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Zambian dies in South Africa after being stabbed

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A ZAMBIAN identified as Peter Nyirenda has died after he was allegedly stabbed to death in South Africa.

Reports indicate that Peter Nyirenda passed on in the early hours of 20th August, 2019, at about 03:00am in Cape Town.

He was stabbed by the neck leading to his paralysis on the right side of his body.

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Watch the Current Affair with Roxy – Episode 2

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In case you missed it, The Current Affair with Roxy episode 2, aired on Mwebantu TV on the 8th of October, 2020.

Topic: Health care system in Zambia – AFFORDABILITY and ACCESSIBILITY

THE CURRENT AFFAIR is an online TV governance program whose main objective is to seek for accountability, and social justice from duty bearers. The programme draws experts from the corporate world, the civil society organizations(CSOs) and government who seat on the discussion table to provide answers in the interest of members of the public.

Panel discussion features: Mr Nick Mulwanda Simfukwe – Senior Health Promotions officer Ministry of health, Dr. Aaron Mujajati Health Specialist, Mr. Mubiana Muyangwa- Director of Programmes WaterAid Zambia.

Every Thursday at 19:30hrs live on Mwebantu.
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Facebook appoints Mwebantu W.H.O ambassador to fight Covid-19

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FACEBOOK has appointed Mwebantu, an online newspaper in Zambia as a COVID-19 Ambassador with the World Health Organization (WHO) to fight the Covid-19 pandemic. Facebook has stated that they have an urgent need to help the World Health Organization (WHO) with COVID-19 messages.

Facebook has been requested by the World Health Organization (WHO) to help them get urgent critical health messages about the COVID-19 pandemic out to the public quickly through people and organizations who have large followings on Facebook platforms. To this end, Mwebantu will serve as a WHO Facebook Ambassador, and will be frequently informed on the urgent messages that WHO would intend to share.

Last week, Facebook announced a $20M matching donations to support global relief efforts against the COVID-19 pandemic. This commitment includes $10million for the United Nations Foundation (UNF) and World Health Organization’s (WHO) newly established COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, and $10M for the CDC Foundation.

The COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fundraiser supports WHO’s global efforts to track the outbreak, help patients and frontline workers, and speed up vaccine and treatment development. The CDC Foundation plans to launch their fundraiser in the coming weeks to directly aid public health professionals in local communities, create education campaigns and much more.

100% of what’s raised on Facebook and Instagram always goes to the benefiting organization. Facebook states that it realizes that businesses have been impacted and will be supportive during this time.

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Iranian MP with Corona virus dies

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Iranian MP with virus dies as outbreak spreads. Death toll rises to 43 with over 593 confirmed cases, according to health ministry in Iran.

Mohammad Ali Ramazani Dastak is believed to have tested positive for the illness a few days ago and died this morning. He died Saturday morning after being admitted to hospital with “influenza and chemical injuries” sustained in the Iran-Iraq war, according to the Iranian Students News Agency.

“Unfortunately nine people have died of the virus in the last 24 hours,” Kianush Jahanpur told state TV. “The death toll is 43 now.”

“The new confirmed infected cases since yesterday is 205 that makes the total number of confirmed infected people 593.”

The virus is spreading rapidly in the Islamic Republic and Iran has the world’s highest death toll outside of China, the centre of the outbreak.

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ZAMBIA: COVID-19 STATS

20 Oct 2020, 3:28 AM (GMT)

Zambia Stats

15,897 Total Cases
346 Deaths
15,031 Recovered

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