Home Lifestyle Photo Gallery Pictures of the week LifestylePhoto Gallery Pictures of the week February 9, 2018 10,085 views 16 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Linkedin Email Print Minister of Health Dr. Chitalu Chilufya congratulates Muslim Social Welfare Trust Vice President Haroon Zulu after receiving a donation of 100 water basins at Ministry of Health towards the fight against cholera. Looking on is Minister in the Office of the Vice President Sylvia Chalikosa eCabinet meeting at State house President Edgar Chagwa Lungu Chairs first 100 Percent paperless ecabinet meeting at State house Minister of Religious Affairs and National Guidance Godfridah Sumaili and Policy Monitoring and Research Centre (PMRC) Executive Director Bernadette Deka displays the officially launch PMRC analysis-the importance of Mindset shift in the implementation of the Seventh National Development Plan at PMRC Lt .Gen Paul Mihova inspects a guard of honour mounted for him by Zambia Army officers on his arrival at the Zambia Army Regional Headquarters in Kasama today. Lt .Gen Paul Mihova is on a 5 day working visit to Northern Province to check on the troops and security situation. Lt .Gen Paul Mihova inspects a guard of honour mounted for him by Zambia Army officers on his arrival at the Zambia Army Regional Headquarters in Kasama today. Lt .Gen Paul Mihova is on a 5 day working visit to Northern Province to check on the troops and security situation. Director General of independent BroadcastingAuthority,Josephine Mapoma with Director of Zamcops,Julie Lunguduring the signing ceremony between Zambia Music copyrights ProtectionAuthority and independent Broadcasting Authority(IBA) Central province Minister Sydney Mushanga (left) presents 40 pockets of Cement to Pastor Sichembe of African National Church in Makululu Compound in Kabwe during the tour of his constituency.This is in a bid to enable the Church to finish the remaining works Health Professions Council of Zambia Public Relations Officer Mr Terry Musonda addressing during a special presentation to Cavendish University first year medical students at Cavendish University campus [Read 50 times, 1 reads today]Related Posts:The Week in PicturesThe week in PicturesWeek in Pictures (Updated)The Week in PicturesPictures this Week Loading... 16 COMMENTS Is PF-cadre Chief Chitimukulu invisible in pic 4 & 5? The Caption only recognizes the Gen. Mihova. That’s what happens when you become a puppet. Your status drops to that of a boot-licking Cadre. 8 8 Iwe chi maloza, don’t you ever disrespect the Shilubemba. 5 1 Paperless ecabinet meeting when one can see a lot of papers on the photo. 4 2 100% Paperless meeting?? Who are you fooling?? What is that blue file doing on the table? Lungu cannot even operate a laptop. Let us know the cost of Microsoft Surface laptops?? I am sure it’s $10,000 each knowing Koswe and his thieves. Ministers behaving like Grade 1 pupils. 1 0 First paperless cabinet meeting. Great initiative coming from ministers and president in leading the way in ICT development. 8 7 I can see papers in front of the President. 9 3 Ati its easier to hide deals this way.They are learning how to steal electronically!!!!!!! 6 8 It is not a great initiative! All you need is to post your meeting agenda document into iCloud or Dropbox under the shared files. Then every cabinet minister logs in on the iPad/tablet and can access the shared files. Notes can be taken and edited as the meeting progresses. If you have a meeting in this manner, you are in no way leading the way in ICT development. 3 6 Gen Mihova inspecting a guard of honour? Not really. More like a photo shoot LT. 12 0 Ba Lt you are crazy. Where have you seen a Guard of honour with people sitting on chairs?? 9 0 @Napapa Sana Stop KALIJO 2 0 it cannot be called eCabinet if they are all sitting in one room next to each other eventhough using computers. They should be connected remotely or distributed in various locations and office/building spaces to qualify to call it an eCabinet meeting. Going paperless in 2018? How backward for a country with multimillionaire president and ministers! Shame! 3 3 PICTURES NUMBER 5 AND 6. SO AMA SOLDIER BALIFILWA UKUCITA MAINTAIN MUTENGE WANGANDA PA HQ YABO? 3 0 ILEMONEKA KWATI NI MU CONGO MWANKONDO INGANDA. 2 0 Why don’t we start assembling our own computers? Sounds farfetched but we can do it… that way make it cheaper for everyone. E-farmer, E-teacher, E-doctor, E-citizens but no E-cadres please… 0 0 Zambian soldiers look disorganized and kind of haphazardly dressed. BTW no guard of honor is visible in the pictures. LT ‘journalists’ go to school first before starting to write online papers 1 0 Comments are closed.