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The Weekend in Pictures

Photo Gallery The Weekend in Pictures

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Some Livingstone residents watch helplessly as Bata town centre outlet caught fire in Livingstone
Some Livingstone residents watch helplessly as Bata town
centre outlet caught fire in Livingstone

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Some fire fighters trying to stop the fire that destroyed Bata town centre outlet Livingstone
Some fire fighters trying to stop the fire that destroyed Bata
town centre outlet Livingstone

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Some remains of Bata town centre outlet in Livingstone which caught fire
Some remains of Bata town centre outlet in Livingstone
which caught fire

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Some remains of Bata town centre outlet in Livingstone which caught fire
Some remains of Bata town centre outlet in Livingstone
which caught fire

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Some remains of Bata town centre outlet in Livingstone which caught fire
Some remains of Bata town centre outlet in Livingstone
which caught fire

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he Zambia Army officer of intake 14-15/1986/7 The Brigadier General Benson Chisha Musonda with First Republican President Kenneth Kaunda
he Zambia Army officer of intake 14-15/1986/7 The Brigadier General Benson Chisha Musonda with First Republican President Kenneth Kaunda

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The Zambia Army officers of intake 14-15/1986 /7 led by The Brigadier General Benson Chisha Musonda visits the Zambia First President Kenneth Kaunda at his office , Kabulonga
The Zambia Army officers of intake 14-15/1986 /7 led by The Brigadier General Benson Chisha Musonda visits the Zambia First President Kenneth Kaunda at his office , Kabulonga

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The Zambia Army officers of intake 14-15/1986 /7 led by The Brigadier General Benson Chisha Musonda visits the Zambia First President Kenneth Kaunda at his office , Kabulonga
The Zambia Army officers of intake 14-15/1986 /7 led by The Brigadier General Benson Chisha Musonda visits the Zambia First President Kenneth Kaunda at his office , Kabulonga

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The Zambia Army officers of intake 14-15/1986 /7 led by The Brigadier General Benson Chisha Musonda visits the Zambia First President Kenneth Kaunda at his office , Kabulonga
The Zambia Army officers of intake 14-15/1986 /7 led by The Brigadier General Benson Chisha Musonda visits the Zambia First President Kenneth Kaunda at his office , Kabulonga

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The Zambia Army officers of intake 14-15/1986 /7 led by The Brigadier General Benson Chisha Musonda visits the Zambia First President Kenneth Kaunda at his office , Kabulonga
The Zambia Army officers of intake 14-15/1986 /7 led by The Brigadier General Benson Chisha Musonda visits the Zambia First President Kenneth Kaunda at his office , Kabulonga

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Acting President Inonge Wina (r )receives former Rainbow party North-Western province vice secretary Jones Kikuma (c ) as Patriotic Front deputy spokesperson Fr Frank Bwalya ( second left) looks on at Solwezi airport on Friday. Picture by BETRAM KAOMA /ZANIS
Acting President Inonge Wina (r )receives former Rainbow party North-Western province vice secretary Jones Kikuma (c ) as Patriotic Front deputy spokesperson Fr Frank Bwalya ( second left) looks on at Solwezi airport on Friday. Picture by BETRAM KAOMA /ZANIS

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Acting President Inonge Wina (r ) is welcomed by North –Western province Road Development Agency (RDA ) regional manager Ndubeni Manda during the launch of the construction of Mushitala – Kimasala bridge in Solwezi on Fridayas Solwezi district commissioner Chipawa Chipawa (m) and DMMU regional coordinator Peter Kabaso look on. Picture by BETRAM KAOMA /ZANIS
Acting President Inonge Wina (r ) is welcomed by North –Western province Road Development Agency (RDA ) regional manager Ndubeni Manda during the launch of the construction of Mushitala – Kimasala bridge in Solwezi on Fridayas Solwezi district commissioner Chipawa Chipawa (m) and DMMU regional coordinator Peter Kabaso look on. Picture by BETRAM KAOMA /ZANIS

