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Man’s Penis, Testicles Sliced Off in Lusaka



A MAN of Lusaka is nursing serious wounds after his manhood was cut off by unknown people in the early hours of yesterday.
The man is currently admitted in the University Teaching Hospitals (UTH), nursing the wounds that were inflicted on him.
According to UTH public relations officer, Natalie Mashikolo, the male adult was brought to UTH in a semi-conscious state by the police.
She said this was after officers were informed by members of the public that there was a man lying in a pool of blood under the flyover bridge.
“The victim was attended to in our Accident and Emergency Unit. He is stable and is currently receiving treatment” she said.


FAZ suspends Charles Chileshe for  sprinkling an unknown substance and urinating against one of the goalposts 



THE Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has suspended Forest Rangers Football Club goalkeeping coach Charles Chileshe for unsporting conduct.
During a FAZ/MTN Super Division Week 13 fixture between Prison Leopards and Forest Rangers at President stadium in Kabwe, Chileshe seen sprinkling some unknown substance at the goal post during the match.
In a letter dated January 18, this year, addressed to the Forest Rangers General Secretary, FAZ deputy General Secretary Joseph Chimpampwe said Chileshe’s action of sprinkling an unknown substance and urinating or simulation of urinating against one of the goalposts acted in a manner that is not consistent with the values and integrity of football as espoused by FIFA, CAF and FAZ.
“His actions have without doubt brought the name of the game into disrepute and therefore we have no option but to suspend Chileshe’s registration for the 2020/2021 season and his case shall be decided by the appropriate FAZ judicial body,” reads Chimpampwe’s statement in part.
Chimpampwe said the decision entails that Chileshe cannot function as an official of the club in any capacity until his case is disposed of.
He reiterated that FAZ will not tolerate such unsporting behavior and Chileshe’s case shall be referred to the Disciplinary Committee.
This is according to a statement issued by FAZ communications manager, Sydney Mungala.

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Zambian heads need panel beating to fix mindset, Bowman Lusambo says 



LUSAKA Province minister Bowman Lusambo says Zambian heads need panel beating to fix their mindsets.

The minister says without a change of mindset, the country would be in “very big problems”.

Lusambo is worried about what he sees as the “business as usual” attitude in some people in the face of surging coronavirus infections.

Zambia’s overall COVID-19 infections now stands at 37,605 with Minister of Health Jonas Chanda announcing 1,531 new infections yesterday.

Dr Chanda said 305 patients were currently admitted in different health facilities for COVID-19 out of which 206 were on oxygen therapy with 16 of them critically ill.

“The problem is ourselves, us the people. We are not taking this COVID-19 seriously,” Lusambo told #Kalemba in a interview.

Lusambo complained that when he tries to talk about the seriousness of the pandemic which has so far claimed the lives of more than 2 million people worldwide, some people think he was only trying to gain political mileage.

“When we go in the bars to advise our brothers and sisters about the need to protect themselves, they say ‘Bowman is not supposed to do this, Bowman is whipping people’,” he said.

He said infections were increasing daily because people had failed to think on their own.

Lusambo said as provincial minister, he had an obligation to sensitise citizens of the capital city on the dangers of COVID-19 and the need to follow health guidelines.

He said it was unfortunate that a few Zambians who couldn’t think on their own were putting the lives of others in danger.

“But we have a lot of Zambians who have responded very well, a lot of residents of Lusaka who have responded very well but a few selfish individuals want to put the lives of others at risk which is not fair,” he said.

“But I can assure you that God is on our side and what we just need is to change our mindset. What we are lacking is the correct mindset – not just on COVID-19 but on many other issues,” he added.

Lusambo recalled a television interview featuring late president Michael Sata in which he said Zambians needed to have their heads panel beaten to fix their mindsets.

“Governments will come and go but if people will not achieve anything if they do not change their mindsets,” said Lusambo.

“I agree with President Sata, the minds of Zambians need panel beating to change their mindsets.”

(Source: Kalemba)

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Former Deputy Minister, Esther Banda, dies



FORMER Deputy Minister of Gender and former Chililabombwe Patriotic Front Member of Parliament, Mrs. Esther Mwila Banda has died.

Mrs Banda died in Lusaka in the early hours of today (Sunday).

She served as Member of Parliament for Chililabombwe from 2006 to 2016, and was a Deputy Minister for Gender between 2011 and 2016.


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19 Jan 2021, 3:20 AM (GMT)

Zambia Stats

39,515 Total Cases
578 Deaths
28,066 Recovered

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