Rescue Officers have retrieved the Last two bodies On Lake Kariba that were among the group of people whose Speed-Boat capsized around 17 hours after a whirlwind on Sunday this week.

There were 10 people on the boat, four people drowned while six others survived.

The Deceased Have Been Identified As Blessings Sakala Aged Seven Years; Natalise Sakala Aged between One and Two Years and Harry Ngombe Aged 53 And The Fourth One Is Marley Sinjoolo Aged 19 Years.

siavongaAlmost during the same period Upnd Keembe Member of Parliament Princess Kasune and 17 other people were caught up in a similar experience but survived with the support of marine officers from the Zambia Police.

In October, 2014 Twenty-Six People, Mostly Pupils Heading For Independence Celebrations, Drowned After The Canoe They Were In Capsized On Lake Kariba.

Meanwhile Police in Lusaka have picked up a Body of a Male Adult Identified as Evans Mukata Aged 44 Of Chelstone Area.

Evans went missing on 30th November, 2016 and was yesterday around 15 hours found hanging on a tree near Sable Farm along district road near Chris Mall in Chelstone.

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