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Acting President Inonge Wina (m) with outgoing North-Western province minister Dawson Kafwaya (l) and Agency (RDA ) regional manager Ndubeni Manda during the launch of the construction Mushitala – Kimasala bridge in Solwezi on Friday. Picture by BETRAM KAOMA /ZANIS
Acting President Inonge Wina (m) with outgoing North-Western province minister Dawson Kafwaya (l) and Agency (RDA ) regional manager Ndubeni Manda during the launch of the construction Mushitala – Kimasala bridge in Solwezi on Friday. Picture by BETRAM KAOMA /ZANIS

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Acting President Inonge Wina (l) with North-Western province Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) regional coordinator Peter Kabaso during the inspection ofthe newlyconstructed Kimale Bailey bridge in Solwezi on Friday. The Acting President is in the region to inspect ongoing various developmental projects. Picture by BETRAM KAOMA /ZANIS
Acting President Inonge Wina (l) with North-Western province Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) regional coordinator Peter Kabaso during the inspection ofthe newlyconstructed Kimale Bailey bridge in Solwezi on Friday. The Acting President is in the region to inspect ongoing various developmental projects. Picture by BETRAM KAOMA /ZANIS

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Livingstone Member of Parliament Lawrence Evans (far left), Livingstone Town Clerk Vivian Chikoti (middle) and Livingstone District Commissioner Omar Munsanje (far right) inspecting some roads and houses damaged by the recent heavy rains in the tourist capital.
Livingstone Member of Parliament Lawrence Evans (far left), Livingstone Town Clerk Vivian Chikoti (middle) and Livingstone District Commissioner Omar Munsanje (far right) inspecting some roads and houses damaged by the recent heavy rains in the tourist capital.

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Livingstone Member of Parliament Lawrence Evans (far left) gestures as Livingstone Town Clerk Vivian Chikoti (next to him) looks on as he was inspecting some roads and houses damaged by the recent heavy rains in the tourist capital.
Livingstone Member of Parliament Lawrence Evans (far left) gestures as Livingstone Town Clerk Vivian Chikoti (next to him) looks on as he was inspecting some roads and houses damaged by the recent heavy rains in the tourist capital.

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 Livingstone Member of Parliament Lawrence Evans (far) and Livingstone Town Clerk Vivian Chikoti (middle) talks to a resident where some roads and houses damaged by the recent heavy rains in the tourist capital
Livingstone Member of Parliament Lawrence Evans (far) and Livingstone Town Clerk Vivian Chikoti (middle) talks to a resident where some roads and houses damaged by the recent heavy rains in the tourist capital

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Livingstone Member of Parliament Lawrence Evans (middle) inspects some roads and houses damaged by the recent heavy rains in the tourist capital
Livingstone Member of Parliament Lawrence Evans (middle) inspects some roads and houses damaged by the recent heavy rains in the tourist capital

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Kasama District Commissioner Kelly Kashiwa (stripped T/Shirt) hands over 22 motorbikes worth US 66000 dollars in Kasama today, donated by the Scaling up Nutrition (SUN) Programme for Kasama and Kaputa districts in Northern Province. Looking on is SUN Provincial Coordinator Mata Nyambe - Picture by Mary Bwembya (ZANIS).
Kasama District Commissioner Kelly Kashiwa (stripped T/Shirt) hands over 22 motorbikes worth US 66000 dollars in Kasama today, donated by the Scaling up Nutrition (SUN) Programme for Kasama and Kaputa districts in Northern Province. Looking on is SUN Provincial Coordinator Mata Nyambe – Picture by Mary Bwembya (ZANIS).

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Kasama District Commissioner Kelly Kashiwa (stripped T/Shirt) hands over 22 motorbikes worth US 66000 dollars in Kasama today, donated by the Scaling up Nutrition (SUN) Programme for Kasama and Kaputa districts in Northern Province. Looking on is SUN Provincial Coordinator Mata Nyambe - Picture by Mary Bwembya (ZANIS).
Kasama District Commissioner Kelly Kashiwa (stripped T/Shirt) hands over 22 motorbikes worth US 66000 dollars in Kasama today, donated by the Scaling up Nutrition (SUN) Programme for Kasama and Kaputa districts in Northern Province. Looking on is SUN Provincial Coordinator Mata Nyambe – Picture by Mary Bwembya (ZANIS).

