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Wednesday, February 26, 2020

The Weekend in Pictures

Photo Gallery The Weekend in Pictures

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A Passenger Bus with Registration Number B286 AZN was spotted over taking by crossing an unbroken line along Choma - Monze road
A Passenger Bus with Registration Number B286 AZN was spotted over taking by crossing an unbroken line along Choma – Monze road

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A Passenger Bus with Registration Number B286 AZN was spotted over taking by crossing an unbroken line along Choma - Monze road
A Passenger Bus with Registration Number B286 AZN was spotted over taking by crossing an unbroken line along Choma – Monze road

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A Passenger Bus with Registration Number B286 AZN was spotted over taking by crossing an unbroken line along Choma - Monze road
A Passenger Bus with Registration Number B286 AZN was spotted over taking by crossing an unbroken line along Choma – Monze road

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Food sellers along Choma- Monze
Food sellers along Choma- Monze

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Food sellers along Choma- Monze
Food sellers along Choma- Monze

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Food sellers along Choma- Monze
Food sellers along Choma- Monze

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Food sellers along Choma- Monze
Food sellers along Choma- Monze

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Mode of transport along Choma Muzuma Road
Mode of transport along Choma Muzuma Road

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Mode of transport along Choma Muzuma Road
Mode of transport along Choma Muzuma Road

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Mode of transport along Choma Muzuma Road
Mode of transport along Choma Muzuma Road

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Mode of transport along Choma Muzuma Road
Mode of transport along Choma Muzuma Road

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Mode of transport along Choma Muzuma Road
Mode of transport along Choma Muzuma Road

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ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned
ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned

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ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned
ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned

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ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned
ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned

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ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned
ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned

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ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned
ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned

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ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned
ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned

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ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned
ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned

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ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned
ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned

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ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned
ZESCO Muzuma substation being upgraded to KV 330 (from KV 220) in order to be connected to the national grid as soon as the Maamba coal plant station is commissioned

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The truck B669 AUX was spotted between Choma - Monze road, the driver escaped unhurt according to a bypasser
The truck B669 AUX was spotted between Choma – Monze road, the driver escaped unhurt according to a bypasser

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The truck B669 AUX was spotted between Choma - Monze road, the driver escaped unhurt according to a bypasser
The truck B669 AUX was spotted between Choma – Monze road, the driver escaped unhurt according to a bypasser

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The truck B669 AUX was spotted between Choma - Monze road, the driver escaped unhurt according to a bypasser
The truck B669 AUX was spotted between Choma – Monze road, the driver escaped unhurt according to a bypasser

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The truck B669 AUX was spotted between Choma - Monze road, the driver escaped unhurt according to a bypasser
The truck B669 AUX was spotted between Choma – Monze road, the driver escaped unhurt according to a bypasser

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State House Special Assistant for Project Monitoring and Implementation Lucky Mulusa (right) with Ndilila Associates director Francis Ndilila (left) leaving the elevators during a tour of International Bus Terminus currently under construction in Livingstone
State House Special Assistant for Project Monitoring and Implementation Lucky Mulusa (right) with Ndilila Associates director Francis Ndilila (left) leaving the elevators during a tour of International Bus Terminus currently under construction in Livingstone

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State House Special Assistant for Project Monitoring and Implementation Lucky Mulusa (left) with Ndilila Associates director Francis Ndilila (right) during a tour of International Bus Terminus currently under construction in Livingstone
State House Special Assistant for Project Monitoring and Implementation Lucky Mulusa (left) with Ndilila Associates director Francis Ndilila (right) during a tour of International Bus Terminus currently under construction in Livingstone

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Agriculture Minister Given Lubinda positioning himself to plant an acacia tree to flag off the Hope Lilayi Women's club tree planting initiative in Lusaka's Lilayi Area
Agriculture Minister Given Lubinda positioning himself to plant an acacia tree to flag off the Hope Lilayi Women’s club tree planting initiative in Lusaka’s Lilayi Area

