Saturday, July 20, 2024

The Week in Pictures

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A young man playing with a snake like a toy at the ongoing agricultural mining and commercial show in Kitwe.
A young man playing with a snake like a toy at the ongoing agricultural mining and commercial show in Kitwe.

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young man toys with a little croc on his palm
young man toys with a little croc on his palm

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SOME of peasant Farmers exhibiting their crop yields in the at the Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe.
SOME of peasant Farmers exhibiting their crop yields in the at
the Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe.

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 PEASANT Farmers exhibiting their crop yields in the at the Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe
PEASANT Farmers exhibiting their crop yields in the at the
Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe

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AGRICULTURE Minister Wilbur Simuusa wearing a hut and his Mines counterpart Christopher Yaluma admires Zambia National Service manufactured shoes on display at the ZNS show stand in Kitwe
AGRICULTURE Minister Wilbur Simuusa wearing a hut and his Mines
counterpart Christopher Yaluma admires Zambia National Service
manufactured shoes on display at the ZNS show stand in Kitwe

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AGRICULTURE Minister Wilbur Simuusa with wearing a hut taking a close look at maize seed in the Ministry of Agriculture stand at the Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe
AGRICULTURE Minister Wilbur Simuusa with wearing a hut taking a
close look at maize seed in the Ministry of Agriculture stand at the
Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe

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ANZANIAN High Commissioner Grace Mujuma, Agriculture Minister Wilbur Simuusa, Mines Minister Christopher Yaluma and Namibian High Commissioner to Zambia Leonard Nambahu guring tour of stands at the 57th Copperbelt Mining, Agricutlure and Commercial Show in Kitwe
TANZANIAN High Commissioner to Zambia Grace Mujuma (left)
interacts with Chambishi Metals head for quality assurance Robert
Minango with a bold head at the Chamber of Mines stand at the Show
ground in Kitwe

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MINIES Minister Christopher Yaluma (right) emphasizing a point to ECZ Generaol Manager Tony Harding (left) as his Agriculture counterpart Wilbur Simuusa listens on at the Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe
MINIES Minister Christopher Yaluma (right) emphasizing a point
to ECZ Generaol Manager Tony Harding (left) as his Agriculture
counterpart Wilbur Simuusa listens on at the Copperbelt Mining,
Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe

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AGRICULTURE Minister Wilbur Simuusa with wearing a hut taking a close look at maize seed in the Ministry of Agriculture stand at the Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe
AGRICULTURE Minister Wilbur Simuusa with wearing a hut taking a
close look at maize seed in the Ministry of Agriculture stand at the
Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe

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THE Mutende Cultural Ensemble entertaining show goers at the 57th Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe.
THE Mutende Cultural Ensemble entertaining show goers at the
57th Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe.

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Action Aid Zambia Country Director Pamela Chisanga addressing protestors
Action Aid Zambia Country Director Pamela Chisanga addressing protestors

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Protester at KCM protest event
Protester at KCM protest event

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Hundreds of protesters who  marched to the Headquarters of Konkola Copper Mines in Lusaka Thursday afternoon
Hundreds of protesters who marched to the Headquarters of Konkola Copper Mines in Lusaka Thursday afternoon

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Hundreds of protesters who  marched to the Headquarters of Konkola Copper Mines in Lusaka Thursday afternoon
Hundreds of protesters who marched to the Headquarters of Konkola Copper Mines in Lusaka Thursday afternoon

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Hundreds of protesters who  marched to the Headquarters of Konkola Copper Mines in Lusaka Thursday afternoon
Hundreds of protesters who marched to the Headquarters of Konkola Copper Mines in Lusaka Thursday afternoon

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Hundreds of protesters who  marched to the Headquarters of Konkola Copper Mines in Lusaka Thursday afternoon
Hundreds of protesters who marched to the Headquarters of Konkola Copper Mines in Lusaka Thursday afternoon

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Hundreds of protesters who  marched to the Headquarters of Konkola Copper Mines in Lusaka Thursday afternoon
Hundreds of protesters who marched to the Headquarters of Konkola Copper Mines in Lusaka Thursday afternoon

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Hundreds of protesters who  marched to the Headquarters of Konkola Copper Mines in Lusaka Thursday afternoon
Hundreds of protesters who marched to the Headquarters of Konkola Copper Mines in Lusaka Thursday afternoon

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Hundreds of protesters who  marched to the Headquarters of Konkola Copper Mines in Lusaka Thursday afternoon
Hundreds of protesters who marched to the Headquarters of Konkola Copper Mines in Lusaka Thursday afternoon

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Dr Mumba interacting with the local people
Dr Mumba interacting with the local people

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Dr Mumba takes time to greet and chat with children
Dr Mumba takes time to greet and chat with children

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Dr Mumba's entourage being trailed by armed police officers
Dr Mumba’s entourage being trailed by armed police officers

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Dr Mumba with party officials in Chipangali
Dr Mumba with party officials in Chipangali

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THE construction of over 60 housing units for civil servants by three contractors engaged by Government in Choma, the provincial capital of Southern Province, is progressing well. Above, some of the 30 low-cost houses already roofed (Top) by Golden Horse limited while at the bottom, workers roofing the remaining houses
THE construction of over 60 housing units for civil servants
by three contractors engaged by Government in Choma, the provincial
capital of Southern Province, is progressing well. Above, some of the
30 low-cost houses already roofed (Top) by Golden Horse limited while
at the bottom, workers roofing the remaining houses

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THE construction of over 60 housing units for civil servants by three contractors engaged by Government in Choma, the provincial capital of Southern Province, is progressing well. Above, some of the 30 low-cost houses already roofed (Top) by Golden Horse limited while at the bottom, workers roofing the remaining houses
THE construction of over 60 housing units for civil servants
by three contractors engaged by Government in Choma, the provincial
capital of Southern Province, is progressing well. Above, some of the
30 low-cost houses already roofed (Top) by Golden Horse limited while
at the bottom, workers roofing the remaining houses

