Sunday, February 25, 2024

Weekend in Pictures

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Cant wait to see how this comes out !!! mini morris on the mend

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PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu greets party members using the Patriotic Front (PF) symbol upon arrival at the 58th Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe.
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu greets party members using the Patriotic Front (PF) symbol upon arrival at the 58th Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe.

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Some ambitious Garage in Lusaka trying to bring back the Mini Morris to its feet or rather wheels

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PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu takes time to greet school children at the Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe.
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu takes time to greet school children at the Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe.

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NGONI warriors dancers entertain show goers in the main arena at the Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe.
NGONI warriors dancers entertain show goers in the main arena at the Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe.

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MMD  Sinda MP Levy Ngoma (left), HH and Mkaika MP Peter Phiri and HH at chief Kathumbi ' s palace
MMD Sinda MP Levy Ngoma (left), HH and Mkaika MP Peter Phiri and HH at chief Kathumbi ‘ s palace

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First Lady Esther Lungu during the Church service at Nakonde  Central  UCZ  Congregation on May 31,205 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu during the Church service at Nakonde Central UCZ
Congregation on May 31,205 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu during the Church service at Nakonde  Central  UCZ  Congregation on May 31,205 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu during the Church service at Nakonde Central UCZ
Congregation on May 31,205 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu during the Church service at Nakonde  Central  UCZ  Congregation on May 31,205 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu during the Church service at Nakonde Central UCZ
Congregation on May 31,205 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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PART of the crowd that thronged the just-ended 57th Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe. Picture by MOFFAT CHAZINGWA.
PART of the crowd that thronged the just-ended 57th
Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe. Picture
by MOFFAT CHAZINGWA.

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PART of the crowd that thronged the just-ended 57th Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe. Picture by MOFFAT CHAZINGWA.
PART of the crowd that thronged the just-ended 57th
Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show in Kitwe. Picture
by MOFFAT CHAZINGWA.

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On the move, some PF, MMD and NAREP members moving to UPND over the weekend
On the move, some PF, MMD and NAREP members moving to UPND over the weekend

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Hon. Miles Sampa addressing ACP Council of Ministers  in Brussels
Brussels, 31st May 2015 – Commerce, Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Miles Sampa says Zambia will not follow blindly when signing agreements with international partners. Click on Picture to read story.

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Driving Down Siavonga, some village before N’gombe ilede

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Our Beautiful Zambia, Lake Kariba

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The Victoria Falls, a bit worried that the water is drying up even before October low water fall

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The Victoria Falls, a bit worried that the water is drying up even before october low water fall

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Chisekesi Town even after 50 years of independence, this southern Province Town still looks the same

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Church in Chisekesi along the Livingstone Road

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Chisekesi Town even after 50 years of independence, this southern Province Town still looks the same

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Kariba Dam

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The Mighty Zambezi River Flowing down to the Indian Ocean

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The Mighty Zambezi River Flowing down to the Indian Ocean

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The Mighty Zambezi River Flowing down to the Indian Ocean

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Clean Livingstone Town

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Well is it my eyes, i seem to see water leaks on the wall of the Kariba Dam

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Livingstone Town, How i wish this place could be called something like Mosi-O-Tunya Town….

12 COMMENTS

    • I think I would rather look at more serious issues sighted than admire an old woman like the obviously leaking Kariba Dam wall and issue of worker working without any safety gear like glasses when welding. The Tax payers will be paying the cost of his blindness surely in a few years. It all starts small than its unmanageable within a flash. Mark my words the world biggest dam at one point in time will collapse with these governments we are having. God bless those down stream. Am now investing in a time lapse camera to catch that moment.
      Regards

    • @CatPower kekekekeke your analysis as if you are a PF minister? how can you combine Lungu’s elder wife, with leaking dams and welding without safety glasses? That is total chaos or is it the chaotically Zambia!!??
      By-the-way, you as a mecanical engineer should admire how skillful Zambian mechanics are, welding as if he is sewing, what are goggles for?

    • Iwe Mr. Soko, where is the 1st Lady’s simplicity? Is it in her dress or is reading the Bible the same as simplicity? Is it her ugliness that makes her simple? How do you define simplicity anyway? All the same thanks LT for the wonderful pics. Zambia is indeed beautiful.

  1. What went wrong for Zambia to elect that guy as president? He looks drunk to me, how can a married president greet single women like that? A fist-bap, ba president or we mwamwaume naba mukabene, unless you drunk something close to kachasu, atleast Mosi ilashamo amano.

  2. LT editor – Do your homework by researching information before posting and commenting. The car shown is not a Morris Minor. It is a 1970 Fiat 500. You need to be professional by researching and verifying the information you provide to your readers. Don’t keep showing us your ignorance.

    • Journalists in Zambia are too uneducated and hungry to bother with the veracity of their stories and interpretations. They are always “out for lunch”.

  3. Pic 1&3 is what govt should support the person behind it. Zambia with all the copper should have had a local car that is adapted to our local road conditions. Let us support this chap and modify it and maybe we cam call it zam mini morris. pic 10 & 11, dirty as usual in Zambia. Pics of 18-20 is typcal of Zambia as a whole. Maybe Zambia will now be better and KK’s blessings. pics 25 & 27 brings hope of how a dirty Zambia can be transformed. But we still need to keep the name Livingstone & maintain our Mosi-Otunya park. We have name changes with no significance. Look at Ndola airport as an example. For our vic falls, we need planners who can build dams to catch excess water during rain season which can be released over the falls during dry season. let us ask Australians for help

  4. I wish to know the wife of HH. I have never seem them together in pictures. If anyone can post one or more. It is important to know the wives our leaders.

  5. Call it Mosi O tunya or Tunya Mosi, it will not improve the conditions of the town, how I wish that we focused on the substance that will improve the lives of people than the nonsense of name change.

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