1

 Kazungula District Commissioner Pascalina Musokotwane (in white t-shirt) and police officers trying to control residents from looting the cooking oil which dropped on the roadside after a truck overturned
Kazungula District Commissioner Pascalina Musokotwane (in white t-shirt) and police officers trying to control residents from looting the cooking oil which dropped on the roadside after a truck overturned

2

 Kazungula District Commissioner Pascalina Musokotwane (in white t-shirt) and police officers trying to control residents from looting the cooking oil which dropped on the roadside after a truck overturned
Kazungula District Commissioner Pascalina Musokotwane (in white t-shirt) and police officers trying to control residents from looting the cooking oil which dropped on the roadside after a truck overturned

3

Kazungula residents helping to load into a truck cases of cooking oil which dropped on the roadside after a truck overturned
Kazungula residents helping to load into a truck cases of cooking oil which dropped on the roadside after a truck overturned

4

NEWLY constructed Food Reserve Agency shed at Lumezi in Lundazi with the capacity storage of 5000 metric tones
NEWLY constructed Food Reserve Agency shed at Lumezi in Lundazi with the capacity storage of 5000 metric tones

5

NEWLY constructed Food Reserve Agency shed at Lumezi in Lundazi with the capacity storage of 5000 metric tones
NEWLY constructed Food Reserve Agency shed at Lumezi in Lundazi with the capacity storage of 5000 metric tones

6

Some farmers weighning at Lumezi Food Reserve Agency depot in Lundazi
Some farmers weighing at Lumezi Food Reserve Agency depot in Lundazi

7

Some farmers weighing at Lumezi Food Reserve Agency depot in Lundazi
Some farmers weighing at Lumezi Food Reserve Agency depot in Lundazi

8

FOOD Reserve Agency executive director Chola Kafwabulula talking to a farmer at Chiwoko FRA depot in Chipata
FOOD Reserve Agency executive director Chola Kafwabulula talking to a farmer at Chiwoko FRA depot in Chipata

9

FOOD Reserve Agency executive director Chola Kafwabulula talking to farmers at FRA satelite depot at Kamulaza in Chipata
FOOD Reserve Agency executive director Chola Kafwabulula talking to farmers at FRA satelite depot at Kamulaza in Chipata

10

FOOD Reserve Agency executive director Chola Kafwabulula talking to farmers at FRA satelite depot at Kamulaza in Chipata
FOOD Reserve Agency executive director Chola Kafwabulula talking to farmers at FRA satelite depot at Kamulaza in Chipata

11

Food Reserve Agency executive director Chola Kafwabulula greeting Chankhanga clerk Hope Mwape in Chipata
Food Reserve Agency executive director Chola Kafwabulula greeting Chankhanga clerk Hope Mwape in Chipata

12

 Itezhi-Tezhi modern Market is progressing well . Above, the structure shaping up at a fat rate
Itezhi-Tezhi modern Market is progressing well . Above, the structure shaping up at a fat rate

13

 Itezhi-Tezhi modern Market is progressing well . Above, the structure shaping up at a fat rate
Itezhi-Tezhi modern Market is progressing well . Above, the structure shaping up at a fat rate

14

 Itezhi-Tezhi modern Market is progressing well . Above, the structure shaping up at a fat rate
Itezhi-Tezhi modern Market is progressing well . Above, the structure shaping up at a fat rate

15

 Itezhi-Tezhi modern Market is progressing well . Above, the structure shaping up at a fat rate
Itezhi-Tezhi modern Market is progressing well . Above, the structure shaping up at a fat rate

16

Construction of Itezhi-Tezhi Road in Itezhi-Tezhi district in Central Province is progressing well but at a slow pace. Above, the road shaping up , residents of this area hope this road can be completed quickly
Construction of Itezhi-Tezhi Road in Itezhi-Tezhi district in Central Province is progressing well but at a slow pace. Above, the road shaping up , residents of this area hope this road can be completed quickly
The Hon. Minister of Tourism and Arts Jean Kapata MP and her delegation at UNWTO in Colombia
The Hon. Minister of Tourism and Arts Jean Kapata MP and her delegation at UNWTO in Colombia where Zambia was elected into the UNWTO Executive Council.

17

The Hon. Minister of Tourism and Arts Jean Kapata MP and her delegation at UNWTO in Colombia
The Hon. Minister of Tourism and Arts Jean Kapata MP and her delegation at UNWTO in Colombia where Zambia was elected into the UNWTO Executive Council.

