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Western Province Zambia Police inspecting demolished tomb stones on grave sites by encroachers who are building houses in the old Mongu Cemetery yesterday. Government has warned against all illegal activities happening in the old cemetery.
Western Province Zambia Police inspecting demolished tomb stones on grave sites by encroachers who are building houses in the old Mongu Cemetery yesterday. Government has warned against all illegal activities happening in the old cemetery.

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 Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (c) and his Town Clerk Mwiya Mwiya (r) checking the dates on the tomb stone on a grave site yesterday which encroachers who are building houses in the old Mongu Cemetery are demolishing.
Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (c) and his Town Clerk Mwiya Mwiya (r) checking the dates on the tomb stone on a grave site yesterday which encroachers who are building houses in the old Mongu Cemetery are demolishing.

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Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (c) and his Town Clerk Mwiya Mwiya (l) checking the dates on the tomb stone on a grave site yesterday which encroachers who are building houses in the old Mongu Cemetery are demolishing.
Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (c) and his Town Clerk Mwiya Mwiya (l) checking the dates on the tomb stone on a grave site yesterday which encroachers who are building houses in the old Mongu Cemetery are demolishing.

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 Western Province Police Commissioner Charles Lungu (r) showing some of the 14 recovered cattle after a police operation in Limulunga District yesterday. The animals were stolen last October from Mr. Mubita Liyali of Kakula Village and found at Mr. Muyunda Manima’s crawl of Kalale area and five suspects are I custody while two are still at large.
Western Province Police Commissioner Charles Lungu (r) showing some of the 14 recovered cattle after a police operation in Limulunga District . The animals were stolen last October from Mr. Mubita Liyali of Kakula Village and found at Mr. Muyunda Manima’s crawl of Kalale area and five suspects are I custody while two are still at large.

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Western Province Police Commissioner Charles Lungu (r) inspecting some of the 14 recovered cattle after a police operation in Limulunga District
Western Province Police Commissioner Charles Lungu (r) inspecting some of the 14 recovered cattle after a police operation in Limulunga District

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Western Province Police Commissioner Charles Lungu (r) issuing an official statement about the 14 recovered cattle after a police operation in Limulunga District
Western Province Police Commissioner Charles Lungu (r) issuing an official statement about the 14 recovered cattle after a police operation in Limulunga District

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Some of the 14 recovered cattle after a police operation in Limulunga District
Some of the 14 recovered cattle after a police operation in Limulunga District

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Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (r) on a motorbike during the donation of 14 motorbikes and 300 bicycles to Government Ministries involved in Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) activities to fight against malnutrition in children in Mongu
Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (r) on a motorbike during the donation of 14 motorbikes and 300 bicycles to Government Ministries involved in Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) activities to fight against malnutrition in children in Mongu

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Mongu District Agriculture officers after receiving their motorbikes during the donation of 14 motorbikes and 300 bicycles to Government Ministries involved in Scaling Up Nutrition activities to fight against malnutrition in children in Mongu
Mongu District Agriculture officers after receiving their motorbikes during the donation of 14 motorbikes and 300 bicycles to Government Ministries involved in Scaling Up Nutrition activities to fight against malnutrition in children in Mongu

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Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (c) urging officers to use motorbikes for the intended purpose during the donation of 14 motorbikes and 300 bicycles to Government Ministries involved in Scaling Up Nutrition activities to fight against malnutrition in children in Mongu
Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (c) urging officers to use motorbikes for the intended purpose during the donation of 14 motorbikes and 300 bicycles to Government Ministries involved in Scaling Up Nutrition activities to fight against malnutrition in children in Mongu

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Mongu District Agriculture Officer Chabalanga Ng’ambi (r) on a motorbike during the donation of 14 motorbikes and 300 bicycles to Government Ministries involved in Scaling Up Nutrition activities to fight against malnutrition in children in Mongu
Mongu District Agriculture Officer Chabalanga Ng’ambi (r) on a motorbike during the donation of 14 motorbikes and 300 bicycles to Government Ministries involved in Scaling Up Nutrition activities to fight against malnutrition in children in Mongu

