The Week in Pictures

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Zambia National Building Society (ZNBS) Mazabuka Branch Manager Mr. Jimmy Phiri (left) officially hand over five computers worth K22, 500 to Monze District Education Board Secretary Mr. Vimbi Mateke (right). The computers were donated after Namuseba Primary School authorities made a request for assistance to ZNBS for the equipment to enhance ICT learning at the school.
Zambia National Building Society (ZNBS) Mazabuka Branch Manager Mr. Jimmy Phiri (left) officially hand over five computers worth K22, 500 to Monze District Education Board Secretary Mr. Vimbi Mateke (right). The computers were donated after Namuseba Primary School authorities made a request for assistance to ZNBS for the equipment to enhance ICT learning at the school.

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Senior Chief Monze ( middle in black hat) speaking during the official hand over of five computers worth K22,500 by the Zambia National Building Society(ZNBS) at Namuseba Primary School in Monze
Senior Chief Monze ( middle in black hat) speaking during the official hand over of five computers worth K22,500 by the Zambia National Building Society(ZNBS) at Namuseba Primary School in Monze

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Some of the computers handed over to Namuseba Primary School in Monze District today by Zambia National Building Society (ZNBS) in a bid to complement government’s efforts to spearhead Information, communication and Technology (ICTs) learning in schools.
Some of the computers handed over to Namuseba Primary School in Monze District today by Zambia National Building Society (ZNBS) in a bid to complement government’s efforts to spearhead Information, communication and Technology (ICTs) learning in schools.

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School children entertaining the crowd that came to witness the official hand over of five computers to Namuseba Primary School in Monze District by Zambia National Building Society (ZNBS)
School children entertaining the crowd that came to witness the official hand over of five computers to Namuseba Primary School in Monze District by Zambia National Building Society (ZNBS)

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Higer Red Bomber Bus, ABT 9254 caught fire last night around 19:00hrs due to electrical fault as it was travelling from Mongu to Lusaka between Mongu and Kaoma Road. About 30 passengers all on board survived unhurt.
Higer Red Bomber Bus, ABT 9254 caught fire last night around
19:00hrs due to electrical fault as it was travelling from Mongu to
Lusaka between Mongu and Kaoma Road. About 30 passengers all on board
survived unhurt.

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Higer Red Bomber Bus, ABT 9254 caught fire last night around 19:00hrs due to electrical fault as it was travelling from Mongu to Lusaka between Mongu and Kaoma Road. About 30 passengers all on board survived unhurt.
Higer Red Bomber Bus, ABT 9254 caught fire last night around 19:00hrs due to electrical fault as it was travelling from Mongu to Lusaka between Mongu and Kaoma Road. About 30 passengers all on board survived unhurt.

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Higer Red Bomber Bus, ABT 9254 caught fire last night around 19:00hrs due to electrical fault as it was travelling from Mongu to Lusaka between Mongu and Kaoma Road. About 30 passengers all on board survived unhurt.
Higer Red Bomber Bus, ABT 9254 caught fire last night around 19:00hrs due to electrical fault as it was travelling from Mongu to Lusaka between Mongu and Kaoma Road. About 30 passengers all on board survived unhurt.

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Higer Red Bomber Bus, ABT 9254 caught fire last night around 19:00hrs due to electrical fault as it was travelling from Mongu to Lusaka between Mongu and Kaoma Road. About 30 passengers all on board survived unhurt.
Higer Red Bomber Bus, ABT 9254 caught fire last night around 19:00hrs due to electrical fault as it was travelling from Mongu to Lusaka between Mongu and Kaoma Road. About 30 passengers all on board survived unhurt.

