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Terry Mulombwanyama, 18, of Mulombwanyama Village, chief Mulemdema and Joel Chonga Mbote,34, a worker at Mukombo Lodge, of Muyanga Village, chief Kabulwebulwe were arrested after being found with eight Impalas and two Pukus carcasses all weighing 207kgs
Terry Mulombwanyama, 18, of Mulombwanyama Village, chief Mulemdema and Joel Chonga Mbote,34, a worker at Mukombo Lodge, of Muyanga Village, chief Kabulwebulwe were arrested after being found with eight Impalas and two Pukus carcasses all weighing 207kgs

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Terry Mulombwanyama, 18, of Mulombwanyama Village, chief Mulemdema and Joel Chonga Mbote,34, a worker at Mukombo Lodge, of Muyanga Village, chief Kabulwebulwe were arrested after being found with eight Impalas and two Pukus carcasses all weighing 207kgs
Terry Mulombwanyama, 18, of Mulombwanyama Village, chief Mulemdema and Joel Chonga Mbote,34, a worker at Mukombo Lodge, of Muyanga Village, chief Kabulwebulwe were arrested after being found with eight Impalas and two Pukus carcasses all weighing 207kgs

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Police in Mongu have recovered stolen items worth thousands of kwachas in an operation carried this month and eight suspects are in custody
Police in Mongu have recovered stolen items worth thousands of kwachas in an operation carried this month and eight suspects are in custody

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Western Province Commissioner of Police Charles Lungu (front) inspecting recovered stolen items worth thousands of kwacha at Mongu Central Police Station today. Items were recovered in an operation carried this month and eight suspects are in custody
Western Province Commissioner of Police Charles Lungu (front) inspecting recovered stolen items worth thousands of kwacha at Mongu Central Police Station today. Items were recovered in an operation carried this month and eight suspects are in custody

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Western Province Commissioner of Police Charles Lungu (front) inspecting recovered stolen items worth thousands of kwacha at Mongu Central Police Station today. Items were recovered in an operation carried this month and eight suspects are in custody.
Western Province Commissioner of Police Charles Lungu (front) inspecting recovered stolen items worth thousands of kwacha at Mongu Central Police Station today. Items were recovered in an operation carried this month and eight suspects are in custody.

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Western Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (l) cuts the ribbon together with Caritas Czech Republic Head of Mission in Zambia Tea Tihounova (c) during a donation of a Toyota Land Cruiser worth $53,400 from Caritas Czech Republic to Lewanika School of Nursing and Midwifery in Mongu
Western Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (l) cuts the ribbon together with Caritas Czech Republic Head of Mission in Zambia Tea Tihounova (c) during a donation of a Toyota Land Cruiser worth $53,400 from Caritas Czech Republic to Lewanika School of Nursing and Midwifery in Mongu

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Western Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (l) cuts the ribbon together with Caritas Czech Republic Head of Mission in Zambia Tea Tihounova (c) during a donation of a Toyota Land Cruiser worth $53,400 from Caritas Czech Republic to Lewanika School of Nursing and Midwifery in Mongu
Western Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (l) cuts the ribbon together with Caritas Czech Republic Head of Mission in Zambia Tea Tihounova (c) during a donation of a Toyota Land Cruiser worth $53,400 from Caritas Czech Republic to Lewanika School of Nursing and Midwifery in Mongu

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Western Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (l) cuts the ribbon together with Caritas Czech Republic Head of Mission in Zambia Tea Tihounova (c) during a donation of a Toyota Land Cruiser worth $53,400 from Caritas Czech Republic to Lewanika School of Nursing and Midwifery in Mongu
Western Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (l) cuts the ribbon together with Caritas Czech Republic Head of Mission in Zambia Tea Tihounova (c) during a donation of a Toyota Land Cruiser worth $53,400 from Caritas Czech Republic to Lewanika School of Nursing and Midwifery in Mongu

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 Lewanika School of Nursing and Midwifery students welcome the donation of a Land Cruiser worth $53,400 from Caritas Czech Republic in Mongu
Lewanika School of Nursing and Midwifery students welcome the donation of a Land Cruiser worth $53,400 from Caritas Czech Republic in Mongu