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The chef instructor for Lusaka youth resource center Mr. Prince Kampanoa explains to the Acting Permanent Secretary Ministry of Youth Sport and child Development Mr. Alfonso Banda (l) next the deputy inspector general of police Mr. Engine Sibote (c) how they operates at the center during the graduation ceremony for the Lusaka youth resource center
The chef instructor for Lusaka youth resource center Mr. Prince Kampanoa explains to the Acting Permanent Secretary Ministry of Youth Sport and child Development Mr. Alfonso Banda (l) next the deputy inspector general of police Mr. Engine Sibote (c) how they operates at the center during the graduation ceremony for the Lusaka youth resource center

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 A class room of Student at the Lusaka Youth Resource Center
A classroom of Student at the Lusaka Youth Resource Center

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 The head of department of construction at Lusaka Youth Center Mr. Kaimana Charles shows part of the work to the Acting Permanent Secretary Ministry of Youth Sport and child Development Mr. Alfonso Banda (r) next the deputy inspector general of police Mr. Engine Sibote (c) during the graduation ceremony for the Lusaka youth resource center
The head of department of construction at Lusaka Youth Center Mr. Kaimana Charles shows part of the work to the Acting Permanent Secretary Ministry of Youth Sport and child Development Mr. Alfonso Banda (r) next the deputy inspector general of police Mr. Engine Sibote (c) during the graduation ceremony for the Lusaka youth resource center

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A class room of Student studying tailoring and design at the Lusaka Youth Resource Center
A classroom of Student studying tailoring and design at the Lusaka Youth Resource Center

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Students at Lusaka Resource Center graduates at Lusaka youth resource center,
Students at Lusaka Resource Center graduates at Lusaka youth resource center,

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Graduates at Lusaka youth resource center pause for photo with the Acting Permanent Secretary Ministry of Youth Sport and child Development Mr. Alfonso Banda and the Deputy inspector general of police Mr. Engine Sibote
Graduates at Lusaka youth resource center pause for photo with the Acting Permanent Secretary Ministry of Youth Sport and child Development Mr. Alfonso Banda and the Deputy inspector general of police Mr. Engine Sibote

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The head of department of construction at Lusaka Youth Center Mr. Kaimana Charles shows part of the work to the Acting Permanent Secretary Ministry of Youth Sport and child Development Mr. Alfonso Banda (r) next the Deputy inspector general of police Mr. Engine Sibote (c) during the graduation ceremony for the Lusaka youth resource center
The head of department of construction at Lusaka Youth Center Mr. Kaimana Charles shows part of the work to the Acting Permanent Secretary Ministry of Youth Sport and child Development Mr. Alfonso Banda (r) next the Deputy inspector general of police Mr. Engine Sibote (c) during the graduation ceremony for the Lusaka youth resource center

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Ministry of Home Affairs Permanent Secretary Elwyn Chomba have a moment with Dr. Nkuliyinooma Anastase shortly after giving him resident permit during the launch of Integration for Former Rwandan Refugees at the Commissioner for Refugees Conference room
Ministry of Home Affairs Permanent Secretary Elwyn Chomba have a moment with Dr. Nkuliyinooma Anastase shortly after giving him resident permit during the launch of Integration for Former Rwandan Refugees at the Commissioner for Refugees Conference room

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Ministry of Home Affairs Permanent Secretary Elwyn Chomba gives Alexia Nyiraminani resident permit whilst her Deputy Permanent Secretary Willies Manjimela (c) looks on during the launch of Integration for Former Rwandan Refugees at the Commissioner for Refugees Conference room
Ministry of Home Affairs Permanent Secretary Elwyn Chomba gives Alexia Nyiraminani resident permit whilst her Deputy Permanent Secretary Willies Manjimela (c) looks on during the launch of Integration for Former Rwandan Refugees at the Commissioner for Refugees Conference room

