Tuesday, June 18, 2024

The Week in Pictures

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Zambia Army intake 15 of 1987 Brig General Blackson Nyoni paying a courtesy call on First Republican Dr Kenneth Kaunda at his Office
Zambia Army colonel of intake 15 of 1987 greet First Republican Dr Kenneth Kaunda at his Offices

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Zambia Army colonel of intake 15 of 1987 greet First Republican Dr Kenneth Kaunda at his Offices
Zambia Army intake 15 of 1987 Brig General Blackson Nyoni paying a courtesy call on First Republican Dr Kenneth Kaunda at his Office

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First Republican Dr Kenneth Kaunda with Zambia Army intake 15 of 1987 when they paid a courtesy call on him at his Office
First Republican Dr Kenneth Kaunda with Zambia Army intake 15 of 1987 when they paid a courtesy call on him at his Office

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Zambia Army intake 15 of 1987 Brig General Blackson Nyoni presents a Momento to First Republican Dr Kenneth Kaunda when they paid a courtesy call on him at his Office
Zambia Army intake 15 of 1987 Brig General Blackson Nyoni presents a Momento to First Republican Dr Kenneth Kaunda when they paid a courtesy call on him at his Office

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Zambian Battalion(ZAMBATT 3) during the official opening of the Pre-Deployment Training at Nanking Army Battle Training Area
Zambian Battalion(ZAMBATT 3) during the official opening of the Pre-Deployment Training at Nanking Army Battle Training Area

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Zambian Battalion(ZAMBATT 3) during the official opening of the Pre-Deployment Training at Nanking Army Battle Training Area
Zambian Battalion(ZAMBATT 3) during the official opening of the Pre-Deployment Training at Nanking Army Battle Training Area

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Zambian Battalion(ZAMBATT 3) Commence Training at Nanking Army Battle Training Area, This was during the official opening of the Pre-Deployment Training
Zambian Battalion(ZAMBATT 3) Commence Training at Nanking Army Battle Training Area, This was during the official opening of the Pre-Deployment Training

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Zambian Battalion(ZAMBATT 3) Commence Training at Nanking Army Battle Training Area, This was during the official opening of the Pre-Deployment Training
Zambian Battalion(ZAMBATT 3) Commence Training at Nanking Army Battle Training Area, This was during the official opening of the Pre-Deployment Training

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Zambian Battalion(ZAMBATT 3) during the official opening of the Pre-Deployment Training at Nanking Army Battle Training Area
Zambian Battalion(ZAMBATT 3) during the official opening of the Pre-Deployment Training at Nanking Army Battle Training Area

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Zambian Battalion(ZAMBATT 3) during the official opening of the Pre-Deployment Training at Nanking Army Battle Training Area
Zambian Battalion(ZAMBATT 3) during the official opening of the Pre-Deployment Training at Nanking Army Battle Training Area

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Zambian Battalion(ZAMBATT 3) during the official opening of the Pre-Deployment Training at Nanking Army Battle Training Area
Zambian Battalion(ZAMBATT 3) during the official opening of the Pre-Deployment Training at Nanking Army Battle Training Area

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Copperbelt Police Commissioner Charity Katanga inspecting mealie meal destined to be smuggled to neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). By RABECCA CHIPANTA
Copperbelt Police Commissioner Charity Katanga inspecting mealie meal destined to be smuggled to neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). By RABECCA CHIPANTA

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Ministry of Energy Permanent Secretary Emeldah Chola(c),Energy Regulation Director General Engineer Joseph Ng'ang'a(l) and COMESA Director of Human Resource and Administration in Charge Victoria Mwewa(r) chats during the official opening of the 7th Regional Association of Energy Regulators Annual General Meeting in Lusaka
Ministry of Energy Permanent Secretary Emeldah Chola(c),Energy Regulation Director General Engineer Joseph Ng’ang’a(l) and COMESA Director of Human Resource and Administration in Charge Victoria Mwewa(r) chats during the official opening of the 7th Regional Association of Energy Regulators Annual General Meeting in Lusaka