18

Mazabuka based artist Alec Lishandu (right) handles over an artistic portrait of President Edgar Lungu to Choma district administrative officer Vincent Sikanyela while Choma Museum director Bevine Sangulube looks on during opening of an art exhibition at the museum
Mazabuka based artist Alec Lishandu (right) handles over an artistic portrait of President Edgar Lungu to Choma district administrative officer Vincent Sikanyela while Choma Museum director Bevine Sangulube looks on during opening of an art exhibition at the museum

19

Mazabuka based artist Alec Lishandu (middle) shows Choma district administrative officer Vincent Sikanyela (in a jacket) and Choma Museum director Bevine Sangulube (left) some of his artistic works during opening of an art exhibition at the museum
Mazabuka based artist Alec Lishandu (middle) shows Choma district administrative officer Vincent Sikanyela (in a jacket) and Choma Museum director Bevine Sangulube (left) some of his artistic works during opening of an art exhibition at the museum

20

Mazabuka based artist Alec Lishandu (middle) shows Choma district administrative officer Vincent Sikanyela (in a jacket) and Choma Museum director Bevine Sangulube (left) some of his artistic works during opening of an art exhibition at the museum
Mazabuka based artist Alec Lishandu (middle) shows Choma district administrative officer Vincent Sikanyela (in a jacket) and Choma Museum director Bevine Sangulube (left) some of his artistic works during opening of an art exhibition at the museum

21

PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu during the official opening of Lumwana District hospital built at a total amount of K15 million in the newly created district of Kalumbila in North-Western province on Sunday. Picture by BETRAM KAOMA /ZANIS
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu during the official opening of Lumwana District hospital built at a total amount of K15 million in the newly created district of Kalumbila in North-Western province on Sunday. Picture by BETRAM KAOMA /ZANIS

22

PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu is welcomed by provincial medical officer Dr Simulyanama Choonga (r ) during the commissioning of Luwama district hospital in Kalumbila district in North- Western province on Sunday. Picture by BETRAM KAOMA /ZANIS
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu is welcomed by provincial medical officer Dr Simulyanama Choonga (r ) during the commissioning of Luwama district hospital in Kalumbila district in North- Western province on Sunday. Picture by BETRAM KAOMA /ZANIS

23

PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu with Lumwana District hospital medical superintendent Dr Mando Phiri (r ) during the tour of the female ward after commission the health facility in Kalumbila district in North-Western province on Sunday. Picture by BETRAM KAOMA /ZANIS
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu with Lumwana District hospital medical superintendent Dr Mando Phiri (r ) during the tour of the female ward after commission the health facility in Kalumbila district in North-Western province on Sunday. Picture by BETRAM KAOMA /ZANIS

24

SOUTHERN Province Minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu (in a suit) with provincial registrar Mwanda Shingululu (right) inspect the mobile issuance of National Registration Cards (NRCs) in Choma
SOUTHERN Province Minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu (in a suit) with provincial registrar Mwanda Shingululu (right) inspect the mobile issuance of National Registration Cards (NRCs) in Choma

25

SOUTHERN Province Minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu (in a suit) with provincial registrar Mwanda Shingululu (right) inspect the mobile issuance of National Registration Cards (NRCs) in Choma
SOUTHERN Province Minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu (in a suit) with provincial registrar Mwanda Shingululu (right) inspect the mobile issuance of National Registration Cards (NRCs) in Choma
Vice President Inonge Wina addressing a rally at Ipusikilo Primary School ground in Lubansenshi constituency in Luwingu district to drum up support for the PF candidate for the parliamentary by-election, George Mwamba
Vice President Inonge Wina addressing a rally at Ipusikilo Primary School ground in Lubansenshi constituency in Luwingu district to drum up support for the PF candidate for the parliamentary by-election, George Mwamba

26

Vice President Inonge Wina addressing a rally at Ipusikilo Primary School ground in Lubansenshi constituency in Luwingu district to drum up support for the PF candidate for the parliamentary by-election, George Mwamba
Vice President Inonge Wina addressing a rally at Ipusikilo Primary School ground in Lubansenshi constituency in Luwingu district to drum up support for the PF candidate for the parliamentary by-election, George Mwamba

27

Party of the crowd that attended President ’Edgar Lungu rally in Lubasenshi in Luwingu
Party of the crowd that attended President ’Edgar Lungu rally in Lubasenshi in Luwingu
Patriotic Front Deputy National Secretary,Mumbi Phiri with Members of the party doing what they know best during the rally in Luwingu
Patriotic Front Deputy National Secretary,Mumbi Phiri with Members of the party doing what they know best during the rally in Luwingu

28

PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu confers with senior Chief Mupasha when he paid a courtesy call on him
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu confers with senior Chief Mupasha when he paid a courtesy call on him

