Photos of the week

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Diplomats at the 7th Naional Development plan launch 2017-2027 at Mulungushi Conference Hall
Tourism PS Dr. Liya Mutale (Centre) poses for picture with senior security officers after the handover ceremony
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu Presates Copies to Diplomats at the 7th Naional Development plan launch 2017-2027 at Mulungushi Conference Hall
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu Presates Copies to Diplomats at the 7th Naional Development plan launch 2017-2027 at Mulungushi Conference Hall
President Edgar Lungu Launches 7th national Development Plan
Zambia’s Ambassador to Ethiopia Susan Sikaneta listens to UNHCR High Commissioner Fillipo Ghandi during the Open Session of AU Peace and Security Council in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
First Republican President Kenneth Kaunda(r) welcomes Drug Enforcement Commissioner Alita Mbahwe(l) at his Residence as the Commissioner went to present a Shield
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, hands over a cheque to Jennifer Chisanga, one of the displaced farmers from the Dag Hammarskjold area on which the Copperbelt International Airport will be built.
Ndola District Education Board, in conjunction with Examinations Council of Zambia (ECZ) march to launch the sensitization on examination malpractice
Chief Justice Irene Mambilima pose for group photo with the first batch of 148 Lawyers January 2017 intake at Supreme Court Grounds
Chief Justice Irene Mambilima Presents a Certificate to a graduating Lawyer Mwiche Byaruhanga while Supreme Court Judge Charles Kachimaga looks during the first batch of 148 Lawyers January 2017 intake at Supreme Court Grounds

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      It is good to over enroll lawyers so that the legal costs will plummet.
      Legal representation in Zambia has become extremely costly such that for a common man it is unaffordable.

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    Don’t worry we need more debt collectors and wear suits to feel very educated with a first degree…that’s what they are trained best to do.

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