Monday, June 17, 2024

Month of a woman” dinner Gala at Lusaka Pamodzi Hotel

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Photo session time.
Women patrons on the floor
BBZ members of staff were awarded.
BBZ members of staff were awarded.
Lusaka based songbird Maureen Lilanda and Nyoni “Fresh” Emmanuel graced the occasion.
Photo session time.
Photo session time.
Lusaka based songbird Maureen Lilanda and Nyoni “Fresh” Emmanuel graced the occasion.
Photo session time.
BBZ long standing customers were recognised.
Women of all walk of lives who were invited.
Women of all walk of lives who were invited.
Women of all walk of lives who were invited.
Women of all walk of lives who were invited.
Zambia first lady Esther Lungu was the guest of honour flanked on the left by BOZ deputy governor Tukiya Kankasa Mabula and labour minister Joyce Simukoko ; on the right BBZ board chairperson Kateka Chisala and BBZ CEO Mizinga Mehlu.

14 COMMENTS

  1. ENCOURAGING…….WE NEED MORE WOMEN IN DECISION MAKING POSITIONS…!!!!!

    MAYBE EVEN WOMAN PRESIDENT NEXT TIME..

    • I love Maureen Lilanda but I wouldn’t go to an all women’s event. It would be like sitting among tigers with their claws out! Nakana ine!

    • I showed this to my Latino woman you Know I can’t get ride off, she asked “at whose funeral were those women”.
      I said read headline “dinner gala”.
      She still was like ” ..only 1 man at funeral, what’s wrong with you Sambianese men?”.

  2. lmao. ati …”too oily and too much Brazilian hair and too thick”
    I thought the powder or is it the foundation is supposed to absorb some of the oil
    too thick yes, but I guess that comes with age. and it seems Zambian men like em (oily and thick)
    do your things ladies, your work is often times underappreciated. you sacrifice so much in your daily lives.

  3. “Women of all walk of lives were invited”……what kind of English is this???? It should be women of all walks of life please……

  4. No natural hair and everyone is over weight average weight of 200 lbs. These are heavyweights show something else .

    • Thought the same thing mate… apologise for sounding a bit disrespectful here, but our women need to lose weight and do away with these wigs (it’s embarrassing).

  5. At Lusaka Times they learn by writing :). Go to school first guys, you embarrass us every day. Put basics in place.

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