Remains of the bus accident victims arrives in Ndola on Sunday

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Bodies of the victim of the Monday bus accident that perished in Polokwane, South Africa will arrive in Zambia on Sunday.

Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa Emmanuel Mwamba confirmed the development.

Mr Mwamba said the Zambian government would dispatch a Zambia Air Force Plane to transport the bodies accompanied family members.

He said 8 remains of the deceased would be delivered to Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport in Ndola while the other three(3) will be delivered to Lusaka.

Mr Mwamba said the bodies of Elizabeth Nkhata, Rosemary and Gift Malambo will be taken to ZAF City Airport in Lusaka.

He advised authorities and family members of the tragic accident to help receive the remains as advised.

Mr Mwamba said many family members had expressed gratitude with immense role played Government.

The deceased in the Royal Bus Accident in Mokopane, Limpopo Province;

  1. Mildred Kachinda

  2. Silvier C.M. Silungwe

  3. Martin Bwalya

  4. Rita Mpundu

  5. Elizabeth Tundwe

  6. Gloria Fumpa

  7. Idah Kunda

  8. Mwimba Kunda

  9. Abraham Kawanga

  10. Rose Nkhoma

  11. Gift Malambo

Twelve(12) survivors of the bus accident and still admitted to hospital are;

Bishop Roy Sinkala of the UCZ, Luapula Prestery who was evacuated from FH Odendal Hospital in Mokopane to Sunshine Hospital in Boksburg as he was in a critical condition

  1. Harry Phiri- Voortrekker Hospital

  2. Getrude Chola-Voortrekker Hospital (but family transferred her to a Johannesburg Hospital )

  3. Piet Moonga(FH Odendal Hospital)

  4. David Sambinda (FH Odendal Hospital evacuated to Sunshine Hospital)

  5. Bishop Roy Sinkala( evacuated to Sunshine Hospital in Borksburg)

  6. Brenda Moonga( Mokopane Hospital)

  7. Carol Sakala( Mokopane Hospital)

  8. Faith Bwalya( Mokopane Hospital)

9.Chisenga Priscilla( Mokopane Hospital)

  1. Pamela Konie (Mokopane Hospital)

  2. Bulaya Rayford(Polokwane Hospital but trnasfered to Pholoso Hospital)

  3. Dapheny Luhanga(Polokwane Hospital. She underwent a traumatic amputation of left hand but now stable).

Mr. Mwamba said of those admitted to hospital, only 3 remained in critical but stable condition.

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