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The Week in Pictures

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President Edgar Lungu confers with Lusaka Province Minister Japhen Mwakalombe during the official launch of the 2017 National Health Week at the Olympic Youth Development Centre
President Edgar Lungu confers with Lusaka Province Minister Japhen Mwakalombe during the official launch of the 2017 National Health Week at the Olympic Youth Development Centre

First Lady Esther Lungu playing pool while President Edgar Lungu looks on during the official launch of the 2017 National Health Week at the Olympic Youth Development Centre
First Lady Esther Lungu playing pool while President Edgar Lungu looks on during the official launch of the 2017 National Health Week at the Olympic Youth Development Centre

President Edgar Lungu flanked by Health Minister Dr.Chitalu Chilufya tours the selected stands during the official launch of the 2017 National Health Week at the Olympic Youth Development Centre
President Edgar Lungu flanked by Health Minister Dr.Chitalu Chilufya tours the selected stands during the official launch of the 2017 National Health Week at the Olympic Youth Development Centre

President Edgar Lungu takes part in the 100metres race during the official launch of the 2017 National Health Week at the Olympic Youth Development Centre
President Edgar Lungu takes part in the 100metres race during the official launch of the 2017 National Health Week at the Olympic Youth Development Centre

Health Minister Dr.Chitalu Chilufya,First Lady Esther Lungu and President Edgar Lungu doing some press ups during the official launch of the 2017 National Health Week at the Olympic Youth Development Centre
Health Minister Dr.Chitalu Chilufya,First Lady Esther Lungu and President Edgar Lungu doing some press ups during the official launch of the 2017 National Health Week at the Olympic Youth Development Centre

Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga, visits some stands after he launched the National Health Week at Wusakile Ground in Kitwe
Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga, visits some stands after he launched the National Health Week at Wusakile Ground in Kitwe

Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga, visits some stands after he launched the National Health Week at Wusakile Ground in Kitwe
Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga, visits some stands after he launched the National Health Week at Wusakile Ground in Kitwe

Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga, visits some stands after he launched the National Health Week at Wusakile Ground in Kitwe
Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga, visits some stands after he launched the National Health Week at Wusakile Ground in Kitwe

Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga, and Kitwe District Commissioner, Binwell Mpundu, admire some of the healthy foods that were displayed by the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Agricultrure during the launch of the National Health Week at Wusakile Ground in Kitwe
Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga, and Kitwe District Commissioner, Binwell Mpundu, admire some of the healthy foods that were displayed by the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Agricultrure during the launch of the National Health Week at Wusakile Ground in Kitwe

Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga, admires some of the healthy foods that were displayed by the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Agricultrure during the launch of the National Health Week at Wusakile Ground in Kitwe
Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga, admires some of the healthy foods that were displayed by the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Agricultrure during the launch of the National Health Week at Wusakile Ground in Kitwe

 Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga, gets his weight, height and body mass index (BMI) measured after he launched the National Health Week at Wusakile Ground in Kitwe
Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga, gets his weight, height and body mass index (BMI) measured after he launched the National Health Week at Wusakile Ground in Kitwe

Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga leads heads of government departments in doing aerobics after he launched the National Health Week at Wusakile Ground in Kitwe on Monday. Left is Mufulira District Commissioner, Hilda Kabwesha and Kitwe District Commissioner, Binwell Mpundu
Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga leads heads of government departments in doing aerobics after he launched the National Health Week at Wusakile Ground in Kitwe on Monday. Left is Mufulira District Commissioner, Hilda Kabwesha and Kitwe District Commissioner, Binwell Mpundu

 Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga leads heads of government departments in doing aerobics after he launched the National Health Week at Wusakile Ground in Kitwe
Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga leads heads of government departments in doing aerobics after he launched the National Health Week at Wusakile Ground in Kitwe

Lusaka Traffic Jam at the Kafue Junction: A motorist trying to control the traffic at Kamwala Kafue road junction around midday. Picture by Jean Mandela
Lusaka Traffic Jam at the Kafue Junction: A motorist trying to control the traffic at Kamwala Kafue road junction around midday. Picture by Jean Mandela

