ten years ago.

      in Zambia today there are more cases of diabetes, high blood pressure, cancers and a lot other strange and western diseases.

      we are sitting on a time bomb due to our life styles and our medical services just like everything else in Zambia are pathetically slow to respond.

      we need to take a serious look before our nation implodes

    • @Tese, that is symbol that there is wealthy in Zambia. I wonder from what company, maybe FRA.
      The owner of that woman should be awarded as the best caring man, who feeds wife.

  2. As the pictures show there’s nothing to smile about on this labour day.Even Sata is unhappy about the slave-like conditions of working and the expensive ubunga.

  3. for heaven sake, what is Kaunda doing at the Labour day celebrations, the guy is retired and tired…..its high time he went to the farm and sat on his rolling chair and sun-basked.

    • I suppose he is not ready to cash in his chips with the big G up in heaven. Complete retirement is a sure way to an early grave. He is much more sprightly than some people younger than him.

  4. Let’s pray for the president for good health please. the man looks tired, let no one rejoice over the misery of others. Your Excellence, may the Almighty Jah touch you with a healing finger.

  5. Put some energy into putting research into your captions, what is “some workers so and so?” get serious if you want us to comment ba LT.
    Pull up your socks!!

  6. The so called “kids” are not smiling in any of the pictures I have seen so far. I can only call this as : Very poor reporting.
    Peace and Love be upon you brothers and sisters.

    • It is the name of the ensemble. The Smiling Kids. Why they don’t live up to it I don’t know….

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