26

 Secretary to Cabinet Roland Msiska (left), Livingstone Deputy Mayor Fred Sikazwe (middle) and Livingstone District Commissioner Omar Munsanje (right) inspecting the facilities at SWASCO Zambezi River raw water intake in Livingstone
Secretary to Cabinet Roland Msiska (left), Livingstone Deputy Mayor
Fred Sikazwe (middle) and Livingstone District Commissioner Omar
Munsanje (right) inspecting the facilities at SWASCO Zambezi River raw
water intake in Livingstone

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Secretary to Cabinet Roland Msiska (left) and SWASCO managing director Charles Shindaile (on the far right in white shirt) inspecting the recent accident scene in Livingstone where two people died as they were digging trenches for the laying of new pipes.
Secretary to Cabinet Roland Msiska (left) and SWASCO managing
director Charles Shindaile (on the far right in white shirt)
inspecting the recent accident scene in Livingstone where two people
died as they were digging trenches for the laying of new pipes.

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Secretary to Cabinet Roland Msiska testing a fire fighting truck in Livingstone
Secretary to Cabinet Roland Msiska testing a fire fighting truck in
Livingstone

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Livingstone District Commissioner Omar Munsanje (far left), Secretary to Cabinet Roland Msiska, Southern Province Permanent Secretary Margaret Miyoba (in red dress) and Zambia Airforce (ZAF) officials (far right) inspecting the newly upgraded road in Livingstone within ZAF premises
Livingstone District Commissioner Omar Munsanje (far left),
Secretary to Cabinet Roland Msiska, Southern Province Permanent
Secretary Margaret Miyoba (in red dress) and Zambia Airforce (ZAF)
officials (far right) inspecting the newly upgraded road in
Livingstone within ZAF premises

26 COMMENTS

  1. LT, c’mon guys!

    “AGRICULTURE Minister Wilbur Simuusa wearing a hut … at the ZNS show stand in Kitwe” – The Minister is carrying a whole HUT on his head! Wow.

    “TANZANIAN High Commissioner to Zambia Grace Mujuma (left) interacts with Chambishi Metals head for quality assurance Robert Minango with a bold head at the Chamber of Mines stand at the Show ground in Kitwe” – Mr Minango’s head is very courageous!!

    • @ Nathanael, Suntwe, dude and the other one,
      LT was just being sacarstically funny by that statement, try to get their humour sometimes. You guys take things to seriously! If you Look at that Hat you and read that caption again, you will discover that it is some how too large and can be compared to a Hut, the only mistake is that LT should have used Quotation marks!

  2. …Robert Minango with a bold head!!
    LT, somewhere in PRIMARY SCHOOL, we were taught to differentiate things like HAT and HUT, BOLD and BALD, STATIONERY and STATIONARY, etc. Is it too much to ask if I asked you guys to dig up your primary school English books???

    • @Saulosi just tell Pamela that she is “sexy”. Why ukupita mumbali.
      Yes she looks hotty, she looks so sleep-able than marriageable.

    • Ha ha ha don`t put words in my mouth ba Nostradamus.But you are right,she looks very balanced in all the corners.Hot stuff.

  3. Unlike English, which has more than ten vowels, Zambian languages have five vowels.
    Thus, most Zambian speakers of English do not differentiate words like “cup” and “cap’ , “hop’ and “hope”, “sit” and “seat”, “lack” and “luck” , “wonder” and wander”, etc. To them, these words sound the same. Have you ever wondered why you are repeatedly asked this question, “Where are you from?” when you meet an American for the first time?

    • thats why we are advocating for the removal white supremacist languages like french, english, spanish, portuguese from official use in Africa and zambia in particular. We have serious problems to tackle than trying to master a language which has no relation to our culture and heritage. We cant be wasting our time, trying to under or learn the difference in pronunciation of words like “wonder” and “wander” at the expense of building school, hospitals etc.

    • You Two Guys Should join us in the future for nowadays technology is faster than Lightening where by Iphones if you are not fast enoug will automatically post the words you dont intend to, but simmilar to what you typed. Before you critic think out side the box, besides, this is the internet in the 21 first century not a Type writer! Move with Time people.

    • AND EVEN ASKING, “CAN I SHIT HERE”? WHEN ONE MEANT “SIT”! THESE BOYS AND GIRLS FROM CHIPATA ARE WORSE. BY THE WAY, I NEVER KNEW THAT INITIALLY THERE WERE NO WOMEN NGONIS AND THERE SHOULD NOT BE ONE EVEN NOW HERE IN ZAMBIA BECAUSE THESE GUYS WHEN THEY RAN AWAY FROM SHAKA ZULU TO BECOME REFUGEES HERE IN ZAMBIA THEY NEVER CAME WITH WIVES BUT WERE JUST SPREADING SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES ALL OVER!

    • Kateka and kateeka are two different words entirely. I have noted how bloggers call the president a rat. So LT behavior is a national disease…

  4. Picture 11, Pamela Chisanga, the kind of girl i wouldn’t mind hitting the pub with and spending a night out rattling the headboard with!

    • You smoke too much!!
      You already sinned, especially nga bwaima, and worse if you decide to go and kill those unborn in your scrotum.

  5. I like pic 5. This is what we are supposed to be doing. Making or producing thing and not just importing simple things from China. Now govt should impose more tax on imported shoes.

  6. These grammatical errors will worsen, once the young being taught in local languages graduate to become future editors of journals . This is only a tip of the iceberg! Its one step forward, & three steps back.
    Well done P.F.

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