The remains of Rayford Bulaya a Royal Bus accident victim that occurred in Mokopane, in Limpopo province in South Africa will be flown to Ndola on Thursday 1st November 2018.
Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa, Emmanuel Mwamba disclosed that the remains of Mr. Bulaya’s remains, will be flown aboard South Africa Airways flight SA 96 that will land at Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport in Ndola at 12;35hrs.
Mr. Mwamba said the body will be accompanied by the Widow, Mwila Mulenga Bulaya, and family members to the deceased; Mr. Richard Bulaya and Mr. Christopher Mwale.
Bulaya was a member of Royal bus crew, who had been in hospital since 17th September 2018 until he died last week.
Rayford Bulaya sustained head injuries in the accident and was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit of Polokwane Hospital in Limpopo Province.
The bus accident which killed 11 people was travelling from Kitwe to Johannesburg, occurred when it suffered a front tyre burst.
The driver lost control and the bus fell on its side in Mokopane District.
The accident occurred on September 17, 2018.
President Edgar Lungu declared a Day of National Mourning and also sent a Zambia Air Force plane to pick the remains of the accident victims.
With the death of Bulaya, the number of those killed comes to 12.