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 Lewanika General Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr. Mutanga Mapani (r) receives some surgical equipment as a donation from Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (l) at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu
Lewanika General Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr. Mutanga Mapani
(r) receives some surgical equipment as a donation from Dignity Zambia
CEO Sandy Clark (l) at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu

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 Lewanika General Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr. Mutanga Mapani (r) receives some children’s toys for the Children ward from Australian Music Teacher Cate Dyer (l) as Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (c) looks on during the donation the hospital in Mongu
Lewanika General Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr. Mutanga Mapani
(r) receives some children’s toys for the Children ward from
Australian Music Teacher Cate Dyer (l) as Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy
Clark (c) looks on during the donation the hospital in Mongu

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 Holy Cross Girls Secondary School Manager Bibian Mbao (l) receives some clothes from Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (c) as Australian Music Teacher Cate Dyer (r) looks on during the donation of assorted items to the school in Mongu
Holy Cross Girls Secondary School Manager Bibian Mbao (l) receives
some clothes from Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (c) as Australian
Music Teacher Cate Dyer (r) looks on during the donation of assorted
items to the school in Mongu

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Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (c) talks to Holy Cross Girls Secondary School Manager Bibian Mbao (l) as Australian Music Teacher Cate Dyer (r) looks on during the donation of assorted items to the school in Mongu
Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (c) talks to Holy Cross Girls
Secondary School Manager Bibian Mbao (l) as Australian Music Teacher
Cate Dyer (r) looks on during the donation of assorted items to the
school in Mongu

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 Australian Music Teacher Cate Dyer (c) shows Holy Cross Girls Secondary School pupils how to play a floor piano as Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (l) observes during the donation of assorted items to the school in Mongu
Australian Music Teacher Cate Dyer (c) shows Holy Cross Girls
Secondary School pupils how to play a floor piano as Dignity Zambia
CEO Sandy Clark (l) observes during the donation of assorted items to
the school in Mongu

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Holy Cross Girls Secondary School pupils trying how to play the floor piano as Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (l) and Australian Music Teacher Cate Dyer (c) observe during the donation of assorted items to the school in Mongu
Holy Cross Girls Secondary School pupils trying how to play the
floor piano as Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (l) and Australian Music
Teacher Cate Dyer (c) observe during the donation of assorted items to
the school in Mongu

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Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (r) and Australian Music Teacher Cate Dyer (l) in a group photo with Holy Cross Girls Secondary School pupils during the donation of assorted items to the school in Mongu
Dignity Zambia CEO Sandy Clark (r) and Australian Music Teacher
Cate Dyer (l) in a group photo with Holy Cross Girls Secondary School
pupils during the donation of assorted items to the school in Mongu

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NAREP President Elias Chipimo Jnr has unveiled NAREP plans to secure title deeds for people whose houses were demolished by the Patriotic Front government. Speaking to Chingola residents at Chingola Hillside in Lulamba on 9th September. Here Mr. Chipimo visiting projects that NAREP Chingola district leaders are currently supporting, notably, dilapidated bridges in Nchanga and Chingola constituencies respectively.
NAREP President Elias Chipimo Jnr has unveiled NAREP plans to secure title deeds for people whose houses were demolished by the Patriotic Front government. Speaking to Chingola residents at Chingola Hillside in Lulamba on 9th September. Here Mr. Chipimo visiting projects that NAREP Chingola district leaders are currently supporting, notably, dilapidated bridges in Nchanga and Chingola constituencies respectively.

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NAREP President Elias Chipimo Jnr has unveiled NAREP plans to secure title deeds for people whose houses were demolished by the Patriotic Front government. Speaking to Chingola residents at Chingola Hillside in Lulamba on 9th September. Here Mr. Chipimo visiting projects that NAREP Chingola district leaders are currently supporting, notably, dilapidated bridges in Nchanga and Chingola constituencies respectively.
NAREP President Elias Chipimo Jnr has unveiled NAREP plans to secure title deeds for people whose houses were demolished by the Patriotic Front government. Speaking to Chingola residents at Chingola Hillside in Lulamba on 9th September. Here Mr. Chipimo visiting projects that NAREP Chingola district leaders are currently supporting, notably, dilapidated bridges in Nchanga and Chingola constituencies respectively.

