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Zambia News and information Services Director Patrick Lungu load the west in the wheelbarrow whilst Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Service Permanent Secretary Godfrey Malama and his Human Resource Director Christine Mushanga (l) look on during the relaunch of KEEP ZAMBIA CLEAN at Mass media
Zambia News and information Services Director Patrick Lungu load the waste in the wheelbarrow whilst Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Service Permanent Secretary Godfrey Malama and his Human Resource Director Christine Mushanga (l) look on during the relaunch of KEEP ZAMBIA CLEAN at Mass media

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Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Service Permanent Secretary Godfrey Malama load the west in the wheelbarrow whilst his Human Resource Director Christine Mushanga is holding the wheelbarrow during the relaunch of KEEP ZAMBIA CLEAN at Mass media
Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Service Permanent Secretary Godfrey Malama load the  west  waste in the wheelbarrow whilst his Human Resource Director Christine Mushanga is holding the wheelbarrow during the relaunch of KEEP ZAMBIA CLEAN at Mass media

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Ministry of information and Broadcasting Service staffs cleaning during the relaunch of KEEP ZAMBIA CLEAN at Mass media
Ministry of information and Broadcasting Service staffs cleaning during the relaunch of KEEP ZAMBIA CLEAN at Mass media

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Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Service Permanent Secretary Godfrey Malama take the west on a wheelbarrow during the relaunch of KEEP ZAMBIA CLEAN at Mass media
Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Service Permanent Secretary Godfrey Malama take the west  waste on a wheelbarrow during the relaunch of KEEP ZAMBIA CLEAN at Mass media

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A kabwe woman Mrs Alinat Adorah Phiri clad Zambian flag colours declaring her readiness to join the nation in prayer and fasting
A kabwe woman Mrs Alinat Adorah Phiri clad Zambian flag colours declaring her readiness to join the nation in prayer and fasting

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A kabwe woman Mrs Alinat Adorah Phiri clad Zambian flag colours declaring her readiness to join the nation in prayer and fasting
A kabwe woman Mrs Alinat Adorah Phiri clad Zambian flag colours declaring her readiness to join the nation in prayer and fasting

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P.S. CEntral Province Edwidge Mutale talks to workers at Mkushi District Hopsital construction site. by Chiza Muzia, ZANIS.
P.S. CEntral Province Edwidge Mutale talks to workers at Mkushi District Hopsital construction site. by Chiza Muzia, ZANIS.

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Central Province P.S. Edwidge Mutale(l) inspecting phase 2 construction of Mkushi District Hospital. by Chiza Muzia, ZANIS.
Central Province P.S. Edwidge Mutale(l) inspecting phase 2 construction of Mkushi District Hospital. by Chiza Muzia, ZANIS.

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Dr Mauren Mwanawasa arrive at Mulungushi confrence Centre for the National Women Economic Empowerment Expo, which was Promoting Young Women enterpreneurs as a Change agents for Natioanl development . Picture By Eddie Mwanaleza/ Statehouse. 13-10-2015.
Dr Mauren Mwanawasa arrive at Mulungushi conference Centre for the National Women Economic Empowerment Expo, which was Promoting Young Women enterpreneurs as a Change agents for Natioanl development . Picture By Eddie Mwanaleza/ Statehouse. 13-10-2015.

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President Edgar Lungu talks to Gladys Mpungu and Matildah Kasonde of Rainbow Sovew shoes of Luansya during the exhibition at Mulungushi confrence Centre for the National Women Economic Empowerment Expo, which was Promoting Young Women enterpreneurs as a Change agents for National development . Picture By Eddie Mwanaleza/ Statehouse. 13-10-2015.
President Edgar Lungu talks to Gladys Mpungu and Matildah Kasonde of Rainbow Sovew shoes of Luansya during the exhibition at Mulungushi confrence Centre for the National Women Economic Empowerment Expo, which was Promoting Young Women enterpreneurs as a Change agents for National development . Picture By Eddie Mwanaleza/ Statehouse. 13-10-2015.

