The Week in Pictures

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Rolling black outs of up to 8hrs in duration continue to plague Zambian
Rolling black outs of up to 8hrs in duration continue to plague Zambian

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CBU students leave campus after government closed it indefinately
CBU students leave campus after government closed it indefinately

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UPND president Hakainde Hichilema interacts with women in Kabuta village,Luapula province
UPND president Hakainde Hichilema interacts with women in Kabuta village,Luapula province

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Malawi Police escorting Malawi's Vice-President Saulos Klaus Chilima's motorcade during Malawi's 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Malawi Police escorting Malawi’s Vice-President Saulos Klaus Chilima’s motorcade during Malawi’s 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Malawi Police displays  their acrobatic skills during th 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Malawi Police displays their acrobatic skills during th 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Malawi Police displays  their acrobatic skills during th 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Malawi Police displays their acrobatic skills during th 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Malawi Police displays  their acrobatic skills during th 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Malawi Police displays their acrobatic skills during th 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Malawi Police displays  their acrobatic skills during th 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Malawi Police displays their acrobatic skills during th 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu speaks with Malawi's Finance minister Goodall Gondwe during Malawi's 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu speaks with Malawi’s Finance minister Goodall Gondwe during Malawi’s 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Malawi Defence Force personnel during Malawi's 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Malawi Defence Force personnel during Malawi’s 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Lungu talks to Kenya's deputy President William Ruto during Malawi's 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu talks to Kenya’s deputy President William Ruto during Malawi’s 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Lungu and Kenya's deputy President William Ruto during Malawi's 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu and Kenya’s deputy President William Ruto during Malawi’s 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu, President Edgar Lungu , Malawi's President Peter Mutharika and Malawi First Lady during Malawi's 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu, President Edgar Lungu , Malawi’s President Peter Mutharika and Malawi First Lady during Malawi’s 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Lungu with his Malawian Counterpart Prof Peter Mutharika on arrival at Kamuzu Stadium for Malawi's 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu with his Malawian Counterpart Prof Peter Mutharika on arrival at Kamuzu Stadium for Malawi’s 51st Independence Celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on July 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Lewanika General Hospital Superintendent Dr. Mapani Mutanga (l) leads First Lady Esther Lungu (c) and Mongu Central MP Nathanael Mubukwanu (r) through the tour of the hospital during the commissioning of a relatives’ shelter constructed with the support of the Ministers’ Wives Club in Mongu
Lewanika General Hospital Superintendent Dr. Mapani Mutanga (l) leads First Lady Esther Lungu (c) and Mongu Central MP Nathanael Mubukwanu (r) through the tour of the hospital during the commissioning of a relatives’ shelter constructed with the support of the Ministers’ Wives Club in Mongu

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First Lady Esther Lungu (c) seeing a child patient as Western Province Medical Officer Dr. Andrew Silumesii (l) looks on at Lewanika General Hospital during the commissioning of a relatives’ shelter constructed with the support of the Ministers’ Wives Club in Mongu
First Lady Esther Lungu (c) seeing a child patient as Western Province Medical Officer Dr. Andrew Silumesii (l) looks on at Lewanika General Hospital during the commissioning of a relatives’ shelter constructed with the support of the Ministers’ Wives Club in Mongu

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First Lady Esther Lungu visits a child who has been burnt at Lewanika General Hospital during the commissioning of a relatives’ shelter constructed with the support of the Ministers’ Wives Club in Mongu
First Lady Esther Lungu visits a child who has been burnt at Lewanika General Hospital during the commissioning of a relatives’ shelter constructed with the support of the Ministers’ Wives Club in Mongu

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First Lady Esther Lungu (c) joins Lewanika School of Nursing Students in singing during the commissioning of a relatives’ shelter constructed with the support of the Ministers’ Wives Club in Mongu
First Lady Esther Lungu (c) joins Lewanika School of Nursing Students in singing during the commissioning of a relatives’ shelter constructed with the support of the Ministers’ Wives Club in Mongu

