Wednesday, July 24, 2024

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Suspected Patriotic Front cadres sings songs and chant slogans outside the magistrates court complex where opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema was attending a court case in Lusaka
Suspected Patriotic Front cadres sings songs and chant slogans outside
the magistrates court complex where opposition UPND leader Hakainde
Hichilema was attending a court case in Lusaka

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Suspected Patriotic Front cadres sings songs and chant slogans outside the magistrates court complex where opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema was attending a court case in Lusaka
Suspected Patriotic Front cadres sings songs and chant slogans outside
the magistrates court complex where opposition UPND leader Hakainde
Hichilema was attending a court case in Lusaka

3

Police man the entrance to keep rival cadres from the ruling Patriotic Front and the opposition UPND from clashing at the magistrate's court complex where opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema was attending a court case in Lusaka
Police man the entrance to keep rival cadres from the ruling Patriotic
Front and the opposition UPND from clashing at the magistrate’s court
complex where opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema was attending
a court case in Lusaka

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Opposition UPND cadres talk to a motorist as they waited for their party leader Hakainde Hichilema outside the magistrate's court complex in Lusaka
Opposition UPND cadres talk to a motorist as they waited for their
party leader Hakainde Hichilema outside the magistrate’s court complex
in Lusaka

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Police man the entrance to keep opposition UPND cadres out of the magistrate's court complex grounds during the hearing of a case involving party leader Hakainde Hichilema in Lusaka
Police man the entrance to keep opposition UPND cadres out of the
magistrate’s court complex grounds during the hearing of a case
involving party leader Hakainde Hichilema in Lusaka

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Opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema arrives to attend a court case at the magistrate's court complex in Lusaka
Opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema arrives to attend a court
case at the magistrate’s court complex in Lusaka

7

 LAFARGE Zambia managing director Emmanuel Rigaux (right) explaining a point to Chinese Ambassador to Zambia Zhou Yuxiao (left) during a tour of the cement plant in Chilanga
LAFARGE Zambia managing director Emmanuel Rigaux (right) explaining a point to Chinese Ambassador to Zambia Zhou Yuxiao (left) during a tour of the cement plant in Chilanga

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CHINESE Ambassador to Zambia Zhou Yuxiao (right) talks to Lafarge Zambia managing director Emmanuel Rigaux before embarking on a tour of the cement plant in Chilanga
CHINESE Ambassador to Zambia Zhou Yuxiao (right) talks to Lafarge Zambia managing director Emmanuel Rigaux before embarking on a tour of the cement plant in Chilanga

8

Dr Nevers Mumba speaking on Radio Mazabuka
Dr Nevers Mumba speaking on Radio Mazabuka

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Dr Nevers Mumba after appearing on a live radio programme on Radio Mazabuka
Dr Nevers Mumba after appearing on a live radio programme on Radio Mazabuka

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David Lemon (right) joined by well-wishers at the start of his second leg Zambezi Cowbell Trek at Siavonga.
David Lemon (right) joined by well-wishers at the start of his second
leg Zambezi Cowbell Trek at Siavonga.

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The Multi-million Kwacha construction of Chiawa Bridge which will connect Lusaka to Chirundu is set for completion before the end of next month.
The Multi-million Kwacha construction of Chiawa Bridge which will
connect Lusaka to Chirundu is set for completion before the end of
next month.

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ACE Engineering Consultants project manager Muhamed Adly briefs World Bank Country director Kundavi Kedirisan and RAD project manager, Nicholas Mulenga during the tour of the ongoing works of the Chiawa Bridge in Chirundu
ACE Engineering Consultants project manager Muhamed Adly briefs World
Bank Country director Kundavi Kedirisan and RAD project manager,
Nicholas Mulenga during the tour of the ongoing works of the Chiawa
Bridge in Chirundu