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President Edgar Lungu talks to Evelyn Chipili Of Mweese in Luapula Clay Pot maker of Luansya during the exhibition at Mulungushi confrence Centre for the National Women Economic Empowerment Expo, which was Promoting Young Women enterpreneurs as a Change agents for National development . Picture By Eddie Mwanaleza/ Statehouse. 13-10-2015.
President Edgar Lungu talks to Evelyn Chipili Of Mweese in Luapula Clay Pot maker of Luansya during the exhibition at Mulungushi confrence Centre for the National Women Economic Empowerment Expo, which was Promoting Young Women enterpreneurs as a Change agents for National development . Picture By Eddie Mwanaleza/ Statehouse. 13-10-2015.

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President Edgar Lungu talks to Gladys Mpungu and Matildah Kasonde of Rainbow Sovew shoes of Luansya during the exhibition at Mulungushi confrence Centre for the National Women Economic Empowerment Expo, which was Promoting Young Women enterpreneurs as a Change agents for National development . Picture By Eddie Mwanaleza/ Statehouse. 13-10-2015.
President Edgar Lungu talks to Gladys Mpungu and Matildah Kasonde of Rainbow Sovew shoes of Luansya during the exhibition at Mulungushi confrence Centre for the National Women Economic Empowerment Expo, which was Promoting Young Women enterpreneurs as a Change agents for National development . Picture By Eddie Mwanaleza/ Statehouse. 13-10-2015.

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President Edgar Lungu talks to Gladys Mpungu and Matildah Kasonde of Rainbow Sovew shoes of Luansya during the exhibition at Mulungushi confrence Centre for the National Women Economic Empowerment Expo, which was Promoting Young Women enterpreneurs as a Change agents for National development . Picture By Eddie Mwanaleza/ Statehouse. 13-10-2015.
President Edgar Lungu talks to Gladys Mpungu and Matildah Kasonde of Rainbow Sovew shoes of Luansya during the exhibition at Mulungushi confrence Centre for the National Women Economic Empowerment Expo, which was Promoting Young Women enterpreneurs as a Change agents for National development . Picture By Eddie Mwanaleza/ Statehouse. 13-10-2015.

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President Edgar Lungu talks to Grace Chibwe a Contractor of Chadiza during the exhibition at Mulungushi confrence Centre for the National Women Economic Empowerment Expo, which was Promoting Young Women enterpreneurs as a Change agents for National development . Picture By Eddie Mwanaleza/ Statehouse. 13-10-2015.
President Edgar Lungu talks to Grace Chibwe a Contractor of Chadiza during the exhibition at Mulungushi confrence Centre for the National Women Economic Empowerment Expo, which was Promoting Young Women enterpreneurs as a Change agents for National development . Picture By Eddie Mwanaleza/ Statehouse. 13-10-2015.

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President Edgar Lungu talks to Margie Kabebdele of Mansa during the exhibition at Mulungushi confrence Centre for the National Women Economic Empowerment Expo, which was Promoting Young Women enterpreneurs as a Change agents for Natioanl development . Picture By Eddie Mwanaleza/ Statehouse. 13-10-2015.
President Edgar Lungu talks to Margie Kabebdele of Mansa during the exhibition at Mulungushi confrence Centre for the National Women Economic Empowerment Expo, which was Promoting Young Women enterpreneurs as a Change agents for Natioanl development . Picture By Eddie Mwanaleza/ Statehouse. 13-10-2015.

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Dr Mauren Mwanawasa with Ms Vera Chiluba Tembo at Mulungushi confrence Centre for the National Women Economic Empowerment Expo, which was Promoting Young Women enterpreneurs as a Change agents for Natioanl development . Picture By Eddie Mwanaleza/ Statehouse. 13-10-2015.
Dr Mauren Mwanawasa with Ms Vera Chiluba Tembo at Mulungushi confrence Centre for the National Women Economic Empowerment Expo, which was Promoting Young Women enterpreneurs as a Change agents for Natioanl development . Picture By Eddie Mwanaleza/ Statehouse. 13-10-2015.

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(L to R ) Central Province Minister Davis Chisopa,Justice Minister Ngosa Simbyakula,Chibombo District Commissioner Felix Mangwato and Central Province Deputy Permanent Secretary Ronald Sinyangwe seat on a reed matt during the Kulamba Kubwalo Traditional Ceremony.
(L to R ) Central Province Minister Davis Chisopa,Justice Minister Ngosa Simbyakula,Chibombo District Commissioner Felix Mangwato and Central Province Deputy Permanent Secretary Ronald Sinyangwe seat on a reed matt during the Kulamba Kubwalo Traditional Ceremony.

