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Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (r) sorting Blankets before distributing to disaster victims of a firestorm which burnt the entire Imuba Village to ashes. Government has released 100 x 50kg bags of maize, 3 bales of blankets, Kitchen Utensils and Clothes through Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU). Imuba Village of 17 households with a population of 82 people got burnt
Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (r) sorting Blankets before distributing to disaster victims of a firestorm which burnt the entire Imuba Village to ashes. Government has released 100 x 50kg bags of maize, 3 bales of blankets, Kitchen Utensils and Clothes through Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU). Imuba Village of 17 households with a population of 82 people got burnt

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Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (l) and DMMU District Secretary Matakala Mbangweta (r) counter checking kitchen utensils during the distribution of relief support to disaster victims of a firestorm which burnt the entire Imuba Village to ashes in Lower Katongo area in Mongu.
Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (l) and DMMU District Secretary Matakala Mbangweta (r) counter checking kitchen utensils during the distribution of relief support to disaster victims of a firestorm which burnt the entire Imuba Village to ashes in Lower Katongo area in Mongu.

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Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (l) and DMMU District Secretary Matakala Mbangweta (c) listing clothes to be given to disaster victims of a firestorm which burnt the entire Imuba Village to ashes in Lower Katongo area in Mongu.
Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (l) and DMMU District Secretary Matakala Mbangweta (c) listing clothes to be given to disaster victims of a firestorm which burnt the entire Imuba Village to ashes in Lower Katongo area in Mongu.

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DMMU District Secretary Matakala Mbangweta (r) distributing kitchen utensils to disaster victims of a firestorm which burnt the entire Imuba Village to ashes in Lower Katongo area in Mongu.
DMMU District Secretary Matakala Mbangweta (r) distributing kitchen utensils to disaster victims of a firestorm which burnt the entire Imuba Village to ashes in Lower Katongo area in Mongu.

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A woman (c) of Imuba Village gathers her relief support from DMMU as a victim of a firestorm which burnt the entire village to ashes in Lower Katongo area in Mongu.
A woman (c) of Imuba Village gathers her relief support from DMMU as a victim of a firestorm which burnt the entire village to ashes in Lower Katongo area in Mongu.

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 Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (r) introducing Dates, Saudi Arabian fruits to disaster victims of a firestorm which burnt the entire Imuba Village to ashes in Lower Katongo area in Mongu.
Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (r) introducing Dates, Saudi Arabian fruits to disaster victims of a firestorm which burnt the entire Imuba Village to ashes in Lower Katongo area in Mongu.

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 A boy of Imuba Village collects blankets as relief support from DMMU to victims of a firestorm which burnt the entire village to ashes in Lower Katongo area in Mongu.
A boy of Imuba Village collects blankets as relief support from DMMU to victims of a firestorm which burnt the entire village to ashes in Lower Katongo area in Mongu.

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 Lutopu Lutopu of Imuba Village standing at the site where his 2 ½ year old son died in the house during a firestorm which burnt the entire village to ashes in Lower Katongo area in Mongu.
Lutopu Lutopu of Imuba Village standing at the site where his 2 ½ year old son died in the house during a firestorm which burnt the entire village to ashes in Lower Katongo area in Mongu.

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CHOMA residents catch a glimpse of a Copperbelt bound abnormal load truck along the Choma-Lusaka Road from South Africa
CHOMA residents catch a glimpse of a Copperbelt bound abnormal load truck along the Choma-Lusaka Road from South Africa

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CHOMA residents catch a glimpse of a Copperbelt bound abnormal load truck along the Choma-Lusaka Road from South Africa
CHOMA residents catch a glimpse of a Copperbelt bound abnormal load truck along the Choma-Lusaka Road from South Africa

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CHOMA residents catch a glimpse of a Copperbelt bound abnormal load truck along the Choma-Lusaka Road from South Africa
CHOMA residents catch a glimpse of a Copperbelt bound abnormal load truck along the Choma-Lusaka Road from South Africa

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CHOMA residents catch a glimpse of a Copperbelt bound abnormal load truck along the Choma-Lusaka Road from South Africa
CHOMA residents catch a glimpse of a Copperbelt bound abnormal load truck along the Choma-Lusaka Road from South Africa