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NAREP President Elias Chipimo Jnr has unveiled NAREP plans to secure title deeds for people whose houses were demolished by the Patriotic Front government. Speaking to Chingola residents at Chingola Hillside in Lulamba on 9th September. Here Mr. Chipimo visiting projects that NAREP Chingola district leaders are currently supporting, notably, dilapidated bridges in Nchanga and Chingola constituencies respectively.
NAREP President Elias Chipimo Jnr has unveiled NAREP plans to secure title deeds for people whose houses were demolished by the Patriotic Front government. Speaking to Chingola residents at Chingola Hillside in Lulamba on 9th September. Here Mr. Chipimo visiting projects that NAREP Chingola district leaders are currently supporting, notably, dilapidated bridges in Nchanga and Chingola constituencies respectively.

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NAREP President Elias Chipimo Jnr has unveiled NAREP plans to secure title deeds for people whose houses were demolished by the Patriotic Front government. Speaking to Chingola residents at Chingola Hillside in Lulamba on 9th September. Here Mr. Chipimo visiting projects that NAREP Chingola district leaders are currently supporting, notably, dilapidated bridges in Nchanga and Chingola constituencies respectively.
NAREP President Elias Chipimo Jnr has unveiled NAREP plans to secure title deeds for people whose houses were demolished by the Patriotic Front government. Speaking to Chingola residents at Chingola Hillside in Lulamba on 9th September. Here Mr. Chipimo visiting projects that NAREP Chingola district leaders are currently supporting, notably, dilapidated bridges in Nchanga and Chingola constituencies respectively.

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NAREP President Elias Chipimo Jnr has unveiled NAREP plans to secure title deeds for people whose houses were demolished by the Patriotic Front government. Speaking to Chingola residents at Chingola Hillside in Lulamba on 9th September. Here Mr. Chipimo visiting projects that NAREP Chingola district leaders are currently supporting, notably, dilapidated bridges in Nchanga and Chingola constituencies respectively.
NAREP President Elias Chipimo Jnr has unveiled NAREP plans to secure title deeds for people whose houses were demolished by the Patriotic Front government. Speaking to Chingola residents at Chingola Hillside in Lulamba on 9th September. Here Mr. Chipimo visiting projects that NAREP Chingola district leaders are currently supporting, notably, dilapidated bridges in Nchanga and Chingola constituencies respectively.

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CHOMA Municipal Council officers confiscate a home-theatre and alcohol from homes illegally operating as Shabeens in Chandamali Township recently.
CHOMA Municipal Council officers confiscate a home-theatre
and alcohol from homes illegally operating as Shabeens in Chandamali
Township recently.

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CHOMA Municipal Council officers confiscate alcohol from homes illegally operating as Shabeens in Chandamali Township
CHOMA Municipal Council officers confiscate alcohol from
homes illegally operating as Shabeens in Chandamali Township

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An Adult Literacy Class matching during the celebration of International Literacy Day in Mongu, Western Province
An Adult Literacy Class matching during the celebration of
International Literacy Day in Mongu, Western Province

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 Education Deputy Minister David Mabumba (l), Zambia National Education Coalition (ZANEC) Member Organisation representative Gina Chiwela (c) and USAID Zambia Education Office Chief Iris Young (r) during the celebration of International Literacy Day at Mulambwa Primary School in Mongu
Education Deputy Minister David Mabumba (l), Zambia National Education Coalition (ZANEC) Member Organisation representative Gina  Chiwela (c) and USAID Zambia Education Office Chief Iris Young (r) during the celebration of International Literacy Day at Mulambwa Primary School in Mongu

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USAID Zambia Education Office Chief Iris Young joins school children in dancing during the celebration of International Literacy Day at Mulambwa Primary School in Mongu
USAID Zambia Education Office Chief Iris Young joins school children in dancing during the celebration of International Literacy Day at Mulambwa Primary School in Mongu