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One of the beneficiaries of Divine Mercy Home Care Baidwin Chungu(l) thanking wife to kabwata area member of parliament Ireen Lubinda(r) for donating assorted goods to the aged in Chilenje
One of the beneficiaries of Divine Mercy Home Care Baidwin Chungu(l) thanking wife to kabwata area member of parliament Ireen Lubinda(r) for donating assorted goods to the aged in Chilenje

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Agriculture Minister Given Lubinda's wife Irene Lubinda(r) donating assorted goods
Agriculture Minister Given Lubinda’s wife Irene Lubinda(r) donating assorted goods

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Agriculture Minister Given Lubinda planting the acacia tree during the flag off of the Hope Lilayi Women's club tree planting exercise in Lusaka's Lilayi Area
Agriculture Minister Given Lubinda planting the acacia tree during the flag off of the Hope Lilayi Women’s club tree planting exercise in Lusaka’s Lilayi Area

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Commanding Officer of Lilayi Police College Richard Mweene(l) planting the acacia tree as Agriculture Minister Given Lubinda(r) looks on during the flag off of the Hope Lilayi Women's club tree planting exercise in Lusaka's Lilayi Area
Commanding Officer of Lilayi Police College Richard Mweene(l) planting the acacia tree as Agriculture Minister Given Lubinda(r) looks on during the flag off of the Hope Lilayi Women’s club tree planting exercise in Lusaka’s Lilayi Area

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Hope Lilayi Women's club Chairperson Mary Banda(l) planting the acacia tree as Agriculture Minister Given Lubinda(r) looks on during the flag off of the Hope Lilayi Women's club tree planting exercise in Lusaka's Lilayi Area
Hope Lilayi Women’s club Chairperson Mary Banda(l) planting the acacia tree as Agriculture Minister Given Lubinda(r) looks on during the flag off of the Hope Lilayi Women’s club tree planting exercise in Lusaka’s Lilayi Area

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Agriculture Minister Given Lubinda(r) giving a present to one of the beneficiaries of Divine Mercy Home Care Margaret Katenga(l) for making it to grade 8 during the donation in Chilenje
Agriculture Minister Given Lubinda(r) giving a present to one of the beneficiaries of Divine Mercy Home Care Margaret Katenga(l) for making it to grade 8 during the donation in Chilenje

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Hope Lilayi Women's club Chairperson Mary Banda(l) planting the acacia tree as Agriculture Minister Given Lubinda(r) looks on during the flag off of the Hope Lilayi Women's club tree planting exercise in Lusaka's Lilayi Area
Hope Lilayi Women’s club Chairperson Mary Banda(l) planting the acacia tree as Agriculture Minister Given Lubinda(r) looks on during the flag off of the Hope Lilayi Women’s club tree planting exercise in Lusaka’s Lilayi Area

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President Edgar Lungu shows a PF symbol to the cadres on arrival at Chipata Airport in Chipata to attend a Church service at Blessed of Hope Church
President Edgar Lungu shows a PF symbol to the cadres on arrival at Chipata Airport in Chipata to attend a Church service at Blessed of Hope Church

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President Edgar Lungu singing a song Reverend Sams Kafunda on his right and PF secretary General Davies Chama Left When he attended a church service at Blessed of Hope Church
President Edgar Lungu singing a song Reverend Sams Kafunda on his right and PF secretary General Davies Chama Left When he attended a church service at Blessed of Hope Church

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President Edgar Lungu singing a song shares a light moment with PF secretary General Davies Chama Left When he attended a church service at Blessed of Hope Church
President Edgar Lungu singing a song shares a light moment with PF secretary General Davies Chama Left When he attended a church service at Blessed of Hope Church

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President Edgar Lungu shakes hands with Reverand Sams Kafundang when he attended a church service at Blesed of Hope Church
President Edgar Lungu shakes hands with Reverand Sams Kafundang when he attended a church service at Blessed of Hope Church