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CHOMA residents catch a glimpse of a Copperbelt bound abnormal load truck along the Choma-Lusaka Road from South Africa
CHOMA residents catch a glimpse of a Copperbelt bound abnormal load truck along the Choma-Lusaka Road from South Africa

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Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo being assisted by Chadiza District Commissioner George Phiri cutting the ribbon to signify the official handover of the nine vehicles to District Commissioners in Eastern Province in Chipata
Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo being assisted by Chadiza District Commissioner George Phiri cutting the ribbon to signify the official handover of the nine vehicles to District Commissioners in Eastern Province in Chipata

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Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo being assisted by Chadiza District Commissioner George Phiri cutting the ribbon to signify the official handover of the nine vehicles to District Commissioners in Eastern Province in Chipata
Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo being assisted by Chadiza District Commissioner George Phiri cutting the ribbon to signify the official handover of the nine vehicles to District Commissioners in Eastern Province in Chipata

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Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo being assisted by Chadiza District Commissioner George Phiri cutting the ribbon to signify the official handover of the nine vehicles to District Commissioners in Eastern Province in Chipata
Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo being assisted by Chadiza District Commissioner George Phiri cutting the ribbon to signify the official handover of the nine vehicles to District Commissioners in Eastern Province in Chipata 

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Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo talking to Chadiza District Commissioner George Phiri before handover a vehicle to him in Chipata
Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo talking to Chadiza District Commissioner George Phiri before handover a vehicle to him in Chipata

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Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo congratulating Chipata District Commissioner Kalunga Zulu after handover ceremony of the newly procured vehicles for the District Commissioners in Eastern Province in Chipata
Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo congratulating Chipata District Commissioner Kalunga Zulu after handover ceremony of the newly procured vehicles for the District Commissioners in Eastern Province in Chipata

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Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo sharing a light moment with Chipata District Commissioner Kalunga Zulu after handover ceremony of the newly procured vehicle for the District Commissioners in Eastern Province in Chipata
Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo sharing a light moment with Chipata District Commissioner Kalunga Zulu after handover ceremony of the newly procured vehicle for the District Commissioners in Eastern Province in Chipata

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The department of National Registration, Passport and Citizenship in North-Western has intensified the issuance of national registration card to eligible Zambians in the province before the registration of voters’ come to an end on11th November, 2015. Above, teenagers accompanied by their guardians wait to be issued with the national identification document at the Boma offices in Solwezi
The department of National Registration, Passport and Citizenship in North-Western has intensified the issuance of national registration card to eligible Zambians in the province before the registration of voters’ come to an end on11th November, 2015. Above, teenagers accompanied by their guardians wait to be issued with the national identification document at the Boma offices in Solwezi

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Higher Education Minister Dr Micheal Kaingu feeding Mulungushi Vice Chancellor Prof. Hellicy Ng'ambi a cake during Mulungushi University's 7th graduation ceremony. Looking on (right) is Mulungushi University Chancellor Prof. Oliver Saasa.
Higher Education Minister Dr Micheal Kaingu feeding Mulungushi Vice Chancellor Prof. Hellicy Ng’ambi a cake during Mulungushi University’s 7th graduation ceremony. Looking on (right) is Mulungushi University Chancellor Prof. Oliver Saasa.

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Mulungushi University Vice Chancellor Prof. Hellicy Ng'ambi presenting the ZANACO prize for the best graduating student in Bachelor of commerce accounting and finance stream to Wamulume Mushala during Mulungushi University 7th graduation ceremony
Mulungushi University Vice Chancellor Prof. Hellicy Ng’ambi presenting the ZANACO prize for the best graduating student in Bachelor of commerce accounting and finance stream to Wamulume Mushala during Mulungushi University 7th graduation ceremony

