Week in Pictures, includes FAZ spokesperson burries his father

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FAZ spokesperson Nkweto Tembwe buries his father Adam Chewe Tembwe who died at 96 years old (born 28th February 1918 and died 21st December 2014) at Lusaka Mutumbi Cemetery on Wednesday, December 24, 2014
FAZ spokesperson Nkweto Tembwe buries his father Adam Chewe Tembwe who died at 96 years old (born 28th February 1918 and died 21st December 2014) at Lusaka Mutumbi Cemetery on Wednesday, December 24, 2014
FAZ spokesperson  Nkweto Tembwe buries his father Adam Chewe Tembwe  who died at 96 years old (born 28th February 1918 and died 21st December 2014)  at Lusaka Mutumbi Cemetery on Wednesday, December 24, 2014
FAZ spokesperson Nkweto Tembwe buries his father Adam Chewe Tembwe who died at 96 years old (born 28th February 1918 and died 21st December 2014) at Lusaka Mutumbi Cemetery on Wednesday, December 24, 2014
FAZ spokesperson  Nkweto Tembwe buries his father Adam Chewe Tembwe  who died at 96 years old (born 28th February 1918 and died 21st December 2014)  at Lusaka Mutumbi Cemetery on Wednesday, December 24, 2014
FAZ spokesperson Nkweto Tembwe buries his father Adam Chewe Tembwe who died at 96 years old (born 28th February 1918 and died 21st December 2014) at Lusaka Mutumbi Cemetery on Wednesday, December 24, 2014
FAZ spokesperson  Nkweto Tembwe buries his father Adam Chewe Tembwe  who died at 96 years old (born 28th February 1918 and died 21st December 2014)  at Lusaka Mutumbi Cemetery on Wednesday, December 24, 2014
FAZ spokesperson Nkweto Tembwe buries his father Adam Chewe Tembwe who died at 96 years old (born 28th February 1918 and died 21st December 2014) at Lusaka Mutumbi Cemetery on Wednesday, December 24, 2014
ZESCO Managing Director Cypriano Chitundu shaking hands with Zambia Environment Management Director General Joseph  Sakala as he receives a ZEMA award in recognition of “Consistency to Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations”’; the ceremony took place at the Lusaka Southern Sun Ridgeway Hotel on Tuesday evening, December 23rd, 2014.
ZESCO Managing Director Cypriano Chitundu shaking hands with Zambia Environment Management Director General Joseph Sakala as he receives a ZEMA award in recognition of “Consistency to Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations”’; the ceremony took place at the Lusaka Southern Sun Ridgeway Hotel on Tuesday evening, December 23rd, 2014.

Superior Milling Company donates to UTH mother’s shelter, the ceremony of hand over took place at the UTH mother’s shelter premises. The donation worth K2,500 and it was made up of assorted superior milling products: meal mealie, sugar and rice.

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Solwezi resident and UTH mother’s shelter guest Celina Libongani thanking Superior Milling for the donation  - Lusakavoice.com
Solwezi resident and UTH mother’s shelter guest Celina Libongani thanking Superior Milling for the donation – Lusakavoice.com
Solwezi resident and UTH mother’s shelter guest Celina Libongani thanking Superior Milling for the donation    - Lusakavoice.com
Solwezi resident and UTH mother’s shelter guest Celina Libongani thanking Superior Milling for the donation – Lusakavoice.com
Superior Milling CEO Peter Cottan shaking hands with UTH MD Luckson Kasonka during the hand over!  - Lusakavoice.com
Superior Milling CEO Peter Cottan shaking hands with UTH MD Luckson Kasonka during the hand over! – Lusakavoice.com
Superior Milling CEO Peter Cottan shaking hands with UTH MD Luckson Kasonka while looking is UTH Maternity ward matron Beatrice Mundia  - Lusakavoice.com
Superior Milling CEO Peter Cottan shaking hands with UTH MD Luckson Kasonka while looking is UTH Maternity ward matron Beatrice Mundia – Lusakavoice.com

The Greatlakes Women Refugees Association in Zambia “GWRAZ” in conjunction with Lusaka based Rwandese Community has embarked to share knowledge with Zambians like improving housing by using building materials locally available as clay soil, soil and trees. It is against this background the same group has started to build a house as a demonstration; the said house is built in the backyard of Lusaka Archdiocese Chongwe St Paul Parish situated in Chieftainess Nkomesha Mukambo II chiefdom and on Sunday, December 21st, 2014 there was an “unveiling” of a house so the local community can learn the way it can improve its housing: the roofing is made up of “Clay soil” tiles and the walls of “adobe bricks”.

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GWRAZ Chairperson Rosalio Bucumi, Chieftainess Nkomesha Mukamambo II, GWRAZ members Odile Furaha and Veronica Ndizeye - Lusakavoice.com
GWRAZ Chairperson Rosalio Bucumi, Chieftainess Nkomesha Mukamambo II, GWRAZ members Odile Furaha and Veronica Ndizeye – Lusakavoice.com
Chieftness Nkomesha posing in front of the sample house with GWRAZ and Lusaka based Rwandese  Refugees Community living in Zambia in front of the sample house - Lusakavoice.com
Chieftness Nkomesha posing in front of the sample house with GWRAZ and Lusaka based Rwandese Refugees Community living in Zambia in front of the sample house – Lusakavoice.com
GWRAZ Chairperson Rosalio Bucumi, Chieftainess Nkomesha Mukamambo II, GWRAZ members Odile Furaha and Veronica Ndizeye.  - Lusakavoice.com
GWRAZ Chairperson Rosalio Bucumi, Chieftainess Nkomesha Mukamambo II, GWRAZ members Odile Furaha and Veronica Ndizeye. – Lusakavoice.com
GWRAZ Member Odile Furaha explaining to Chieftainess Nkomesha the process of making a clay soil tile - Lusakavoice.com
GWRAZ Member Odile Furaha explaining to Chieftainess Nkomesha the process of making a clay soil tile – Lusakavoice.com

Photo Credit:
Jean Mandela

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