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First Lady Esther Lungu (c) cuts the ribbon to officially open a new Lewanika General Hospital Relatives’ Shelter constructed with the support of the Ministers’ Wives Club in Mongu
First Lady Esther Lungu (c) cuts the ribbon to officially open a new Lewanika General Hospital Relatives’ Shelter constructed with the support of the Ministers’ Wives Club in Mongu

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First Lady Esther Lungu (c) unveils the plaque to officially open a new Lewanika General Hospital Relatives’ Shelter constructed with the support of the Ministers’ Wives Club in Mongu
First Lady Esther Lungu (c) unveils the plaque to officially open a new Lewanika General Hospital Relatives’ Shelter constructed with the support of the Ministers’ Wives Club in Mongu

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President Edgar Lungu receives a Key of Freedom from Mayor of Blantyre Noel Chalamanda at Civic Centre where he was granted the freedom of the City Status in Malawi on july 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu receives a Key of Freedom from Mayor of Blantyre Noel Chalamanda at Civic Centre where he was granted the freedom of the City Status in Malawi on july 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Edgar Lungu  bids farewell to Zambia's deputy Ambassador to Malawi Henry Ngilazi   at Chileka International Airport in Blantyre where the Head of State graced Malawi's 51st Independence Celebrations. This was shortly  before his departure for Lusaka on July 7,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu bids farewell to Zambia’s deputy Ambassador to Malawi Henry Ngilazi at Chileka International Airport in Blantyre where the Head of State graced Malawi’s 51st Independence Celebrations. This was shortly before his departure for Lusaka on July 7,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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A BRIDGE under construction by Jonda along Masumba-Msoro road.This was during a tour of Malambo Member of Parliament Jacob Shuma on monday  in Mambwe District
A BRIDGE under construction by Jonda along Masumba-Msoro road.This was during a tour of Malambo Member of Parliament Jacob Shuma on monday in Mambwe District

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A BRIDGE under construction by Jonda along Masumba-Msoro road.This was during a tour of Malambo Member of Parliament Jacob Shuma on monday  in Mambwe District
A BRIDGE under construction by Jonda along Masumba-Msoro road.This was during a tour of Malambo Member of Parliament Jacob Shuma on monday in Mambwe District

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A BRIDGE under construction by Jonda along Masumba-Msoro road.This was during a tour of Malambo Member of Parliament Jacob Shuma on monday  in Mambwe District
A BRIDGE under construction by Jonda along Masumba-Msoro road.This was during a tour of Malambo Member of Parliament Jacob Shuma on monday in Mambwe District

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President Edgar Lungu being entertained by Traditional dancers  at Chileka International Airport in Blantyre where he graced Malawi's 51st Independence Celebrations. This was shortly  before his departure for Lusaka on July 7,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu being entertained by Traditional dancers at Chileka International Airport in Blantyre where he graced Malawi’s 51st Independence Celebrations. This was shortly before his departure for Lusaka on July 7,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Edgar Lungu being entertained by Traditional dancers  at Chileka International Airport in Blantyre where he graced Malawi's 51st Independence Celebrations. This was shortly  before his departure for Lusaka on July 7,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu being entertained by Traditional dancers at Chileka International Airport in Blantyre where he graced Malawi’s 51st Independence Celebrations. This was shortly before his departure for Lusaka on July 7,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Edgar Lungu being entertained by Traditional dancers  at Chileka International Airport in Blantyre where he graced Malawi's 51st Independence Celebrations. This was shortly  before his departure for Lusaka on July 7,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu being entertained by Traditional dancers at Chileka International Airport in Blantyre where he graced Malawi’s 51st Independence Celebrations. This was shortly before his departure for Lusaka on July 7,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Edgar Lungu being entertained by Traditional dancers  at Chileka International Airport in Blantyre where he graced Malawi's 51st Independence Celebrations. This was shortly  before his departure for Lusaka on July 7,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu being entertained by Traditional dancers at Chileka International Airport in Blantyre where he graced Malawi’s 51st Independence Celebrations. This was shortly before his departure for Lusaka on July 7,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
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34 COMMENTS

  1. Taking pictures when the economy suffers? You the media have a responsibility to highlight the plight of the people.

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    • Kabiye uko! You just want them to report on the negatives all
      The time. Silu iwe! Chi UPND cadre! Theyve reported on Electricity issue with the very first picture, cant you see CBU students leaving the school…arent those problems we are facing?? Shut up tribalist party member!!