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Kasama District Commissioner Kelly Kashiwa (stripped T/Shirt) after handing over 22 motorbikes worth US 66000 dollars today in Kasama donated by the Scaling up Nutrition (SUN) Programme for the implementation of programme in Kasama and Kaputa districts of Northern Province. Looking on is SUN Provincial Coordinator Mata Nyambe - Picture by Mary Bwembya (ZANIS).
Kasama District Commissioner Kelly Kashiwa (stripped T/Shirt) after handing over 22 motorbikes worth US 66000 dollars today in Kasama donated by the Scaling up Nutrition (SUN) Programme for the implementation of programme in Kasama and Kaputa districts of Northern Province. Looking on is SUN Provincial Coordinator Mata Nyambe – Picture by Mary Bwembya (ZANIS).

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President Lungu with President Robert Mugabe at the AU Summitt
President Lungu with President Robert Mugabe at the AU Summitt

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President Edgar Lungu with President of Zimbabwe Mr Robert Mugabe at Bole international airport in Ethiopia after th AU Summit Which Ended on Sunday 31-1-2016PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE.
President Edgar Lungu with President of Zimbabwe Mr Robert Mugabe at Bole international airport in Ethiopia after th AU Summit Which Ended on Sunday 31-1-2016PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE.

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President Edgar Lungu with President of Egypt Abdel Fattah Saeed Hussein Khalil el-Sisi at Bole international airport in Ethiopia after th AU Summit Which Ended on Sunday 31-1-2016PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE.
President Edgar Lungu with President of Egypt Abdel Fattah Saeed Hussein Khalil el-Sisi at Bole international airport in Ethiopia after th AU Summit Which Ended on Sunday 31-1-2016PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE.

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President Edgar Lungu with President of Egypt Abdel Fattah Saeed Hussein Khalil el-Sisi at Bole international airport in Ethiopia after th AU Summit Which Ended on Sunday 31-1-2016PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE.
President Edgar Lungu with President of Egypt Abdel Fattah Saeed Hussein Khalil el-Sisi at Bole international airport in Ethiopia after th AU Summit Which Ended on Sunday 31-1-2016PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE.

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President Edgar Lungu with President of Zimbabwe Mr Robert Mugabe at Bole international airport in Ethiopia after th AU Summit Which Ended on Sunday 31-1-2016PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE.
President Edgar Lungu with President of Zimbabwe Mr Robert Mugabe at Bole international airport in Ethiopia after th AU Summit Which Ended on Sunday 31-1-2016PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE.

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President Lungu leaves Addis Ethiopia at the end of the Au summitt
President Lungu leaves Addis Ethiopia at the end of the Au summit

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President Lungu leaves Addis Ethiopia at the end of the Au summit
President Lungu leaves Addis Ethiopia at the end of the Au summit

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President Lungu leaves Addis Ethiopia at the end of the Au summit
President Lungu leaves Addis Ethiopia at the end of the Au summit

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President Lungu leaves Addis Ethiopia at the end of the Au summit
President Lungu leaves Addis Ethiopia at the end of the Au summit

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Catherine Phiri in copper colours vs Mexican Yamin “Rusita” Rivas
Catherine Phiri in copper colours vs Mexican Yamin “Rusita” Rivas

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Catherine Phiri in copper colours vs Mexican Yamin “Rusita” Rivas
Catherine Phiri in copper colours vs Mexican Yamin “Rusita” Rivas

18 COMMENTS

    • Uncle Bob looks great at 92 (yes 92 this month). This is in sharp contrast to Super Ken, who at one year younger than Mugabe has gone wrinkly, senile and completely out of the spotlight. He too would have loved to rule forever, just like Mugabe, so that he could afford some hair dye, artificial teeth, red-blood cell replacement etc…etc. Zambians, however, had other plans on their minds and booted him out of power in 1991. The same fate is awaiting the drunkard at State House on 11th August 2016.

    • @suntwe wa suntwe – why cant you just check your facts before you post some of these comments? there is only about 67 days difference between mugabe and kaunda which is a two full months and 5 days difference considering that 1924 was a leap year as 2016 is. Mugabe is older of course. they were both born in 1924. one on april 28 and the other on february 21.

    • It’s a Urine Drainage Bag and Leg Bag, just in case he has to go. The man has been unwell fro a long time now. It’s the same thing President Sata use to use.

    • Max, Mugabe might be wearing a bullet proof vest but a good marksman will aim for that big fat head of his. Therefore rendering the vest useless!!!!!

