The Week in Pictures

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United Party for National Development (UPND) President does the Ila warrior dance as a sign of mourning during the burial of late Bweengwa Central Ward Councilor Mr. Gladson Maungila in Bweengwa
United Party for National Development (UPND) President does the Ila warrior dance as a sign of mourning during the burial of late Bweengwa Central Ward Councilor Mr. Gladson Maungila in Bweengwa

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United Party for National Development (UPND) President Mr. Hakainde Hichilema pays his last respects to late Bweengwa Central ward Councilor Mr. Gladson Maungila. The late Civic leader who was also Local Government Association of Zambia Provincial Vice chairperson died on 29th August, 2015.
United Party for National Development (UPND) President Mr. Hakainde Hichilema pays his last respects to late Bweengwa Central ward Councilor Mr. Gladson Maungila. The late Civic leader who was also Local Government Association of Zambia Provincial Vice chairperson died on 29th August, 2015.

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Monze District Commissioner Mr. Cyprian Hamanyanga pays his last respects to late Bweengwa Central ward Councilor Mr. Gladson Maungila during burial
Monze District Commissioner Mr. Cyprian Hamanyanga pays his last respects to late Bweengwa Central ward Councilor Mr. Gladson Maungila during burial

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UPND cadres carry the body of late Bweengwa Central ward Councilor who died on Saturday during burial in Bweengwa
UPND cadres carry the body of late Bweengwa Central ward Councilor who died on Saturday during burial in Bweengwa

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Chief Mukubwe of the Lenje speaking people of Ngabwe District (second from left) with his Headmen following proceedings of the installation of Chief Ngabwe VI at Wikishi in Ngabwe District.
Chief Mukubwe of the Lenje speaking people of Ngabwe District (second from left) with his Headmen following proceedings of the installation of Chief Ngabwe VI at Wikishi in Ngabwe District.

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Chiefs and Traditional Affairs Deputy Minister John Kufuna (Middle) congratulates Chief Ngabwe VI (right) after his coronation as Kapiri Mposhi MP Eddie Musonda looks on.
Chiefs and Traditional Affairs Deputy Minister John Kufuna (Middle) congratulates Chief Ngabwe VI (right) after his coronation as Kapiri Mposhi MP Eddie Musonda looks on.

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 (L to R) Kapiri Mposhi MP Eddie Musonda,Chiefs and Traditional Affairs Deputy Minister John Kufuna and Copperbelt Permanent Secretary Reverend Howard Sikwela paying homage to newly installed Chief Ngabwe VI
(L to R) Kapiri Mposhi MP Eddie Musonda,Chiefs and Traditional Affairs Deputy Minister John Kufuna and Copperbelt Permanent Secretary Reverend Howard Sikwela paying homage to newly installed Chief Ngabwe VI

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Chief Ngabwe VI (Middle) dances with his wife (left) during his installation
President Lungu’s daughter greets a child of Musa village in Kasama where she was in the entourage of UNICEF who were touring projects in the area.
President Lungu’s daughter greets a child of Musa village in Kasama where she was in the entourage of UNICEF who were touring projects in the area.

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President Lungu’s daughter, Tasila mingles with children of Nkole Mfumu Chiefdom in Kasama when she visited the area.
President Lungu’s daughter, Tasila mingles with children of Nkole Mfumu Chiefdom in Kasama when she visited the area.

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President Lungu’s daughter, Tasila mingles with children of Nkole Mfumu Chiefdom in Kasama when she visited the area.
President Lungu’s daughter, Tasila mingles with children of Nkole Mfumu Chiefdom in Kasama when she visited the area.

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President Lungu’s daughter, Tasila mingles with children of Nkole Mfumu Chiefdom in Kasama when she visited the area.
President Lungu’s daughter, Tasila mingles with children of Nkole Mfumu Chiefdom in Kasama when she visited the area.
Tourism and Arts Minister Jean Kapata (right) presents tourism materials and books to Zambia's High Commissioner to Malawi Salome Mwananshiku at the Chancery in Lilongwe
Tourism and Arts Minister Jean Kapata (right) presents tourism materials and books to Zambia’s High Commissioner to Malawi Salome Mwananshiku at the Chancery in Lilongwe

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Local government minister Dr John Phiri follows a discussion at one of the largest recycling companies in Sweden that employs 700 workers, IL Recycling with Zambia's Deputy Ambassador to Sweden Anthony Mukwita.
Local government minister Dr John Phiri follows a discussion at one of the largest recycling companies in Sweden that employs 700 workers, IL Recycling with Zambia’s Deputy Ambassador to Sweden Anthony Mukwita.