Lusaka Traffic Jam at the Kafue Junction: A motorist trying to control the traffic at Kamwala Kafue road junction around midday. Picture by Jean Mandela
Lusaka Traffic Jam at the Kafue Junction: A motorist trying to control the traffic at Kamwala Kafue road junction around midday. Picture by Jean Mandela

Lusaka Traffic Jam at the Kafue Junction: A motorist trying to control the traffic at Kamwala Kafue road junction around midday. Picture by Jean Mandela
Lusaka Traffic Jam at the Kafue Junction: A motorist trying to control the traffic at Kamwala Kafue road junction around midday. Picture by Jean Mandela

Lusaka Traffic Jam at the Kafue Junction: A motorist trying to control the traffic at Kamwala Kafue road junction around midday. Picture by Jean Mandela
Lusaka Traffic Jam at the Kafue Junction: A motorist trying to control the traffic at Kamwala Kafue road junction around midday. Picture by Jean Mandela

Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services Chairperson, Dr. Jonas Chanda, addresses Masaiti residents during a public hearing in the district
Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services Chairperson, Dr. Jonas Chanda, addresses Masaiti residents during a public hearing in the district

Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services Chairperson, Dr. Jonas Chanda, addresses Masaiti residents during a public hearing in the district
Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services Chairperson, Dr. Jonas Chanda, addresses Masaiti residents during a public hearing in the district

Masaiti residents attend a public hearing by the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services
Masaiti residents attend a public hearing by the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services

Kafulafuta Member of Parliament, Joseph Kabamba, speaks during a public hearing held by the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services in Masaiti District
Kafulafuta Member of Parliament, Joseph Kabamba, speaks during a public hearing held by the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services in Masaiti District

Masaiti residents attend a public hearing by the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services
Masaiti residents attend a public hearing by the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services

Member of the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services and Lukulu Member of Parliament, Dr. Christopher Kalila, dispells myths that family planning causes cancer during a public hearing by the committee in Masaiti District
Member of the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services and Lukulu Member of Parliament, Dr. Christopher Kalila, dispells myths that family planning causes cancer during a public hearing by the committee in Masaiti District

Member of the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services and Lukulu Member of Parliament, Dr. Christopher Kalila, dispells myths that family planning causes cancer during a public hearing by the committee in Masaiti District
Member of the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services and Lukulu Member of Parliament, Dr. Christopher Kalila, dispells myths that family planning causes cancer during a public hearing by the committee in Masaiti District

Roan Member of Parliament and member of the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services, Dr. Chishimba Kambwili, addresses Masaiti residents during a public hearing by the committee in the district
Roan Member of Parliament and member of the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services, Dr. Chishimba Kambwili, addresses Masaiti residents during a public hearing by the committee in the district

Member of the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services and Lukulu Member of Parliament, Dr. Christopher Kalila, dispells myths that family planning causes cancer during a public hearing by the committee in Masaiti District
Member of the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services and Lukulu Member of Parliament, Dr. Christopher Kalila, dispells myths that family planning causes cancer during a public hearing by the committee in Masaiti District

Keembe Member of Parliament, HIV/AIDS activist and member of the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services, Princess Kasune, talks to Masaiti residents during a public hearing held by the committee in the district
Keembe Member of Parliament, HIV/AIDS activist and member of the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Community Development and Social Services, Princess Kasune, talks to Masaiti residents during a public hearing held by the committee in the district

Vice-President Inonge Wina welcomes First Lady Esther Lungu when she arrived at the Vice-President’s office for the meeting on Thursday,May 4,2017 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

Vice-President Inonge Wina in a meeting with First Lady Esther Lungu at the Vice-President’s office for the meeting on Thursday,May 4,2017 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

Vice-President Inonge Wina in a meeting with First Lady Esther Lungu at the Vice-President’s office for the meeting on Thursday,May 4,2017 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

Vice-President Inonge Wina in a meeting with First Lady Esther Lungu at the Vice-President’s office for the meeting on Thursday,May 4,2017 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