    • Looks like he wearing something/a brass to hold his body upright. His age is similar to KK and KK is moving like an old man but man mugabe looks 55years old.

    • Mama Wina you are Acting Presido – work very fast & appoint your running mate before chakolwa comes back!!!!

  1. LEAVE ONE OF THE GREATEST SONS OF AFRICA ALONE. MUGABE IS ONE OF THE GREATEST SONS OF AFRICA. HE IS GIVING PEOPLE WHAT WOULDN’T HAVE BEEN GIVEN (LAND) TO ZIMBABWEANS. ARE YOU SO BRAIN-WASHED BY THE WESTERN MEDIA? WHAT IS INDEPENDENCE WITH WHOLE LAND IN THE HANDS OF FOREIGNERS ONLY?

    • Typical Africa
      You mean you would rather have land and not your rights and freedom. I mean even the right to life.Do you know how many Zimbabweans have not been given land because they were not there to receive it?Have you ever heard of the Matebeleland massacre.Either you very prejudiced or you are just one of those 24 carat *****s who don’t even read.

    • spoken like a true pan africanist. You sir are awake to the machinations of these imperialists and foreign invaders. Mugabe might just be the last true son of africa alive. he might have his flaws but he sure has a passion for Africa.

    • @mailoni – what good are your rights when you have no land, nativity on which you can practice your freedoms. Freedoms and rights are developed on the basis of a peoples locality; which in this case is the land. the land defines the freedoms which you have or ought to have. it is for this reason that the rights and freedoms enjoyed in zambia are different from those enjoyed in ghana or guinea bissau. the locality in this case ,country,determines what rights you have. these rights stem off of a peoples culture and ways of life, thereby requiring laws which try to assure the preservation of these cultures.And where do cultures come from. Cultures are largely moulded by the land e.g lozi culture as opposed to tumbuka or bemba. Land itself is your freedom and rights advocate.

    • Peter, Zagaze. Tell them!

      I’m glad I’m not the only one here who holds Mugabe in high esteem. Love him or hate him but you have to admit he is the only rabbit on the continent that did not scamper away from the fox like many others but has defended territory and chased away the fox.

      Remember that even young David still had enemies in Israel among his own people when he slew Goliath the enemy of the nation. To non-patriots, self-preservation comes first while national-guardianship is what the patriot lives for.

  2. picture 24 – African servitude posture. Bent neck to show non aggression. this gene has been passed on from generation to generation since the ill treatment of blacks by whites. our fore fathers learnt that to look non threatening to the whites would spare your back from the master cracking his whip. And how do you look non threatening to the whites? kukontama bakalamba!!! And so this thing has remained in us subconsciously. we dont even realise we do it, but we do. if you dont believe me, observe the behaviour of most zambians when they are in the company of white people especially if they are meeting for the first time. Afterwards, we gain a bit of confidence and our subconscious motors tell us not to bend our heads as we feel we can trust this bugga a little bit more. in short we get…

  3. Picture 22 POA Repeal? Just lock them up and throw away the key Bob says, picture 26 Aaaaah I don’t think that’ll work in Zambia.

    Pictures pictures 27 to 29 what it a smart President we have, a real smart sharpshooter! Pic 30, Cool and down with it!

  4. Yes Mugabe has his past deeds and skeletons to reckon with BUT, the man has delivered to the Zimbabweans-including the whites, that most important of all possessions a person should have-PERSONAL LAND, a piece of your country-PERMANENCE! What WOULDN’T one do WITH LAND.I assure you the white Zimbabwean farmers that we borrowed will trek back to Zimbabwe WHEN conditions improve there again.They will have land here in Zambia AND in Zimbabwe.Zambia is DISPOSSESSING ITSELF OF LAND and parcelling it out to foreign “investors” permanently.How many Zambians OWN A PIECE OF THEIR VERY OWN LAND?Mugabe and Zimbabweans are respected by the western AND other countries for their PRINCIPLES AND COURAGE. What happened to IAN SMITH with his war crimes and against humanity in Zambia, Mozambique?THINK!

  5. First time I am seeing an MP in Livingstone dressed appropriately for inspections, whatever he was inspecting with the Town Clerk.. at least no ma suit..lol…

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