Pictures this Week

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FOREIGN Affairs Minister, Mr. Harry Kalaba (left) with Tourism and Arts Minister, Ms. Jean Kapata arrive to see Archbishop Mpundu at Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg on 22nd July, 2015
FOREIGN Affairs Minister, Mr. Harry Kalaba (left) with Tourism and Arts Minister, Ms. Jean Kapata arrive to see Archbishop Mpundu at Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg on 22nd July, 2015

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L-R - FOREIGN Affairs Minister, Mr. Harry Kalaba, Tourism and Arts Minister, Ms. Jean Kapata, and out-going Zambia's High Commissioner to South Africa, His Excellency Mr. Muyeba Chikonde during the visit to see Archbishop Mpundu at Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg on 22nd July, 2015
L-R – FOREIGN Affairs Minister, Mr. Harry Kalaba, Tourism and Arts Minister, Ms. Jean Kapata, and out-going Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa, His Excellency Mr. Muyeba Chikonde during the visit to see Archbishop Mpundu at Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg on 22nd July, 2015

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Heriot properties Limited has contracted Thor Development properties to construct Solwezi City shopping Mall  at a total cost of US 25million and the project is expected to be completed in June, 2016. Above, North-Western province minister Dawson Kafwaya (second left) and Heriot properties Director Steven Herrings and chief Mulonga (l) during the ground breaking ceremony on  Wednesday in Solwezi.
Heriot properties Limited has contracted Thor
Development properties to construct Solwezi City shopping Mall at a
total cost of US 25million and the project is expected to be completed
in June, 2016. Above, North-Western province minister Dawson Kafwaya
(second left) and Heriot properties Director Steven Herrings and chief
Mulonga (l) during the ground breaking ceremony on Wednesday in
Solwezi.

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A trader at Serenje Market lures customers to buy his water melons
A trader at Serenje Market lures customers to buy his water melons

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Lumwana Radiants Saluting the fans
Lumwana Radiants Saluting the fans

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Lumwana Radiants - after a game
Lumwana Radiants – after a game

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Assistant Coach George Chilufya  gives a halftime talk to the Radiants
Assistant Coach George Chilufya gives a halftime talk to the Radiants

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MARY Munthali, mother to late Abel Munthali who is one of the deceased miners, breaks down while being consoled by acting President Inonge Wina
MARY Munthali, mother to late Abel Munthali who is one of the deceased miners, breaks down while being consoled by acting President Inonge Wina

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Ugandan Culture Dancers
Ugandan Culture Dancers

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Ugandan Defence Forces Guard of honour at Entebbe Statehouse
Ugandan Defence Forces Guard of honour at Entebbe Statehouse

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President Edgar Lungu with  Ms Jean Kapata and Emmanuel Chenda  and Mr Harry Kalaba at the Bilateral Talks with President Yoweri Museveni Degation at Serina Hotel in Kampala on Friday - Picture  by Eddie Mwanaleza /statehouse.
President Edgar Lungu with Ms Jean Kapata and Emmanuel Chenda and Mr Harry Kalaba at the Bilateral Talks with President Yoweri Museveni Degation at Serina Hotel in Kampala on Friday – Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza /statehouse.

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President Yoweri Museveni at Peach at State Banquet at Entebbe
President Yoweri Museveni  at State Banquet at Entebbe

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President Yoweri Museveni at Entebbe Statehouse
President Yoweri Museveni at Entebbe Statehouse

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President Lungu gives a speech during the dinner at Entebbe statehouse
President Lungu gives a speech during the dinner at Entebbe statehouse

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President Edgar Lungu with  President Yoweri Museveni   during the Bilateral Talks with President Yoweri Museveni  at Serina Hotel in Kampala on Friday - Picture  by Eddie Mwanaleza /statehouse.
President Edgar Lungu with President Yoweri Museveni during the Bilateral Talks with President Yoweri Museveni at Serina Hotel in Kampala on Friday – Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza /statehouse.

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President Museveni with President Lungu at Entebbe Statehouse
President Museveni with President Lungu at Entebbe Statehouse

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President Lungu with President Museveni at Entebbe Statehouse
President Lungu with President Museveni at Entebbe Statehouse

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President Lungu with President Museveni at Entebbe Statehouse
President Lungu with President Museveni at Entebbe Statehouse

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President Lungu with President Museveni at  Entebbe statehouse
President Lungu with President Museveni at Entebbe statehouse

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President Edgar Lungu with  President Yoweri Museveni arrive  at the Bilateral Talks with President Yoweri Museveni Degation at Serina Hotel in Kampala on Friday - Picture  by Eddie Mwanaleza /statehouse.
President Edgar Lungu with President Yoweri Museveni arrive at the Bilateral Talks with President Yoweri Museveni at Serina Hotel in Kampala – Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza /statehouse.