Minister in the Office of the Vice President Sylvia Chalikosa(l) congratulates Her Royal Highness Senior Chieftainess  Nkomeshya Mukamambo II after giving her keynote speech at the Peace Corps Swearing in Ceremony for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in Lusaka
Minister in the Office of the Vice President Sylvia Chalikosa(l)
congratulates Her Royal Highness Senior Chieftainess Nkomeshya
Mukamambo II after giving her keynote speech at the Peace Corps
Swearing in Ceremony for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in
Lusaka

Minister in the Office of the Vice President Sylvia Chalikosa(l) congratulates Her Royal Highness Senior Chieftainess  Nkomeshya Mukamambo II after giving her keynote speech at the Peace Corps Swearing in Ceremony for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in Lusaka
Minister in the Office of the Vice President Sylvia Chalikosa(l)
congratulates Her Royal Highness Senior Chieftainess Nkomeshya
Mukamambo II after giving her keynote speech at the Peace Corps
Swearing in Ceremony for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in
Lusaka

Peace Corp Volunteer Dylon Scott Taylor(r) presents a gift of appreciation to Her Royal Highness Senior Chieftainess  Nkomeshya Mukamambo II(l)  at the Peace Corps Swearing in Ceremony for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in Lusaka
Peace Corp Volunteer Dylon Scott Taylor(r) presents a gift of
appreciation to Her Royal Highness Senior Chieftainess Nkomeshya
Mukamambo II(l) at the Peace Corps Swearing in Ceremony for
Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in Lusaka

Peace Corp Volunteer Kathleen Parks(r) presents Vegetables as a gift of appreciation to the Minister in the Office of the Vice President Sylvia Chalikosa(l)  at the Peace Corps Swearing in Ceremony for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in Lusaka
Peace Corp Volunteer Kathleen Parks(r) presents Vegetables as a
gift of appreciation to the Minister in the Office of the Vice
President Sylvia Chalikosa(l) at the Peace Corps Swearing in Ceremony
for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in Lusaka

Peace Corp Volunteer Kathleen Parks(r) presents Vegetables as a gift of appreciation to the Minister in the Office of the Vice President Sylvia Chalikosa(l)  at the Peace Corps Swearing in Ceremony for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in Lusaka
Peace Corp Volunteer Kathleen Parks(r) presents Vegetables as a
gift of appreciation to the Minister in the Office of the Vice
President Sylvia Chalikosa(l) at the Peace Corps Swearing in Ceremony
for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in Lusaka

Peace Corp Volunteer Alison Flenniken(r)  presents a gift of appreciation to the Minister in the Office of the Vice President Sylvia Chalikosa(l)  at the Peace Corps Swearing in Ceremony for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in Lusaka
Peace Corp Volunteer Alison Flenniken(r) presents a gift of
appreciation to the Minister in the Office of the Vice President
Sylvia Chalikosa(l) at the Peace Corps Swearing in Ceremony for
Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in Lusaka

Peace Corp Volunteer Alison Flenniken(r)  presents a gift of appreciation to the Minister in the Office of the Vice President Sylvia Chalikosa(l)  at the Peace Corps Swearing in Ceremony for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in Lusaka
Peace Corp Volunteer Alison Flenniken(r) presents a gift of
appreciation to the Minister in the Office of the Vice President
Sylvia Chalikosa(l) at the Peace Corps Swearing in Ceremony for
Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in Lusaka

Peace Corp Volunteers performing a Nyanja song  during the Peace Corps Swearing in Ceremony for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in Lusaka
Peace Corp Volunteers performing a Nyanja song during the Peace
Corps Swearing in Ceremony for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers
in Lusaka

Peace Corp Volunteers performing a Luvale song during the Peace Corps Swearing in Ceremony for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in Lusaka
Peace Corp Volunteers performing a Luvale song during the Peace
Corps Swearing in Ceremony for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers
in Lusaka