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The 28th of August 2015 marked the Zambia National Day at EXPO Milan (the Universal Exposition held every five years worldwide and currently running until the end of October).
The 28th of August 2015 marked the Zambia National Day at EXPO Milan (the Universal Exposition held every five years worldwide and currently running until the end of October).

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 Minister of Health Hon. Joseph Kasonde accompanied by Vice Minister of Commerce, Trade and Industry, Hon. Miles Sampa
Minister of Health Hon. Joseph Kasonde accompanied by Vice Minister of Commerce, Trade and Industry, Hon. Miles Sampa

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The 28th of August 2015 marked the Zambia National Day at EXPO Milan (the Universal Exposition held every five years worldwide and currently running until the end of October).
The 28th of August 2015 marked the Zambia National Day at EXPO Milan (the Universal Exposition held every five years worldwide and currently running until the end of October).

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 Minister of Health Hon. Joseph Kasonde accompanied by Vice Minister of Commerce, Trade and Industry, Hon. Miles Sampa
Minister of Health Hon. Joseph Kasonde accompanied by Vice Minister of Commerce, Trade and Industry, Hon. Miles Sampa

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Acting Mbala District Administratice Officer, Fredrick Chilambwe officiating at the Stakeholders' Participatory Performance Review and Reflection meeting for Action Aid at Tutenzi Lodge in Mbala
Acting Mbala District Administratice Officer, Fredrick Chilambwe officiating at the Stakeholders’ Participatory Performance Review and Reflection meeting for Action Aid at Tutenzi Lodge in Mbala

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Acting Mbala District Administratice Officer, Fredrick Chilambwe officiating at the Stakeholders' Participatory Performance Review and Reflection meeting for Action Aid at Tutenzi Lodge in Mbala
Acting Mbala District Administratice Officer, Fredrick Chilambwe officiating at the Stakeholders’ Participatory Performance Review and Reflection meeting for Action Aid at Tutenzi Lodge in Mbala
Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona distributing relief maize to victims of Spastic Paralysis (Konzo) disease at Kaote Village of Lwatembo area in Mongu yesterday. Government has released 150 metric tons of maize to mitigate food shortage in Lwatembo area up to the next 2015/2016 harvest season.
Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona distributing relief maize to victims of Spastic Paralysis (Konzo) disease at Kaote Village of Lwatembo area in Mongu yesterday. Government has released 150 metric tons of maize to mitigate food shortage in Lwatembo area up to the next 2015/2016 harvest season.

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Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona distributing relief maize to victims of Spastic Paralysis (Konzo) disease at Kaote Village of Lwatembo area in Mongu yesterday. Government has released 150 metric tons of maize to mitigate food shortage in Lwatembo area up to the next 2015/2016 harvest season.
Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona distributing relief maize to victims of Spastic Paralysis (Konzo) disease at Kaote Village of Lwatembo area in Mongu yesterday. Government has released 150 metric tons of maize to mitigate food shortage in Lwatembo area up to the next 2015/2016 harvest season.

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Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona distributing relief maize to victims of Spastic Paralysis (Konzo) disease at Kaote Village of Lwatembo area in Mongu yesterday. Government has released 150 metric tons of maize to mitigate food shortage in Lwatembo area up to the next 2015/2016 harvest season.
Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona distributing relief maize to victims of Spastic Paralysis (Konzo) disease at Kaote Village of Lwatembo area in Mongu yesterday. Government has released 150 metric tons of maize to mitigate food shortage in Lwatembo area up to the next 2015/2016 harvest season.

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A stack of over 14, 000 bags of maize purchased by FRA at Chipoka satellite depot since the marketing season exercise commenced.
A stack of over 14, 000 bags of maize purchased by FRA at Chipoka satellite depot since the marketing season exercise commenced.

