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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Two People drown on Lake kariba

Rural News Two People drown on Lake kariba

By Tovin Ngombe:-

Two people are feared to have died when the boat they were in capsized on Lake Kariba in Sinazongwe district on Thursday.
Eight people were on the boat belonging to the Sinazongwe health centre and six managed to swim to the shore.

One of the crew members from the rescue team Sibalele Gilbert identified the missing people as James Sikalumba and Preacher Lizinga.

The crew was from Sinazongwe youth Alive who went to perform drama at Simuzila Island on Lake kariba.

Sinazongwe District Commissioner Laiven Apuleni confirmed receiving the information but said he had not received the full details on what transpired.

Sinazongwe residents flocked to the Lake shore to wait for the rescue team to inform them on the latest development of the missing people.

Sinazongwe police Inspector Mwausi Akebu and the district government controller of transport kebby Balandawu were among the six survivors.

On Tuesday during the Labour Day celebration the same screw from Youth Alive drama group charmed the audience with their wit performance.

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