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Energy Regulation Director General Engineer Joseph Ng'ang'a(l) explaining to Ministry of Energy Permanent Secretary Emeldah Chola(r) during the official opening of the 7th Regional Association of Energy Regulators Annual General Meeting in Lusaka
Energy Regulation Director General Engineer Joseph Ng’ang’a(l) explaining to Ministry of Energy Permanent Secretary Emeldah Chola(r) during the official opening of the 7th Regional Association of Energy Regulators Annual General Meeting in Lusaka

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COMMUNITY Markets for Conservation (COMACO) founder and president Dr Dale Lewis introducing members of staff to Eastern Province Minister Makebi Zulu when the minister toured the hub in Chipata
COMMUNITY Markets for Conservation (COMACO) founder and president Dr Dale Lewis introducing members of staff to Eastern Province Minister Makebi Zulu when the minister toured the hub in Chipata

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COMMUNITY Markets for Conservation (COMACO) founder and president Dr Dale Lewis introducing members of staff to Eastern Province Minister Makebi Zulu when the minister toured the hub in Chipata
COMMUNITY Markets for Conservation (COMACO) founder and president Dr Dale Lewis introducing members of staff to Eastern Province Minister Makebi Zulu when the minister toured the hub in Chipata

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Eastern Province Minister Makebi Zulu(in black suit), Community Markets for Conservation (COMACO) founder and president Dr Dale Lewis listening to Comaco production manager Shula Chisanga at Comaco hub in Chipata
Eastern Province Minister Makebi Zulu(in black suit), Community Markets for Conservation (COMACO) founder and president Dr Dale Lewis listening to Comaco production manager Shula Chisanga at Comaco hub in Chipata

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The driver of the Toyota IST Reg No. ALV 5737 plunged into the drainage system along the Independence Highway opposite NAPSA Building in Solwezi on Tuesday night and escaped death. The unidentified driver is, however, on the run
The driver of the Toyota IST Reg No. ALV 5737 plunged into the drainage system along the Independence Highway opposite NAPSA Building in Solwezi on Tuesday night and escaped death. The unidentified driver is, however, on the run

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Lukashya Independent Member of Parliament Mwenya Munkonge and Lusenga Ward Councilor Peter Kampambwe inspect a girl’s dormitory at the upgraded Munkonge primary School to a Secondary in Chief Munkonge’s area in Kasama today. Looking on is School head teacher Phebby Sikazwe
Lukashya Independent Member of Parliament Mwenya Munkonge and Lusenga Ward Councilor Peter Kampambwe inspect a girl’s dormitory at the upgraded Munkonge primary School to a Secondary in Chief Munkonge’s area in Kasama today. Looking on is School head teacher Phebby Sikazwe

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Government has launched this year’s Indoor Residential Spray (IRS) against Malaria for North-Western province. Above, From left to right, Acting Solwezi District Health Director Hillary Luputa, District Administrative officer Chris Nyungila and Acting provincial medical officer Dr Evans Tulisha during the launch of the IRS at Mitec market in Solwezi
Government has launched this year’s Indoor Residential Spray (IRS) against Malaria for North-Western province. Above, From left to right, Acting Solwezi District Health Director Hillary Luputa, District Administrative officer Chris Nyungila and Acting provincial medical officer Dr Evans Tulisha during the launch of the IRS at Mitec market in Solwezi