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Farmers rebagging their maize at Kamuswazi Satellite depot
Farmers rebagging their maize at Kamuswazi Satellite depot

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Farmers waiting to sell thrie maize at FRA Chipoka Satellite depot in Mbala
Farmers waiting to sell their maize at FRA Chipoka Satellite depot in Mbala

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 stack of over 14 000 x 50kg bags of maize bought by FRA at Chipoka Satellite depot in Mbala
stack of over 14 000 x 50kg bags of maize bought by FRA at Chipoka Satellite depot in Mbala

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Heaps of maize yet to be rebadged for sale at Chipoka Satellite depot
Heaps of maize yet to be rebadged for sale at Chipoka Satellite depot

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ut-going Acting Mbala District Commissioner, Felix Mungaila thronged by farmers when he visited Mambwe Mission satellite depot to check on the progress of the marketing season
Out-going Acting Mbala District Commissioner, Felix Mungaila thronged by farmers when he visited Mambwe Mission satellite depot to check on the progress of the marketing season

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Out-going Acting Mbala District Commissioner, Felix Mungaila (in a black suit) after checking the purchasing of maize at Kamuswazi Satellite depot
Out-going Acting Mbala District Commissioner, Felix Mungaila (in a black suit) after checking the purchasing of maize at Kamuswazi Satellite depot

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Re-bagged sacks of maize awaiting FRA officials to buy from farmers
Re-bagged sacks of maize awaiting FRA officials to buy from farmers

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ut-going Acting Mbala District Commissioner, Felix Mungaila talking to FRA depot clerk, Rhema Siwelwa at Mambwe Mission Satellite depot
Out-going Acting Mbala District Commissioner, Felix Mungaila talking to FRA depot clerk, Rhema Siwelwa at Mambwe Mission Satellite depot
 Rankin Consultant Company Resident Engineer Salah Gad (r) briefing Zambezi Region Council Leadership of Namibia, Governor Col. Lawrence Sampofu (l) and Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (c) before touring the 8000 Link Zambia Mongu- Kalabo Road Project
Rankin Consultant Company Resident Engineer Salah Gad (r) briefing Zambezi Region Council Leadership of Namibia, Governor Col. Lawrence Sampofu (l) and Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (c) before touring the 8000 Link Zambia Mongu- Kalabo Road Project

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Rankin Consultant Company Resident Engineer Salah Gad (l) explaining the work progress of Mongu-Kalabo Road Project to Zambezi Region Council Leadership of Namibia, Governor Col. Lawrence Sampofu (r) and Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (c) during the tour of the project
Rankin Consultant Company Resident Engineer Salah Gad (l) explaining the work progress of Mongu-Kalabo Road Project to Zambezi Region Council Leadership of Namibia, Governor Col. Lawrence Sampofu (r) and Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (c) during the tour of the project

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Rankin Consultant Company Resident Engineer Salah Gad (l) explaining the work progress of Mongu-Kalabo Road Project to Zambezi Region Council Leadership of Namibia, Governor Col. Lawrence Sampofu (r) and Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (c) during the tour of the project
Rankin Consultant Company Resident Engineer Salah Gad (l) explaining the work progress of Mongu-Kalabo Road Project to Zambezi Region Council Leadership of Namibia, Governor Col. Lawrence Sampofu (r) and Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (c) during the tour of the project

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Rankin Consultant Company Resident Engineer Salah Gad (l) explaining the work progress of Mongu-Kalabo Road Project to Namibian High Commission First Secretary Hellen Ndandi (c) as AVIC International Zambia Limited Site Manager Chen Yiju (r) looks on during the tour of the project
Rankin Consultant Company Resident Engineer Salah Gad (l) explaining the work progress of Mongu-Kalabo Road Project to Namibian High Commission First Secretary Hellen Ndandi (c) as AVIC International Zambia Limited Site Manager Chen Yiju (r) looks on during the tour of the project

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Sefula Irrigation Scheme Camp Extension Officer Angelo Silumesii (front) showing the Zambezi Region Council Leadership of Namibia and Zambian delegation the water source of irrigation canals during the tour of the agriculture projects in Mongu
Sefula Irrigation Scheme Camp Extension Officer Angelo Silumesii (front) showing the Zambezi Region Council Leadership of Namibia and Zambian delegation the water source of irrigation canals during the tour of the agriculture projects in Mongu