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    • Judging by the comments here, Zambia will remain third world forever. You are all miserable and very dull people who have no idea what innovation, strategic planning or common sense is.

      Keep on passing your grade 2 comments while the world moves on and progresses.

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    • God is great, he is not crazy!! Look how Ba Ester Lungu bawama… nomba ni bana Musala Pakunyata!!

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    • Why should they not take pictures? you are just jealousy and you wish it was your HH loser in the pictures as President.

      The humble are lifted the haughty and proud brought down. These are simple life lessons.

      The harder HH tries, the harder he fails.

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  2. African despots, driving mercs while the rest of the citizens are wallowing in never ending poverty! How despiccable!

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    • But ku Malawi ni bakamushi heeeeh, even Edgar had to shine there?? If we took our Libongani’s ZP to those jumping ring of fire like grade 4s, they can be kicked their asses!! Ask UPND how they get smacked by ZP.

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    • Nostradamus you may call the Malawians “bakamushi” but their literacy level far outstrips Zambia’s let alone their development index! See the female police officer picture 4 with secret service gadget to her head and armor! Rural Malawi villages have infrastructure incomparable to the squalor one encounters in Zambia. I guess its because they started on a right footing with a very educated though despot president who invested in education such that quality leadership continues to be respected. What do we have in Zambia? Cadre leadership and abhorrence of the educated! Be reminded of Edward Shamwana SC (MHSRIP) when he suggested upping the educational level by a bare minimum at the time of those intending to join the house. He was nearly crucified now we are reaping the short…

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    • Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari just cancelled an order for a brand-new fleet of armored mercs for him by the federal government…do you think our weak lazy leader like the bum Edgar in Statehouse can do that?

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    • EL has not even attempted to order such vehicles nor has the government. So you question lacks merit. Can you predict how many time you will go the toilet today. If you cannot, no one has answers to you question. The best will be for you to relay on fact and think in flux. You can surely do better than that. Is EL weak? What is your definition of the term “weakness”? The we can proceed with your question.

      Good day.

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    • Weakness is retaining the selfsame finance minister even when it is evidently clear he has lamentably failed, weakness having no spine to face the media via a press conference, weakness is watch as your party officals make tribal utterances in your presence…I can carry on with examples and would run out of space.

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    • No he has not ordered any Mercedes but he had okayed procuring govt Vehicles for whooping $200m, okayed wasting huge sums of money on the former first lady’s accommodation, wasting $192m on cheap Chinese equipment…the list goes on.

      Wake up from your folly cadre!!

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  3. Ba Lusaka Times, please avoid publishing pictures of the drunkard man whose main duty thinks is that of Global Trotting.

    The HIV infected Chibuku Man wants to divide Zambia before he dies next year. Instead of having Davies Chama arrested for attempted murdure and tribal remarks, the Chibuku Man threatens chiefs.

    I would mind if he can die today to resecue Zambia from division because of the poor leardership of the HIV Man.

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    • MEANT TO SAY:

      I would mind if he can die today to rescue Zambia from division because of the poor leadership of the HIV Man.

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    • STUP1D TONGA DOG!! HH THE SATANIST WILL NOT SUCK EDGARS BLOOD MWEMBWA MWE!! FORGOT ABOUT ASCENDING TO POWER!!! LUSAKA TIMES DONT DELETE MY COMMENTS! We equally have the right to respond to
      Attacks against our leader

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  4. Imwe ba LUSAKATIMES THE WORD TR1BALIST IS NOW AN INSULT?? Why are you censoring it?? Too
    Much effort on your part in trying to
    Defend the UPND TR1BALIST GROUPING. Dont delete my
    Comment!!