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From Left to Right) Southern Province Permanent Secretary Mr. Sibanze Simuchoba, Monze District Council Chairperson Mr. Bisha Munsaka, Namwala District Commissioner Ms Mary Sakala, government and World Vision officials pose for a photo after the launch of Re-aligning Agriculture and Water Sanitation and Health Hygiene(WASH) for Nutrition(RAGWA-NUT) project yesterday that would be implemented by World Vision and Jesus Cares Ministries in Monze, Namwala, and Sinazongwe. The project is expected to upscale nutrition and would target a total of 452,094 people in the three Districts.
From Left to Right) Southern Province Permanent Secretary Mr. Sibanze Simuchoba, Monze District Council Chairperson Mr. Bisha Munsaka, Namwala District Commissioner Ms Mary Sakala, government and World Vision officials pose for a photo after the launch of Re-aligning Agriculture and Water Sanitation and Health Hygiene(WASH) for Nutrition(RAGWA-NUT) project yesterday that would be implemented by World Vision and Jesus Cares Ministries in Monze, Namwala, and Sinazongwe. The project is expected to upscale nutrition and would target a total of 452,094 people in the three Districts.

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(From left to right) Monze District Commissioners Mr .Cyprian Hamanyanga, Chiefttainess Choongo of Monze District, world Vision Human Resource Director Mr. Mubita Mukelabai, Southern Province Permanent Secretary Mr. Sibanze Simuchoba, Monze District Council Chairperson Mr. Bisha Munsaka(far left white shirt and tie) and a senior government officials pose for a photo after the launch of Re-aligning Agriculture and Water Sanitation and Health Hygiene(WASH) for Nutrition(RAGWA-NUT) project
(From left to right) Monze District Commissioners Mr .Cyprian Hamanyanga, Chiefttainess Choongo of Monze District, world Vision Human Resource Director Mr. Mubita Mukelabai, Southern Province Permanent Secretary Mr. Sibanze Simuchoba, Monze District Council Chairperson Mr. Bisha Munsaka(far left white shirt and tie) and a senior government officials pose for a photo after the launch of Re-aligning Agriculture and Water Sanitation and Health Hygiene(WASH) for Nutrition(RAGWA-NUT) project

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Southern Province Permanent Secretary Mr. Sibanze Simuchoba delivering his speech when he officially launched the of Re-aligning Agriculture and Water Sanitation and Health Hygiene(WASH) for Nutrition(RAGWA-NUT) project yesterday that has been co-funded by The European Union (EU) and World Vision at a total cost of Euros 1.1 Million yesterday. The project would run for 36 months from November 2016 to December 2019.
Southern Province Permanent Secretary Mr. Sibanze Simuchoba delivering his speech when he officially launched the of Re-aligning Agriculture and Water Sanitation and Health Hygiene(WASH) for Nutrition(RAGWA-NUT) project yesterday that has been co-funded by The European Union (EU) and World Vision at a total cost of Euros 1.1 Million yesterday. The project would run for 36 months from November 2016 to December 2019.

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The ministry of Health in North-Western province has launched (IRS) Indoor Residential Spraying to curb down the spread of Malaria in the region. Above, Sprayer operator Cynthia Namukonda, during the launch of the IRS at Mitec market in Solwezi
The ministry of Health in North-Western province has launched (IRS) Indoor Residential Spraying to curb down the spread of Malaria in the region. Above, Sprayer operator Cynthia Namukonda, during the launch of the IRS at Mitec market in Solwezi

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Acting Agriculture Minister who is also Minister of Livestock and Fisheries Michael Katambo pays his last respect to the late former Minister of Agriculture in the MMD government Misheck Chiinda at the Anglican Cathedral of the Holy cross in lusaka
Acting Agriculture Minister who is also Minister of Livestock and Fisheries Michael Katambo pays his last respect to the late former Minister of Agriculture in the MMD government Misheck Chiinda at the Anglican Cathedral of the Holy cross in lusaka

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 Ndola District Patriotic Front (PF) members on Wednesday staged a solidarity march from their office to Cabinet Office in support of President Edgar Lungu
Ndola District Patriotic Front (PF) members on Wednesday staged a solidarity march from their office to Cabinet Office in support of President Edgar Lungu

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Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, addresses ex-miners at the civic center in Kitwe. Next to him is Kitwe Mayor, Christopher Kang'ombe.
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, addresses ex-miners at the civic center in Kitwe. Next to him is Kitwe Mayor, Christopher Kang’ombe.

