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11 People Injured in Bus Accident

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Eleven people have sustained injuries in a road accident after a Hiace minibus they were travelling in overturned after a Tyre burst in Pemba District of Southern Province.

The accident happened yesterday around 13:00 hours along the Great North Road, 3kms South of Pemba town.
Police Spokesperson Esther Katongo in a statement to Mwebantu said that the accident happened when the minibus which was being driven by Kenrich Hamoonga aged 40 of Kabobola compound in Mazabuka had a rear left tyre burst.

“After the true burst, the driver lost control of the motor vehicle, which went to the left side off the road where it overturned leaving 11 passengers injured,” Katongo said.

She said two out of the eleven passengers sustained serious injuries and are admitted to Pemba Health facility while nine (09) occupants, including the driver, were treated as outpatients at the same facility.

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A Senior court clerk accused of stealing 24 kilograms of cocaine has said rats were eating exhibits of the illicit drug and he reported this to his supervisors.

Didier Kangwa said in court that he was surprised that while police were still investigating the handling of exhibits at the Lusaka Magistrate’s Court, Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) officers arrested him for alleged trafficking of the missing cocaine.

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Each association including the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) will receive $500, 000 from FIFA.

In a statement seen on the FIFA website by Diamond Sports, FIFA will release all its operational funding due to member associations for the years 2019 and 2020 in the coming days as a first step of a relief plan to assist the football community impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

FIFA president Gianni Infantino notes that the pandemic has caused unprecedented challenges for the entire football community and it was the duty of the world football governing body to support those facing acute needs by providing immediate financial support. Read More

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