Funeral of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone
Funeral of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone

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Ministry of General Education Spokesperson Hillary Chipango (in black T-shirt) pays his last respect during the burial of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone.Picture by KELVIN MUDENDA
Ministry of General Education Spokesperson Hillary Chipango (in black T-shirt) pays his last respect during the burial of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone.Picture by KELVIN MUDENDA

Southern Province Minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu (center), Livestock and Fisheries Deputy Minister Lawrence Evans (left in white shirt) and Southern Province Permanent Secretary Sibanje Simuchoba pay their last respect during the burial of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone.Picture by KELVIN MUDENDA

Southern Province Minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu (center), Livestock and Fisheries Deputy Minister Lawrence Evans (left in white shirt) and Southern Province Permanent Secretary Sibanje Simuchoba pay their last respect during the burial of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone.Picture by KELVIN MUDENDA
Southern Province Minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu (center), Livestock and Fisheries Deputy Minister Lawrence Evans (left in white shirt) and Southern Province Permanent Secretary Sibanje Simuchoba pay their last respect during the burial of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone.Picture by KELVIN MUDENDA
A combined team of Zambia Air Force (ZAF) and Zambia Army officers carry the caskets during the burial of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone.Picture by KELVIN MUDENDA
A combined team of Zambia Air Force (ZAF) and Zambia Army officers carry the caskets during the burial of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone.Picture by KELVIN MUDENDA

A combined team of Zambia Air Force (ZAF) and Zambia Army officers carry the caskets during the burial of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone.Picture by KELVIN MUDENDA

A combined team of Zambia Air Force (ZAF) and Zambia Army officers carry the caskets during the burial of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone.Picture by KELVIN MUDENDA
A combined team of Zambia Air Force (ZAF) and Zambia Army officers carry the caskets during the burial of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone.Picture by KELVIN MUDENDA
A combined team of Zambia Air Force (ZAF) and Zambia Army officers carry the caskets during the burial of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone.Picture by KELVIN MUDENDA
A combined team of Zambia Air Force (ZAF) and Zambia Army officers carry the caskets during the burial of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone.Picture by KELVIN MUDENDA
A combined team of Zambia Air Force (ZAF) and Zambia Army officers carry the caskets during the burial of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone.Picture by KELVIN MUDENDA
A combined team of Zambia Air Force (ZAF) and Zambia Army officers carry the caskets during the burial of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone.Picture by KELVIN MUDENDA
A combined team of Zambia Air Force (ZAF) and Zambia Army officers carry the caskets during the burial of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone.Picture by KELVIN MUDENDA
A combined team of Zambia Air Force (ZAF) and Zambia Army officers carry the caskets during the burial of Hillcrest National Technical Secondary School accident victims at Villa Grounds in Livingstone.Picture by KELVIN MUDENDA
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22 COMMENTS

  1. So so sad. Only some one who has lost a loved one would know what the families to the deceased are going through.MTSRIP

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  2. PARKING VEHICLES 2 METTERS FROM THE MAIN ROAD MUST BE MADE INTO AN OFFENCE. IN KAPIRI IT WAS THE SAME NOW CHOMA. THERE ARE MANY SUCH ACCIDENTS BUT THE POLICE THINK IT IS NORMAL FOR PEOPLE TO PARK IN THE ROADS OR NEAR THE MAIN ROADS!!!!!!!!!

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    • IT IS THE WAY THE ROADS ARE DESIGNED – BUILT ON THE CHEAP – With no HARD SHOULDER TO PARK, this will continue happening!!! MTSRIP!

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  3. PARKING VEHICLES 2 METERS FROM THE MAIN ROADS MUST BE MADE AN OFFENCE. IN KAPIRI IT WAS THE SAME NOW CHOMA. THERE ARE MANY SUCH ACCIDENTS BUT THE POLICE THINK IT IS NORMAL FOR PEOPLE TO PARK IN THE ROADS OR NEAR THE MAIN ROADS!!!!!!!!!

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  4. Its so so sad that someone very desperate has sacrificed these innocent souls just to get into State House. Why should man love money so much as if he isnt filthy rich already ! RIP

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    • @Bemba for UPND Convention 2016.
      Bushe iwe mune tawafundwa bati?. Learn to draw a line when NOT to clown around. Do NOT clown around over funerals, especially when your own kith and kin have suffered such a painful death.

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  5. May their souls rest in peace and how I wish it was Edgar Chakolwa Kaloba Wrungu’s funeral.

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    • @Lutuku,
      How old are you? Whoever raised you up should not have spared the rod when disciplining you. Learn to draw a line when NOT to clown around.

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  6. Sad. When this many young and promising minds suddenly disappear at one time, a big gap is left behind. Future Scientists, Engineers and Technocrats are gone for ever. As a result, our Country will walk into the future with a limp due to this gap. Add this limp to the other limps we already walk with (e.g loss of life due to preventable diseases), and before you know it the Country becomes certified wholly disabled. We cannot afford that. We need to find solutions.

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    • future scientists who cant think independently naimwe. we have lost future regurgitators thats all. No zambian should tell me about science and thinking. we have renowned academicians who have contributed nothing to our race. what makes you think that these boys would have done any better when they were taught by the same poisoned minds of our so called intellectuals?

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  7. @Bemba for UPND Convention 2016
    UKABWEKELE KUMYENU BAKAKUFUNDE WE KOLWE WE..DONT PLAY POLITICS WITH FUNERALS. ITS A SAD MOMENT FOR ZAMBIANS RIGHT NOW DONT BRING POLITICS HERE THIS IS NOT YOUR BEDROOM. DONT BRING THE DEVIL IN YOU ON THIS FORUM.

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  8. Chaipa ngako…Bana ba tononto so. May their Souls rest in forever eternal peace!

    So the saying goes…Road Safety back home is a nightmare…after Chibombo now this…wat next??
    Hard shoulders are available on most roads and clearly marked. But f***** drivers chose to halt their vehicles where ever they break down. Travelling at night should be Restricted, no coaches etc. and heavy penalties for unlicensed vehicle and drivers.

    Will start a campaign soon to bring back safe passenger and goods Railway trains.

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  9. It’s terrible to hear about your loss of these young children and on behalf of every Zambian we express our sincere sympathy to every family involved. Our deepest condolences.

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  10. As a former pupil @ Hillcrest Tech Sec School and ex-member of the school basketball team, that could have been me! My heartfelt condolences go out to the parents, classmates, schoolmates and all Zambians at large, may we learn to pay attention to the little things. MTSRIP…

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  11. Dayakar fly (rusangu university)We the parents where our son former student from Hill Crest school feel very sad for the lives lost in the Accident,parents and the teacher’s fly we want to pray submit all bereaved families specially parents,wife and children of the teacher who died,we are very sorry for what had happened but please don’t loose hope in Lord Jesus,don’t blame Him but we are honestly praying for the comfort that you get from His throne,as parents we are wishing and asking God to be with you ,comfort you and bring you out of the sudden shock,and to those who are seriously injured we pray for you to heal fast and come out of that shock God be with you all , Love you parents of Hill crest school

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