Zambian woman hospitalized in SA looking for relative

 Zambian woman hospitalized in SA looking for relative

By Staff Writer
A-Zambian woman who has been hospitalised in South Africa for two months, is looking for her relatives back home. 

Mildred Chola, 39, is in Thabamoopo Hospital in the Lebowakgomo area in Limpopo Province and does not have a clear recollection of the circumstances that brought her to South Africa. This has in turn caused some difficulties in locating her relatives. 

However, records from the Hospital indicate that her relatives are in Mufulira on the Copperbelt in Ndeke Village, Plot No. 2008 but efforts to locate them have so far proved futile.

According to the information provided by the Hospital, Ms Chola was born on 1st November, 1983 as the sixth born to Fernando Chola and Getrude Kalaba Chola and attended school at Pamodzi Primary before going to Ndeke Secondary School. 

Zambia’s Acting High Commissioner to South Africa Ms. Inonge Mwenya has appealed to anyone with information regarding Ms Chola to get in touch the High Commission in Pretoria. 

This is contained in a statement by First Secretary for Press in the office of Zambia high Commissionto South Africa Tamara Nyirenda.

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