Pictures of the week

Some Kamwala traders following the Zambia v Mozambique game on a phone TV.
President Edgar Lungu chats with Mr Joseph Daka Maize Seed farmer of Mkushi farming Block during the Tours of Mkushi farms
Luapula Province Permanent Secretary Dr. Buleti Nsemukila confers with
British High Commissioner to Zambia Fergus Cochrane. This when Mr.
Cochrane paid a courtesy call on the permanent secretary. Mr. Cochrane
is in Luapula to inspected various British supported projects.
A support displaying a placard during Zambia vs Mozambique game
A security officer trying to chase some kids at the entrance prior to Zambia vs Mozambique game
First Lady Esther Lungu listens to UNFPA Country representative Dr Mary Otieno (L) at UN offices
First Lady Esther Lungu talks to UNICEF Country representative Dr. Hamid El-Bashir Ibrahim (L) as UNFPA Country representative Dr Mary Otieno (r) looks on at UN offices
First Lady Esther Lungu signs a book of Condolence for late UNFPA Executive Director Dr Babatunde Osotimehin
ZESCO Spokesperson Henry Kapata checking the building in New Kasama that has encroached in the ZESCO pole line


  1. +1

    Typical of Zambians, just building any how is the order of the day. How many times ve we seen this. Next we will hear that they shld b compensated. Today in Lusaka were seeing tarvens being built rite in between houses. Today u r living among houses, tomoro yo neighbouring plot is a tarven. How? There is lawlessness. There is no town planning regulations were different land uses r separated. Guest house (or shld we call them brothels) r unregulated & mushroom anywhere.

  2. vote

    ZESCO and Lands do not work together if they did Lands would never issue plots in such areas

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