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Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, addresses Mopani Copper Mines management when he visited the Head Office in Kitwe
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, addresses Mopani Copper Mines management when he visited the Head Office in Kitwe

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Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, addresses Mopani Copper Mines management when he visited the Head Office in Kitwe
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, addresses Mopani Copper Mines management when he visited the Head Office in Kitwe

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Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, listens to Mopani Copper Mines Chief Executive Officer, Johan Jansen, in Kitwe
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, listens to Mopani Copper Mines Chief Executive Officer, Johan Jansen, in Kitwe

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Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, inspects a vegetable nursery at Chombwe Correctional Centre in Masaiti District. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, inspects a vegetable nursery at Chombwe Correctional Centre in Masaiti District. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.

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Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo addresses inmates at Chombwe Correctional Centre in Masaiti District, to whom he donated a cow on behalf of President Edgar Lungu on Thursday. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo addresses inmates at Chombwe Correctional Centre in Masaiti District, to whom he donated a cow on behalf of President Edgar Lungu on Thursday. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.

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Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo was in Masaiti District on Thursday to inspect farms at Chondwe Correctional Centre. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo was in Masaiti District on Thursday to inspect farms at Chondwe Correctional Centre. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS

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Members of the 'Association of Vendors and Marketeers in Zambia and the Nationa Traders and Marketeers Association of Zambia, yesterday staged on a solidarity match to register their removal from Kitwe's Central Business District by the Kitwe City Council.
Members of the ‘Association of Vendors and Marketeers in Zambia and the Nationa Traders and Marketeers Association of Zambia, yesterday staged on a solidarity match to register their removal from Kitwe’s Central Business District by the Kitwe City Council.

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Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, inspects a maize farm at Chombwe Correctional Centre in Masaiti District, which had been affected by stock borers but has survived due to government’s quick intervention of buying pesticides for affected crops. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, inspects a maize farm at Chombwe Correctional Centre in Masaiti District, which had been affected by stock borers but has survived due to government’s quick intervention of buying pesticides for affected crops. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.

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Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, inspects a maize farm at Chombwe Correctional Centre in Masaiti District, which had been affected by stock borers but has survived due to government’s quick intervention of buying pesticides for affected crops. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, inspects a maize farm at Chombwe Correctional Centre in Masaiti District, which had been affected by stock borers but has survived due to government’s quick intervention of buying pesticides for affected crops. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.

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Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, inspects a maize farm at Chombwe Correctional Centre in Masaiti District, which had been affected by stock borers but has survived due to government’s quick intervention of buying pesticides for affected crops. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, inspects a maize farm at Chombwe Correctional Centre in Masaiti District, which had been affected by stock borers but has survived due to government’s quick intervention of buying pesticides for affected crops. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.

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Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, inspects a 20 hectare farm at at Chombwe Correctional Centre in Masaiti District. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, inspects a 20 hectare farm at at Chombwe Correctional Centre in Masaiti District. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.

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Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, slashes at Chombwe Primary School when he visited the area in Masaiti District on Thursday. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, slashes at Chombwe Primary School when he visited the area in Masaiti District on Thursday. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.

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 Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, greets a pupil at Chombwe Primary School when he visited the area in Masaiti District on Thursday. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, greets a pupil at Chombwe Primary School when he visited the area in Masaiti District on Thursday. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.

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This classroom block at Chombwe Primary School when he visited the area in Masaiti District has been in this deplorable state with cracks and no roof for the past 2 years. This came to light when Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo visited the school on Thursday, much to his dismay. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.
This classroom block at Chombwe Primary School when he visited the area in Masaiti District has been in this deplorable state with cracks and no roof for the past 2 years. This came to light when Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo visited the school on Thursday, much to his dismay. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.

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Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo inspects the new Chombwe Rural Health Centre in Masaiti District with in-charge, Tyson Chanda. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo inspects the new Chombwe Rural Health Centre in Masaiti District with in-charge, Tyson Chanda. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.

