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Musician Daev and three others die in road traffic accident along the Chirundu-Lusaka Road, police say

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ZAMBIAN renowned Musician Davis Phiri popularly known as Daev who sang the famous love song titled “It’s never been easy” has died after being severely burnt in an accident along the Chirundu-Lusaka Road.
Daev and three others died in an accident yesterday while one survived with serious injuries after a Toyota Vits he was driving was involved in an accident at around 14:00 hours at red paint area along Chirundu – Kafue  Road.
Police Spokesperson Esther Katongo revealed in a statement that Daev who was driving the named car from the direction of chirundu to Lusaka had four  passengers on board.
She identified the three other deceased persons as Tandiwe Njovu aged 20 years of Lusaka who was also a student at Levy Mwanawasa Hospital, Elton Sakala of Lusaka while the other female victim has not been identified yet.
Katongo said the victim who survived with serious head injuries has been referred to UTH in Lusaka and has not been identified yet.
She said the accident happened when the driver lost control of the motor vehicle and carrierred off the road and over turned after which the motor vehicle  caught fire .
And Katongo said the bodies of the deceased persons are in Mtendere Mission Hospital mortuary.

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Police take interest in some video clips circulating involving the late musician Daev Zambia

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POLICE have taken interest in some video clips circulating on social media involving the late musician David Phiri famously ‘Daev Zambia’.

Daev Zambia is the famous singer behind the hit songs ‘Never been easy’ and ‘Kamba ka love’ and was also part of the XYZ music group.

He died on Sunday evening along side three other people on the Chirundu-Kafue road.

And in the video clips that have gone viral on various social media platform’s, two unidentified young women are seen whipping the late musician.

The two women who can visibly be seen, can also be heard forcing the musician to sing one of his songs titled, ‘its never been easy’.

The two women are also heard asking the late Daev Zambia to apologize while a man’s voice could be heard telling the ladies in a sarcastic way to stop whipping him.

And when contacted, police spokesperson Esther Katongo said police had taken interest in the matter.

“Yes, we have watched the videos and we have taken interest in the matter,” Mrs Katongo wrote.

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East Point Kabwata to re-open this friday with Kopala’s Chanda Na Kay aka ‘Aba Nyoli Nyoli’

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The re-branded and renovated East point Discotheque opens it’s doors to the public with a performance on the Live Stage by the most wanted Kopala based duo…Chanda Na Kay Also Known As ‘Aba Nyoli Nyoli’.

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This event will be hosted by Eastpoint Official MC “DJ Q KingSuli” & The Maddest Doppest MC “JERAHYO”

Date: Friday 18th Sept, 2020
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Late Ackim Simukonda’s musician son Niza dies aged 28

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NIZA Simukonda, the son on Zambian music legend Ackim Simukonda has died aged 28.

Fellow musician Wezi has confirmed Niza’s death on her Facebook page.

Wezi said there was not much details of Niza’s death although he had been well and suddenly died yesterday.

“I’m sad to share the news of the passing away of a young talented artist, son of the legend Ackim Simukonda. There’s no details yet as to the cause of death. According to a mutual friend, Niza was unwell and he passed away yesterday,” Wezi wrote.

“I woke up today with tributes to him flowing on my timeline, this is heartbreaking! Rest In Peace young king!” She added.

In 2018 Niza released a single titled Tata Wandi, a reply to his father’s Bana Bandi which was recorded 20 years ago.

In an interview with the Daily Mail then, NIZA said although he had the burden of carrying on the legacy of his late father, he considered it a beautiful burden.

Niza had a passion for playing the guitar just like his father and is one of the country’s smoothest vocalists.

In the song, Niza was responding to his father that he and his siblings have heard what he told them to do in the song, and that is to love one another.

(Source: Kalemba)

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ZAMBIA: COVID-19 STATS

31 Oct 2020, 9:43 AM (GMT)

Zambia Stats

16,432 Total Cases
349 Deaths
15,680 Recovered

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