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The Weekend in Pictures

Photo Gallery The Weekend in Pictures

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Ablution block-1: PUPILS at Kalundu Ka Maria Primary School in Choma in jubilation when District Commissioner Sheena Muleya with Choma New Apostolic Church apostle Becker Chakwana (not in picture) commissioned a newly built ablution block for the schoo
Ablution block-1: PUPILS at Kalundu Ka Maria Primary School in Choma in jubilation when District Commissioner Sheena Muleya with Choma New Apostolic Church apostle Becker Chakwana (not in picture) commissioned a newly built ablution block for the school

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PUPILS at Kalundu Ka Maria Primary School in Choma in jubilation when District Commissioner Sheena Muleya with Choma New Apostolic Church apostle Becker Chakwana (not in picture) commissioned a newly built ablution block for the school
PUPILS at Kalundu Ka Maria Primary School in Choma in jubilation when District Commissioner Sheena Muleya with Choma New Apostolic Church apostle Becker Chakwana (not in picture) commissioned a newly built ablution block for the school

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 CHOMA New Apostolic Church apostle Becker Chakwana (left) with Choma District Commissioner Sheena Muleya during commissioning of a newly built ablution block at Kalundu Ka Maria Primary School
CHOMA New Apostolic Church apostle Becker Chakwana (left) with Choma District Commissioner Sheena Muleya during commissioning of a newly built ablution block at Kalundu Ka Maria Primary School

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 CHOMA District Commissioner Sheena Muleya (left) with Choma New Apostolic Church apostle Becker Chakwana during commissioning of a newly built ablution block at Kalundu Ka Maria Primary School
CHOMA District Commissioner Sheena Muleya (left) with Choma New Apostolic Church apostle Becker Chakwana during commissioning of a newly built ablution block at Kalundu Ka Maria Primary School

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Lewanika General Hospital Radiographer Technologist Angelica Mwaba (l) demonstrating how the breast cancer screening is done on a Mammography Machine as Western Province Assistant Secretary Sineva Kambenja (r) and Provincial Medical Officer Dr. Andrew Silumesii (c) observe during the Breast Cancer Awareness Month Commemoration at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu
Lewanika General Hospital Radiographer Technologist Angelica Mwaba (l) demonstrating how the breast cancer screening is done on a Mammography Machine as Western Province Assistant Secretary Sineva Kambenja (r) and Provincial Medical Officer Dr. Andrew Silumesii (c) observe during the Breast Cancer Awareness Month Commemoration at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu

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Lewanika General Hospital Radiographer Technologist Angelica Mwaba (l) demonstrates on a Mammography Machine as Western Province Assistant Secretary Sineva Kambenja (r), Provincial Medical Officer Dr. Andrew Silumesii (2nd r) and Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr. Mapani Mutanga (2nd l) observe during the Breast Cancer Awareness Month Commemoration at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu
Lewanika General Hospital Radiographer Technologist Angelica Mwaba (l) demonstrates on a Mammography Machine as Western Province Assistant Secretary Sineva Kambenja (r), Provincial Medical Officer Dr. Andrew Silumesii (2nd r) and Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr. Mapani Mutanga (2nd l) observe during the Breast Cancer Awareness Month Commemoration at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu

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 Lewanika General Hospital Mammography Department Dr. Kambinde Likambo (c) explains to Western Province Assistant Secretary Sineva Kambenja (r) as Provincial Medical Officer Dr. Andrew Silumesii (l) looks on during the Breast Cancer Awareness Month Commemoration at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu
Lewanika General Hospital Mammography Department Dr. Kambinde Likambo (c) explains to Western Province Assistant Secretary Sineva Kambenja (r) as Provincial Medical Officer Dr. Andrew Silumesii (l) looks on during the Breast Cancer Awareness Month Commemoration at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu

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Lewanika General Hospital Mammography Department matches during the Breast Cancer Awareness Month Commemoration in Mongu
Lewanika General Hospital Mammography Department matches during the Breast Cancer Awareness Month Commemoration in Mongu

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A woman performing during the Breast Cancer Awareness Month Commemoration at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu
A woman performing during the Breast Cancer Awareness Month Commemoration at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu