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Senior Chief Mukuni Ng'ombe (left) and Senior Chief Mukuni (Right) perform a ritual during the Kulamba Kubwalo traditional ceremony in Chibombo district.
Senior Chief Mukuni Ng’ombe (left) and Senior Chief Mukuni (Right) perform a ritual during the Kulamba Kubwalo traditional ceremony in Chibombo district.

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(L to R )Senior Chief Mukuni,Senior Chief Mukuni Ng'ombe ,Justice Minister Ngosa Simbyakula and Central Province Minister Davis Chisopa walk to the main arena during the Kulamba Kubwalo traditional ceremony in Chibombo district
(L to R )Senior Chief Mukuni,Senior Chief Mukuni Ng’ombe ,Justice Minister Ngosa Simbyakula and Central Province Minister Davis Chisopa walk to the main arena during the Kulamba Kubwalo traditional ceremony in Chibombo district

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Agriculture Minister Given Lubinda (L) and Justice Minister Ngosa Simbyakula present gifts to Senior Chief Mukuni Ng'ombe and Senior Chief Mukuni during the Kulamba Kubwalo traditional ceremony
Agriculture Minister Given Lubinda (L) and Justice Minister Ngosa Simbyakula present gifts to Senior Chief Mukuni Ng’ombe and Senior Chief Mukuni during the Kulamba Kubwalo traditional ceremony

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Central Province Minister Davies Chisopa (in civil ) inspecting the newly acquired equipment to be working on the roads in Central province
Central Province Minister Davies Chisopa (in civil ) inspecting the
newly acquired equipment to be working on the roads in Central
province

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Central Province Minister Davies Chisopa (in civil ) inspecting the newly acquired equipment to be working on the roads in Central province
Central Province Minister Davies Chisopa (in civil ) inspecting the
newly acquired equipment to be working on the roads in Central
province

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Power FM owner Kenny Tonga shakes hands with USA Ambassador Eric Schultz whilst President Lungu looks on at State House during the meeting with Mandela Washington Fellowship of young African Leaders
Power FM owner Kenny Tonga shakes hands with USA Ambassador Eric Schultz whilst President Lungu looks on at State House during the meeting with Mandela Washington Fellowship of young African Leaders

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Special Assistant to the President Amos Chanda Welcome's USA ambassador Eric Shultz at State House
Special Assistant to the President Amos Chanda Welcome’s USA ambassador Eric Shultz at State House

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President Edgar Lungu chats with Kawambwa District Magistrate Nandipha Ngulube at State House during the meeting with Mandela Washington Fellowship of young African Leaders
President Edgar Lungu chats with Kawambwa District Magistrate Nandipha Ngulube at State House during the meeting with Mandela Washington Fellowship of young African Leaders

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President Edgar Lungu chats with Zambia News and Information Services journalist Henry Himoonde whilst journalists looks on at State House during the meeting with Mandela Washington Fellowship of young African Leaders
President Edgar Lungu chats with Zambia News and Information Services journalist Henry Himoonde whilst journalists looks on at State House during the meeting with Mandela Washington Fellowship of young African Leaders

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President Edgar Lungu chats with Brian Bwembya at State House during the meeting with Mandela Washington Fellowship of young African Leaders
President Edgar Lungu chats with Brian Bwembya at State House during the meeting with Mandela Washington Fellowship of young African Leaders

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President Edgar Lungu chats with Brian Bwambya (Bflow) whilst USA Ambassador Eric Schultz at State House looks on during the meeting with Mandela Washington Fellowship of young African Leaders
President Edgar Lungu chats with Brian Bwambya (Bflow) whilst USA Ambassador Eric Schultz at State House looks on during the meeting with Mandela Washington Fellowship of young African Leaders

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Chief Mumena (m) with Solwezi acting district commissioner Chipawa Chipawa (l) and Lumwana mining company community relations superintendent Harrington Kanema (r) cutting a ribbon during the official handover of the three teachers’ houses constructed by the mining firm at a total cost of K357,000 at Mwajimambwe school at Mutanda
Chief Mumena (m) with Solwezi acting district
commissioner Chipawa Chipawa (l) and Lumwana mining company community
relations superintendent Harrington Kanema (r) cutting a ribbon during
the official handover of the three teachers’ houses constructed by the
mining firm at a total cost of K357,000 at Mwajimambwe school at
Mutanda

