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Wednesday, February 26, 2020

President Edgar Lungu and President Jacob Zuma during state visit

Photo Gallery President Edgar Lungu and President Jacob Zuma during state visit

President Edgar Lungu and President Jacob Zuma arrives at the State Banquet hosted for President Zuma at Pamondzi Hotel

Zambian Ambassador to South Africa Emmanuel Mwamba confers with Fourth Zambian President Rupiah Banda shortly after the State Banquet hosted for President Zuma at Pamondzi Hotel

President Edgar Lungu confers with President Jacob Zuma during the State Banquet hosted for President Zuma at Pamondzi Hotel

President Jacob Zuma walks to the podium during the Zambia- South Africa Business forum at Government Complex

President Edgar Lungu and President Jacob Zuma departs Pamodzi Hotel shortly after the State Banquet hosted for President Zuma at Pamondzi Hotel

President Edgar Lungu addresing the delegates during the Zambia- South Africa Business forum

South African Officials during the Zambia- South Africa Business forum at Government Complex

Traditional Dance group performing during the State Banquet hosted for President Zuma at Pamondzi Hotel

President Jacob Zuma shake hands withe First lady Esther Lungu whilst President Edgar Lungu Looks on during the State Banquet hosted for President Zuma at Pamondzi Hotel

President Edgar Lungu toast with President Jacob Zuma and his South African first lady Bongekile Zuma during the State Banquet hosted for President Zuma at Pamondzi Hotel

Zambian Government Officials during the Zambia- South Africa Business forum at Government Complex

President Edgar Lungu and President Jacob Zuma during the Zambia- South Africa Business forum

KCCM- Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines CEO Pius Kasolo confers with during the Zambia- South Africa Business forum

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10 COMMENTS

    • Its amazing … both of these presidents are heading to jail after their term of office. Zuma soon to face is day in court. Joseph Changwa remaining in power after his term of office ended and refusing to hand over to speaker… its called treason.

      Thats the good thing about time… you can’t run away from it.

    • Jonathan doing what he does best….drinking alcohol. This must have been his highlight of the entire state visit.

      We have had enough of you!!!

      #bringbackourmoney

  1. People at the business forum are seated as if they are in church or a classroom. Isn’t one of the purposes of such forums to promote networking, hence one would expect round table sitting arrangement.
    That bottle of tomato source on the table in front of Zuma and EL looks so out of place!

    You’ve got people in charge of organising these events and protocol officers who are well travelled but they seem not to learn anything from all the exposure they get. I just cringe when I see pictures of state visits hosted by Zambia and the lack of protocol and decorum at these events.

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