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Patriotic Front Member of the Central Committee Syacheye Madyenkuku (middle) introduces Choma central Constituency party secretary Joel Kamoko to the residents (not in picture) of Sikalongo ward while constituency chairperson Timothy Siakaziba looks on
Patriotic Front Member of the Central Committee Syacheye Madyenkuku (middle) introduces Choma central Constituency party secretary Joel Kamoko to the residents (not in picture) of Sikalongo ward while constituency chairperson Timothy Siakaziba looks on

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Patriotic Front Member of the Central Committee Syacheye Madyenkuku (middle) introduces Choma central Constituency party secretary Joel Kamoko to the residents (not in picture) of Sikalongo ward while constituency chairperson Timothy Siakaziba looks on
Patriotic Front Member of the Central Committee Syacheye Madyenkuku (middle) introduces Choma central Constituency party secretary Joel Kamoko to the residents (not in picture) of Sikalongo ward while constituency chairperson Timothy Siakaziba looks on

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Patriotic Front Member of the Central Committee Syacheye Madyenkuku (holding balls) with Choma central Constituency party secretary Joel Kamoko (left) and Constituency chairperson Timothy Siakaziba (immediate right) about to present footballs to the winner of the Sikalongo ward tournament sponsored by Mr Kamoko at the weekend. Insert, Limpo Siachaba (in green jersey) of Mochipapa Research football club fight for the ball with Moses Muleya of Sikalongo football club.
Patriotic Front Member of the Central Committee Syacheye Madyenkuku (holding balls) with Choma central Constituency party secretary Joel Kamoko (left) and Constituency chairperson Timothy Siakaziba (immediate right) about to present footballs to the winner of the Sikalongo ward tournament sponsored by Mr Kamoko at the weekend. Insert, Limpo Siachaba (in green jersey) of Mochipapa Research football club fight for the ball with Moses Muleya of Sikalongo football club.

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Limpo Siachaba (in green jersey) of Mochipapa Research football club fight for the ball with Moses Muleya of Sikalongo football club in which the two teams drew 1-1 at the weekend. Insert, Patriotic Front Member of the Central Committee Syacheye Madyenkuku (holding balls) with Choma central Constituency party secretary Joel Kamoko (left) and Constituency chairperson Timothy Siakaziba (immediate right) about to present footballs to the winner of the Sikalongo ward tournament
Limpo Siachaba (in green jersey) of Mochipapa Research football club fight for the ball with Moses Muleya of Sikalongo football club in which the two teams drew 1-1 at the weekend. Insert, Patriotic Front Member of the Central Committee Syacheye Madyenkuku (holding balls) with Choma central Constituency party secretary Joel Kamoko (left) and Constituency chairperson Timothy Siakaziba (immediate right) about to present footballs to the winner of the Sikalongo ward tournament

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Limpo Siachaba (in green jersey) of Mochipapa Research football club fight for the ball with Moses Muleya of Sikalongo football club in which the two teams drew 1-1 at the weekend. Insert, Patriotic Front Member of the Central Committee Syacheye Madyenkuku (holding balls) with Choma central Constituency party secretary Joel Kamoko (left) and Constituency chairperson Timothy Siakaziba (immediate right) about to present footballs to the winner of the Sikalongo ward tournament
Limpo Siachaba (in green jersey) of Mochipapa Research football club fight for the ball with Moses Muleya of Sikalongo football club in which the two teams drew 1-1 at the weekend. Insert, Patriotic Front Member of the Central Committee Syacheye Madyenkuku (holding balls) with Choma central Constituency party secretary Joel Kamoko (left) and Constituency chairperson Timothy Siakaziba (immediate right) about to present footballs to the winner of the Sikalongo ward tournament

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THE recent implementation of the revised national education curriculum by Government, which introduced teaching of local language syllabus from Pre-School to Grade four level in Primary Schools, is progressing well in Choma district, Southern Province. Above, Grade One pupils at Kalundu Ka Maria Primary School were found cheerfully learning how to construct sentences in Citonga in their classroom.
THE recent implementation of the revised national education curriculum by Government, which introduced teaching of local language syllabus from Pre-School to Grade four level in Primary Schools, is progressing well in Choma district, Southern Province. Above, Grade One pupils at Kalundu Ka Maria Primary School were found cheerfully learning how to construct sentences in Citonga in their classroom.