Peace Corp Volunteers performing a Nyanja song during the Peace Corps Swearing in Ceremony for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in Lusaka
Peace Corp Volunteers performing a Nyanja song during the Peace
Corps Swearing in Ceremony for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers
in Lusaka

Peace Corp Volunteers performing a Nyanja song during the Peace Corps Swearing in Ceremony for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers in Lusaka
Peace Corp Volunteers performing a Nyanja song during the Peace
Corps Swearing in Ceremony for Environment and Aqua-Culture Volunteers
in Lusaka

Zambezi River Authority  Hydrologist Eng. Pherry Mwinga (r) explains to Zimbabwean Energy Permanent Secretary Patson Mbiri (l) and Western Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (2nd l) during the tour of Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mongu
Zambezi River Authority Hydrologist Eng. Pherry Mwinga (r) explains to Zimbabwean Energy Permanent Secretary Patson Mbiri (l) and Western Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (2nd l) during the tour of Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mongu

Western Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (r) expressing a point as Zimbabwean Energy Permanent Secretary Patson Mbiri (c) listens during the tour of Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mongu
Western Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (r) expressing a point as Zimbabwean Energy Permanent Secretary Patson Mbiri (c) listens during the tour of Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mongu

Western Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (r) shares a light moment with his counterpart Zimbabwean Energy Permanent Secretary Patson Mbiri (l) during the tour of Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mongu
Western Province Permanent Secretary Mwangala Liomba (r) shares a light moment with his counterpart Zimbabwean Energy Permanent Secretary Patson Mbiri (l) during the tour of Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mongu

Zimbabwean Energy Permanent Secretary Patson Mbiri (front) leading his delegation of Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) board members after touring the Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mong
Zimbabwean Energy Permanent Secretary Patson Mbiri (front) leading his delegation of Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) board members after touring the Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mong

Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) board members inspecting water levels under the Lubosi Imwiko II Bridge across the Zambezi River during the tour of Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mongu
Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) board members inspecting water levels under the Lubosi Imwiko II Bridge across the Zambezi River during the tour of Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mongu

A group photo for board members of Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) during the tour of Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mongu
A group photo for board members of Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) during the tour of Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mongu

Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) board members inspecting water levels under the Lubosi Imwiko II Bridge across the Zambezi River during the tour of Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mongu
Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) board members inspecting water levels under the Lubosi Imwiko II Bridge across the Zambezi River during the tour of Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mongu

 Zimbabwean Energy Permanent Secretary Patson Mbiri (standing) taking photos of the Zambezi River water levels during the tour of Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mongu
Zimbabwean Energy Permanent Secretary Patson Mbiri (standing) taking photos of the Zambezi River water levels during the tour of Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mongu

 team of Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) board members arrives at Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mongu
team of Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) board members arrives at Matongo Platform, a Hydrometric Station on the Barotse Flood Plain in Mongu

Lusaka  2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela
Lusaka 2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela

Lusaka  2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela
Lusaka 2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela

Lusaka  2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela
Lusaka 2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela

Lusaka  2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela
Lusaka 2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela

Lusaka  2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela
Lusaka 2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela

Lusaka  2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela
Lusaka 2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela

Lusaka  2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela
Lusaka 2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela

Lusaka  2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela
Lusaka 2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela

Lusaka  2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela
Lusaka 2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela

Lusaka  2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela
Lusaka 2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela

Lusaka  2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela
Lusaka 2017 Lafarge Marathon participant Presley Chiyesu crawling to the finishing line and he was rushed to the hospital during the even on Saturday at Lusaka Levy junction. Picture by Jean Mandela

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24 COMMENTS

    • ALl these are Beautiful happy persons.

      I will tell you why.

      The country is peaceful since the demise of UPND and HH. Their political careers are both OVER

      Thanks

      BB2014,2016

    • If you ever wondered why ECL is the president of Zambia, just look at his interaction with his wife and the people around him. He is just like one of us. Not HH who never cracks a smile, and we only got to see the wife in public after they were both ratted out of a hole with tear gas.