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Government through Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) has constructed a Bridge in Kabwe's Kalwelwe area in the out-skirts of Kabwe. In the Picture, Area MP Sydney Mushanga (left) with his entourage checking on the Bridge
Government through Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU)
has constructed a Bridge in Kabwe’s Kalwelwe area in the out-skirts of
Kabwe. In the Picture, Area MP Sydney Mushanga (left) with his
entourage checking on the Bridge

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Government through Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) has constructed a Bridge in Kabwe's Kalwelwe area in the out-skirts of Kabwe. In the Picture, Area MP Sydney Mushanga (left) with his entourage checking on the Bridge
Government through Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU)
has constructed a Bridge in Kabwe’s Kalwelwe area in the out-skirts of
Kabwe. In the Picture, Area MP Sydney Mushanga (left) with his
entourage checking on the Bridge

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Bwacha MP Sydney Mushanga (left) with Central Province DPS checking on the newly constructed Bridge in Kabwe's Kalwelwe area in the out-skirts of Kabwe.
Bwacha MP Sydney Mushanga (left) with Central Province DPS checking
on the newly constructed Bridge in Kabwe’s Kalwelwe area in the
out-skirts of Kabwe.

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DMMU Central Province Coordinator Boyd Sianga (R in white shirt) explaining to Bwacha Area MP Sydney Mushanga how they constructed the Bridge in Kalwelwe in the out-skirts of Kabwe District.
DMMU Central Province Coordinator Boyd Sianga (R in white shirt)
explaining to Bwacha Area MP Sydney Mushanga how they constructed the
Bridge in Kalwelwe in the out-skirts of Kabwe District.

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After months of experiencing a dry spell, Victoria Falls in Livingstone now has some water flowing
After months of experiencing a dry spell, Victoria Falls in Livingstone now has some water flowing

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After months of experiencing a dry spell, Victoria Falls in Livingstone now has some water flowing
After months of experiencing a dry spell, Victoria Falls in Livingstone now has some water flowing

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After months of experiencing a dry spell, Victoria Falls in Livingstone now has some water flowing
After months of experiencing a dry spell, Victoria Falls in Livingstone now has some water flowing

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A staff house at a newly commissioned Health Post in Kabwe's Kamakuti area.Picture by Kelvin Tembo
A staff house at a newly commissioned Health Post in Kabwe’s Kamakuti area.Picture by Kelvin Tembo

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Health Minister Joseph Kasonde (right) and who is also Kabwe Central Member of Parliament commissioning a Health Post in Kabwe's Kamakuti area.
Health Minister Joseph Kasonde (right) and who is also Kabwe Central Member of Parliament commissioning a Health Post in Kabwe’s Kamakuti area.

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Kabwe District Commissioner Patrick Chishala (on the bed) trying out the bed at the newly commissioned Kamakuti Health Post in Kabwe.(left) Kabwe Mayor Richard Bango waits for his turn.
Kabwe District Commissioner Patrick Chishala (on the bed) trying out the bed at the newly commissioned Kamakuti Health Post in Kabwe.(left) Kabwe Mayor Richard Bango waits for his turn.

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MALAMBO Patriotic Front(PF)Member of Parliament,Jacob Shuma trying a borehole at Mphomwa dip tank in Mambwe
MALAMBO Patriotic Front(PF)Member of Parliament,Jacob Shuma trying a borehole at Mphomwa dip tank in Mambwe

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MALAMBO Patriotic Front(PF)Member of Parliament,Jacob Shuma trying a borehole at Mphomwa dip tank in Mambwe
MALAMBO Patriotic Front(PF)Member of Parliament,Jacob Shuma trying a borehole at Mphomwa dip tank in Mambwe

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L-R:Raubex project manager Chris,Site agent Renier Botha,Mambwe District Commissioner Caroline Mwanza and Malambo Member of Parliament Jacob Shuma on Mfuwe-Nabwalya road in Mambwe
L-R:Raubex project manager Chris,Site agent Renier Botha,Mambwe District Commissioner Caroline Mwanza and Malambo Member of Parliament Jacob Shuma on Mfuwe-Nabwalya road in Mambwe

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Malambo Patriotic Front Member of Parliament Jacob Shuma with Chitilila community school pupils in Mambwe.The grass thatched community school is serving a number of pupils who had not enrolled due to distances to the nearest schools.
Malambo Patriotic Front Member of Parliament Jacob Shuma with Chitilila community school pupils in Mambwe.The grass thatched community school is serving a number of pupils who had not enrolled due to distances to the nearest schools.

