Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz has reported that Zambian President Michael Sata has been discharged from the Sheba Medical Center where he had been receiving treatment and that he was “not in critical condition” during his stay at the facility.
Quoting an Israeli, the paper said that president Sata is “not in critical condition,” and that he may even meet with outgoing Israeli president Shimon Peres later this week.
“He was at Sheba Medical Center until Thursday when he left that hospital,” Haaretz was told by the source. Israeli sources confirmed Monday that his condition is “not critical.”
The Israeli Foreign Ministry confirmed Monday that Sata is in Israel for a working visit, but declined to elaborate.