2018 ceremonial opening of the high court sessions holden at Mongu

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Hon. Madam Justice Gertrude Chawatama (c) inspecting the parade during the 2018 Ceremonial Opening of the High Court Sessions Holden at Mongu
Hon. Madam Justice Gertrude Chawatama (c) inspecting the parade during the 2018 Ceremonial Opening of the High Court Sessions Holden at Mongu
State Advocates and Lawyers await the 2018 Ceremonial Opening of the High Court Sessions Holden at Mongu
Western Province Permanent Secretary Sibanze Simuchoba (c) introduces Hon. Madam Justice Gertrude Chawatama (l) to Barotseland Ngambela (Prime Minister) Mwenda Nyambe (r) as Mongu High Court Resident Magistrate Lameck Mwale (behind) looks on at the Sherry Party during the 2018 Ceremonial Opening of the High Court Sessions Holden at Mongu
Barotseland Ngambela (Prime Minister) Mwenda Nyambe (r) shares a light moment with Hon. Madam Justice Gertrude Chawatama (l), Western Province Permanent Secretary Sibanze Simuchoba (c) and Mongu High Court Resident Magistrate Lameck Mwale (behind) at the Sherry Party during the 2018 Ceremonial Opening of the High Court Sessions Holden at Mongu
Hon. Madam Justice Gertrude Chawatama (c) and Western Province Permanent Secretary Sibanze Simuchoba (behind) look on as a Champaign Bottle is popped at the Sherry Party during the 2018 Ceremonial Opening of the High Court Sessions Holden at Mongu
Western Province Permanent Secretary Sibanze Simuchoba (l) and Hon. Madam Justice Gertrude Chawatama (r) make a toss at the Sherry Party during the 2018 Ceremonial Opening of the High Court Sessions Holden
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  1. Those 18th century colonial wigs worn by zambian judges are ancient & need to be discarded like in RSA & most of civilized world.

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    • Lawyers regardless of tribe and race are the same. They are parasites that will drain you dry from the inside. Medicine, Engineering, Mining, Teaching, Agriculture and any practical career are more nomble professions that this cursed profession of Law! The only thing they do is send poor people to the gallows interpet laws according to how they see it. Follow mindless customs such as the use of Latin, a silly practice which even in the UK they have stopped. Very dull chaps Zambians laywers!

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    • Ask Spaka he will be in a better position to explain. Strictly speaking these wigs on an African head look ridiculous.

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  2. We’re blurring the lines between judiciary and executive now? In other countries judges don’t inspecting a guard of honour.

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  3. Those hats on the female police officers are really cheap and ugly. Surely we can do better than that as a middle income country (sic). If Madam Esther M. Katongo can have a proper police cap , why can’t they adopt same for the juniors. Look at the army or ZAF caps, Really smart and presentable. Shhh … shhh……. Doesn’t any one in our Police Command have eyes to see ….? ? Awemwandi ! !

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  4. Kumawa you are a fool. thats why we shall leave this treacherous union. Barotseland is a country.

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  5. @5.1 Kumawa,
    Iwe ka Mundunyu mwa Pizana, wabetole palukobo. Mwendi kona ku chela ahulu lipeba ze tanganyisa maNyasa mutanganyo cwana?

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