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Sefula Irrigation Scheme Camp Extension Officer Angelo Silumesii (r) explains the importance of the canal in a sandy terrene to Zambezi Region Council Leadership of Namibia, Governor Col. Lawrence Sampofu (l), Namibian High Commission First Secretary Hellen Ndandi (2nd l) and Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (2nd r) during the tour of the agriculture projects in Mongu
Sefula Irrigation Scheme Camp Extension Officer Angelo Silumesii (r) explains the importance of the canal in a sandy terrene to Zambezi Region Council Leadership of Namibia, Governor Col. Lawrence Sampofu (l), Namibian High Commission First Secretary Hellen Ndandi (2nd l) and Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (2nd r) during the tour of the agriculture projects in Mongu

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 Namibian High Commission First Secretary Hellen Ndandi (r) discuses with Western Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (l) after a courtesy call at the minister’s office in Mongu
Namibian High Commission First Secretary Hellen Ndandi (r) discuses with Western Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (l) after a courtesy call at the minister’s office in Mongu

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Zambezi Region Council Leadership of Namibia, Governor Col. Lawrence Sampofu (r) charts with Western Province Minister Poniso Njeulu (c) and his Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (l) during a courtesy call at the minister’s office in Mongu
Zambezi Region Council Leadership of Namibia, Governor Col. Lawrence Sampofu (r) charts with Western Province Minister Poniso Njeulu (c) and his Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (l) during a courtesy call at the minister’s office in Mongu
Education deputy Minister Sydney Mushanga (right) hands over a bag of mealie meal to one of the Zambian freedom fighters in Kabwe during the Sydney Mushanga sports tournament held in his constituency Bwacha recently.
Education deputy Minister Sydney Mushanga (right) hands over a bag of mealie meal to one of the Zambian freedom fighters in Kabwe during the Sydney Mushanga sports tournament held in his constituency Bwacha recently.

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Education deputy Minister Sydney Mushanga (left) joins Evelyn Hone College Band during the Sydney Mushanga sports tournament in Bwacha compound in Kabwe recently.
Education deputy Minister Sydney Mushanga (left) joins Evelyn Hone College Band during the Sydney Mushanga sports tournament in Bwacha compound in Kabwe recently.

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 Education deputy Minister Sydney Mushanga (left) joins Evelyn Hone College Band during the Sydney Mushanga sports tournament in Bwacha compound in Kabwe recently.
Education deputy Minister Sydney Mushanga (right) hands over a bag of mealie meal to one of the Zambian freedom fighters in Kabwe during the Sydney Mushanga sports tournament held in his constituency Bwacha recently.

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Bwacha Member of Parliament Sydney Mushanga kicks the ball to officially launch the tournament in his constituency.
Bwacha Member of Parliament Sydney Mushanga kicks the ball to officially launch the tournament in his constituency.

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Education deputy Minister Sydney Mushanga (centre) presenting the trophy to Super Lion, who were the overall winner of the Sydney Mushanga sports tournament
Education deputy Minister Sydney Mushanga (centre) presenting the trophy to Super Lion, who were the overall winner of the Sydney Mushanga sports tournament
Vice President Inonge Wina (r) receives a bouquet from Joe Makungwe jr. (c) on arrival at Mongu Airport yesterday on a five days tour inspecting some developmental projects and interacts with the people of Western Province.
Vice President Inonge Wina (r) receives a bouquet from Joe Makungwe jr. (c) on arrival at Mongu Airport on a five days tour inspecting some developmental projects and interacts with the people of Western Province.

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Vice President Inonge Wina (l) and Western Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (r) comfort Sandy Clark (c) CEO of Dignity Zambia an Australian based charitable organization as she breaks when narrating her stay in Zambia during racism in colonial days. This is during a courtesy on Her Royal Highness Litunga La Mboela of Lwambi Chiefdom in Nalolo District, Western Province
Vice President Inonge Wina (l) and Western Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (r) comfort Sandy Clark (c) CEO of Dignity Zambia an Australian based charitable organization as she breaks when narrating her stay in Zambia during racism in colonial days. This is during a courtesy on Her Royal Highness Litunga La Mboela of Lwambi Chiefdom in Nalolo District, Western Province