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Malambo Patriotic Front Member of Parliament Jacob Shuma with Chitilila community school pupils in Mambwe.The grass thatched community school is serving a number of pupils who had not enrolled due to distances to the nearest schools.
Malambo Patriotic Front Member of Parliament Jacob Shuma with Chitilila community school pupils in Mambwe.The grass thatched community school is serving a number of pupils who had not enrolled due to distances to the nearest schools.

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Malambo Patriotic Front Member of Parliament Jacob Shuma with Chitilila community school pupils in Mambwe.The grass thatched community school is serving a number of pupils who had not enrolled due to distances to the nearest schools.
Malambo Patriotic Front Member of Parliament Jacob Shuma with Chitilila community school pupils in Mambwe.The grass thatched community school is serving a number of pupils who had not enrolled due to distances to the nearest schools.

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Self Help Africa Country Director Kalongo Chitengi shares the booklet with First Lady Esther Lungu at the Policy to Practice Policy Dialogue Forum at Sothern Sun Hotel
Self Help Africa Country Director Kalongo Chitengi shares the
booklet with First Lady Esther Lungu at the Policy to Practice Policy
Dialogue Forum at Southern Sun Hotel

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 Ministry of Community Development Chief Community Development Officer Changano Ngoi chats with Self Help Africa Country Director Kalongo Chitengi at the Policy to Practice Policy Dialogue Forum at Sothern Sun Hotel
Ministry of Community Development Chief Community Development
Officer Changano Ngoi chats with Self Help Africa Country Director
Kalongo Chitengi at the Policy to Practice Policy Dialogue Forum at
Southern Sun Hotel

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Self Help Africa Country Director Kalongo Chitengi shares a light moment with First Lady Esther Lungu at the Policy to Practice Policy Dialogue Forum at Sothern Sun Hotel
Self Help Africa Country Director Kalongo Chitengi shares a light
moment with First Lady Esther Lungu at the Policy to Practice Policy
Dialogue Forum at Southern Sun Hotel

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Self Help Africa Country Director Kalongo Chitengi ushers the First Lady Esther Lungu a way after the Policy to Practice Policy Dialogue Forum at Southern Sun Hotel
Self Help Africa Country Director Kalongo Chitengi ushers the First
Lady Esther Lungu a way after the Policy to Practice Policy Dialogue
Forum at Southern Sun Hotel

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Self Help Africa Country Director Kalongo Chitengi ushers the First Lady Esther Lungu a way after the Policy to Practice Policy Dialogue Forum at Sothern Sun Hotel
Self Help Africa Country Director Kalongo Chitengi ushers the First
Lady Esther Lungu a way after the Policy to Practice Policy Dialogue
Forum at Southern Sun Hotel

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Special Assistant for Project and Monitoring to the President Lucky Mulusa with Zambia Association Women in Constructions (ZAWIC) at State House
Special Assistant for Project and Monitoring to the President Lucky
Mulusa with Zambia Association Women in Constructions (ZAWIC) at State
House

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Zambia Association Women in Constructions (ZAWIC) President Dorothy Mulwila speaks to Special Assistant for Project and Monitoring to the President Lucky Mulusa at State House when they called on him
Zambia Association Women in Constructions (ZAWIC) President
Dorothy Mulwila speaks to Special Assistant for Project and Monitoring
to the President Lucky Mulusa at State House when they called on him

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Zambia Association Women in Constructions (ZAWIC) President Dorothy Mulwila speaks to Special Assistant for Project and Monitoring to the President Lucky Mulusa at State House when they called on him
Zambia Association Women in Constructions (ZAWIC) President
Dorothy Mulwila speaks to Special Assistant for Project and Monitoring
to the President Lucky Mulusa at State House when they called on him