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Education Deputy Minister David Mabumba (r) and Western Province Education Officer Loveness Mubisi (c) observing a pupil reading during the celebration of International Literacy Day at Mulambwa Primary School in Mongu
Education Deputy Minister David Mabumba (r) and Western Province Education Officer Loveness Mubisi (c) observing a pupil reading during the celebration of International Literacy Day at Mulambwa Primary School in Mongu

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Mongu Central Prison adult inmates’ literacy class during the celebration of International Literacy Day at Mulambwa Primary School in Mongu
Mongu Central Prison adult inmates’ literacy class during the celebration of International Literacy Day at Mulambwa Primary School in Mongu

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An Adult Literacy Class during the celebration of International Literacy Day at Mulambwa Primary School in Mongu
An Adult Literacy Class during the celebration of International Literacy Day at Mulambwa Primary School in Mongu

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 Education Deputy Minister David Mabumba (c) flanked by Western Province Assistant Secretary Sineva Kambenja (r) and Western Province Education Officer Loveness Mubisi (l) after touring the exhibition stands during the celebration of International Literacy Day at Mulambwa Primary School in Mongu
Education Deputy Minister David Mabumba (c) flanked by Western Province Assistant Secretary Sineva Kambenja (r) and Western Province Education Officer Loveness Mubisi (l) after touring the exhibition stands during the celebration of International Literacy Day at Mulambwa Primary School in Mongu

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 Education Deputy Minister David Mabumba (l) receives an award from USAID Zambia Education Office Chief Iris Young (r) as recognition for a cordial relationship between the ministry and USAID Zambia, during the celebration of International Literacy Day at Mulambwa Primary School in Mongu
Education Deputy Minister David Mabumba (l) receives an award from USAID Zambia Education Office Chief Iris Young (r) as recognition for a cordial relationship between the ministry and USAID Zambia, during the celebration of International Literacy Day at Mulambwa Primary School in Mongu

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University of Zambia (UNZA) Acting Deputy Chancellor Dr Micky Mwala speaking to graduands(not in picture) today during the graduation ceremony at Zambia College of Agriculture(ZCA) at which 133 students graduated with certificates in general agriculture while 99 graduated with Diploma
University of Zambia (UNZA) Acting Deputy Chancellor Dr Micky Mwala speaking to graduands(not in picture) today during the graduation ceremony at Zambia College of Agriculture(ZCA) at which 133 students graduated with certificates in general agriculture while 99 graduated with Diploma

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Some of the graduands during the graduation ceremony held at Zambia College of Agriculture
Some of the graduands during the graduation ceremony held at Zambia College of Agriculture

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 FEELING LIKE A FARMER! AGRICULTURE and Fisheries Permanent Secretary Dr David Shamulenge have a feel of the new tractor bought by the Zambia College of Agriculture (ZCA) at a cost of K230,000. This was after he toured the learning institution’s farm
FEELING LIKE A FARMER! AGRICULTURE and Fisheries Permanent Secretary Dr David Shamulenge have a feel of the new tractor bought by the Zambia College of Agriculture (ZCA) at a cost of K230,000. This was after he toured the learning institution’s farm

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Chiefs Hamusonde( Right in white shirt and brown hat) and Monze (left in brown t-shirt and black hat) were among some of the invited guests at the Zambia College of Agriculture’s (ZCA) 4th Diploma and 64th Certificate General Agriculture graduation ceremony held under the theme, “Continued Innovation and Quality Agriculture Training Beyond the Golden Jubilee Year” , in Monze
Chiefs Hamusonde( Right in white shirt and brown hat) and Monze (left in brown t-shirt and black hat) were among some of the invited guests at the Zambia College of Agriculture’s (ZCA) 4th Diploma and 64th Certificate General Agriculture graduation ceremony held under the theme, “Continued Innovation and Quality Agriculture Training Beyond the Golden Jubilee Year” , in Monze