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THE recent implementation of the revised national education curriculum by Government, which introduced teaching of local language syllabus from Pre-School to Grade four level in Primary Schools, is progressing well in Choma district, Southern Province. Above, Grade One pupils at Kalundu Ka Maria Primary School were found cheerfully learning how to construct sentences in Citonga in their classroom.
THE recent implementation of the revised national education curriculum by Government, which introduced teaching of local language syllabus from Pre-School to Grade four level in Primary Schools, is progressing well in Choma district, Southern Province. Above, Grade One pupils at Kalundu Ka Maria Primary School were found cheerfully learning how to construct sentences in Citonga in their classroom.

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THE recent implementation of the revised national education curriculum by Government, which introduced teaching of local language syllabus from Pre-School to Grade four level in Primary Schools, is progressing well in Choma district, Southern Province. Above, Grade One pupils at Kalundu Ka Maria Primary School were found cheerfully learning how to construct sentences in Citonga in their classroom.
THE recent implementation of the revised national education curriculum by Government, which introduced teaching of local language syllabus from Pre-School to Grade four level in Primary Schools, is progressing well in Choma district, Southern Province. Above, Grade One pupils at Kalundu Ka Maria Primary School were found cheerfully learning how to construct sentences in Citonga in their classroom.

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MTN Launching Interactive White Smart Boards in Schools
MTN Launching Interactive White Smart Boards in Schools

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MTN Launching Interactive White Smart Boards in Schools
MTN Launching Interactive White Smart Boards in Schools

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KALOMO District council will soon have a modern structure. In the picture is a new structure under construction.
KALOMO District council will soon have a modern structure. In the picture is a new structure under construction.

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KALOMO District council will soon have a modern structure. In the picture is a new structure under construction.
KALOMO District council will soon have a modern structure. In the picture is a new structure under construction.

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KALOMO District council will soon have a modern structure. In the picture is a new structure under construction.
KALOMO District council will soon have a modern structure. In the picture is a new structure under construction.

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SOME of the roads in Choma district, which is now Southern province Headquarter, have been upgraded to bituminous standard. On the picture the contractor is now working on the drainage system before the onset of the rains.
SOME of the roads in Choma district, which is now Southern province Headquarter, have been upgraded to bituminous standard. On the picture the contractor is now working on the drainage system before the onset of the rains.

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SOME of the roads in Choma district, which is now Southern province Headquarter, have been upgraded to bituminous standard. On the picture the contractor is now working on the drainage system before the onset of the rains.
SOME of the roads in Choma district, which is now Southern province Headquarter, have been upgraded to bituminous standard. On the picture the contractor is now working on the drainage system before the onset of the rains.

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SOME of the roads in Choma district, which is now Southern province Headquarter, have been upgraded to bituminous standard. On the picture the contractor is now working on the drainage system before the onset of the rains.
SOME of the roads in Choma district, which is now Southern province Headquarter, have been upgraded to bituminous standard. On the picture the contractor is now working on the drainage system before the onset of the rains.

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President Lungu addresses Chililabombwe residents who had camped to catch a glimpse of him during a tour of Chililabombwe District Hospital which is being constructed by PF Government on Copperbelt on Friday, October 30,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu addresses Chililabombwe residents who had camped to catch a glimpse of him during a tour of Chililabombwe District Hospital which is being constructed by PF Government on Copperbelt on Friday, October 30,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

