Photo Gallery Week in Pictures (Updated) By Lusaka Times Contributer - June 12, 2015 11 6,175 views FacebookTwitterWhatsAppPrint 1. Is this Child abuse 2 UNIP alive and kicking. 3 Road Pave construction company workers in Solwezi 4 Provincial Veterinary Laboratory taking shape in Solwezi 5 One of the 10 staff houses at Ikelenge Boarding Secondary School under construction 6 President Edgar Lungu meets Luvale-Lunda Chiefs In Zambezi. 8 Lusaka Youth earning a living. 9 Chief Ishima talks to the Lunda Indunas before the meeting with President Edgar Lungu . 10 The Vice President Inonge Wina ,arriving in Western Province 11 Easther Phiri 12 Bangweulu Wetlands Luapula Zambia. 13. Pilato at the police station 14. Zambian teenage boy being harassed by police in Mckinley Texas in a racist incidence 15. Children learning under a tree at Sialwala Primary School located in Sinazongwe,due to lack of classrooms.Courtesy Nyirenda Wrightwel 16. Children learning under a tree at Sialwala Primary School located in Sinazongwe,due to lack of classrooms.Courtesy Nyirenda Wrightwel 17. Children learning under a tree at Sialwala Primary School located in Sinazongwe,due to lack of classrooms.Courtesy Nyirenda Wrightwel 18. Children learning under a tree at Sialwala Primary School located in Sinazongwe,due to lack of classrooms.Courtesy Nyirenda Wrightwel 19. Dilapidated school poster.Courtesy Nyirenda Wrightwel 20. Vice President Inonge Wina (c) with Western Province MinisterPoniso Njeulu (r) and Belgravia Services Limited Site Manager CollinsKipkorir (l) at the construction site of a modern fuel depotinspecting the work progress in Mongu
Where are the pics?
Somebody was sleeping when posting this..
It’s shameful that 50 years after independence we can’t provide decent classrooms for children let alone change posters.I’m sure if Edgar Lungu cancels one of his trips and donates the money, that would have been spent, to this school it would change the lives of those kids.Please for those of us who want to help who should we send the money to?..Problem again is someone will use the money to build himself a house instead of the school. lose-lose situation!!!
Good initiative of learning under a tree instead of bit*ching over lack of classroom. Education can be attained anywhere, it does not have to be inside a building! Fresh air is good for the brain.
In other words, there was zero shít happening this week in Zambia.
i cant see the pictures or am i blind.
Ba LT. I couldn’t care less about your lack of command of English. Some are good at English and some are not, it doesn’t matter but what I do find offensive are some of the captions you have put on the pictures above.
The Lunda chief in Picture 9 really knows how to combine colours in his dressing. He looks like a leopard!
LT HAD BETTER SHOWED US THE NEW LUSAKA NATIONAL PARK PICTURES WHICH WOULD HAVE EVEN ADVERTISED ZAMBIA TO INTERNATIONAL TOURIST. BUT THEY DECIDED TO SHOW US JUST EDGAR LUNGU. AS IF HE WAS THE MAIN ANIMAL IN THE PARK.
“One of the 10 staff houses at Ikelenge Boarding Secondary School under construction”
THIS PICTURE TALKS A LOT ABOUT BUILDING STANDARDS IN ZAMBIA. THE HOUSE RIGHT FROM THE GROUND LOOKS LIKE IT IS DONE BY SOMEONE WHO HAS NEVER BRICK-LAYED BEFORE AND IS JUST STARTED LEARNING BRICK LAYING. AND SOMEONE CALLED ARCHITEC WHO IS SUPERVISING THE BUILDING OF THIS HOUSE HAS EVEN PASSED IT TO THIS LEVEL. PA ZAMBIA PALIBA AMA JOKES SANA. I HAVE SEEN THE KIND OF BRICK LAYING HERE, BOTSWANA AND ELSEWHERE WHICH LOOK LIKE THEY ARE NOT INTENDING TO PLASTER THE HOUSE AND YET IT WILL BE PLASTERED. AND NO ONE COMPLAINED ABOUT THIS MESS OF A JOB AND THE CONTRACTOR WILL BE PAID MONEY! WHAT A SHAME!
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