14

Education Deputy Minister David Mabumba (l) and second Turkish Ambassador to Zambia Ahmet Arda putting concrete during Horizon Education Trust School ground breaking for the Girls Secondary Schoo
Education Deputy Minister David Mabumba (l) and second Turkish Ambassador to Zambia Ahmet Arda putting concrete during Horizon Education Trust School ground breaking for the Girls Secondary Schoo

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 Education Minister John Phiri putting the concrete whilst the entourage is looking on  during Horizon Education Trust School ground breaking for the Girls Secondary School
Education Minister John Phiri putting the concrete whilst the entourage is looking on during Horizon Education Trust School ground breaking for the Girls Secondary School

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Education Minister John Phiri (l) joining the Tawonga Dancing group of Mutendere during Horizon Education Trust School ground breaking for the Girls Secondary School
Education Minister John Phiri (l) joining the Tawonga Dancing group of Mutendere during Horizon Education Trust School ground breaking for the Girls Secondary School

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Deputy Minister in the office of the vice President Davis Mwango arrives at Namayani Primary School whilst pupils looking on during the handover of the1X4 classroom built at k2,400 and One Teachers house built at k1,200 during the handover of the 4 school built in Chibombo District at Namayani Primary School
Deputy Minister in the office of the vice President Davis Mwango arrives at Namayani Primary School whilst pupils looking on during the handover of the1X4 classroom built at k2,400 and One Teachers house built at k1,200 during the handover of the 4 school built in Chibombo District at Namayani Primary School

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PUPILS at Mayukwayukwa Primary School in Western Province have joined the rest of the world in demanding for the release of the over 200 Nigerian girls abducted by that country's Islamic group  Boko Haram. Above,14-year-old Mayukwayukwa Primary School head girl Diana Witonze (right) calling for the release of the Nigerian girls flanked by United Nations resident coordinator Janet Rogan at the school
PUPILS at Mayukwayukwa Primary School in Western Province have joined the rest of the world in demanding for the release of the over 200 Nigerian girls abducted by that country’s Islamic group Boko Haram. Above,14-year-old Mayukwayukwa Primary School head girl Diana Witonze (right) calling for the release of the Nigerian girls flanked by United Nations resident coordinator Janet Rogan at the school

 

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Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone, Paramount Chief Mpezeni and Chief Chinyaku at the official flagging of the first train enroute to the port of Nacala in Mozambique in Chipata
Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone, Paramount Chief Mpezeni and Chief Chinyaku at the official flagging of the first train enroute to the port of Nacala in Mozambique in Chipata

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Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone with Paramount Chief Mpezeni of the Ngoni People  cutting the ribbon to signify the kick of  the first train from Chipata to Nacala port in Mozambique  in Chipata
Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone with Paramount Chief Mpezeni of the Ngoni People cutting the ribbon to signify the kick of the first train from Chipata to Nacala port in Mozambique in Chipata

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Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone with Malawian High Commissioner to Zambia David Bandawe and Zambia High Commissioner, Charge d’Affaires Henry Ngilazi  enjoying a ride on a goods locomotives at the official flagging off of the first train enroute to Nacala port in Mozambique from Chipata
Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone with Malawian High Commissioner to Zambia David Bandawe and Zambia High Commissioner, Charge d’Affaires Henry Ngilazi enjoying a ride on a goods locomotives at the official flagging off of the first train enroute to Nacala port in Mozambique from Chipata

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The first train carrying wagons enroute to Mozambique from  Chipata
The first train carrying wagons enroute to Mozambique from Chipata

23

Mkushi DC Luka Mwamba(r) cutting the ribbon on the new Ambulance whilst Dr. Friday Kaunga (l).
Mkushi DC Luka Mwamba(r) cutting the ribbon on the new Ambulance whilst Dr. Friday Kaunga (l).