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Zambia Association Women in Constructions (ZAWIC) President Dorothy Mulwila speaks to Special Assistant for Project and Monitoring to the President Lucky Mulusa whilst Chama Bwalya Secretary General Looks on at State House when they called on him
Zambia Association Women in Constructions (ZAWIC) President Dorothy
Mulwila speaks to Special Assistant for Project and Monitoring to the
President Lucky Mulusa whilst Chama Bwalya Secretary General Looks on
at State House when they called on him

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Chunga bridge project Superviser Martin Sibalwa shows Deputy Minister in the office of the Vice President Lawrance Sichalwe where water comes from during the tour of the Chunga bridge in Matero
Chunga bridge project Superviser Martin Sibalwa shows Deputy
Minister in the office of the Vice President Lawrance Sichalwe where
water comes from during the tour of the Chunga bridge in Matero

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Deputy Minister in the office of the Vice President Lawrance Sichalwe (left) inspects drainage during the tour of the Chunga bridge in Matero
Deputy Minister in the office of the Vice President Lawrance
Sichalwe (left) inspects drainage during the tour of the Chunga bridge
in Matero

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Deputy Minister in the office of the Vice President Lawrance Sichalwe (left) inspects drainage during the tour of the Chunga bridge in Matero
Deputy Minister in the office of the Vice President Lawrance
Sichalwe (left) inspects drainage during the tour of the Chunga bridge
in Matero

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Deputy Minister in the office of the Vice President Lawrance Sichalwe (centre in a suit) inspects Chunga bridge in Matero
Deputy Minister in the office of the Vice President Lawrance
Sichalwe (centre in a suit) inspects Chunga bridge in Matero

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Chunga bridge in Matero under construction
Chunga bridge in Matero under construction

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President Edgar Lungu touring Luangwa Market
President Edgar Lungu touring Luangwa Market

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President Edgar Lungu confers with Deputy Permanent Secretary of Eastern Province, Patrick Mwanawasa in Nyimba
President Edgar Lungu confers with Deputy Permanent Secretary
of Eastern Province, Patrick Mwanawasa in Nyimba

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 President Edgar Lungu with Deputy General Secretary Mumbi Phiri, Deputy Minister of information, Folie Tembo and Hon. Malozo Phiri(right) in Nyimba
President Edgar Lungu with Deputy General Secretary Mumbi
Phiri, Deputy Minister of information, Folie Tembo and Hon. Malozo
Phiri(right) in Nyimba

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President Edgar Lungu talking to Chief Retainer, Patson Phiri in Nyimba
President Edgar Lungu talking to Chief Retainer, Patson Phiri
in Nyimba
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21 COMMENTS

  1. Our First Lady Pic 30, looking great and dutiful as usual. God Bless her.

    I wonder if the chap was trying to feed himself and family because of the rains. But Zambians, National Parks are not the Local Butchers you know. Permission to hunt must be sought.

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    • Victoria a Falls reloading! Signs our Prayers for a Rain worked. I wrote here that the Rains will be abundant very soon, this is a start.

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    • Iwe naiwe its got nothing to do with prayers. El Nino comes to us every 15 years or so

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    • Ba LT, I give up. From now on I will be captioning the pictures in my head because trying to read your captions hurts my eyes and I feel like I just lost some brain cells. Good pictures though.

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  2. I think Terry Mulombwanyama could look best if his nyama is displayed like the beautiful animals he was displaying. Jay Jaynyama can also look best if he is displayed in like manner.

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  3. Some people pray for victory
    Some people pray for peace
    Some people pray for extra time
    Some pray for sweet release
    Some pray for health and happiness
    For riches and renown
    But none of this will matter much
    If the waters don’t come down
    “DON HENLEY LYRICS”

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  4. Zambia must be going backwards. Politicians spend an inordinate amount of time inspecting ‘development projects’. Some of these so called development projects are so basic they should be done by local councils without any fanfare. In the days gone by, ZCCM used to construct bridges, such as the one in pic 31 and there was no politician anywhere insight. Kaunda was too dignified. Ministers inspecting umufolo and calling it drainage system. What a bunch of ignorant people!!! Then you have nurses turning out to see a car – why??????? The white woman must think we are extremely backward.

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