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The Zambian players listen to Charge D' Affaires at the the Zambian High Commission, Philomena Kachesa before their game against Tunisia at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa
The Zambian players listen to Charge D’ Affaires at the the Zambian High Commission, Philomena Kachesa before their game against Tunisia at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Players in prayer before their game against Tunisia at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa
Players in prayer before their game against Tunisia at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Delegation leader Lee Kawanu,Charge D' Affaires at the the Zambian High Commission, Philomena Kachesa, First Secretary at the Zambian High Commission Josephat Sakala and Deputy delegation leader Julio Chiluba in prayer before their game against Tunisia at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa
Delegation leader Lee Kawanu,Charge D’ Affaires at the the Zambian High Commission, Philomena Kachesa, First Secretary at the Zambian High Commission Josephat Sakala and Deputy delegation leader Julio Chiluba in prayer before their game against Tunisia at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Right - Left: Delegation leader Lee Kawanu, former FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya and Confederation of African Football (CAF) Madagascar Organising Committee president Ahmad Ahmad during the Zambian and Tunisian national anthems before the start of the game at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa
Right – Left: Delegation leader Lee Kawanu, former FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya and Confederation of African Football (CAF) Madagascar Organising Committee president Ahmad Ahmad during the Zambian and Tunisian national anthems before the start of the game at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa

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 The two teams during their national anthems before the start of the game at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa
The two teams during their national anthems before the start of the game at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa

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The Zambian team greets fans before their game against Tunisia at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa
The Zambian team greets fans before their game against Tunisia at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Right - Left: Delegation leader Lee Kawanu, former FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya and Confederation of African Football (CAF) Madagascar Organising Committee president Ahmad Ahmad follow proceedings during the Zambia - Tunisia game at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa
Right – Left: Delegation leader Lee Kawanu, former FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya and Confederation of African Football (CAF) Madagascar Organising Committee president Ahmad Ahmad follow proceedings during the Zambia – Tunisia game at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Right - Left: Delegation leader Lee Kawanu, former FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya and Confederation of African Football (CAF) Madagascar Organising Committee president Ahmad Ahmad follow proceedings during the Zambia - Tunisia game at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa
Right – Left: Delegation leader Lee Kawanu, former FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya and Confederation of African Football (CAF) Madagascar Organising Committee president Ahmad Ahmad follow proceedings during the Zambia – Tunisia game at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Former FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya (left) and delegation leader Lee Kawanu, follow proceedings during the Zambia - Tunisia game at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa
Former FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya (left) and delegation leader Lee Kawanu, follow proceedings during the Zambia – Tunisia game at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Zambia officials in prayer before their game against Tunisia at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa
Zambia officials in prayer before their game against Tunisia at Ellis Park Arena, Johannesburg, South Africa

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    • What is RATSA going to do about that Bus. The Number Plate is Clear. That is putting the lives of passengers in Danger. How do you take such a risk over talking at a bend with road marking clearly telling you not to overtake. It is this disregard for the road rules that causes accidents and not devils. You can pray all you want but if simple rules are not followed , you will keep killing people on buses

    • Please, he had started to overtake at the right time, not his fault that as he was overtaking the line changed.

    • In Pictures 2 and 3, the unbroken line is the inner line. The outer line is the broken line meaning that the driver was right to overtake

    • Exactly! Why would you want to alarm people when the driver did the right thing? How could he have crossed the unbroken line?

    • This is what happens when majority of drivers have “Bought” their licences!!
      The start arguing that what is wrong is actually right!! You wonder why they are dying like flies!!

      If the road markings CHANGE WHILST YOU ARE OVERTAKING, YOU BLO..ODY ABORT your overtake!!

      YOU ONLY OVERTAKE WHEN THE BROKEN LINE IS CLOSEST TO YOU, NOT THE CONTINOUS LINE!!
      Any way, “Fya ba sungu” – what do you expect???