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Ministry of Home Affairs Permanent Secretary Elwyn Chomba gives Marie Reine Rutagwera resident permit whilst her Deputy Permanent Secretary Willies Manjimela (c) looks on during the launch of Integration for Former Rwandan Refugees at the Commissioner for Refugees Conference room
Ministry of Home Affairs Permanent Secretary Elwyn Chomba gives Marie Reine Rutagwera resident permit whilst her Deputy Permanent Secretary Willies Manjimela (c) looks on during the launch of Integration for Former Rwandan Refugees at the Commissioner for Refugees Conference room

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Ministry of Home Affairs Permanent Secretary Elwyn Chomba gives Alain-Jules Kayihura resident permit whilst her Deputy Permanent Secretary Willies Manjimela (c) looks on during the launch of Integration for Former Rwandan Refugees at the Commissioner for Refugees Conference room
Ministry of Home Affairs Permanent Secretary Elwyn Chomba gives Alain-Jules Kayihura resident permit whilst her Deputy Permanent Secretary Willies Manjimela (c) looks on during the launch of Integration for Former Rwandan Refugees at the Commissioner for Refugees Conference room

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 Government through Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) has started airlifting relief Maize to Luano Valley in a bid to mitigate the hunger situation in the area. In the picture, residents getting maize from the ZAF chopper
Government through Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) has started airlifting relief Maize to Luano Valley in a bid to mitigate the hunger situation in the area. In the picture, residents getting maize from the ZAF chopper

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 Government through Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) has started airlifting relief Maize to Luano Valley in a bid to mitigate the hunger situation in the area. In the picture, residents getting maize from the ZAF chopper
Government through Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) has started airlifting relief Maize to Luano Valley in a bid to mitigate the hunger situation in the area. In the picture, residents getting maize from the ZAF chopper

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Kulima Tower station floods during recent rains in Lusaka
Kulima Tower station floods during recent rains in Lusaka

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Kulima Tower station floods during recent rains in Lusaka
Kulima Tower station floods during recent rains in Lusaka

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CHOMA Trades Training Institute principal Tom Kapamba (left) shows Southern Province deputy Permanent Secretary Douglas Ngimbu (middle), Higher Education Minister Michael Kaingu (in white shirt) and College vice board chairperson Subi Thomas (far right) some school desks being made by carpentry students at the College
CHOMA Trades Training Institute principal Tom Kapamba (left) shows Southern Province deputy Permanent Secretary Douglas Ngimbu (middle), Higher Education Minister Michael Kaingu (in white shirt) and College vice board chairperson Subi Thomas (far right) some school desks being made by carpentry students at the College

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CHOMA Trades Training Institute principal Tom Kapamba (left) shows Southern Province deputy Permanent Secretary Douglas Ngimbu (middle), Higher Education Minister Michael Kaingu (in white shirt) and College vice board chairperson Subi Thomas (far right) some school desks being made by carpentry students at the College
CHOMA Trades Training Institute principal Tom Kapamba (left) shows Southern Province deputy Permanent Secretary Douglas Ngimbu (middle), Higher Education Minister Michael Kaingu (in white shirt) and College vice board chairperson Subi Thomas (far right) some school desks being made by carpentry students at the College

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CHOMA Trades Training Institute principal Tom Kapamba (left) shows Southern Province deputy Permanent Secretary Douglas Ngimbu (middle), Higher Education Minister Michael Kaingu (in white shirt) and College vice board chairperson Subi Thomas (far right) some school desks being made by carpentry students at the College
CHOMA Trades Training Institute principal Tom Kapamba (left) shows Southern Province deputy Permanent Secretary Douglas Ngimbu (middle), Higher Education Minister Michael Kaingu (in white shirt) and College vice board chairperson Subi Thomas (far right) some school desks being made by carpentry students at the College