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AGRICULTURE and Fisheries Permanent Secretary Dr David Shamulenge(seated Right) and Monze District Commissioner Mr. Cyprian Hamanyanga(seated left) watch proceedings at the Zambia College of Agriculture’s (ZCA) 4th Diploma and 64th Certificate General Agriculture graduation ceremony held under the theme, “Continued Innovation and Quality Agriculture Training Beyond the Golden Jubilee Year” in Monze
AGRICULTURE and Fisheries Permanent Secretary Dr David Shamulenge(seated Right) and Monze District Commissioner Mr. Cyprian Hamanyanga(seated left) watch proceedings at the Zambia College of Agriculture’s (ZCA) 4th Diploma and 64th Certificate General Agriculture graduation ceremony held under the theme, “Continued Innovation and Quality Agriculture Training Beyond the Golden Jubilee Year” in Monze

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AGRICULTURE and Fisheries Permanent Secretary Dr David Shamulenge(Right purple gown) pose for a photo with the best ZCA Diploma student all around Paul Mzycee (left in green gown) who was awarded a trophy, various hampers, and more than K6,000 in cash during the 4th Diploma and 64th Certificate General Agriculture graduation ceremony held under the theme,” Continued Innovation and Quality Agriculture Training Beyond the Golden Jubilee Year”, in Monze
AGRICULTURE and Fisheries Permanent Secretary Dr David Shamulenge(Right purple gown) pose for a photo with the best ZCA Diploma student all around Paul Mzycee (left in green gown) who was awarded a trophy, various hampers, and more than K6,000 in cash during the 4th Diploma and 64th Certificate General Agriculture graduation ceremony held under the theme,” Continued Innovation and Quality Agriculture Training Beyond the Golden Jubilee Year”, in Monze

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Veronica Chilambwe 90, with her 1 year old great granddaughter Ester Chilambwe left by her granddaughter at her residence in Mulenga Hills Village in Kasama. She is appealing to well-wishers to help her renovate her house which is on the verge of collapsing when Radio Mano Fun Club visited the family
Veronica Chilambwe 90, with her 1 year old great granddaughter Ester Chilambwe left by her granddaughter at her residence in Mulenga Hills Village in Kasama. She is appealing to well-wishers to help her renovate her house which is on the verge of collapsing when Radio Mano Fun Club visited the family

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Veronica Chilambwe 90, with her 1 year old great granddaughter Ester Chilambwe left by her granddaughter at her residence in Mulenga Hills Village in Kasama. She is appealing to well-wishers to help her renovate her house which is on the verge of collapsing when Radio Mano Fun Club visited the family
Veronica Chilambwe 90, with her 1 year old great granddaughter Ester Chilambwe left by her granddaughter at her residence in Mulenga Hills Village in Kasama. She is appealing to well-wishers to help her renovate her house which is on the verge of collapsing when Radio Mano Fun Club visited the family

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Theresa Chilambwe 90 and Veronica Chilambwe 96, with their great grand children Gladys Chola 6, Isaac Chanda 4 and Easter Chilambwe left by her granddaughter at her residence in Mulenga Hills Village in Kasama . The Family is appealing to well-wishers to help her renovate her house which is on the verge of collapsing
Theresa Chilambwe 90 and Veronica Chilambwe 96, with their great grand children Gladys Chola 6, Isaac Chanda 4 and Easter Chilambwe left by her granddaughter at her residence in Mulenga Hills Village in Kasama . The Family is appealing to well-wishers to help her renovate her house which is on the verge of collapsing

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Theresa Chilambwe 90 and Veronica Chilambwe 96, with their great grand children Gladys Chola 6, Isaac Chanda 4 and Easter Chilambwe left by her granddaughter at her residence in Mulenga Hills Village in Kasama . The Family is appealing to well-wishers to help her renovate her house which is on the verge of collapsing
Theresa Chilambwe 90 and Veronica Chilambwe 96, with their great grand children Gladys Chola 6, Isaac Chanda 4 and Easter Chilambwe left by her granddaughter at her residence in Mulenga Hills Village in Kasama . The Family is appealing to well-wishers to help her renovate her house which is on the verge of collapsing

