Pictures of the week

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Zambia Sugar Plc Managing Director Rebecca Katowa presenting the Finance year during a breakfast held at Lusaka Pamodzi Hotel.
Minister of Higher Education Professor Nkandu Luo campaigned Luapula Province Minister Nickson Chilangwa after the inspection of Mansa Trades Training Institute.
Minister of Transport and Communications, Brian Mushimba and Minister of Commerce, Trade and Industry, Margaret Mwanakatwe pose with Zambia Railways Limited staff after they scooped the Best Exhibitor’s Award at the 2017 Copperbelt Agriculture, Mining and Industrial Networking Expo (CAMINEX)
Minister of Commerce, Trade and Industry, Margaret Mwanakatwe and Copperbelt Show Society Chairperson, London Mwafulilwa visit stands at the 2017 Copperbelt Agriculture, Mining and Industrial Networking Expo (CAMINEX)
Minister of Commerce, Trade and Industry, Margaret Mwanakatwe visits the Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries stand at the 2017 Copperbelt Agriculture, Mining and Industrial Networking Expo (CAMINEX)
Kokoliko entertains show goers at the 2017 Copperbelt Agriculture, Mining and Industrial Networking Expo (CAMINEX)
Bank of Zambia Deputy Governor-Operations, Dr. Bwalya Ng’andu speaks to Minister of Commerce, Trade and Industry, Margaret Mwanakatwe at the Bank of Zambia stand at the 2017 Copperbelt Agriculture, Mining and Industrial Networking Expo (CAMINEX)
Marine divers from the One Commando Unit Mushili Barracks in Ndola search for the body of Joe Singwengwe, a Grade 12 pupil of Mushili Secondary School in Masaiti District, who drowned in the nearby Chilese Dam

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    Zambia Railways bosses have no shame. How do you pride yourself in things you have faired so badly but were able to spend a lot of time and money decorating your stand. The brains behind this should be diverted to do what they are paid for….move zambia’s cargo on the track lines kwasila. Generally the dull people in class are the cleanest. and in this sector it is Zambia Railways. That prize should have gone to performers.

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      My thinking as well. The company is almost non-existent on the ground. Vima theory fulufulu but practical ni zero.

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      My thinking too. Even simple passenger services can’t work. How the hell will they move goods. Tazara fell into the same trap. My last sighting of Serenje station was heart breaking!

      Guess what after the Kitwe show, Chris Musonda and his clowns, are in Johannesburg next week for the Africa Rail conference at Sandton Convention bragging about strategies that don’t work …

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    No way! That cockerel in red is a fright for kids! We had Zambalina the cow who was way cooler!

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