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President Lungu with Museveni at Entebbe Statehouse
President Lungu with Museveni at Entebbe Statehouse

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President Lungu meets Mama Mirria Obete at Entebbe Statehouse
President Lungu meets Mama Mirria Obete at Entebbe Statehouse

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President Edgar Lungu with President Yoweri Museveni at a state dinner at Entebe Statehouse
President Edgar Lungu with President Yoweri Museveni at a state dinner at Entebe Statehouse

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President Edgar Lungu with President Yoweri Museveni  at State Banquet
President Edgar Lungu with President Yoweri Museveni at State Banquet

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Museveni addresses  Dinner guests at Entebbe statehouse
Museveni addresses Dinner guests at Entebbe statehouse

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Mrs Mirria Obote with her Son Jimmy Akena
Mrs Mirria Obote with her Son Jimmy Akena

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Emmanuel Chenda with Mr Jimmy Akena Dr Obote Son at Entebbe Statehouse Banquet
Emmanuel Chenda with Mr Jimmy Akena Dr Obote Son at Entebbe Statehouse Banquet
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23 COMMENTS

  1. Good to see Emmanuel Chenda, the original PF founders. I respect that man, I always wonder why Sata didn’t leave him with instruments of power. What position did opposition leader Edgar give to Chenda?

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    • Chenda should be brought back. in politics it normal to belong to this or that camp. After election you reconcile and work together for the benefit of the nationals .

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    • @ #1 Nostradumas,

      FYI Both Parents of Chenda like Masebo, are Zimbabweans Gobas while GBM is born of a South African mother and Bemba (Chief Mwamba) father. Constitutionally even if by miracle they had leadership qualities which they don’t, they cannot be Presidents of Zambia.

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    • Bishop Mpundu, a man of God seeking medical treatment outside the country on church dime. When preachers to trust in God’s healing, what about the rest of us? Am withholding my tithe.

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    • Mutachile – It is up to Chenda to reconcile and rally behind Edgar. He betrayed Edgar and needs to demonstrate allegiance. Besides, these guys do not seem to have any sway in their regions – he has to show value. It seems reality is sinking in and Edgar has his arms open. Really good.

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    • Good to see Mama Maria Obote and Jimmy – they lived in Lusaka for many years when KK granted asylum to Dr Milton Obote. Jimmy was a well-liked Lusaka resident! All the best in their new lives back home in Uganda.

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    • @Mwansa: Chenda is NOT, and I repeat, NOT, Ila name alone. I have ancestral relatives with by that name. And we are NOWHERE NEAR Ila origins.

      This is exactly the problem you run into if you try to categorize individuals by their last names in Zambia—it doesn’t always work, and it is just silly!!!

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  2. Jean Kapata, so that’s the woman who wants our lions free for killing? And she is still tourism minister?

    Pic #4 nomba ama water melon ku bika mukasuba? Elo panshi? Surely can’t find a simple shelf and place them under a shelter? Learn how to be hygienic and attract customers.

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  3. @mwansa.chenda is a Goba from chieftainess chiawa,maybe bcz of being a minority tribe thats why sata didnt leave I of P.

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  4. Nubian Princess,

    KIKIKIKIKIKIKIKIKIKKKKIIIII

    The Bible states or commands us to “Do what they say and not what they do”. So my brother do not deny the church your Tithe. Ubo bupe bwakwa Lesa (Offering).

    Thanx

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  5. Ni State House iyi! Makes Nkwazi house look like a medical facility. Dictor misusing money on personal comfort; no wonder he does not want to leave the seat! Shame!

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  6. ka Lungu,,, canoodling with a dictator like Museveni whose only legacy is fueling endless proxy wars all over his region.

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  7. This proxy president just like his “real ” president pulling strings from behind RB, ukuseya nokupula ubwali kwabene (gallivanting & eating meals in other people’s homes). Muletusebanya bane, kwati ni chi Mugabe bu chende eende. Bad habits for any well groomed person! Yabaa!

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  8. This fascination of Dictators by Lungu is very very very worrying especially after his failed ‘mini’ 3rd term:

    a) Mugabe

    b) Dos Santos

    c) Museveni

    d) Chinese PM

    e) Next stop is Pyongyang to learn from Kim Jong-Un who killed his uncle for dozing during his meeting.

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    • @ Maria-Anne

      I tend to disagree with you on point D. China is a communist country, with what many would now argue contemporary Neo-liberalistic characteristics!!

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    • Dictators come and go! Uganda, Zimbabwe, Angola, and China are here to stay. So we better start building bridges now for the sake of our children. Zimbabwe is only across the river, and we share hundreds (if not thousands) of border miles with Angola. Yes, America and Europe can afford to live in conflict with these countries because they are thousands of miles away. But we are NOT.

      The turmoil (political or otherwise) in these countries have a direct effect on our country. So we cannot afford to simply ignore them just so we please Western media propagandists.

      By the way, do you realise that the biggest investors in countries like Angola are Americans and Europeans? If Zim had oil you can be sure Mugabe would be dining with Obama. Just look at Saudi Arabia and the West.

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