      And any way, #Chagwamustfall!!

      Vote wisely 11/8/2016!! Vote Zambia Forward when RTSA will actually be staffed by proper officers!! Not ba cadre ba PamaFI!!

      I thank you!!

    • The sign post clearly states blind bend/turn ahead and the driver is overturning a truck…imagine yourself or a truck correctly proceeding from the other side at 100km/hr..its a head on collision

  1. LT, your captioning is RUBBISH as usual. I have forever given up on you uneducated lot at LT. Obviously upnd cadres.

  2. AS MATTER OF FACT HIGHWAY(MOTORWAY) AND STREET CAMERAS ARE NEEDED IN ZAMBIA. STREET AND MOTORWAY CAMERAS ARE NO LONGER A LUXURY FOR THE DEVELOPED COUNTRIES BUT A SECURITY AND SAFETY NECESSITY OF ANY COUNTRY THAT CARES FOR IT’S RESIDENTS. TECHNOLOGY IS NOW VWERY CHEAP THAT ALL GOVERNMENTS OF THE WORLD CAN AFFORD IT. IN FACT THIS IS A WAKE UP CALL FOR FOR SOME OF THE MFEZ HIGH-TECH INVESTORS. PLEASE, DIVERSIFY INTO SECURITY AND SAFETY GADGETS SUCH AS HIGHWAY AND STREET CAMERAS FOR ZAMBIA AND EXPORT TO NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES AND BEYOND.

    • IT DOESN’T MATTER THE ORIGIN OF THE TRANSPORT SERVICE. WHAT MATTERS IS THAT THE ACCIDENT HAPPENED IN ZAMBIA AND ZAMBIA HAS TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT THESE DAILY ACCIDENTS. RTSA ARE TOO CORRUPT TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT. THEY HAVE ALREADY EATEN THE MONEY FROM THESE TRANSPORT OPERATORS. THE OTHER THING IS- PASSENGER TRAVEL ON OPEN TRUCKS MUST BE BANNED IN ZAMBIA. ESPECIALLY, WHERE GOOD ROADS HAVE ALREADY BEEN CONSTRUCTED AND BUSES OPERATE THOSE ROUTES.

  3. …from @7 WE CANNOT BE EXPERIENCING SO MANY SERIOUS ACCIDENTS IN THE COUNTRY DUE TO PREVALENT CARELESS DRIVERS WHO ARE SUPPORTED BY OUR DEEPLY CORRUPT RTSA, THE POLICE, DEC, ACC, ETC. CAMERAS WOULD CURB WRONG-DOERS ON THE ROADS WHO WILL BE FINED BY THE COUNCILS AND THE CORRUPT RTSA THEMSELVES TO MAKE MORE MONEY FOR THEIR POCKETS. CAMERAS ARE A MULTI BILLION POUND SPINNERS WHEREVER THEY ARE EMPLOYED.

  4. What a sad situation. It tells a lot about increased Road Traffic Accidents in Zambia. I think the guy must have his driver’s license confiscated! He is a danger to many! What a shame!

  5. the truck driver on top must drive in the safety line when he saw he was being over taken now we have 2 errors causing dangers the ***** bus driver and truck driver

    • The Bus has a bible verse painted on it so its protected by the hand of God as it quotes the Whiteman’s holy book for docile Africans.

  6. Both Picture 2 & 3 show the high levels of stupidity, idiocy and carelessness by the bus driver. I see disgusting comments from ignorants and quacks masquerading as knowledgeable. What kind of nonsense is that? Is it not the duty of the driver to see road signs ahead of time and know that he is approaching a curve and that when a continous white line is approaching he is to refrain from overtaking? Is it also not common sense to avoid overtaking on a curve because it is not safe for both you and the on coming traffic? This is exactly what I mean when I say dogs have come to our roads masquerading as drivers.

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