29

President Edgar Chagwa Lungu at President's Park in Luwingu on Saturday, September 12,2015.This was during the campaign for the Lubansenshi (PF) candidate George Mwamba. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2015
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu at President’s Park in Luwingu on Saturday, September 12,2015.This was during the campaign for the Lubansenshi (PF) candidate George Mwamba. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2015

30

President Edgar Lungu with PF Lubanseshi candidate George Mwansa when he address a huge rally at Mucheleka school today. looking on is campaign manager Freedom Sikazwe, Mwansabombwe MP Rogers Mwewa and Senior Private Secretary to the President Danniel Sio :Picture by Mary Bwembya (ZANIS)
President Edgar Lungu with PF Lubanseshi candidate George Mwansa when he address a huge rally at Mucheleka school today. looking on is campaign manager Freedom Sikazwe, Mwansabombwe MP Rogers Mwewa and Senior Private Secretary to the President Danniel Sio :Picture by Mary Bwembya (ZANIS)

31

 Vice President Inonge Wina greets Patriotic Front candidate George Mwamba for the Lubansenshi parliamentary by-election. In the middle is Northern Province PF chairman, Felix Mfula who introduced Mr. Mwamba to Mrs. Wina when she arrived in Luwingu to campaign for the PF candidate.-PICTURE BY KALUWE HANZUKI/ZANIS
Vice President Inonge Wina greets Patriotic Front candidate George Mwamba for the Lubansenshi parliamentary by-election. In the middle is Northern Province PF chairman, Felix Mfula who introduced Mr. Mwamba to Mrs. Wina when she arrived in Luwingu to campaign for the PF candidate.-PICTURE BY KALUWE HANZUKI/ZANIS

32

PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu addressing Musele residents after attending the church service at Kisasa in Solwezi west
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu addressing Musele residents after attending the church service at Kisasa in Solwezi west

33

PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu addressing the solwezi residents
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu addressing the solwezi residents

34

PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu receives a bouquet of flowers from a 10 year old girl at Solwezi Airport
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu receives a bouquet of flowers from a 10 year old girl at Solwezi Airport

35

President Edgar Lungu with PF Lubanseshi candidate George Mwansa when he address a huge rally at Mucheleka Primary School today. looking on is campaign manager Freedom Sikazwe, Mwansabombwe MP Rogers Mwewa and Deputy Campaign Manager Fr. Frank Bwalya :Picture by Mary Bwembya (ZANIS)
President Edgar Lungu with PF Lubanseshi candidate George Mwansa when he address a huge rally at Mucheleka Primary School today. looking on is campaign manager Freedom Sikazwe, Mwansabombwe MP Rogers Mwewa and Deputy Campaign Manager Fr. Frank Bwalya :Picture by Mary Bwembya (ZANIS)

36

PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu is welcomed by Mfumbwe Member of parliament, Steven Masumba at Solwezi Airport
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu is welcomed by Mfumbwe Member of parliament, Steven Masumba at Solwezi Airport

37

PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu is welcomed by Richard Kapita at Solwezi Airport
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu is welcomed by Richard Kapita at Solwezi Airport
[Read 50 times, 1 reads today]
Loading...

30 COMMENTS

  1. Last picture, 37; has anyone noticed that Richard Kapita has been wearing this same shirt for the past 10 years?

    0

    0
    • How come Tasila is missing in the pictures? Ba LT you are not doing your work properly bane!!! The Paper sells when Tasila features, thats not a secret!!

      0

      0
    • For a moment I thought the portrait was hideous of President Lungu but looking at 21 she was spot on. Look alike.

      Regards

      0

      0
  2. Too many typos in the captions: “shaping up at a fat rate” and “party of the crowd”

    FRA: I like what I see – good structures for storage and non-GMO maize. Let’s hope what is labelled outside is what is really inside.

    All in all, Zambians are advancing well at their own pace in terms of development. With more than 60% of the world’s unharnessed resources (including cultivatable land) in Africa, the plain truth is that Africans really have nothing to worry about if only they managed their assets properly.

    It is Europeans, Americans and Asians who are desperate about their future and that is why they will do anything to get at our assets in the name of “investment”.

    We need to be wary as Keith Mulevu sang: “wemwina Zambia wishitesha icalo, nga wamona umulwani aisa na…

    0

    0
  3. FRA: I like what I see – good structures for storage and non-GMO maize. Let’s hope what is labelled outside is what is really inside.

    All in all, Zambians are advancing well at their own pace in terms of development. With more than 60% of the world’s unharnessed resources (including cultivatable land) in Africa, the plain truth is that Africans really have nothing to worry about if only they managed their assets properly.

    It is Europeans, Americans and Asians who are desperate about their future and that is why they will do anything to get at our assets in the name of “investment”.

