Quote of the day

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Am rising the bar of preparation of the UNWTO towards concluding on all standing issues by 14th May, 2013 before the Executive meeting of the UNWTO report back later this month and am starting with Street Vending in Livingstone town.

Sylvia T. Masebo (PF regime minister of Tourism)

We ask ourselves, so this is just another emotional but temporary measure? After UNWTO, the vendors will be back?


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16 Responses to Quote of the day

  1. Please continue giving us more quotes.Also we need more Flashbacks so that Michael Sata’s hypocrisy is exposed.

    Chivunda Samusungwa.

    Chivunda Samusungwa - May 13, 2013

  2. Idiot PF cnt take s/province, us in s/province we are die hard suporters of UPND no matter what…if u want bring u gifts we wil chew them bt wil nt gv u votes

    Labbiz - May 12, 2013

  3. Please Power Failure(PF) cadres,don’t send your CNP man to an early grave by calling him the almighty mcs.Only God is the Al Mighty.Let not blind loyalty lead you to saying things which are next to blasphemy.God will juge your PF Government soon.Watch the space.

    litiya kayula - May 12, 2013

  4. Not surprised, PF is full of uncertainties and self-contradictions. Please ZWD can you flash back what this bitch told us a few month ago.

    Vilifier - May 12, 2013

  5. This is what happens when you sink low. Sil, you should have started by saying the government policy on street vending has changed. The minister responsible should have been the initiator. By the way is Mike aware?

    The Judge - May 12, 2013

  6. Cosmetic measures for the city to look good to UNWTO delegates. What about the Zambians who will remain in Livingstone after the UNWTO, do they not need some cleanliness as well?

    Kay - May 12, 2013

  7. This emotional minister,she speaks with hands,head,waist and hole body to an extent that you start watching her instead of listening to what she wants to say.It is too much gesturing in her speeches.

    Posapo - May 12, 2013

  8. Demomic pf

    riddick - May 12, 2013

  9. Partisan politics aside. The intention to clean up livingstone is correct but should be long term and not just for UNWTO ceremonial purposes only. Anti-street vending should be country wide. Tourism is not restricted to “musi-o-tunya” only. IT’S AN OPPORTUNITY TO RE-NAME LIVINGSTONE “MUSI-O-TUNYA” WHEN GLOBAL EYE WILL BE FOCUSED THERE. Am sure our zimbabwean counterparts will agree to a local name too.

    NATIVE - May 12, 2013

  10. UPND is a non entity. PF is about to capture the whole Southern Province now that the cattle herders have seen the focussed leadership His Almighty Excellency MCS is offering. No more regional tribal politics. Kudos

    • Your writings normally come out with a foul smell as if they are coming directly out of your mouth , are you SAKENI ?

      GESTAPO - May 12, 2013

    • Must have just come from bonking the sperm bank. Can you be serious with National issue Mr Pamafi please.

      TISA - May 12, 2013

  11. L/stone by-election was already petitioned.Its only that the judiciary is under siege.They have been surrounded by thugs from PF!

    kaseba mwansa - May 12, 2013

  12. Do more otherwise you may disgrace the entire country,UNWTO preparations are at snail pace .

    siwana sa zibo - May 12, 2013

  13. Is it not the same Sylvia who promised to protect the vendors during the Livingstone bye elections campaigns. this is very good for marketeers,so that they can learn a bitter leson.

    Fred Membe is a promotor of Tribalism - May 12, 2013

  14. When is the UPND election petition? The people have seen the true nature of the beast now….

    Givwinter - May 12, 2013