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ZRA warns smugglers that they will not be allowed to do illegalities

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ZAMBIA Revenue Authority (ZRA) corporate affairs officer Topsy Sikalinda has warned all smugglers who think they are immune to the law and connected to the powers that be that they will not be allowed to do illegalities.

This is after ZRA officials on Monday night fought running battles with smugglers who attacked the Customs officers after a smuggled alcohol truck was intercepted.

“The truck was first intercepted at Kafue and instructed to drive to the ZRA makeni enforcement centre under escort. The driver decided to defy the instructions a group of smugglers joined the traffic chase blocking ZRA officers on Kafue Road,” Sikalinda narrated in a statement.

He said in an effort to repel the attack and avoid causing a scene on the road, ZRA officers called for reinforcement from both within and the Zambia Police Service.

Sikalinda said combined reinforcement teams were immediately activated and deployed and pursued the truck until it was found at Comesa Market with smugglers who started stoning the officers.

“Within Minutes, the smugglers were dispersed and the truck driver who was part of the smugglers was dabbed and more arrests are yet to be made,” Sikalinda said.

He has warned the smugglers that the Authority is equal to the task and will ensure that all perpetrators are brought to book.

“We have the capacity, the tools and support from all the government security wings and we shall ensure we find you and fish out,” said Sikalinda.

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Manda Hill donates to Levy Mwanawasa COVID-19 isolation centre

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MANDA Hill shopping center has donated blankets, bedsheets, mattresses and Covid-19 safety supplies to the Levy Mwanawasa Covid-19 isolation center.

The donation worth $5,000 was handed over to Levy Mwanawasa Senior medical superintendent Dr. Penias Tembo and Head of Clinical Care Dr. Bright Nsokolo.

Speaking during the handover in Lusaka, Dr. Tembo said the donated items from Manda Hill will greatly contribute to facilitate enhanced service delivery in the management of Covid-19 at the Levy Mwanawasa University Teaching Hospital.

Dr. Tembo thanked Manda Hill and other corporate organizations that have helped government manage the Covid-19 since the onset of the pandemic.

And handing over the donation, Manda Hill Board Chairperson Phesto Musonda commended management of the Isolation unit for their relentless efforts in managing Covid-19 cases at the institution.

Mr. Musonda said the Levy Mwanawasa University Teaching Hospital remains critical in the fight against the Corona Virus pandemic in leading research and trials for a possible cure of the pandemic.

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Zambian Community in RSA participates in the National Day of Prayer and Fasting

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THE Zambian community in South Africa today participated in the commemoration of the National Day of Prayer and Fasting.

First Secretary for Press and Public Relations Naomi Nyawali said the commemoration was held at the Zambian Chancery in Pretoria and was presided over by Zambian clergymen from different denominations based in that country.

She said Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa Major General Jackson Miti led Diplomatic staff together with their families and the Zambian community in prayer and fasting

And General Miti said Zambia will continue fostering peace, unity and prosperity among its leaders and the general citizenry.

He said forgiveness and reconciliation is cardinal for the country to enhance development.

And General Miti called on Zambians to always seek God’s intervention in all situations more so that government.

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ZAMBIA: COVID-19 STATS

20 Oct 2020, 2:26 AM (GMT)

Zambia Stats

15,897 Total Cases
346 Deaths
15,031 Recovered

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