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Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) Southern Province investigator Chipapa Matyola displaying the expired and defective products in Livingstone
Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) Southern Province investigator Chipapa Matyola displaying the expired and defective products in Livingstone

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The construction of 99 rural health posts in Southern Province among the 650 countrywide is progressing well. Above, one of the facilities, Siankope health post in Choma yesterday to be commissioned next month. Picture by CHILA NAMAIKO
The construction of 99 rural health posts in Southern Province among the 650 countrywide is progressing well. Above, one of the facilities, Siankope health post in Choma yesterday to be commissioned next month. Picture by CHILA NAMAIKO

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HEALTH deputy Minister Chitalu Chilufya (in a jacket) inspects Siankope rural health post in Choma yesterday which was among the 650 facilities under construction countrywide. Picture by CHILA NAMAIKO
HEALTH deputy Minister Chitalu Chilufya (in a jacket) inspects Siankope rural health post in Choma yesterday which was among the 650 facilities under construction countrywide. Picture by CHILA NAMAIKO

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 National Arts Council, chairperson, Mulenga Kapwepwe makes remarks at the forum
National Arts Council, chairperson, Mulenga Kapwepwe makes remarks at the forum

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Adddiel Dzinoreva, Head of Zambezi Magic, addresses the forum
Adddiel Dzinoreva, Head of Zambezi Magic, addresses the forum

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 MultiChoice Zambia Public Relations Manager, Mwiika Malindima greets and shares a light moment with Music artist, Mweembe, formerly of the ‘Black Muntu’ fame
MultiChoice Zambia Public Relations Manager, Mwiika Malindima greets and shares a light moment with Music artist, Mweembe, formerly of the ‘Black Muntu’ fame

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Zambia Association of Musicians, president, Njoya Tembo and other artists, take a group photo.
Zambia Association of Musicians, president, Njoya Tembo and other artists, take a group photo.

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Artists ask questions, after Dzinoreva’s presentation
Artists ask questions, after Dzinoreva’s presentation

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Dzinoreva and Film producer & actor, Owas Mwape take a moment for a ‘head to head’, during tea break
Dzinoreva and Film producer & actor, Owas Mwape take a moment for a ‘head to head’, during tea break

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Gen Nathan Mulenga with Defence Minister Richwell Siamunene 1114
Gen Nathan Mulenga with Defence Minister Richwell Siamunene

 

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (L) is saluted by ZNS Commander General Nathan Mulenga (R) during commissioning of earth moving equipment in Lusaka, Chamba Valley on Tuesday 8th September 2015, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA-STATE HOUSE
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (L) is saluted by ZNS Commander General Nathan Mulenga (R) during commissioning of earth moving equipment in Lusaka, Chamba Valley on Tuesday 8th September 2015, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA-STATE HOUSE

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President Edgar Lungu Launchs ZNS Earth Moving Equipment
President Edgar Lungu Launchs ZNS Earth Moving Equipment

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President Edgar Lungu launch ZNS Earth Moving Euipment
President Edgar Lungu launch ZNS Earth Moving Equipment

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President Edgar Lungu with ZNS Commander Gen Nathan Mulenga 1
President Edgar Lungu with ZNS Commander Gen Nathan Mulenga

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President Lungu Inspects ZNS Earth Moving Equipment
President Lungu Inspects ZNS Earth Moving Equipment