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First Lady Esther Lungu listens to Planned Parenthood Association of Zambia Executive Director Edford Mutuma (R) as Mama Kankasa looks on during the launch of Mama Kankasa Health Voucher at Pamodzhi Hotel on Thursday, November 5,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu listens to Planned Parenthood Association of Zambia Executive Director Edford Mutuma (R) as Mama Kankasa looks on during the launch of Mama Kankasa Health Voucher at Pamodzhi Hotel on Thursday, November 5,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu with Mama Kankasa during the launch of Mama Kankasa Health Voucher at Pamodzhi Hotel on Thursday, November 5,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu with Mama Kankasa during the launch of Mama Kankasa Health Voucher at Pamodzhi Hotel on Thursday, November 5,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu with Chieftainess Nkomeshya during the launch of Mama Kankasa Health Voucher at Pamodzhi Hotel on Thursday, November 5,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu with Chieftainess Nkomeshya during the launch of Mama Kankasa Health Voucher at Pamodzhi Hotel on Thursday, November 5,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu with Mama Kankasa during the launch of Mama Kankasa Health Voucher at Pamodzhi Hotel on Thursday, November 5,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu with Mama Kankasa during the launch of Mama Kankasa Health Voucher at Pamodzhi Hotel on Thursday, November 5,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Exile (Israel) and Nalu during the Launch of Mama Kankasa Health voucher at Pamodzi Hotel on Thursday, November 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Exile (Israel) and Nalu during the Launch of Mama Kankasa Health voucher at Pamodzi Hotel on Thursday, November 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Exile (Israel) and Nalu during the Launch of Mama Kankasa Health voucher at Pamodzi Hotel on Thursday, November 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Exile (Israel) and Nalu during the Launch of Mama Kankasa Health voucher at Pamodzi Hotel on Thursday, November 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Exile (Israel) and Nalu during the Launch of Mama Kankasa Health voucher at Pamodzi Hotel on Thursday, November 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Exile (Israel) and Nalu during the Launch of Mama Kankasa Health voucher at Pamodzi Hotel on Thursday, November 6,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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NALU
NALU

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EXILE
EXILE

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President Edgar Lungu welcomed by Mpongwe District commissioner Keith Maila shortly before addressing a public rally in the district
President Edgar Lungu welcomed by Mpongwe District commissioner Keith Maila shortly before addressing a public rally in the district

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President Edgar Lungu poses for a photograph with catholic nuns at Ibenga girl’s secondary school in Mpongwe shortly after visiting the facility.
President Edgar Lungu poses for a photograph with catholic nuns at Ibenga girl’s secondary school in Mpongwe shortly after visiting the facility.

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President Edgar Lungu poses for a photograph with teachers from Ibenga girl’s secondary school in Mpongwe shortly after visiting the facility.
President Edgar Lungu poses for a photograph with teachers from Ibenga girl’s secondary school in Mpongwe shortly after visiting the facility.

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First Lady Esther Lungu with Sinozam Frendship Hospital Chief Medical officer Dr Xi Sheng Qin when she visited two Injured Chinese national admitted to Sinozam Friendship Hospital before attending burial of the three who were murdered on the Copperbelt. This was in Kitwe on Tuesday, November 3,2015-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu with Sinozam Frendship Hospital Chief Medical officer Dr Xi Sheng Qin when she visited two Injured Chinese national admitted to Sinozam Friendship Hospital before attending burial of the three who were murdered on the Copperbelt. This was in Kitwe on Tuesday, November 3,2015-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu with Sinozam Frendship Hospital Chief Medical officer Dr Xi Sheng Qin when she visited two Injured Chinese national admitted to Sinozam Friendship Hospital before attending burial of the three who were murdered on the Copperbelt. This was in Kitwe on Tuesday, November 3,2015-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu with Sinozam Frendship Hospital Chief Medical officer Dr Xi Sheng Qin when she visited two Injured Chinese national admitted to Sinozam Friendship Hospital before attending burial of the three who were murdered on the Copperbelt. This was in Kitwe on Tuesday, November 3,2015-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu with Sinozam Frendship Hospital Chief Medical officer Dr Xi Sheng Qin when she visited two Injured Chinese national admitted to Sinozam Friendship Hospital before attending burial of the three who were murdered on the Copperbelt. This was in Kitwe on Tuesday, November 3,2015-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu with Sinozam Frendship Hospital Chief Medical officer Dr Xi Sheng Qin when she visited two Injured Chinese national admitted to Sinozam Friendship Hospital before attending burial of the three who were murdered on the Copperbelt. This was in Kitwe on Tuesday, November 3,2015-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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28 COMMENTS

  1. Good to see clean streets in Choma. But mu Zambia we now have two extremes of some women like old mama Kankasa using jft ambi to the extremes while some are getting darker because of the sun.what is the answer to the two extremes? LT what is this mama Kankasa health voucher?

