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Minister of Information Mulenga Kapamba and Chinese Ambassador to Zambia Yang Yoaming at the first Chinese Media Awards

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Minister of Information Mulenga Kapamba with Chinese Ambassador to Zambia Yang Yoaming during the first Chinese Media Awards at the Chinese Embassy
Media practitioners follower proceeding during the first Chinese Media Awards at the Chinese Embassy
Minister of Information Mulenga Kapamba presents the First Chinese recognition Media award to ZANIS Assistant Director Victor Hichimbi during the first Chinese Media Awards at the Chinese Embassy
Minister of Information Mulenga Kapamba and Chinese Ambassador to Zambia Yang Yoaming presents the First Chinese recognition Media award to Zambia Diary Mail Deputy Managing Director Chapadongo Lungu during the first Chinese Media Awards at the Chinese Embassy
Minister of Information Mulenga Kapamba and Chinese Ambassador to Zambia Yang Yoaming presents the First Chinese recognition Media award to ZANIS research officer Simasiku Mubwana during the first Chinese Media Awards at the Chinese Embassy
Minister of Information Mulenga Kapamba presents the First Chinese recognition Media award to ZANIS research officer Simasiku Mubwana during the first Chinese Media Awards at the Chinese Embassy
Minister of Information Mulenga Kapamba presents the First Chinese recognition Media award to Zambia Diary Mail Photographer Mackson Wasamunu during the first Chinese Media Awards at the Chinese Embassy
Minister of Information Mulenga Kapamba and Chinese Ambassador to Zambia Yang Yoaming presents the First Chinese recognition Media award to Times of Zambia Reporter Chila Namaikoduring the first Chinese Media Awards at the Chinese Embassy
Minister of Information Mulenga Kapamba and Chinese Ambassador to Zambia Yang Yoaming presents the First Chinese recognition Media award to Times of Zambia Reporter Chila Namaikoduring the first Chinese Media Awards at the Chinese Embassy
Chinese Ambassador to Zambia Yang Yoaming presents the First Chinese recognition Media award to ZNBC Head of Programming Martha Mwiinga during the first Chinese Media Awards at the Chinese Embassy
ZANIS Assistant Director Christopher Ndjovu and Senior Photographic Officer during the first Chinese Media Awards at the Chinese Embassy
Dorifa Liu junhan a 11 years old (l) and Yuan Xiao Shu performing during the first Chinese Media Awards at the Chinese Embassy
Minister of Information Mulenga Kapamba and Chinese Ambassador to Zambia Yang Yoaming presents the First Chinese recognition Media award to Chief Executive of New Age Newspapers Ben Phiri during the first Chinese Media Awards at the Chinese Embassy
Chinese Ambassador to Zambia Yang Yoaming presents the First Chinese recognition Media award to Zambia Diary Mail Photographer Mackson Wasamunu during the first Chinese Media Awards at the Chinese Embassy

19 COMMENTS

  1. Rubb!$h. These yellow monkeys think that awarding these plastic medals will some how endear them to the Zambian news reader. China is the mother of all censors. How can a censor award a media award? They are trying to influence the local news agenda. We can see through your cheap tricks. If these medals are really worth the plastic/glass they are made from then they should also be awarded to independent media houses.

  2. Ba Koswe love censorship. I imagine they even censor their own thoughts telling them to stop their evil ways in public office! Stealing is hardwired in them! Even ministers such as this one adore nudity so that they can catch the young bulls for endless nights of koswe noises!

  3. Mwebantu Chinese sponsoring media awards? Are you Zambians dim? And Zambian government turned up for such awards? Just goes to show where Lungu stands in our struggle for freedom.
    As for the journalists you are really puppets for you to receive media awards from the Chinese. Is this how desperate you are?
    You can perhaps ask Chinese to sponsor “the most hardworking Zambian” award-not media. The Chinese aren’t known for media expertise or freedom of expression. Yes they are known for hard work

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