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (C) with Defence Minister Richwell Siamunene (R) and ZNS Commander General Nathan Mulenga during the commissioning of earth moving equipment in Lusaka, Chamba Valley, on Tuesday, 8th September 2015 PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA-STATE HOUSE
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (C) with Defence Minister Richwell Siamunene (R) and ZNS Commander General Nathan Mulenga during the commissioning of earth moving equipment in Lusaka, Chamba Valley, on Tuesday, 8th September 2015 PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA-STATE HOUSE

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President Lungu Luanches ZNS Equipment at Chamba Valley
President Lungu Launches ZNS Equipment at Chamba Valley

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President Lungu with Chinese Ambassador and ZNS Commander Gen Mulenga
President Lungu with Chinese Ambassador and ZNS Commander Gen Mulenga

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President Lungu Thanks China Ambassador To Zambia
President Lungu Thanks China Ambassador To Zambia

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President Lungu with Gen Nath mulenga and Defence Minister Mr Richwell Siamunene
President Lungu with Gen Nath mulenga and Defence Minister Mr Richwell Siamunene

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ZNS commander at Earth Moving Equipment Launch 1302
ZNS commander at Earth Moving Equipment Launch

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ZNS Earth Moving Equipment 1237
ZNS Earth Moving Equipment

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ZNS Earth Moving Equipment 1306
ZNS Earth Moving Equipment

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ZNS Earth Moving Equipment with Its Officers 1279
ZNS Earth Moving Equipment with Its Officers

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ZNS Offices with Earth Moving Equipment 1286
ZNS Offices with Earth Moving Equipment

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32 COMMENTS

  1. Pictures 1 to 4 should not even be in the national press, becuase those computers donated by Zambia National Buding Society (ZNBS) are obsolete. This is nonsense b ZNBS you cannot donate rubbish and ask the Press to attend.
    Ba Lusaka times do you have news or nonsense? muli fipuba sana is this something you can spend all your overheads and costs to publish to the people of Zambia. Stupid!!
    Bravo Jameson Lungu on picuture 52-59 no shipula!!! napapa!!

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    • Those computers are worth $2250??? May be $100. Max. Some one from ZNBS is claiming tax relief fraudulently.

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    • NO COMPANY MAKES SUCH COMPUTERS. THOSE COMPUTERS HAVE BEEN AWAITING SCRAPPING FOR AGES. I SAW SUCH A COMPUTER MORE THAN 15 YEARS AGO.
      WITH SUCH CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ZNS ARE EXPECTED TO BE ONE OF THE BEST CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES IN ZAMBIA MAKING STATE-OF-THE-ART ROADS IN RURAL ZAMBIA. TO ARCHIVE THIS LET THE GRZ ATTACH ZNS ROAD CONSTRUCTION TRADESMEN AND WOMEN TO PROPER CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES EXISTING IN ZAMBIA AND EVEN ABROAD LIKE BOTSWANA WHERE THEY CAN LEARN PROPER ROAD CONSTRUCTION SKILLS. WITHIN 5 YEARS WE EXPECT MOST RURAL ROADS TO BE PAVED.

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  2. Amazing…. Edgar looks great in ZNS. And thumbs up for ZNS’s equipment, hope they will not just use them to produce charcoal from the trees they stump out of intended roads.

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  3. What is it Zambian Presidents with army uniforms even the lazy bum Edgar yet the man couldn’t finish his military cadet training!

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  4. ACQUISITION and EXECUTION.
    Gosh!, that’s a big ACQUISITION. A lot of equipment. One hopes there is a corresponding big plan for Hydro Dams etc.. Unfortunately, photos show only one earth-moving equipment i.e. the Grader (Pic.62). The rest are Low Loaders (pic. 55) and massive cranes. Captions mis-leading? Nonetheless, acquisition is the easy part.
    EXECUTION – For my Country’s sake, I honestly wish there is a preventive maintenance plan in place and skilled Mechanics to manage these machines. I hope. As some are aware, execution is the hard part in the equation of development.

