Friday, June 14, 2024

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Mwata kazembe paul mpemba kanyembo being taken around the main arena during the umutomboko ceremony in mwansabombwe
Mwata kazembe paul mpemba kanyembo being taken around the main arena during the umutomboko ceremony in mwansabombwe
Mwata kazembe paul mpemba kanyembo being taken around the main arena during the umutomboko ceremony in mwansabombwe
Mwata kazembe paul mpemba kanyembo being taken around the main arena during the umutomboko ceremony in mwansabombwe
KNOCKED!!!!!!!………… Not by a vehicle but few millilitres of
highly intoxicating liquor popularly known as ‘JUNTA’ among the locals
and bought with proceeds from a visibly packed wheelbarrow among the
on Lusaka’s Freedom way road.
Mwata kazembe paul mpemba kanyembo being taken around the main arena during the umutomboko ceremony in mwansabombwe
Mwata kazembe paul mpemba kanyembo being taken around the main arena during the umutomboko ceremony in mwansabombwe
President Lungu being welcomed by Mwata Kazembe at his palace
President Lungu being welcomed by Mwata Kazembe at his palace
President Lungu meeting with Mwata Kazembe at his palace
President Lungu meeting with Mwata Kazembe at his palace
Paramount chief mpezeni with his impis arrive at the main arena to attend the umutom boko ceremony in mwansabombwe
Paramount chief mpezeni with his impis arrive at the main arena to attend the umutom boko ceremony in mwansabombwe
Mwata kazembe paul mpemba kanyembo being taken around the main arena during the umutomboko ceremony in mwansabombwe
Mwata kazembe paul mpemba kanyembo being taken around the main arena during the umutomboko ceremony in mwansabombwe

Author of the Telling it Like it was Marita (l),Senior Culture
Affairs Office Under the Minister of Tourism and Art Sylvia Mwando
Assistant Nation for National Arts Council Mwichi Chikungu and
Author Sydney Muponda during the double book launch at Lusaka
Aaliance Francaise
World Bank Executive Director for Africa Andrew Bvumbe is in the Country to monitor some of the world Bank funded projects. In the picture above, AFECC Chinese construction company working on Mwomboshi Dam in Chisamba District, Interpreter, Jack Gao shows the visiting ED the progress made on Mwomboshi Dam.
Executive Director for Africa under World Bank, Andrew Bvumbe interacting with beneficiaries of housing Units which were constructed for displaced people to pave way for the construction of the Mwomboshi Irrigation Dam in Chisamba.This was when he inspected the housing Units .
Part of the housing units that have been constructed for people that were displaced from their rightful place to allow for the construction of multi-million Mwomboshi Irrigation Dam aimed at promoting agriculture in the area
Mwomboshi Irrigation Dam project is progressing well and might finish before the scheduled time of three years.In the picture, Mwomboshi Dam is shaping up well
Senior Culture Affairs Office Under the Minister of Tourism and
Art Sylvia Mwando with Assistant Nation for National Arts Council
Mwichi Chikungu during the double book launch at Lusaka Aaliance
Francaise
Chieftainess lukwesa performing the umutomboko dance during the umutomboko ceremony in mwansabombwe
Chieftainess lukwesa performing the umutomboko dance during the umutomboko ceremony in mwansabombwe
Princess kanyanta and prince kanyembo performing the umutomboko dance during umutomboko ceremony in mwansabombwe
Princess kanyanta and prince kanyembo performing the umutomboko dance during umutomboko ceremony in mwansabombwe
Mwata kazembe paul mpemba kanyembo performing the umutomboko dance during the umutomboko ceremony in mwansabombwe Photos by Charles Banda ZANIS
Mwata kazembe paul mpemba kanyembo performing the umutomboko dance during the umutomboko ceremony in mwansabombwe
Photos by Charles Banda ZANIS
PRESIDENT Lungu talks to 13-year-old Cosmas Mulenga, an art student of Fordina Pandeni Secondary School, at the on-going Luapula Expo in Mansa yesterday. PICTURE: EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATE HOUSE
PRESIDENT Lungu talks to 13-year-old Cosmas Mulenga, an art student of Fordina Pandeni Secondary School, at the on-going Luapula Expo in Mansa yesterday. PICTURE: EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATE HOUSE

7 COMMENTS

  1. How does that picture of a igogo intoxicated with junta on. Freedom way in Lusaka relate to the luapula story ba LT? are you insinuating that all wheelbarrow pushers are from luapula? That’s my wife’s home province, ichindikeni.

    • But ku Luapula chilila mwe… Missing those days at Mutomboko in our 20s. Our view of life was about drinking, womanising and dancing. And we competed in those categories.

  2. I think Under Five can do well if he became Paramount Chief of the Namwala people! He can be then shoulder lifted and that way, he doesn’t run the risk of selling or privatizing Zambia for personal gain!, @NEZ, Nose demon, JJ and the clan, how about selling this idea to the guy?

  3. All we see is the same backwardness and dusty towns and new expensive vehicles for retrogressive chiefs!!!!! People need real change and empowerment!!!!

  4. Best in Show is: Paramount chief mpezeni with his impis arriving at the arena to attend the umutom boko ceremony in mwansabombwe.

    Not because I am part Zulu!

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