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North- Western Patriotic Front (PF) executive committee has unanimously endorsed the candidatures of President Edgar Lungu for 2021 general elections. Above, PF provincial chairman Emmanuel Chihili (middle in glasses) flanked by the provincial Information and Publicity secretary Edwin Sekelechi (l) and provincial youth vice chairperson Jackson Kungo (r ) during the announcement in the minister’s hall on Solwezi
North- Western Patriotic Front (PF) executive committee has unanimously endorsed the candidatures of President Edgar Lungu for 2021 general elections. Above, PF provincial chairman Emmanuel Chihili (middle in glasses) flanked by the provincial Information and Publicity secretary Edwin Sekelechi (l) and provincial youth vice chairperson Jackson Kungo (r ) during the announcement in the minister’s hall on Solwezi

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Lukashya Independent Member of Parliament Mwenya Munkonge and Lusenga Ward Councilor Peter Kampambwe when he conducted the on the spot check of Mukanga bridge on Mukanga river which connects Twenty and Kabila villages in Chief Munkonge’s area in Kasama
Lukashya Independent Member of Parliament Mwenya Munkonge and Lusenga Ward Councilor Peter Kampambwe when he conducted the on the spot check of Mukanga bridge on Mukanga river which connects Twenty and Kabila villages in Chief Munkonge’s area in Kasama

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Lukashya Independent Member of Parliament Mwenya Munkonge with a resident of Twenty village Justine Mutale checks on portal frames bought for the construction of Mukanga bridge on Mukanga river which connects Twenty and Kabila villages in Chief Munkonge’s area in Kasama
Lukashya Independent Member of Parliament Mwenya Munkonge with a resident of Twenty village Justine Mutale checks on portal frames bought for the construction of Mukanga bridge on Mukanga river which connects Twenty and Kabila villages in Chief Munkonge’s area in Kasama

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A Lusaka trader moving his merchandise on the Road
A Lusaka trader moving his merchandise on the Road

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A Lusaka trader moving his merchandise on the Road
A Lusaka trader moving his merchandise on the Road

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Lusaka Trader selling on the Street
Lusaka Trader selling on the Street

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A Woman passing through uncollected garbage at UB Market in Mansa Town.
A Woman passing through uncollected garbage at UB Market in Mansa Town.

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A cyclist passing through uncollected garbage at UB Market in Mansa Town.
A cyclist passing through uncollected garbage at UB Market in Mansa Town.

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The construction of UB Market in Mansa has taken off after Government Paid the contractor. Here, workers found working on the project. Picture by Kelly Sinyangwe/ZANIS
The construction of UB Market in Mansa has taken off after Government Paid the contractor.
Here, workers found working on the project.
Picture by Kelly Sinyangwe/ZANIS

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The municipal council in Mansa have started unblocking the drainages following the heavy Rainfall the town is experiencing. Picture by Loreen Maseka/ZANIS
The municipal council in Mansa have started unblocking the drainages following the heavy Rainfall the town is experiencing.
Picture by Loreen Maseka/ZANIS

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The new Chombwe Rural Health Centre in Masaiti District health centre is being constructed by the community and will house, among other things, a maternity ward and a post-recovery room. Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo has, on behalf of his family, donated 20 pockets of cement. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.
The new Chombwe Rural Health Centre in Masaiti District health centre is being constructed by the community and will house, among other things, a maternity ward and a post-recovery room. Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo has, on behalf of his family, donated 20 pockets of cement. Picture by Tisa Banda-Nkhoma/ZANIS.

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Lukashya Independent Member of Parliament Mwenya Munkonge and Lusenga Ward Councilor Peter Kampambwe inspect a girl’s dormitory at the upgraded Munkonge primary School to a Secondary in Chief Munkonge’s area in Kasama today. Looking on is School head teacher Phebby Sikazwe
Lukashya Independent Member of Parliament Mwenya Munkonge and Lusenga Ward Councilor Peter Kampambwe (red shirt) inspect a borehole at Munkonge health Centre in Kasama

20 COMMENTS

    • Pictures 31 and 32 the muzungu managers are not even paying attention probably thinking who the h e l l does this baboon think he is to tell us what to do!