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  5. those computers are obsolete, so it means each one of us bloggers here can easily buy these tefyo? so i suggest ifwe as ba blogger, lets buy these same computers and donate to our former primary and secondary schools. dont get fancy ones, just the same as the ones we have seen. we would really make a difference.

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    • Its laughable really..those type of computers would not even feature in stock of UK or US recycled PCs from Government Depts and School PCs which have been used for 10 years for donation to developing countries as these ( in the photo) are completely obsolete… a company would pay you to clear them for you as its obsolete.

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  6. I am surprised that those computers have been donated to make news. Here we throw them on the nature strips for the council to pick and destroy them. No individual can pick them even if you leave them for a year. Zambia is truly the real Africa. Yes, Lungu looks good in his army uniform. He is just fit to work in the army. My heart cries for the elderly in Zambia. Yaba Zambia is truly a hard place for the elderly.

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  7. Whether they are obsolete or not the question is can they perform the intended function and add value . if you do have a car and somebody offers a Mark II, you would be a foll to refuse it and instead ask for a latest Merc .

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    • Zambians never learn don’t…this Chinese junk may be cheap as chips but come time of servicing this rubbish you will be looking for Chinese dealers, translators and middlemen for a mere clutch plate meaning it will cost more in the long run than a Scania or Mercedes truck.

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  8. We have seen the computers. That Manager has reported himself in broad day light. He stole money for real computers, inflated the price for 1990 computers which he donated to the school. His name is clearly in the open. Where are the ACC? Please act. Don’t say, where is the evidence. Its here. He invited the press to collect and publicize the evidence. Valuation of the computers by any IT expert can not place them at the value he claims. He is dull and please arrest him now.

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  9. That is a very good looking ZNS uniform, picture 61. Am impressed by their new fatigues. Those ancient green ones were an eye sore.

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  10. The ZNS pics look very nice. All those fit kids in uniform and looking so able, 52 onwards, His Excellency is looking very fit and healthy, he even has a little pot belly emerging!! All ready for the gruelling elections!

    Love the dancing kids in pic4!

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  11. PHOTO 21-22 CHOMA Municipal Council surely why not issue your female officers trousers or pants for health and safety reasons like the male officer is wearing…why go in the field to confiscate or curb down on illegal brewers wearing tight skirts with office shoes and socks…you are no use if they suspects make a run for it.

    PHOTO 41-42 Those are the Prefab health Posts (four walls and a roof) we are getting imported all the way from India merely being assembled on site via a loan from India Exim Bank..and you wonder why there is no forex in the country when everything is imported..this is a win win for Indian manufacturing sector all the lazy Zambians have to do is pay the loan with interest.

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  12. I think as someone has pointed out, we should move away from purchasing Chinese equipment because it’s not durable. Chinese being more clever than our politicians probably even made them borrow money from China for these substandard machinery. Buy equipment from the West and it will last much, much longer. When will we learn that cheap is actually expensive?

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    • clearly there is a need to reform our procurement or acquisition of government machinery and equipment as it is flawed and very corrupt, and is in the hands of greedy dull politicians. In the Western countries they just don’t buy 100 trucks using taxpayers funds because its cheap, it has to benefit their industries or sectors in some way. Why not pursue the Chinese to set up an African assembly base factory for these trucks in Kabwe or Livingstone.

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    • Mwansa – These have always been cheap arguments. One needs a cost-benefit analysis before making a blanket statement.

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  13. Are those the new ZNS uniforms? Maybee ive been away too long, when did they introduce them? Looks cool, especially on the female officers, real cute. That euipment looks real serious. About computers no comment , but as long as kids can learn some basic stuff on them i guess even scrap is not too bad, less chance of being stolen by teachers and others.
    We should really set up a plant making heavy equipment in zambia looking at all the construction we need in the years ahead, rather than bringing all these heavy machines from abroad.

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  14. I think that radio system being confiscated is going to the policewomans house. If its illegal shabeen then confiscate the beer, leave the radio alone for gods sake. One african stealing from another african.

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