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Vice President Inonge Wina (r) and Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (c) show respect before entering the Muoyo Palace yard during a courtesy on Her Royal Highness Litunga La Mboela of Lwambi Chiefdom in Nalolo District
Vice President Inonge Wina (r) and Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (c) show respect before entering the Muoyo Palace yard during a courtesy on Her Royal Highness Litunga La Mboela of Lwambi Chiefdom in Nalolo District

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Vice President Inonge Wina (l) with of Her Royal Highness Litunga La Mboela (r) of Lwambi Chiefdom walking the Muoyo Palace yard during the courtesy call in Nalolo District
Vice President Inonge Wina (l) with of Her Royal Highness Litunga La Mboela (r) of Lwambi Chiefdom walking the Muoyo Palace yard during the courtesy call in Nalolo District

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Vice President Inonge Wina (r) kneels before Her Royal Highness Litunga La Mboela (l) of Lwambi Chiefdom inside the Kashandi (Conference Room) during the courtesy call in Nalolo District
Vice President Inonge Wina (r) kneels before Her Royal Highness Litunga La Mboela (l) of Lwambi Chiefdom inside the Kashandi (Conference Room) during the courtesy call in Nalolo District

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 Her Royal Highness Litunga La Mboela (l) of Lwambi Chiefdom displays a book ‘’My Love Affair with Zambia’’, from Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark as Vice President Inonge Wina (r) looks on during the courtesy call at Muoyo Palace in Nalolo District
Her Royal Highness Litunga La Mboela (l) of Lwambi Chiefdom displays a book ‘’My Love Affair with Zambia’’, from Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark as Vice President Inonge Wina (r) looks on during the courtesy call at Muoyo Palace in Nalolo District

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Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (r) receives the Lwambi chiefdom Development Strategic Plan for 2015-2019 guidelines from Her Royal Highness Litunga La Mboela through Induna Biundan’ono (l) during the courtesy call at Muoyo Palace in Nalolo District
Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (r) receives the Lwambi chiefdom Development Strategic Plan for 2015-2019 guidelines from Her Royal Highness Litunga La Mboela through Induna Biundan’ono (l) during the courtesy call at Muoyo Palace in Nalolo District

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Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (r) with Veep. Senior Private Secretary Ambassador Sheller Siwela (r) go through her book ‘’My Love Affair with Zambia’’, during the courtesy call at Muoyo Palace in Nalolo District
Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (r) with Veep. Senior Private Secretary Ambassador Sheller Siwela (r) go through her book ‘’My Love Affair with Zambia’’, during the courtesy call at Muoyo Palace in Nalolo District

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 Vice President Inonge Wina cutting the ribbon to officially open a 1x 2 class room block worth k160,000 at Kataba Primary School in Nalolo District
Vice President Inonge Wina cutting the ribbon to officially open a 1x 2 class room block worth k160,000 at Kataba Primary School in Nalolo District

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 Vice President Inonge Wina (r) talking to Kataba Primary School Head teacher Munalula Mubiana (c) and Western Provincial Education Officer Loveness Lubasi (l) inside a new class room during the official opening of a 1x 2 class room block worth k160,000 at Kataba Primary School in Nalolo District
Vice President Inonge Wina (r) talking to Kataba Primary School Head teacher Munalula Mubiana (c) and Western Provincial Education Officer Loveness Lubasi (l) inside a new class room during the official opening of a 1x 2 class room block worth k160,000 at Kataba Primary School in Nalolo District

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Vice President Inonge Wina (c) after the official opening of a 1x 2 class room block worth k160,000 at Kataba Primary School in Nalolo District
Vice President Inonge Wina (c) after the official opening of a 1x 2 class room block worth k160,000 at Kataba Primary School in Nalolo District

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Vice President Inonge Wina (c) admiring a baby jersey knitted by a women group in Liatoya area during an interaction with them in Nalolo District
Vice President Inonge Wina (c) admiring a baby jersey knitted by a women group in Liatoya area during an interaction with them in Nalolo District

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Vice President Inonge Wina (r) receives some straw traditional brooms from a women group in Liatoya area during an interaction with them in Nalolo District
Vice President Inonge Wina (r) receives some straw traditional brooms from a women group in Liatoya area during an interaction with them in Nalolo District