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Mbala SUN Programme Coordinator, Krysterbel Nankamba encouraging fish farmers to embrace the programme as theirs for its sustainability
Mbala SUN Programme Coordinator, Krysterbel Nankamba encouraging fish farmers to embrace the programme as theirs for its sustainability

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Solwezi acting district commissioner Chipawa Chipawa (l) with chief Mumena (in a cap) dancing to the Mukumbi Ibaloli culture song on Thursday during the official handover of Mukamena Multipurpose cooperative centre which has been constructed by Lumwana mining company at Mutanda at a total cost of K240,000.
Solwezi acting district commissioner Chipawa Chipawa (l) with chief Mumena (in a cap) dancing to the Mukumbi Ibaloli culture song on Thursday during the official handover of Mukamena Multipurpose cooperative centre which has been constructed by Lumwana mining company at Mutanda at a total cost of K240,000.

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Solwezi acting district commissioner Chipawa Chipawa (m) with chief Mumena (right in a cap) and Lumwana mining company community relations superintendent Harrington Kanema (l) cutting a ribbon during the official handover of Mukamena Multipurpose cooperative centre which has been constructed by Lumwana mining company at Mutanda at a total cost of K240,000
Solwezi acting district commissioner Chipawa Chipawa (m) with chief Mumena (right in a cap) and Lumwana mining company community relations superintendent Harrington Kanema (l) cutting a ribbon during the official handover of Mukamena Multipurpose cooperative centre which has been constructed by Lumwana mining company at Mutanda at a total cost of K240,000

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Mutanda secondary school deputy headteacher Isaac Lijimu (r ) joins the Mukumbi Ibaloli culture group in dancing the hunters dance locally known as Katembo during the official handover of a modern 1 x 3 science laboratory constructed by Lumwana mining firm at total cost of K1million
Mutanda secondary school deputy headteacher Isaac Lijimu (r ) joins the Mukumbi Ibaloli culture group in dancing the hunters dance locally known as Katembo during the official handover of a modern 1 x 3 science laboratory constructed by Lumwana mining firm at total cost of K1million

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Lumwana mining company has constructed Mukamena Multipurpose cooperative centre at a total cost of K240,000 to enhance income levels among the communities in Mutanda area. Above, the centre will be used for various business ventures such as manufacturing, carpentry and tailoring
Lumwana mining company has constructed Mukamena Multipurpose cooperative centre at a total cost of K240,000 to enhance income levels among the communities in Mutanda area. Above, the centre will be used for various business ventures such as manufacturing, carpentry and tailoring

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Lumwana mining company has constructed a modern 1 x 3 science laboratory at Mutanda secondary school at a total cost of K1milion. Above, the newly constructed laboratory during the handover ceremony
Lumwana mining company has constructed a modern 1 x 3 science laboratory at Mutanda secondary school at a total cost of K1milion. Above, the newly constructed laboratory during the handover ceremony

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-Lumwana mining company recently constructed three teachers’ houses at Mwajimambwe school in Kalumbila at a total cost of K357,000. Above, two of the three houses at the learning institution during the handover ceremony to government by the mining firm
-Lumwana mining company recently constructed three teachers’ houses at Mwajimambwe school in Kalumbila at a total cost of K357,000. Above, two of the three houses at the learning institution during the handover ceremony to government by the mining firm

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National Sports Council of Zambia Board Member Matilda Mwaba presents some independence tournament Trophies to Lusaka Province Minister Obvious Mwaliteta while his Deputy PS Japhen Mwakalombe looks on in Lusaka
National Sports Council of Zambia Board Member Matilda Mwaba presents some independence tournament Trophies to Lusaka Province Minister Obvious Mwaliteta while his Deputy PS Japhen Mwakalombe looks on in Lusaka
Lusaka Province Minister Obvious receives some shield for the independence tournament from National Sports Council of Zambia Board Member Matilda Mwaba while his Deputy PS Japhen Mwakalombe looks on in Lusaka
Lusaka Province Minister Obvious receives some shield for the independence tournament from National Sports Council of Zambia Board Member Matilda Mwaba while his Deputy PS Japhen Mwakalombe looks on in Lusaka