24

Construction  of  Itezhi tezhi  hydro power  plant  underway
Construction of Itezhi tezhi hydro power plant underway

25

A combined team of the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA), Game Rangers International (IFAW) and the International Fund for Animal welfare (IFAW) have successfully captured the elephant which has been seen roaming around Nega Nega area and translocated to Kafue National Park (KNP).
Scores of excited onlookers during the successful captured the elephant which has been seen roaming around Nega Nega area and translocated to Kafue National Park (KNP)

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A combined team of the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA), Game Rangers International (IFAW) and the International Fund for Animal welfare (IFAW) have successfully captured the elephant which has been seen roaming around Nega Nega area and translocated to Kafue National Park (KNP).
A combined team of the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA), Game Rangers International (IFAW) and the International Fund for Animal welfare (IFAW) have successfully captured the elephant which has been seen roaming around Nega Nega area and translocated to Kafue National Park (KNP).

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A combined team of the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA), Game Rangers International (IFAW) and the International Fund for Animal welfare (IFAW) have successfully captured the elephant which has been seen roaming around Nega Nega area and translocated to Kafue National Park (KNP).
A combined team of the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA), Game Rangers International (IFAW) and the International Fund for Animal welfare (IFAW) have successfully captured the elephant which has been seen roaming around Nega Nega area and translocated to Kafue National Park (KNP).

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Annie Nambeya 79 of Maraundi village in Mbala receives a blanket and foodstuffs from the District Dorcus Mothers of the Seventh Day Adventist Church at Maraundi recently. Over 100 elderly persons benefited from the gesture during the community service
Annie Nambeya 79 of Maraundi village in Mbala receives a blanket and foodstuffs from the District Dorcus Mothers of the Seventh Day Adventist Church at Maraundi recently. Over 100 elderly persons benefited from the gesture during the community service

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Marble Nachula 87 of Maraundi village in Mbala could not hide her joy after receiving a blanket and foodstuffs donated by the District Dorcus Mothers of the Seventh Day Adventist Church in the area recently. Over 100 elderly persons benefited from the gesture.
Marble Nachula 87 of Maraundi village in Mbala could not hide her joy after receiving a blanket and foodstuffs donated by the District Dorcus Mothers of the Seventh Day Adventist Church in the area recently. Over 100 elderly persons benefited from the gesture.

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Central province  Permanent Secretary Edwidge Mutale receiving keys  from Acting  Provincial Medical Officer George Chibulu for the  ambulance  donated to Luano district.
Central province Permanent Secretary Edwidge Mutale receiving keys from Acting Provincial Medical Officer George Chibulu for the ambulance donated to Luano district.

31

 Deputy secretary to cabinet Ambassador Peter Kasanda pointing at a broken down tap whose water was  running at youth skills resource Centre in Mumbwa
Deputy secretary to cabinet Ambassador Peter Kasanda pointing at a broken down tap whose water was running at youth skills resource Centre in Mumbwa

32

Itezhi tezhi hydro power  plant quality assurance safety manager Martin Mukumbuta welcoming  Deputy secretary to cabinet  Ambassador Peter Kasanda during his  visit
Itezhi tezhi hydro power plant quality assurance safety manager Martin Mukumbuta welcoming Deputy secretary to cabinet Ambassador Peter Kasanda during his visit

33

Central Province Permanent Secretary answering questions from civil servants in itezhi tezhi during deputy secretary to cabinet  Peter Kasanda tour of  developmental projects
Central Province Permanent Secretary answering questions from civil servants in itezhi tezhi during deputy secretary to cabinet Peter Kasanda tour of developmental projects

34

Chiefs and Traditional Affairs Minister Nkandu Luo talks to Chipangali MP Vincent Mwale during a WHO workshop at Chaminuka Lodge.
Chiefs and Traditional Affairs Minister Nkandu Luo talks to Chipangali MP Vincent Mwale during a WHO workshop at Chaminuka Lodge.