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The Zambia Project Site Manager Jaycee Coetee (l) showing Vice President Inonge Wina (c)  the site for the construction clinic by Dignity Zambia, a charitable organization based in Australia, in Nalolo District
The Zambia Project Site Manager Jaycee Coetee (l) showing Vice President Inonge Wina (c) the site for the construction clinic by Dignity Zambia, a charitable organization based in Australia, in Nalolo District

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 The Zambia Project Site Manager Jaycee Coetee (r) showing Vice President Inonge Wina (l) the site for the construction of a clinic by Dignity Zambia, a charitable organization based in Australia, in Nalolo District
The Zambia Project Site Manager Jaycee Coetee (l) leading Vice President Inonge Wina (c) to the site for the construction clinic by Dignity Zambia, a charitable organization based in Australia, in Nalolo District

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The Zambia Project Site Manager Jaycee Coetee (l) leading Vice President Inonge Wina (c) to the site for the construction clinic by Dignity Zambia, a charitable organization based in Australia, in Nalolo District
Vice President Inonge Wina (l) with Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (c) and The Zambia Project Site Manager Jaycee Coetee (r) at the site for construction of a clinic in Nalolo District
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  1. …even before I opened the site I knew pictures showing Tasila would be there…..I wonder what value or interest such photos portray….
    …..with the obvious climate change and unpredictable weather pattern…we shall soon be experiencing heavy down pour of rains….it will be stup1d of us to have all that maize soaked…

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    • These pictures are a bunch of confusion, I think is messing up people’s minds… so many things going and so disorganised, worse than entropy. Thank God there was NO picture for Edgar or his wife.
      What do I pick from that clouded mess is President Inonge Wina

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    • This selfsame daughter of Edgar is doing some work for UNICEF in the morning and then donning political party regalia in the same area in the afternoon!!

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  2. Pictures can deceive. Pics 32,33,34 and 35. Is she the same person I wanted to call for the weekend?

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  3. Photo 45 Nkotes eyeing each other. kikikikikiki. I am also wondering why we are being shown Tasila’s pictures every day. It seems someone is interested in her. ECL instruct your Shushushu’s to be on the lookout – otherwise you will have another grandchild.

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  4. In the levels of beautifulness in Zambia have gone to dogs, is this the Tasila that people the beautiful daughter of the president? Let me end here…..

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  5. Why are names so poorly spelt by LT? It is OK to ask the owner of the name how it is spelt let alone pronounced. Good spread there; I see my Namibians featuring today. What is this about Tasila in the news? Is she being groomed for something? Perhaps. Watch the space. Patrick Mwanawasa is now deputy PS – am just saying.

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    • Ok, for instance: Sheller Siwela has always been Sheila Siwela as far as we know unless something changed. This is widespread right through LT reporting. Oh – and that white guy’s name in pic 16 has been misspelled as Miles Sampa – just saying… He could be Miles Sheller…
      That contrast between Tasila and the kid in Musa village between pic 8 and 9 (has no number I see) is like she was photoshopped onto the scene…

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  6. Looking at all that maize one wonders how the farmers managed to have such a good harvest while on the other hand we are being told that the kariba dam has dried up due to insufficient rainfall.

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  7. It is telling that all the Zambian officials in these pictures are government employees; permanent secretaries, deputy district commissioners, etc., while foreigners are engineers in the private sector. Clearly the public sector is too bloated in Zambia. All the money these people are paid is a waste. It can go a long way to alleviate rural poverty.

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  8. Tasila Jesus, the east does have beauties. Can this child of the west apply at state house? hahahaha.

    Viva aunty Inonge, Viva president Nawakwi.

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  9. I don’t mean to be a dick about this but in pic. #9 I see ka Lungu’s nice daughter shaking a little child’s hand. A handshake is not going to do anything for that child so I hope the first daughter had the good sense of packing some small bags of roasted groundnuts in that big black bag of hers so she can hand them out to those poor children. That’s all I’m saying.

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  10. But is this ka Tasila not supposed to be in school somewhere instead of following her mother’s footsteps.

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  11. PIC #41
    The VP & The PS are comforting Sandy Clark (the muzungu) as she breaks when narrating her stay in Zambia during racism in colonial days.

    Am I missing something here, someone damn it down for me. Wasn’t it her kind who were dishing our the racist behavior? Shouldn’t she be the one consoling the two ‘blackies’ in the pic?

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