    We need to be wary as Keith Mulevu sang: “wemwina Zambia wishitesha icalo, nga wamona umulwani aisa na ulupiya uwingi…”

    0

    0
  4. FRA: I like what I see – good structures for storage and non-GMO maize. Let’s hope what is labelled outside is what is really inside.

    All in all, Zambians are advancing well at their own pace in terms of development. With more than 60% of the world’s unharnessed resources (including cultivatable land) in Africa, the plain truth is that Africans really have nothing to worry about if only they managed their assets properly.

    It is Europeans, Americans and Asians who are desperate about their future and that is why they will do anything to get at our assets in the name of “investment”. We need to be wary as Keith Mulevu sang.

    0

    0
    • Well said but who will tell the majority to vote for hope, for the future and a secure one at that? Vision is hope ! Of late one sleeps restlessly, ngati tizaitaya nafuti, then welcome to Exodus-out-of-Hell !!

      0

      0
  5. Seems the weekend was full of politics and accidents. If both top two people are politicking day in and day out, who actually does the work for moving forward. The weekend should be spend by our leaders to reflect and strategise than being busy campaigning. This Party has actually been campaigning from day ONE, the moment it got power. No wonder we are were we are today. Does this PF party know anything else other than campaigning?

    0

    0
    • @Chief MMD bootlicked, you have now grown and that is maturity mune. Let Zambians emulate the people of Trinidad & Tobago & flush out PF in Solwezi & next year. Let PF when they lose concede graciously. Why should development come only to those who vote for the party? For your info, the Aussies now have a new PM with no violence.
      dot m.youtube.com/watch?v=RNiemrW2Osw
      dot m.youtube.com/watch?v=x1fjlNOsFfs
      dot m.youtube.com/watch?v=UPLBTWx2aXA

      0

      0
  6. No mention of RB in pic 35.
    While Zambians are getting thinner, a market in Itezhi Tezhi is ‘shaping up at a FAT rate.’

    0

    0
    • The Saint, wesekesha sana, Market shaping up at a ‘FAT’ rate is just LT being the silly self. They meant ‘shaping up at a fast rate.’
      Don’t worry meet, just grow most of what you eat on that small peace of land you live on and you will experience less stretch of the kwacha as it is currently really stretching in prices. I now have onions, bean leaves, chinese cabbage and chibwabwa. No more a bandle of veggies worth K2 when I need 4 per day.
      Let’s start growing our food Zambians, please!
      Next I am putting 10 village chickens, 6 goats and 4 sheep on a farm to breed. I am thinking if kwacha become K15 to USD1, most people will not be able to eat! Ala nalunya!

      0

      0
  7. ##25&26,

    Why and how in the world are we still using typewriters to print NRCs?

    It is a complete waste of our time.

    We must computerise as this will be quicker and more efficient.

    0

    0
  8. Before lungu was fully in the sky bo inonge was landing with her helicopter in the same area to repeat the same boring message

    0

    0
  9. Pic 30 you would think its Fr Bwalya who is the candidate. What a chancer. The official candidate is in fact the one standing afar from the president.

    0

    0
  10. On a commendable note, it is good that Lungu does wear a hat to protect himself from the harsh Zambian sun. We need to educate our people to wear hats when it is sunny.

    0

    0
  11. Pic 28, have always told him that he is trying to be a pimp, am sure he got a few tips from the senior chief on how to dress up as a pimp, a ka hat, open shirt revealing hairly chest, yellow socks, just look at him can’t take off his eyes off those yellow socks, Pic 32,come on you at church, no politics allowed can’t you read the sign behind you?

    0

    0
  12. PF is has taken development to every part if Zambia, last I went to Itezhi Tezhi, the was no tared road and no market, but this hard-working PF has taken development to that remote area!! May God continue to shine on Chagwa and his Minister as they foster development to all parts of the country!! Amen

    0

    0
  13. Truly laughable the dull empty tin Jean Kapata MP and her delegation, what a waste of air tickets to Columba and travel allowances, I high doubt it she learn anything there.

    0

    0
  14. I am here looking at that NEWLY constructed Food Reserve Agency shed at Lumezi in Lundazi and wondering why they don’t put solar panels on top of large surface area roof as these places are very secure, well guarded premises. Let’s incorporating alternative energy at the design stage to supplementing the national grid especially in areas like Lundazi.

    0

    0
    • * I am here looking at that NEWLY constructed FRA shed at Lumezi in Lundazi and wondering why they don’t put solar panels on top of those large surface area roofs as these places are very secure, well guarded premises. Let’s incorporate alternative energy solutions at the design stage to supplement the national grid especially in areas like Lundazi.

      0

      0
    • Apologies…I have corrected that post…posted and submitted that one on the move during morning rush hour using predictive text on my phone.

      0

      0

Comments are closed.