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CHOMA Trades Training Institute principal Tom Kapamba (left) shows Southern Province deputy Permanent Secretary Douglas Ngimbu (middle), Higher Education Minister Michael Kaingu (in white shirt) and College vice board chairperson Subi Thomas (far right) some school desks being made by carpentry students at the College
CHOMA Trades Training Institute principal Tom Kapamba (left) shows Southern Province deputy Permanent Secretary Douglas Ngimbu (middle), Higher Education Minister Michael Kaingu (in white shirt) and College vice board chairperson Subi Thomas (far right) some school desks being made by carpentry students at the College

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CHOMA Trades Training Institute principal Tom Kapamba (left) shows Southern Province deputy Permanent Secretary Douglas Ngimbu (middle), Higher Education Minister Michael Kaingu (in white shirt) and College vice board chairperson Subi Thomas (far right) some school desks being made by carpentry students at the College
CHOMA Trades Training Institute principal Tom Kapamba (left) shows Southern Province deputy Permanent Secretary Douglas Ngimbu (middle), Higher Education Minister Michael Kaingu (in white shirt) and College vice board chairperson Subi Thomas (far right) some school desks being made by carpentry students at the College

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CHOMA Trades Training Institute principal Tom Kapamba (left) shows Southern Province deputy Permanent Secretary Douglas Ngimbu (middle), Higher Education Minister Michael Kaingu (in white shirt) and College vice board chairperson Subi Thomas (far right) some school desks being made by carpentry students at the College
CHOMA Trades Training Institute principal Tom Kapamba (left) shows Southern Province deputy Permanent Secretary Douglas Ngimbu (middle), Higher Education Minister Michael Kaingu (in white shirt) and College vice board chairperson Subi Thomas (far right) some school desks being made by carpentry students at the College

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CHOMA District is receiving massive infrastructural projects for various departments of Government, a move which is firmly changing the facelift of the Southern Province Capital. Above, is the front part of a new Local Court being constructed by Chusaka Construction Limited adjacent to the old building. The project has reached an advanced stage
CHOMA District is receiving massive infrastructural projects for various departments of Government, a move which is firmly changing the facelift of the Southern Province Capital. Above, is the front part of a new Local Court being constructed by Chusaka Construction Limited adjacent to the old building. The project has reached an advanced stage

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CHOMA District is receiving massive infrastructural projects for various departments of Government, a move which is firmly changing the facelift of the Southern Province Capital. Above, is the front part of a new Local Court being constructed by Chusaka Construction Limited adjacent to the old building. The project has reached an advanced stage
CHOMA District is receiving massive infrastructural projects for various departments of Government, a move which is firmly changing the facelift of the Southern Province Capital. Above, is the front part of a new Local Court being constructed by Chusaka Construction Limited adjacent to the old building. The project has reached an advanced stage

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CHOMA District is receiving massive infrastructural projects for various departments of Government, a move which is firmly changing the facelift of the Southern Province Capital. Above, is the front part of a new Local Court being constructed by Chusaka Construction Limited adjacent to the old building. The project has reached an advanced stage
CHOMA District is receiving massive infrastructural projects for various departments of Government, a move which is firmly changing the facelift of the Southern Province Capital. Above, is the front part of a new Local Court being constructed by Chusaka Construction Limited adjacent to the old building. The project has reached an advanced stage

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Deputy Minister of Health Dr Chitalu Chilufya attends to the first patient Ms Eustance Chiyumba at the newly opened Muunyumabisi Health Post in Monze District yesterday. The Health Post was constructed by Megha Engineering and Infrastructure Limited of India.
Deputy Minister of Health Dr Chitalu Chilufya attends to the first patient Ms Eustance Chiyumba at the newly opened Muunyumabisi Health Post in Monze District yesterday. The Health Post was constructed by Megha Engineering and Infrastructure Limited of India.

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Monze District Patriotic Front Chairperson Mr. Gilbert Mwila(In blue suit and red tie) and others senior party officials joins in dancing with Muunyumabisi community of Monze District in cerebration of the commissioning of the Health Post expected to cater for more than 3,000 people in the area.
Monze District Patriotic Front Chairperson Mr. Gilbert Mwila(In blue suit and red tie) and others senior party officials joins in dancing with Muunyumabisi community of Monze District in cerebration of the commissioning of the Health Post expected to cater for more than 3,000 people in the area.