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  5. We have had no lights on tuesday from 14hrs to 2230hrs,thursday from 8hs to 12hrs, from 14hrs to 2230hrs today friday from 08hrs to 1430hrs.No loadshedding schedule for us to prepare and yet hes there galivanting evrywhere.Awe mwandi God save Zambia.

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  6. The pictures are okay.They are telling us EL’s priorities glob trotting when theres chaos in the nation and hes not even concerned.

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  7. Breaking News:
    A vision that was shown to one of the renowned named Prophets in the world concerning the Zambia’s Presidents in 150 years.

    A. Kenneth David Kaunda 1964 – 1991

    B. Fredrick Tatus Mpuundu Chiluba: 1991 – 2001

    C. Levy Patrick Mwanawasa: 2001 – 2008

    D. Rupiah Bwezani Banda: 2008 – 2011

    E. Micheal Chilufya Sata: 2011 – 2014

    F. Edgar Chagwa Lungu: 2015 – 2016

    G. Hakainde Hichilema: 2016 – 2026.

    H. Maureen Kakubo Mwanawasa: 2026 – 2036

    I. Dr. Christine Kaseba Sata: 2036 – 2046

    J. Felix Mutale Mutati: 2046 – 2056

    K. Sikota Mundia: 2056 – 2061

    L. Pascalinah Lubinda: 2061- 2066

    M. Hakainde Hichilema Junior: 2066 – 2076

    N. Paul Limata Limata: 2076 – 2086

    O. David Kyawama: 2086 – 2091

    P. Osard David Habanyama: 2091 – 3000.

    Q. Mable…

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    • Contunation:

      Q. Mable Halushomo Mweemba: 3000 – 3010

      R. David Halushomo: 3010 – 3020 .

      Let the one with eyes see and with ears hear.

      This prophecy will really come to pass. People of Zambia will forever remain united and Zambia shall one day become the supper power of the world. May God bless Zambia and its people.

      Zambia shall forever be a Cristian Nation.

      Therefore people advocating for secession will not succeed. Zambia will remain a unitary state. God is in control.

      Note: Some of the Presidents to be are not yet born while some are still in Grade One.

      GOD BLESS YOU ALL.

      AMEN AND AMEN.

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    • This man can day dream.The writer will never reach there and UPND will be non functional after 2016
      Good bye UPND

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    • AAAAA,…..but did you double check the source of this vision?

      According to great Christian folklore tellers….it is recommended you give the ‘sign of the fig’ to whomever presents this data! Mischievous spirits will like it!

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  8. There is everyone… he is dancing on a foreign airport tarmac again the visionless Lazy bum Lungu….absolutely no shame whatsoever… meanwhile back home the economy is going down whilst the country he is visiting their economy is on the up because it is prudently managed. Its also important to note that at the moment Malawi only solely depends on Agriculture where as Zambia which is 10 times bigger has nothing to show.

    Their soldiers are also brandishing what looks like the latest AR15s where as we are stuck with 1960s AK47s…truly laughable.

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  9. It would appear he was the only head of state there. Meaningless travel to a beggers country with no regard to the costs and the suffering poor back home. What a mistake of a president.

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  10. Pics 16, 17 are lovely. Especially the compassionate, caring faces of the adults over the little boy in 16! Our First Lady looks lovely. Great picture composition.

    17 is the sweetest smiling face of courage. Aaaw, God Bless!

    26&28 is like His Excellency is doing a Robotic dance routine from the handpositionings!!

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  11. Pic #11 Lungu is telling Kenya’s deputy president Ruto “behold I saw a PF ghost holding Mosi lager and i wanted to grab it”

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  12. @ Fake Pastor Richard. If your nonsense is anything to go by, after 2091, after 10 years, we go to 2101 and not 3000. You have added 900 years. Spend your free time learning simple arithmetic and learning the calendar instead of thinking and writing a whole lengthy nonsense. Simple logic shows a grade three pupil can do better in maths than you. Pathetic! No wonder the title (fake) pastor.

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