    • lungu brought treason case on HH so he could divert attention of sleepy Zambians as he steals ZCCM-IH through an Israeli Shelf Company called SAPIR CAPITAL.

      wwwDOTbloombergDOTcom/profiles/companies/1506041D:IT-sapir-capital-group-ltd

      wwwDOTsapircapitalgroupDOTcom/investment-management/

      Here’s one of the FAQ:

      How does SAPIR deliver capital to its issuer clients?

      SAPIR, acting as AGENT, conducts public/private debt/equity offerings which are made available to SAPIR’s Investors who then individually determine whether they wish to invest in an offering. Thus, the amount of capital needed by the Issuer is aggregated through a “best efforts” syndication of participating Investors.

    • Ama kuwe e bengi mu chalo chesu judging from the first picture!

      Looks like bo Inonge’s skin is about to fall off her bones …

    • Oh, my God, Zambians can be so ugly. They are just a slighly improned Zinjathropusians version..Just have a closer look…on top of smelly armpits and faeces in the absence of running water..Where is my puke bucket!!!!

    • Why are Zambians so ugly? Is because there is no water, or they lack simple hygiene?

    • LUNGU went to israel to steal ZCCM-IH. Guys don’t sleep while you are being robbed. Last year, ZCCM-IH got $200million & $103million payments from lawsuits from Kansanshi & KCM respectively. Today Govt is selling its 17% stake for a mere joke of $100 million to a shelf company similar to a Caymans Shelf company.
      ZCCM-IH has shares in 20% in kansanshi Copper & gold mine, 10% in Mopani, 20% in CEC (Copperbelt Energy Corporation), 20% in Lubambe Copper Mines, 35% in Maamba Coal mine & Thermal plant, NFC luanshya Copper Mine, Chibuluma Copper Mine, 20% in luanshya copper mines, Ndola Lime, 100% in Kariba Minerals Limited 15% in NFC luanshya, 10% in Chambeshi metals, 10% in Nkana Alloy Smelting Co Ltd & 10% in Investrust Bank Plc. Total worth of these companies is these shares is in USD…

    • CONT’D

      Total worth of these companies is these shares is in USD $Billions!!!!!!!.

      Wake up guys, we are being robbed whilst we fight each other under the guise of tribalism & party differences.

      Technically speaking, lungu is richer than Dangote or motsepe or Katumbi.

  1. Oh the irony of these big shots attending “National health week” event .The very same chaps who are quick to go abroad for better healthcare.

  2. Is that guy at the marathon finishing line really finished or his just being dramatic. As one who has run a couple of half-marathons (21kms), his facial expression and demeanour do not look like one exhausted and requiring medical attention.

  3. MUSHOTA our English is bad… please rewrite . Aspire to go at oxford university for studies.
    The real Olivia pope , you are not truthful. you are never with HH and you don’t his demeanor….Do you think HH has never smiled in his life. Bufi….
    Don’t behave like CK…. He talked a lot during the campaigns…. Today CK is quiet…. Remember CK caused a radio Phoenix journalist fired…. Where is CK…. Bane , let us fear JEHOVAH…. JESUS LOVES US AND HE DISCIPLINES US FOR OUR GOOD SAKE.

  4. I MEAN YOU DONT KNOW HIS DEMEANOR…..
    NEVER DESPISE OTHER PEOPLE. HOW DO YOU FEEL WHEN PEOPLE CALL YOU NAMES? WORSE STILL INSULT YOU?
    THE PRESIDENT S A GOOD MAN BUT YOU…… ARE …… KAYA ….

  5. No disrespect intended:

    4th Pic from the top: Doesn’t pres. Lungu look like a crackhead? His running stance does not look natural.

  6. Lovely pics. Nice peace corps, dancing and dressing our way! They have our approval, and welcome, thank you for your input to our Peace.

  7. Who writes the captions for LT? Machines or human editors? Why one caption repeated over different pictures?

  8. How about having a mini-election on LT to pick between ECL or HH for the presidency? Whoever emerges victorious must have won the last election as well. That way, we the people will settle the question of the election petition before the courts. Umh?

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