Friday, April 12, 2024

Women’s Day in Pictures

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SOME of the women clubs showcase some of their products at this year's International Women's Day commemorations at Choma Stadium
SOME of the women clubs showcase some of their products at this year’s International Women’s Day commemorations 

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SOME of the women clubs showcase some of their products at this year's International Women's Day commemorations at Choma Stadium
SOME of the women clubs showcase some of their products at this year’s International Women’s Day commemorations

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Women from Chibombo District Council Fire Brigade unit showcasing their skills during the International Women’s Day celebrations held at the District Council Guesthouse
Women from Chibombo District Council Fire Brigade unit showcasing their skills during the International Women’s Day celebrations held at the District Council Guesthouse

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Women from Chibombo District Council Fire Brigade unit showcasing their skills during the International Women’s Day celebrations held at the District Council Guesthouse
Women from Chibombo District Council Fire Brigade unit showcasing their skills during the International Women’s Day celebrations held at the District Council Guesthouse

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Women from Chibombo District Council Fire Brigade unit showcasing their skills during the International Women’s Day celebrations held at the District Council Guesthouse
Women from Chibombo District Council Fire Brigade unit showcasing their skills during the International Women’s Day celebrations held at the District Council Guesthouse

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A female fire fighter from Chibombo fire Brigade displaying her life saving skills during the International Women’s Day celebrations held at the District Council Guesthouse
A female fire fighter from Chibombo fire Brigade displaying her life saving skills during the International Women’s Day celebrations held at the District Council Guesthouse

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MINES Minister, Christopher Yaluma, speaking when he paid a courtesy call on Eastern Province Permanent Secretary, Chanda Kasolo (l) , at his office in Chipata
MINES Minister, Christopher Yaluma, speaking when he paid a courtesy call on Eastern Province Permanent Secretary, Chanda Kasolo (l) , at his office in Chipata

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CHIPATA Trades Training Institute Principal, Mirriam Mwale, explains how to start a motor engine to Mines Minister, Christopher Yaluma (l)at this year’s International Women’s Day held at DSavid Kaunda stadium in Chipata
CHIPATA Trades Training Institute Principal, Mirriam Mwale, explains how to start a motor engine to Mines Minister, Christopher Yaluma (l)at this year’s International Women’s Day held at David Kaunda stadium in Chipata

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CHIPATA Trades Training Institute Principal and Mines Minister, Christopher Yaluma, emphasize a point during the tour of stands at this year’s International Women’s Day commemoration held at David Kaunda stadium in Chipata on Tuesday. Looking on is Eastern Province Permanent Secretary, Chanda Kasolo ( l). PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
CHIPATA Trades Training Institute Principal and Mines Minister, Christopher Yaluma, emphasize a point during the tour of stands at this year’s International Women’s Day commemoration held at David Kaunda stadium in Chipata on Tuesday. Looking on is Eastern Province Permanent Secretary, Chanda Kasolo ( l). PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

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DEBORAH Singula, from Ministry of Health, explains to Mines Minister, Christopher Yaluma during the tour of stands at this year’s Inrternational Women’s Day commemoration held at David Kaunda stadium in Chipata on Tuesday. PICTURE BYSTEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
DEBORAH Singula, from Ministry of Health, explains to Mines Minister, Christopher Yaluma during the tour of stands at this year’s Inrternational Women’s Day commemoration held at David Kaunda stadium in Chipata on Tuesday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

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MINES Minister, Christopher Yaluma, asks a question to Deborah Singula from Ministry of Health as he toured stands during the International Women’s Day commemoration held at David Kaunda stadium in Chipata on Tuesday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
MINES Minister, Christopher Yaluma, asks a question to Deborah Singula from Ministry of Health as he toured stands during the International Women’s Day commemoration held at David Kaunda stadium in Chipata on Tuesday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

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Women gathered during the celebrations of international women's day at show ground
Women gathered during the celebrations of international women’s day
at show ground

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Women gathered during the celebrations of international women's day at show ground
Women gathered during the celebrations of international women’s day
at show ground

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President Edgar Lungu with NGOCC Chairperson Sara Longwe.
President Edgar Lungu with NGOCC Chairperson Sara Longwe.

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President special assistant to the Press Amos Chanda with Times of Zambia crew.
President special assistant to the Press Amos Chanda with Times of Zambia crew.

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President Edgar Lungu(l) during the tour of stands on womens day,Lusaka District Chairlady Timeke Chilwa(c) and Lusaka District Secretary Musonda Chibwe(r) explains to the President
President Edgar Lungu(l) during the tour of stands on womens
day,Lusaka District Chairlady Timeke Chilwa(c) and Lusaka District
Secretary Musonda Chibwe(r) explains to the President

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President Lungu(c) being explained to by Great Lakes Women Refugees Association in Zambia Spokesperson/Advisor Odile Furaha(r) while Gender Minister Nkandu Luo(l) looks on during the tour of stands at the internationals day
President Lungu(c) being explained to by Great Lakes Women Refugees
Association in Zambia Spokesperson/Advisor Odile Furaha(r) while
Gender Minister Nkandu Luo(l) looks on during the tour of stands at
the internationals day

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A ZISC diva posing for a picture.
A ZISC diva posing for a picture.

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President Edgar Lungu talking with ECZ spokesperson Sylvia Bwalya .
President Edgar Lungu talking with ECZ spokesperson Sylvia Bwalya .

