Dora Siliya and Margaret Mwanakatwe Eastern Province Tour in Pictures

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From right to left: AGRICULTURE Minister, Dora Siliya, Eastern Province Minister, Makebi Zulu, Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe and Luapula Province Minister, Nixon Chilangwa, during the first Eastern Province Symposium on development held at Protea Hotel in Chipata
From right to left: AGRICULTURE Minister, Dora Siliya, Eastern Province Minister, Makebi Zulu, Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe and Luapula Province Minister, Nixon Chilangwa, during the first Eastern Province Symposium on development held at Protea Hotel in Chipata

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From left to right: Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe, Eastern Province Minister, Makebi Zulu, Agriculture Minister, Dora Siliya and Luapula Province Minister, Nxon Chilangwa during the first Eastern Province Symposium on development held at Protea Hotel in Chipata on Thursday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
From left to right: Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe, Eastern Province Minister, Makebi Zulu, Agriculture Minister, Dora Siliya and Luapula Province Minister, Nxon Chilangwa during the first Eastern Province Symposium on development held at Protea Hotel in Chipata on Thursday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

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ZAMBIA Development Agency (ZDA) Director General, Patrick Chisanga, gives a presentation during the first Eastern Province Symposium on development held at Protea Hotel in Chipata
ZAMBIA Development Agency (ZDA) Director General, Patrick Chisanga, gives a presentation during the first Eastern Province Symposium on development held at Protea Hotel in Chipata

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ZAMBIA Development Agency (ZDA) Director General, Patrick Chisanga, gives a presentation during the first Eastern Province Symposium on development held at Protea Hotel in Chipata
ZAMBIA Development Agency (ZDA) Director General, Patrick Chisanga, gives a presentation during the first Eastern Province Symposium on development held at Protea Hotel in Chipata

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PARAMOUNT Chief Mpenzeni ( left) and representative of Paramount Chief Gawa Undi, Chief Chanje, follow proceedings during the first Eastern Province Symposium on development held at Protea Hotel in Chipata
PARAMOUNT Chief Mpenzeni ( left) and representative of Paramount Chief Gawa Undi, Chief Chanje, follow proceedings during the first Eastern Province Symposium on development held at Protea Hotel in Chipata

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CHIEF Madzimawe ( right) delivers a speech on behalf of Paramount Chief Mpezeni during the first Eastern Province Symposium on development held at Protea Hotel in Chipata
CHIEF Madzimawe ( right) delivers a speech on behalf of Paramount Chief Mpezeni during the first Eastern Province Symposium on development held at Protea Hotel in Chipata

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EASTERN Province Minister, Makebi Zulu, offiates at the first regional Symposium on development held at Protea Hotel in Chipata on Thursday. On the left are Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe, Luapula Province Minister, Nixon Chilangwa and on the right is Agriculture Minister, Dora Siliya. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
EASTERN Province Minister, Makebi Zulu, offiates at the first regional Symposium on development held at Protea Hotel in Chipata on Thursday. On the left are Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe, Luapula Province Minister, Nixon Chilangwa and on the right is Agriculture Minister, Dora Siliya. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

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EASTERN Province Minister, Makebi Zulu, offiates at the first regional Symposium on development held at Protea Hotel in Chipata on Thursday. On the left is Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe and on the right is Agriculture Minister, Dora Siliya. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
EASTERN Province Minister, Makebi Zulu, offiates at the first regional Symposium on development held at Protea Hotel in Chipata on Thursday. On the left is Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe and on the right is Agriculture Minister, Dora Siliya. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

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AGRICULTURE Minister, Dora Siliya, speaking at the first Eastern Province Symposium on development at Protea Hotel in Chipata on Thursday. On her right are Eastern Province Minister, Makebi Zulu and Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
AGRICULTURE Minister, Dora Siliya, speaking at the first Eastern Province Symposium on development at Protea Hotel in Chipata on Thursday. On her right are Eastern Province Minister, Makebi Zulu and Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

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AGRICULTURE Minister, Dora Siliya, speaking at the first Eastern Province Symposium on development at Protea Hotel in Chipata on Thursday. On her right are Eastern Province Minister, Makebi Zulu, Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe and Luapula Province Minister, Nixon Chilangwa. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
AGRICULTURE Minister, Dora Siliya, speaking at the first Eastern Province Symposium on development at Protea Hotel in Chipata on Thursday. On her right are Eastern Province Minister, Makebi Zulu, Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe and Luapula Province Minister, Nixon Chilangwa. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

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AGRICULTURE Minister, Dora Siliya, speaking at the first Eastern Province Symposium on development at Protea Hotel in Chipata on Thursday. On her right are Eastern Province Minister, Makebi Zulu and Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
AGRICULTURE Minister, Dora Siliya, speaking at the first Eastern Province Symposium on development at Protea Hotel in Chipata on Thursday. On her right are Eastern Province Minister, Makebi Zulu and Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

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COMMUNITY Market for Conservation (COMACO) Manager, Smith Kapeya and Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe confer during the tour of the peanut butter processing plant in Chipata on Thursday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
COMMUNITY Market for Conservation (COMACO) Manager, Smith Kapeya and Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe confer during the tour of the peanut butter processing plant in Chipata on Thursday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

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COMMUNITY Market for Conservation (COMACO) Manager, Smith Kapeya, explains to Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe about the peanut butter processing machine. This was when the Minister toured the plant in Chipata on Thursday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
COMMUNITY Market for Conservation (COMACO) Manager, Smith Kapeya, explains to Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe about the peanut butter processing machine. This was when the Minister toured the plant in Chipata on Thursday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