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Assistant Fisheries Technician, Mary Nyirenda (Middle) giving guidance to a fish farmer with DAO Felix Mungaila and SUN Coordinator, Krysterbel Nankamba listening
Assistant Fisheries Technician, Mary Nyirenda (Middle) giving guidance to a fish farmer with DAO Felix Mungaila and SUN Coordinator, Krysterbel Nankamba listening

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Mbala district administrative officer, Felix Mungaila with SUN programme Corrdinator and Assistant Fisheries technician checking the fish ponds at Chitusa fish farming group in Agriculture camp
Mbala district administrative officer, Felix Mungaila with SUN programme Corrdinator and Assistant Fisheries technician checking the fish ponds at Chitusa fish farming group in Agriculture camp

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Mbala SUN Programme Coordinator, Krysterbel Nankamba encouraging fish farmers to embrace the programme as theirs for its sustainability
Mbala SUN Programme Coordinator, Krysterbel Nankamba encouraging fish farmers to embrace the programme as theirs for its sustainability

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Monitoring team lead by Mbala DAO Felix Mungaila (l) listening to Mr. Edward silunjili fish farmer (in green t- shirt) how he is managing the finger lings
Monitoring team lead by Mbala DAO Felix Mungaila (l) listening to Mr. Edward silunjili fish farmer (in green t- shirt) how he is managing the finger lings

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Some fish ponds owned by Chitusa Fish Farming group which has been empowered with 5000 finger lings under Scale Up Nutrition Programme
Some fish ponds owned by Chitusa Fish Farming group which has been empowered with 5000 finger lings under Scale Up Nutrition Programme
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  1. Pictures 1, 2 and 4.
    What is this ‘west’ loaded on the wheelbarrow?
    Where is the wheelbarrow loaded with the East?
    Was the reporter thinking of ‘waste’, if so why not check, in fact west and waste are pronounced differently.
    It would be wiser to report in bemba when not sure of simple English words.

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    • Nice array of pictures. Zambian women are dope! While the men drink, they hold everything togethe

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    • chi nubian am so sorry my sister, that man really abused you with his drinking hey? you always talk about men drinking? ninshi what exactly did he do to you? i am here my sister, talk to me!!! we shall have our therapeuitic sessions right here on this blog. just take a sit and make yourself comfortable then start talking to me. did he abuse you ***

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    • Let the Easterners and westerners of Zambia edit this website. Our Luapula Zambians find pronunciations hard.

      Viva President Nawakwi.

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  2. @1.spot on.how can zambia develop with this kind of simple spelling .
    pic.36.i doubt if that house is newly constructed ,maybe its renovated but not new.

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    • I AM ALSO IN THE SAME DOUBT. OR IS IT HOW NEWLY CONSTRUCTED HOUSES LOOK IN ZAMBIA? LT IS FULL OF SPELLING, GRAMMATICAL, AND JUST LABELING MISTAKES AND THEY DON’T SEEM TO LISTEN TO ADVICE FROM THE READERSHIP. EVERY ARTICLE IN LT IS FULL OF ALL KINDS OF MISTAKES. LT, BE ADVISED THAT YOU ARE HERE TO INFORM AND NOT MISINFORM OR DIS-INFORM. WRONG GRAMMAR, SPELLING MISTAKES, WRONG ANNOTATION ALL JUST MISINFORM THE READERSHIP DUE TO DISTORTION INFORMATION. AFRICA IN GENERAL AND ZAMBIA IN PARTICULAR WILL NEVER DEVELOP IF AFRICANS JUST CAN’T LISTEN TO ADVICE.

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  3. I give a tick to the keep Zambia clean. Ba Vera still looking good. But ambi is too much among Zambian women. Pics 34 & 36 look to be old buildings. Many of the Zambian people look malnourished

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  4. Picture No. 15, this Mansa woman Margie Kabebdele is very tall, taller than ba Chagwa. I am sure she is a not a mwina Ngúmbo.

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    • she is not my brother/sister. batali sana, she has some masai genes!! she is not an E1B1A haplogroup african.

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    • @Bandawe, kekekekeke fwe bena Ng’umbo twalichula. I though pic#15 it was a photographer who was bad, but if look carefully truelly Ba Margie batali.

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  5. Who is that man in picture no.31 unabashedly wearing a skirt? It’s as if someone punched him in the head and knocked out his good senses from his skull.

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