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GREAT Lakes Women Refugees Association in Zambia (GWRAZ) spokesperson and an former Rwandan refugee Odile Furaha giving President Edgar Lungu an "agaseke" (a traditional hand-made basket for keeping valuable like jewellery) during the Zambia International Women's Day carnival in Lusaka Showgrounds , President Lungu promised to visit them. GWRAZ, a non-governmental ofrganisation which was formed in Zambia, has embarked an exercise to cultivate banana and sorghum. The crops will be processed in banana juice, banana wine and sorghum beer. The NGO also promotes making of bricks and roofing tiles from clay soil.
GREAT Lakes Women Refugees Association in Zambia (GWRAZ) spokesperson and an former Rwandan refugee Odile Furaha giving President Edgar Lungu an “agaseke” (a traditional hand-made basket for keeping valuable like jewellery) during the Zambia International Women’s Day carnival in Lusaka Showgrounds , President Lungu promised to visit them. GWRAZ, a non-governmental ofrganisation which was formed in Zambia, has embarked an exercise to cultivate banana and sorghum. The crops will be processed in banana juice, banana wine and sorghum beer. The NGO also promotes making of bricks and roofing tiles from clay soil.

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A ZNS officer that forgot her name tag.
A ZNS officer that forgot her name tag.

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ZSIC Stand
ZSIC Stand

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President Edgar Lungu at National Construction Council display.
President Edgar Lungu at National Construction Council display.

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PF Comesa market cardes.
PF Comesa market cardes.

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ZAF Women club stand
ZAF Women club stand

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Joyce Simukoko conferring with PF Secretary General Davies Chama.
Joyce Simukoko conferring with PF Secretary General Davies Chama.

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ZANASE stand
ZANASE stand

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ZANASE stand
ZANASE stand

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ZAF Women club stand
ZAF Women club stand

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Street Women Vendors group
Street Women Vendors group

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ZESCO Stand.
ZESCO Stand.

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"Give me a helping hand please", an unidentified lady seems asking a member of the president security
“Give me a helping hand please”, an unidentified lady seems asking a member of the president security

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Yatsani studio crew on duty.
Yatsani studio crew on duty.

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SARA Longwe delivering her speech.
SARA Longwe delivering her speech.

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UN Resident Coordinator Janer Rogan delivering her speech.
UN Resident Coordinator Janer Rogan delivering her speech.

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President Lungu delivering his speech
President Lungu delivering his speech

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Self proclaimed prophet Cephas T Ngoma at the Lusaka Showground.
Self proclaimed prophet Cephas T Ngoma at the Lusaka Showground.

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Self proclaimed prophet Cephas T Ngoma busy exchanging with Frazer about his prophecy.
Self proclaimed prophet Cephas T Ngoma busy exchanging with Frazer about his prophecy.

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Times of Zambia divas at their stand.
Times of Zambia divas at their stand.

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ZESCO Women enjoying themselves at OP Club in Chamba Valley.
ZESCO Women enjoying themselves at OP Club in Chamba Valley.

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ZESCO Women enjoying themselves at OP Club in Chamba Valley.
ZESCO Women enjoying themselves at OP Club in Chamba Valley.

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Musician James Chamanyazi entertaining ZESCO Women.
Musician James Chamanyazi entertaining ZESCO Women.

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happy ZESCO employee lady dancing
happy ZESCO employee lady dancing

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ZESCO Women enjoying themselves at OP Club in Chamba Valley.
ZESCO Women enjoying themselves at OP Club in Chamba Valley.

19 COMMENTS

    • LT, you’ll have to publish another set of pictures from the UPND women’s day celebrations. You wasted my time and my wrist hurts as a result of scrolling up and down in search of our women.

  1. No no no.. these pictures are incomplete without the picture of one mashuwa from livingstone ejaculating on a lady during womens day…..

  2. I would have loved to see the PF cadre who masturbated and ejaculated on an innocent young lady for wearing UNDP colors. The PF has sunk so low. Shame on them. That guy could have ejaculated on Dora Siliya who is always ready for that.

  3. Nice pics but pics 8 & 9 are great. If a lady principal know how to start a car engine like that, I don’t know why we could not have done the Uganda way by developing our own Zamcab with the help of people like prof Chirwa.

  4. Looks like a poorly organised event surely how can you showcase your fire rescue skills in high heels…i hope this day was used as an excuse for a public holiday!

  5. That lady a ZNS officer in the picture who forgot to put on her name tag looks really good and she is pretty, where can I find her, if she is not married I want to marry her please.

    • Give her a chance, I think her uniform had the name tag place on the wrong side to her mates. It’s a Velcro strip ( on her left) and probably her name tag fell off,…..Zambian uniform!

  6. All had a good day by the looks of it! We’ll done for the successful day of normal Zambian women(minus ignorant UPND) organised by Gender Minster. She has delivered the attention required to this matter, celebrating women contribution and encouraging it. We could have ignored this day. Some will be complaining about the cost in coming days!

    Those Fire Women are typical Women! The two behind wearing heeled shoes during rescue! I like the Women Clubs, those girls look like they know the best receipe Zambian for Sundried Roasted caterpillars! Fabulous weather, everyone in shirtsleeves!!

  7. I like the uniform for zns, one thing that has impressed me .And a lot of good things going on in Zambia women show off what they can do .
    very good let us look at them as equals , Zambia is a blessed nation , go Lungu go

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