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COMMERCE Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe, admires the packaging of peanut butter at Community Market for Conservation (COMACO) in Chipata on Thursday when she toured the processing plant. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
COMMERCE Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe, admires the packaging of peanut butter at Community Market for Conservation (COMACO) in Chipata on Thursday when she toured the processing plant. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

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COMMUNITY Market for Conservation (COMACO) President and founder, Dale Lewis, welcomes Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe, when she visited the processing plant for peanut butter and other products in Chipata on Thursday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
COMMUNITY Market for Conservation (COMACO) President and founder, Dale Lewis, welcomes Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe, when she visited the processing plant for peanut butter and other products in Chipata on Thursday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

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EASTERN Comfort Lodge Proprietor, Elvis Mhone, welcomes Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe, when she visited the Lodge in Chipata on Thursday. Mr. Mhone is a beneficiary of a loan from the Citizen Economic Empowerment Commission (CEEC) to expand his business. Second from right is CEEC Director General, Likando Mukumbuta and second left is Eastern Province CEEC Coordinator, Calistus Maingaila. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
EASTERN Comfort Lodge Proprietor, Elvis Mhone, welcomes Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe, when she visited the Lodge in Chipata on Thursday. Mr. Mhone is a beneficiary of a loan from the Citizen Economic Empowerment Commission (CEEC) to expand his business. Second from right is CEEC Director General, Likando Mukumbuta and second left is Eastern Province CEEC Coordinator, Calistus Maingaila. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

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COMMUNITY Market for Conservation (COMACO) President and founder, Dale Lewis, introduces COMACO Manager, Smith Kapeya, when the Minister visited COMACO in Chipata on Thursday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
COMMUNITY Market for Conservation (COMACO) President and founder, Dale Lewis, introduces COMACO Manager, Smith Kapeya, when the Minister visited COMACO in Chipata on Thursday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

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EASTERN Comfort Lodge Proprietor, Elvis Mhone, speaking when Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe (r ) visited the lodge in Chipata on Thursday to appreciate what the loan obtained from Citizens Economic Empowerment Commission (CEEC) has done in terms of business improvement at the premises. In the middle is CEEC Director General, Likando Mukumbuta. The Minister also visited other projects funded by CEEC in Chipata
EASTERN Comfort Lodge Proprietor, Elvis Mhone, speaking when Commerce Minister, Margaret Mwanakatwe (r ) visited the lodge in Chipata on Thursday to appreciate what the loan obtained from Citizens Economic Empowerment Commission (CEEC) has done in terms of business improvement at the premises. In the middle is CEEC Director General, Likando Mukumbuta. The Minister also visited other projects funded by CEEC in Chipata

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    How do they feel working together when they were both Rupiah Banda’s girlfriend at some point? Doesn’t bother them I guess. But Dora has more bottom power obviously.

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    If the nation benefits from such tours, then it is fine besides thats what they do.
    Than say Dora’s tag is not on agriculture.

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      How do you define a mini dress?

      If what I’m seeing is causing problems for men then I’m scared for the society we are building.

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    Ba LT have run out of stories to write. Just showing us pictures of two prostitutes gallivanting in eastern province. Ma rubbish!!!

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    Please sweetie Dollar $ility don’t be leaving me alone for so long in room at the guest house. Or at least don’t take Maggie along, I need expensive company. I may be tempted to cross over Malawi to check out if Mutharika has daughters.

    I am lonely.

    Yours truly,

    Mubalama

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    A*maule. Legs not crossed and wide open. Dora is wearing almost $2,000 pair of shoes. Google red bottom heels and see what they cost. Yet students in Zambia cannot even pay school fees. These thieves in office need to be investigated. Sleeping their way to the top just so they can make it. One was just caught parading at a nightclub drunk! The other had her ex using a fake passport gallavanting all the way in the US using Zambians tax payers money and noting was done about it. No discipline! Not fired and shows you Lungu does not care who he hires or what they do. No b-alls like Michael Sata because these f-ools would not have lasted this long. These ministers know weak Lungu cannot touch them. Even Kambwili is laughing all the way to the bank. He gets to keep his properties.

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    These are pillars ministers for Eastern Province , not even the likes of Nicholas Banda can be compared, CEEC was given to the peanut butterman because of a white man i guess if it was a local he couldnt be given unless he or she is in government

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    So disappointed with many of you bloggers..why should the dress code of the 2 ministers cause so much hate and infringe on you you useless rights??? Like it or not, the Two women ministers in the photos have not abrogated any dress code and they are as beautiful as they are dressed and they are representing all the women of this planet which has become full of misogynists like you!!!!! Dora and Margaret..you look gorgeous and keep it up?

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      Surely they will keep it( for men ) up with those mini skirts….starting with chisanga,s mpezeni and probably yours as u write from ur office alone..God knows wat u upto

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    @Jeff Mwanza they can only keep it up if those are standards in Zambia. That dress code in North America Dora is exhibiting is when people are going out to private functions or delegate parties not office wear. The white beads attached to the outfit and shoes is outrageous because how is one to walk without their feet getting tired. Bright red lipstick is usually a no! no! and one is asked to tone it down because roles like being a minister are different from being a call-girl. But then again how would you know since you are dumb as f*uck like the two women. A woman with kegs crossed shows respect for herself and not wanting the whole world to see her i*chinena! Unless of course that is the intention behind it. Etiquette is very hard and a tough act to know but one can learn.

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