35

Teddy Mwape of Red Arrows (in all red) and Teddyson Kilambe of Lubengele stables from the Copper-belt square it out during the Charm "Shuffle" Chiteule Memorial Boxing Tournament in Kabwe
Teddy Mwape of Red Arrows (in all red) and Teddyson Kilambe of Lubengele stables from the Copper-belt square it out during the Charm “Shuffle” Chiteule Memorial Boxing Tournament in Kabwe

36

Deputy Minister in the office of the vice President Davis Mwango and Chibombo District Commissioner Felix Mangwato joining Namayani pupils in celebrating the handover of the classroom and the house during the handover of the 4 school built in Chibombo District at Namayani Primary School
Deputy Minister in the office of the vice President Davis Mwango and Chibombo District Commissioner Felix Mangwato joining Namayani pupils in celebrating the handover of the classroom and the house during the handover of the 4 school built in Chibombo District at Namayani Primary School

37

(Davis Mwango) (from Left to right) Kabile councilor David Seke, Deputy Minister in the office of the vice President Davis Mwango and Chibombo District Commissioner Felix Mangwato inspecting the blown off  roof at Kalala primary school during the handover of the 4 school built in Chibombo District at Namayani Primary School
(Davis Mwango) (from Left to right) Kabile councilor David Seke, Deputy Minister in the office of the vice President Davis Mwango and Chibombo District Commissioner Felix Mangwato inspecting the blown off roof at Kalala primary school during the handover of the 4 school built in Chibombo District at Namayani Primary School

38

St Anne catholic women of Kabwe Deanary cleaning ward one at Kabwe General Hospital.
St Anne catholic women of Kabwe Deanary cleaning ward one at
Kabwe General Hospital.

39

St Anne catholic women's Organisation members of Kabwe Deanary cleaning the Windows for ward one at Kabwe General Hospital when the Organisation undertook some charity work
St Anne catholic women’s Organisation members of Kabwe Deanary
cleaning the Windows for ward one at Kabwe General Hospital when the
Organisation undertook some charity work

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St Anne Kabwe Deanary Chairperson Androphina Lombe hands over blankets to Kabwe General Hospital Matron Harriet Beele when the organisation donated goods worth over K10,000
St Anne Kabwe Deanary Chairperson Androphina Lombe hands
over blankets to Kabwe General Hospital Matron Harriet Beele when the
organisation donated goods worth over K10,000

41

-TWO people died on the spot while seven other passengers are nursing serious injuries in Kabompo district hospital when the driver of the above Mitsubishi Fuso truck registration No. ABZ 3334, lost control due to a tyre burst. The accident happened on Tuesday night around 20 hours. The truck was taking dry fish from Lukulu to Solwezi. The driver of the truck is currently in police custody.
-TWO people died on the spot while seven other passengers are nursing serious injuries in Kabompo district hospital when the driver of the above Mitsubishi Fuso truck registration No. ABZ 3334, lost control due to a tyre burst. The accident happened on Tuesday night around 20 hours. The truck was taking dry fish from Lukulu to Solwezi. The driver of the truck is currently in police custody.

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-TWO people died on the spot while seven other passengers are nursing serious injuries in Kabompo district hospital when the driver of the above Mitsubishi Fuso truck registration No. ABZ 3334, lost control due to a tyre burst. The accident happened on Tuesday night around 20 hours. The truck was taking dry fish from Lukulu to Solwezi. The driver of the truck is currently in police custody.
-TWO people died on the spot while seven other passengers are nursing serious injuries in Kabompo district hospital when the driver of the above Mitsubishi Fuso truck registration No. ABZ 3334, lost control due to a tyre burst. The accident happened on Tuesday night around 20 hours. The truck was taking dry fish from Lukulu to Solwezi. The driver of the truck is currently in police custody.

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AGRICULTURE and Livestock Minister Wylbur Simuusa (in-glasses) inspects bales of tobacco as Alliance One Zambia scale-scale manager Vincent Shane (right), Stoga chairperson Stainwell Sikambala (far right) and some farmers look on at the Tobacco Board of Zambia shed in Choma
AGRICULTURE and Livestock Minister Wylbur Simuusa (in-glasses) inspects bales of tobacco as Alliance One Zambia scale-scale manager Vincent Shane (right), Stoga chairperson Stainwell Sikambala (far right) and some farmers look on at the Tobacco Board of Zambia shed in Choma