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Monze District Commssioner Mr. Cyprian Hamanyanga ( right), Deputy Minister of Health Dr Chitalu Chilufya( second from right) and other senior health officials join in dancing during the joyous occasion to mark the commissioning of Muunyumabisi Health Post in Monze District
Monze District Commssioner Mr. Cyprian Hamanyanga ( right), Deputy Minister of Health Dr Chitalu Chilufya( second from right) and other senior health officials join in dancing during the joyous occasion to mark the commissioning of Muunyumabisi Health Post in Monze District

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The completed Muunyumabisi Health Post which was officially opened by Deputy Minister of Health Dr Chitalu Chilufya yesteroday. The Health Post is the first to be completed in the District out of the total of 11 allocated to Monze District.
The completed Muunyumabisi Health Post which was officially opened by Deputy Minister of Health Dr Chitalu Chilufya yesteroday. The Health Post is the first to be completed in the District out of the total of 11 allocated to Monze District.

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Muunyumabisi Health Post Sister –In-Charge Mambo Hacheenyu(left) leads Deputy Minister of Health Dr Chitalu Chilufya(right) during the inspection of the health facility which the Minister commissioned yesterday in Monze District.
Muunyumabisi Health Post Sister –In-Charge Mambo Hacheenyu(left) leads Deputy Minister of Health Dr Chitalu Chilufya(right) during the inspection of the health facility which the Minister commissioned yesterday in Monze District.

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Chief Hamusonde of the Monze District (Right in a brown hat) and Chieftainess Choongo’s Ngambela Tyson Haamamba (left) watch proceedings during the official opening of Muunyumabisi Health Post in Monze District by Deputy Minister of Health Dr Chitalu Chilufya
Chief Hamusonde of the Monze District (Right in a brown hat) and Chieftainess Choongo’s Ngambela Tyson Haamamba (left) watch proceedings during the official opening of Muunyumabisi Health Post in Monze District by Deputy Minister of Health Dr Chitalu Chilufya

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SDA South Zambia Conference president Maxwell Muvwimi (left) and Livingstone district planning officer Elvis Siyauya (right) cuts a ribbon during the official opening of Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School in Livingstone
SDA South Zambia Conference president Maxwell Muvwimi (left) and Livingstone district planning officer Elvis Siyauya (right) cuts a ribbon during the official opening of Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School in Livingstone

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Some pathfinders from the Seventh-day Adventist Church marching during the official opening of Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School in Livingstone
Some pathfinders from the Seventh-day Adventist Church marching during the official opening of Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School in Livingstone

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SDA South Zambia Conference president Maxwell Muvwimi (left), Livingstone district planning officer Elvis Siyauya (middle) and Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School head teacher Dorothy Chingi (right) matching during the official opening of Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School in Livingstone
SDA South Zambia Conference president Maxwell Muvwimi (left), Livingstone district planning officer Elvis Siyauya (middle) and Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School head teacher Dorothy Chingi (right) matching during the official opening of Victoria Falls
Adventist Primary School in Livingstone

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SDA South Zambia Conference president Maxwell Muvwimi (second from left), Livingstone district planning officer Elvis Siyauya (right) and South Zambia Conference executive secretary Clive Kashweka (middle) matching during the official opening of Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School in Livingstone
SDA South Zambia Conference president Maxwell Muvwimi (second from left), Livingstone district planning officer Elvis Siyauya (right) and South Zambia Conference executive secretary Clive Kashweka (middle) matching during the official opening of Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School in Livingstone

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Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School pupils leading in during the official opening of Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School in Livingstone o
Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School pupils leading in during the official opening of Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School in Livingstone

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A pupil at Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School giving a vote of thanks during the official opening of Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School in Livingstone
A pupil at Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School giving a vote of thanks during the official opening of Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School in Livingstone