27FIRST LADY ESTHER LUNGU-GREETS CHILDREN @ TEZINDA PRIMARY SCHOOL 4

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President Lungu addresses Chililabombwe residents who had camped to catch a glimpse of him during a tour of Chililabombwe District Hospital which is being constructed by PF Government on Copperbelt on Friday, October 30,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu addresses Chililabombwe residents who had camped to catch a glimpse of him during a tour of Chililabombwe District Hospital which is being constructed by PF Government on Copperbelt on Friday, October 30,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Lungu addresses Chililabombwe residents who had camped to catch a glimpse of him during a tour of Chililabombwe District Hospital which is being constructed by PF Government on Copperbelt on Friday, October 30,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu addresses Chililabombwe residents who had camped to catch a glimpse of him during a tour of Chililabombwe District Hospital which is being constructed by PF Government on Copperbelt on Friday, October 30,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Lungu addresses Chililabombwe residents who had camped to catch a glimpse of him during a tour of Chililabombwe District Hospital which is being constructed by PF Government on Copperbelt on Friday, October 30,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu addresses Chililabombwe residents who had camped to catch a glimpse of him during a tour of Chililabombwe District Hospital which is being constructed by PF Government on Copperbelt on Friday, October 30,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

31PRESIDENT LUNGU VISITS -TEZINDA PRIMARY SCHOOL 1

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President Lungu and First Lady Esther Lungu during the Church service at St Margaret UCZ congregation in Kitwe on Sunday, November 1,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu and First Lady Esther Lungu during the Church service at St Margaret UCZ congregation in Kitwe on Sunday, November 1,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Lungu and First Lady Esther Lungu during the Church service at St Margaret UCZ congregation in Kitwe on Sunday, November 1,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu and First Lady Esther Lungu during the Church service at St Margaret UCZ congregation in Kitwe on Sunday, November 1,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Lungu and First Lady Esther Lungu receives a Bible from UCZ Bishop Sydney Sichilima during the Church service at St Margaret UCZ congregation in Kitwe on Sunday, November 1,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu and First Lady Esther Lungu receives a Bible from UCZ Bishop Sydney Sichilima during the Church service at St Margaret UCZ congregation in Kitwe on Sunday, November 1,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Lungu and First Lady Esther Lungu during the Church service at St Margaret UCZ congregation in Kitwe on Sunday, November 1,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu and First Lady Esther Lungu during the Church service at St Margaret UCZ congregation in Kitwe on Sunday, November 1,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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UCZ Church choir during the Church service at St Margaret UCZ congregation in Kitwe on Sunday, November 1,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
UCZ Church choir during the Church service at St Margaret UCZ congregation in Kitwe on Sunday, November 1,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Lungu with First Lady Esther Lungu, ministers and UCZ Church leaders after the Church service at St Margaret UCZ congregation in Kitwe on Sunday, November 1,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu with First Lady Esther Lungu, ministers and UCZ Church leaders after the Church service at St Margaret UCZ congregation in Kitwe on Sunday, November 1,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Nkana striker Tshimenga celebrates after scoring against Might Mufulira Wanderers in Kitwe on Sunday, November 1,2015 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
Nkana striker Tshimenga celebrates after scoring against Might Mufulira Wanderers in Kitwe on Sunday, November 1,2015 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA

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Nkana striker Tshimenga celebrates after scoring against Might Mufulira Wanderers in Kitwe on Sunday, November 1,2015 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
Nkana striker Tshimenga celebrates after scoring against Might Mufulira Wanderers in Kitwe on Sunday, November 1,2015 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA

9 COMMENTS

  1. I doubt if these pictures were taken in 2015. Looks like they were taken from an 18th Century book. Such levels of poverty and filth, disgusting!

    • @Suntwe, these curses and “disgusting” you have brought with your Lungu and not inspiring. Why do you think we want to remove PF since the dream of eradicating poverty died last year with Sata?

    • @Nostradamus
      You need to act quickly and get rid of this visionless, sweet-talking, drunk called Edgar Lungu. Zambia can’t afford to sink deeper than this!

  2. When I look at the buildings constructed in Zambia I wonder if we have architects? Building should not be designed just to serve their purpose but they should beautify a place as well.

  3. Is ECL a born again? I concur with zambian namayo sure that flat stupid building is going to be iffice structure for kalomo district leaders?In Cambodia where iam working and living its not even fit to be a piggery UNIT, its unfortunate that all zambian presidents none is an engineer, SATA was better , HH is worse

  4. How can we be there when all big buildings are designed in china, contractors are chinese and they come to zambia with their civil engineers, land surveyors and quantity surveyors? There is nothing for a zambian professional. Those toilets and council building are designed by unqualified council technicians.

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