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AGRICULTURE and Livestock Minister Wylbur Simuusa (in-glasses) inspects bales of tobacco as Alliance One Zambia scale-scale manager Vincent Shane (right) and Stoga chairperson Stainwell Sikambala (far right) look on at the Tobacco Board of Zambia shed in Choma
AGRICULTURE and Livestock Minister Wylbur Simuusa (in-glasses) inspects bales of tobacco as Alliance One Zambia scale-scale manager Vincent Shane (right) and Stoga chairperson Stainwell Sikambala (far right) look on at the Tobacco Board of Zambia shed in Choma

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St Anne Kabwe Deanary Chairperson Androphina Lombe hands over blankets to Kabwe General Hospital Matron Harriet Beele when the organisation donated goods worth over K10,000
St Anne Kabwe Deanary Chairperson Androphina Lombe hands
over blankets to Kabwe General Hospital Matron Harriet Beele when the
organisation donated goods worth over K10,000

21 COMMENTS

  1. Eba Paparazzi ba pa Zed aba? Also give us pictures or videos like that of Vedanta Chairman. We want to know people raping Zambia

    • ala mwandini, nabatunyenga ba mwisa aba. kwashala panono, ndebwelela ku zed. ala bafwa ba mwisa, enjoy before i get home. mwalachimona soon.

    • While the PF govt may have its own shortcomings just like any govt around the world, these pics show that there is a lot going on especially in infrastructure development around the country.

      opening up the rural areas like the PF govt is doing is the best way of developing the country

      Keep moving and yes we want to see more work done

    • What those Catholic women are doing is what other Christians ought to emulate, not taking tithe from poor people!

  2. Pic 17. Commissioning a K2,400 classroom? This must be a mega project!! Keep it up PF.

  3. I laughed as though it was nice. The caption on the Fuso accident reads driver is in police custody. I was just thinking to myself why arrest the driver? For allowing the tire to burst? Someone explain to me please.

    • For causing death by the truck he was driving. By law driver should first be locked up even if he was stationary.

    • In a civilised country like where you are now.,The tread of the tires and the pressures have to meet certain specisifcations. If you drive a car with less than 2 mm tread in the UK for example you get charged. So I hope you now understand why he was arrested.

  4. They should get those jobless hooligans shown in picture 1 to do the jobs in pictures 38 and 39.
    That way they can get some work experience.

  5. I salute the Dorchester mothers. Cleanness and maintenance lacks in Zambia. Pics 41& 42, tyre burst should not cause deaths. The driver was over speeding. Sad for the deceased. Mazabuka radio station lacks cleaness and maintenance too. I could go on for other photos too.

  6. Moving the elephant to some other place, they should have slaughtered the animal and allowed the villagers to feast on it. The elephant population is too much.

    • Ah chap your drunk go home, that elephant can provide business through tourism while eating it will only feel there stomachs for one day.

      Thanks LT it’s good to see what’s going on back home

  7. Picture 1&2
    …is there a police service or is it a police force or police command in Zed….?? How do u allow such a situation…??

    UPND or MMD cadres attending Kabimba’s court case…..how and why apart from creating a volatile situation..??

  8. The PF government obviously has some governance issues to sort out but when it comes to infrastructure development, they are doing a very good job in just two and half years. I recently had the opportunity to travel through the provinces and what I saw is amazing. Construction and rehabilitation of roads, schools, hospitals, universities, stadia, Air ports etc are all over the country. I think PF given another term would change the face of Zambia.

  9. I think the picture on the pillars of the bridge are sad. Why couldn’t the Engineers put up stronger pillars on that bridge? Even as a layman I can see that the pillars were not well designed for such a big bridge.

    • so true…..the sad reality of our country. No one cares….this issue of ‘ukulyamo’ and maximising on the profits. the construction company as long as he has put up a face of a building even if it does not meet the standards, to them its ok…and our politicians don’t care since nabalyamo.

  10. Suspected PF cadre or PF supporters.
    They are singing the PF songs. What proof do you want, they are supporters mwe bantu.
    The picture in the weekend profile is missing.

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