    • Lusambo actually gave then a dressing down for the death of one of the workers at their company premises. Watch ZNBC for real news.

    • I THOUGHT SO AS WELL. THE ARMY LOOKS VERY FIT. NOT FAT BUT SLIM WITH MUSCLES. KEEP IT UP BOYS AND GIRLS. I LOVE THE GREEN VEGETATION. IT SEEMS THE RAIN DID ROUNDS AND THERE WILL BE NO EXECUSE FOR HDRO POWER.

  1. …pic 20..ati driver escaped death…sure?? very funny assumption…pic 43 demonstrates that most MPs are in Parley for their own good and their families….how can a school be in that state for 2 years without coming to the attention of the area MP..and for that he can use his personal resources to repair the classroom block……eeish
    ….pic 1 what does KK do at his office…??

  2. It feels sad to look at some of those structures being referred to as schools upgraded to secondary schools and those which are being referred to as dormitories

  3. Lukashya Independent Member of Parliament Mwenya Munkonge and Lusenga Ward Councilor Peter Kampambwe (red shirt) inspect a borehole at Munkonge health Centre in Kasama.

    Peter Kampambwe is vey small.

  4. I like pic 36 as pic of the year. Keep it up boys. Pics of the week are pics 48 49 where chickens are competing with dogs to transport their goods on the same road. Yes this boy Lusambo is working.

  5. The state of the two schools and the ‘new’ health centre being built (poor workmanship) tells the story about the fact that most of the money collected or earmarked for education and health doesn’t trickle down to where its supposed to. It goes into all these so-called tours, inspections, allowances, seminars, globe trotting by the ‘Great leader’ etc. There is a lot of misappropriation and theft of funds – structures in most rural areas are still deplorable.

  6. Those Pig Sty’s called “A Girl’s Dormitory, & Health Centre” are what Silly Corrupt P.F, are always shouting from the rooftops calling “Infrastructural Developmental Works”
    When you look at the budget, you will be told the Girls Dormitory cost 4 Million in U$ Dollars, & the “Health Centre” cost the taxpayer 7.5 Million U$ Dollars.
    PROBLEM IS THE NON ANALYTICAL BLACK BRAIN WILL NOT EVALUATE & QUESTION SUCH GLARING DISPARITY, BETWEEN QUALITY, STANDARDS, & COST DECLARED, CO’Z P.F TELLS THEM THEY ARE PRO- POOR!!
    P.F, Cadres are more likely to assault & kill you if you attempted to highlight the poor service & daylight robbery they are victims of.
    One then Wonders why Chagwa, & Kambwili are U$ Dollar Millionaires Tenfold! IT’S CALLED DUNUNA REVERSE, SO ENJOY POOR SUFFERING…

  7. We should have dear former President Kaunda’s genes preserved for longevity and good health! Our men should copy his clean lifestyle, no alcohol and a Strong Faith. Wish him more good health! Pic. 6 is very pleasing, our girl at the front marching those men, left, right, left, right……Look Sharp! Running in the rain, pics. 7, 8, reality of Military training, remembering my national service! Rains good this year, no one should be complaining! Let’s see what happens electricity wise as dams should be fit to burst.

  8. That’s a girls dormitory???(looks like an abandoned building for black mambas to live in) And a health centre??? We have to be more serious please. Do our soldiers ever have bullet proof vests or knee and elbow protectors? Or maybe it is they survive “on just being tough” like everything else in Zambia. How can you crawl on the ground with your elbows exposed like that?

  9. #23 Mary SAKALA, DC for Namwala so that all her communications with local people need to be translated into local language. Namwala must be about the only District with continuously imported District Commissioners.

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