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  2. People reacived blankets and pots so vote for PF . Mr back Parker president is ever were on holiday , has he got a office to work ?

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  3. Mwema Engineers twebeniko. Bushe Chinshi chilya pa chimbayambaya? What does it do in the mines? And also Couldn’t we have made it in Zed? Is making it in SA and bringing it all the way here the most economical procedure? Sancho

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    • Very funny. Tell me a company that’s makes needles or INNYELTI MU ZAMBIA than you want to ask about making Crane Parts. Mu Pepa Bwino Dobo!! LOL

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  4. that abnormal load should not be on the road during the day, plus its killing our roads cant wait for toll boths to go up so the can charge those guys for road maintence

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  5. Poverty is a serious thing. We have to leave it and jump out of the death spiral because we are a blessed nation and rich beyond measure.

    If we can teach our people basic knowledge and skills, they can prevent things such as firestorms and don’t have to rely on hand outs. If we can set up large-scale industrial plants within the country, we can manufacture almost everything and do not require the importation of heavy equipment on abnormal trucks via neighbouring countries.

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  6. PIX btwn 1 and 7 surely takwaliko ama blankets ayasuma? PIX btwn 14 and 19, I like this Kasolo guy. I think he is a very progressive mind and very modern. PIX btwn 35 and 37, THIS IS JUST NOT WHAT WE WANT IN ZAMBIA. ZAMBIA IS A PEACEFUL COUNTRY AND BAD EGGS MUST BE HANGED OR LOCKED UP. THIS LOSS OF INNOCENT LIVES ARE UNCALLED FOR AND MUST BE CONDEMNED BY ALL AND STOPPED. THE 3 WHO WERE MURDERED DID NOT REALLY DESERVE IT. NEITHER DID THOSE WHO WERE BRUTALLY INJURED. MY HUMBLE APPEAL TO THOSE WHO CAN AFFORD IS THAT THEY SHOULD INSTALL CCTV IN THEIR OFFICES AND RESIDENCES TO HELP POLICE TRACE THESE BAD EGGS AND DETER MORE MURDER INCIDENTS AIMED AT RICH PEOPLE.

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  7. …that looks like an overhead crane girder….we definitely have the workshops and the capacity to fabricate such…..Meltcast former Techpro workshop….Copperbelt steel in Kitwe have the capacity and the expertise to fabricate da same…..if only we had a political will to discourage such imports….denying us jobs and undue stress on our tarred roads….

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    • does it mean the rail line in zambia is none functioning,such abnormal equipment is suppose to be ferried using rail system.

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  8. A normal person can see that she was visiting a patient in hospital. Unless you are blind to think otherwise.

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    • But the Scrutinizer is right………The first ladies observations using her hand is irrelevant to say the list, bushe ukumono mulelwe kulakasana pamibili. It was the late first lady yes, it was going to make sence because she was a medical doctor herself, not aba bana maliketi pa Nakadoli Market ku Kitwe.

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  9. Planzo you are another important and intelligent contributor on this forum, asking intelligent and helpful questions. It’s why Zambia need people like you, who can ask those questions. No one will develop Zambia but ourselves and this includes all political leaders and every Zambian irrespective of status in society. Take a leaf from Rwanda and ask ourselves. It’s a collective failure as Zambians and not unip ,mmd, pf or any other party but all of us. Don’t be to good at talking only, offer solutions then you will be counted. People want to know where they are going, before they trust you.

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  10. Nice to see Sister Jato head teacher at Ibenga on pictures 33, 2nd from left kneeling and 34, standing on the far left. Met her a number of times when my little princess was at Ibenga. Very good school

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  11. Good journalism should have stated what this “abnormal load” was and what it was going to become on the Copperbelt.

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  12. @ATASE…THIS IS WEEKEND IN PICTURES. JUST PICTURES IWE WITH FEW COMMENTS. YASHANI IMWE BA ZED…RESEARCH…

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