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Mpika man kills wife after finding her taking ARVS

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A MAN of Mpika has murdered his entire family after discovering that the mother to his children was on life prolonging anti-retroviral drugs.

The man killed his family they were sleeping with the youngest being 18-months baby.

The discovery, is said not to have gone down well with Royd Kampamba, who took to the bottle and returned home around midnight and took an axe, smashing the heads of his sleeping family.

“I discovered that she was taking ARVs and she didn’t tell me, I was very angry and that is how I killed them,” Kampamba said in a confession during police interrogations yesterday.

At the crime scene, police said blood and brain matter was all over, in the room where the four victims are said to have been slain at the
weekend.

(Credit: Times of Zambia)

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FAZ closes the 2019/2020 league season following the recent surge in numbers of the COVID-19 cases.

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THE Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has closed the 2019/2020 league season following the recent surge in numbers of the covid-19 cases.

FAZ Communications Manager Sydney Mungala has revealed in a statement that the association been monitoring the situation and also constantly engaging the authorities on the possibilities as the numbers continue to surge.

Mungala said delays in securing test appointments and results by most of the clubs in the league after being tested has been one of the major challenges as some matches could not be played due to the inability of clubs to produce results when called upon to do so.

Mungala said despite signing up to observe the guidelines provided by the Ministry of Health, the compliance levels by most of the clubs has also not been satisfactory.

“Among the breaches noted by ZNPHI from our clubs were failure to manage the isolation of players and officials who tested positive, unrestricted access to camping sites, failure to observe social distancing and lack of sanitizers and disinfectants at designated places, ” said Mungala.

“Arising from the following challenges and in view of the high incidents of new covid-19 cases the FAZ executive has been left with no choice but to bring the league to an early closure.”

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Police arrest five in connection with rape and robbery on the highway

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POLICE in Lusaka say they are still holding in custody five (05) suspects in connection with the murder, Aggravated Robbery, Rape and Unlawful wounding offences that been happening  in Kabangwe, SOS, Ngwerere and Kabanana areas.

And Police have called on members of the public who could have been victims of these attacks to report to Emmasdale Police to help identify the recovered items and suspects.

Spokesperson Esther Katongo in a statement to Mwebantu said during investigations, police recovered among other items mobile phones, cloths, hand bags, travelling bags and instruments used to attacks victims.

She said some of the properties have been identified while others have not yet been identified.

She said the victims in most of the attacks were women travelling from Lusaka to unknown destinations hiking motor vehicles from SOS area and later ended up being attacked.

“Others were being trailed after disembarking from public transport motor vehicles and were later trailed and hacked. All these attacks happened during early and late hours of the day between October, 2019 and 5th July, 2020 in Lusaka,” disclosed Katongo.

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Watch trailer for new Zambian movie “A Story to tell”

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Despite being a single mothers of two, Ba na Charity still did not give up on reaching her dreams.

A story to tell is a Zambian movie that talks about how ladies are abused in homes and how Bana Charity made it from scratch after being chased away by her abusive husband

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ZAMBIA: COVID-19 STATS

03 Aug 2020, 11:39 AM (GMT)

Zambia Stats

6,347 Total Cases
170 Deaths
4,493 Recovered

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