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Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School pupils leading in during the official opening of Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School in Livingstone o
Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School pupils leading in during the official opening of Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School in Livingstone

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SDA South Zambia Conference president Maxwell Muvwimi (left) and Livingstone district planning officer Elvis Siyauya (right) about to cut a ribbon during the official opening of Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School in Livingstone
SDA South Zambia Conference president Maxwell Muvwimi (left) and Livingstone district planning officer Elvis Siyauya (right) about to cut a ribbon during the official opening of Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School in Livingstone

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SDA South Zambia Conference president Maxwell Muvwimi (left) and Livingstone district planning officer Elvis Siyauya (right) about to cut a ribbon during the official opening of Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School in Livingstone
SDA South Zambia Conference president Maxwell Muvwimi (left) and Livingstone district planning officer Elvis Siyauya (right) about to cut a ribbon during the official opening of Victoria Falls Adventist Primary School in Livingstone

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Above is Victoria Falls Adventist Primary which was officially launched in Livingstone
Above is Victoria Falls Adventist Primary which was officially launched in Livingstone

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Traffic Police Officer checking the condition of the Toyota Land Cruiser registration number GRZ 574BP belonging to former Central Province Deputy Permanent Secretary Ronald Sinyangwe.
Traffic Police Officer checking the condition of the Toyota Land Cruiser registration number GRZ 574BP belonging to former Central Province Deputy Permanent Secretary Ronald Sinyangwe.

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On-lookers at the accident scene involving former central province DPS
On-lookers at the accident scene involving former central province DPS

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Juldan bus travelling from Lusaka to Solwezi has overturned in Ndola
Juldan bus travelling from Lusaka to Solwezi has overturned in Ndola

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Juldan bus travelling from Lusaka to Solwezi has overturned in Ndola
Juldan bus travelling from Lusaka to Solwezi has overturned in Ndola

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Juldan bus travelling from Lusaka to Solwezi has overturned in Ndola
Juldan bus travelling from Lusaka to Solwezi has overturned in Ndola

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Juldan bus travelling from Lusaka to Solwezi has overturned in Ndola
Juldan bus travelling from Lusaka to Solwezi has overturned in Ndola

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President Edgar Lungu welcomes World Food Programme Executive Director Ertharin Cousin at State House
President Edgar Lungu welcomes World Food Programme Executive Director Ertharin Cousin at State House

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President Edgar Lungu chats with World Food Programme Executive Director Ertharin Cousin at State House during a courtesy call
President Edgar Lungu chats with World Food Programme Executive Director Ertharin Cousin at State House during a courtesy call

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-President Edgar Lungu speaks World Food Programme Executive Director Ertharin Cousin at State House during a courtesy call
-President Edgar Lungu speaks World Food Programme Executive Director Ertharin Cousin at State House during a courtesy call

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President Edgar Lungu having alight moment with World Food Programme Executive Director Ertharin Cousin at State House during a courtesy call
President Edgar Lungu having alight moment with World Food Programme Executive Director Ertharin Cousin at State House during a courtesy call

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Special Assistant to the President for Press and Public Relations amos Chanda ushers a way to President Edgar Lungu and World Food Programme Executive Director Ertharin Cousin at State House
Special Assistant to the President for Press and Public Relations amos Chanda ushers a way to President Edgar Lungu and World Food Programme Executive Director Ertharin Cousin at State House

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President Edgar Lungu shows the surrround to World Food Programme Executive Director Ertharin Cousin who is flanked by UN Resident Coordinator Janet Rogan (r) World Food Programe Regional Director for Southern Africa Chris Nikoi (2nl) and World Food Programme Zambia Country Director Simon Cammmelbeeck (l) at State House during a photo session
President Edgar Lungu shows the surround to World Food Programme Executive Director Ertharin Cousin who is flanked by UN Resident Coordinator Janet Rogan (r) World Food Programme Regional Director for Southern Africa Chris Nikoi (2nl) and World Food Programme Zambia Country Director Simon Cammmelbeeck (l) at State House during a photo session

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President Edgar Lungu chats with World Food Programme Executive Director Ertharin Cousin at State House during a courtesy call
President Edgar Lungu chats with World Food Programme Executive Director Ertharin Cousin at State House during a courtesy call

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The NRP President Cosmo Mumba spotted along the North Road (Chaisa) level
The NRP President Cosmo Mumba spotted along the North Road (Chaisa) level

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The NRP President Cosmo Mumba spotted along the North Road (Chaisa) level
The NRP President Cosmo Mumba spotted along the North Road (Chaisa) level

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The NRP President Cosmo Mumba spotted along the North Road (Chaisa) level
The NRP President Cosmo Mumba spotted along the North Road (Chaisa) level

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The NRP President Cosmo Mumba spotted along the North Road (Chaisa) level
The NRP President Cosmo Mumba spotted along the North Road (Chaisa) level
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    • what the hell is victoria falls primary school mwebantu sure? in this day and age we are still giving imperialist names to our schools and the waterfall in livingstone. it is the mosi oa tunya falls. dont honor that racist christian invader livingstone with names he gave to our natural wonders after a queen who authorised and sanctioned genocide of black people, victoria. why do we worship these f.o.o.ls kanshi. Livingstone town should be Mukuni city, victoria falls is the mosi oa tunya. I have never heard of a waterfalls in england or a city in england named after kaunda or nkumbula or kpwepwe or kalulu or nyirenda. so why do we insist on their names. Get off your knees zambia. You are a mighty people and you dont need to beg for nything. our history is rich and great.

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  1. Well all things look well in mongu and the South. Very health adults and children. The refugee programme is operating well seeing all the new residency permits being given out. We seem to be ahead with the food programmes, youth programmes giving real prospects to youngsters. All in all development doing well in Zambia by the look of it!

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    • @Patriot Abroad. Everything except food programme is good. Ni va nsoni when you have WFP in your country. It means that you are not good enough in feeding your nation.

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  2. PICS: 33,34,35 IT IS WRITTEN THE MINISTER IS INSPECTING THE PART-WAY CONSTRUCTED SCHOOL. WHAT SHOCKS ME IS EVEN THE MINISTER DOESN’T SEE ANYTHING WRONG WITH STANDARDS OF STRUCTURE. HE DOESN’T EVEN QUESTION THE LACK INNOVATION AMONG OUR ARCHITECS- THEY JUST HAVE ONE UN ATTRACTIVE PLAN FOR SCHOOLS IN ZAMBIA. PIC: 34 WHY DIDN’T THEY INVOLVE LANDSCAPERS TO DO THE TURF, PLANT AND FLOWER AT THIS HEALTH CENTRE TO AVOID DUST EVEN SETTLING ON DRUGS. LT ON PIC 51, PRIMARY WHAT? PRIMARY SCHOOL, PRIMARY HEALTH CARE OR JUST PRIMARY PRIMARY. J0URNALISM IN ZAMBIA HAS REALLY GONE TO DOG OR IS IT DOGS THAT HAVE GONE TO JOURNALISM? MOST JOURNALISTS HAVEN’T GOT EVEN BASIC JOURNALISM SKILLS TO START WITH.

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  3. Pictures 28,29 and 30 – Will the real Tom Kampamba please stand up. The danger of cutting and pasting without editing.

    Picture 33 – The Site sign board is dwarfing the ugly duckling of the building. All the architects have surely left Zambia.

    Pictures 67/68. Some humour from Cosmo. But on a more serious note, there should be an ambulance in the escort as those body guards are precariously hanging on to the fong kong suv

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  4. lol..ati Engine Sibote.. its Eugine Sibote….yaba zed comedy never cease to amaze me…ba Cosmo Mumba nama body guards ka..is he that a threat to others??

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  5. What’s the deal with Cosmo Mumba?

    I have not seen a greater display of narcissistic personality disorder.

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