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ELEPHANT KILLS CHAMA MAN ON A BICYCLE IN ZAMBIA

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A 40-year-old man of kazilondo village in Chama district has been killed by an elephant while riding a bicycle.

The man identified as Kazilo Kaluba was killed on Tuesday evening when he was from visiting his mother where he had gone to attend some discussions on a funeral program which they had in the family.

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Muchinga province Deputy Commanding officer Munkondya Buumba who confirmed the death of Kazilo described the incident as sad.

She said the body was physically inspected and observed with broken left hand, left leg, bruises all over the body, fractured skull and a deep cut on the stomach with intestines completely out.

“Police officers together with the Wildlife officers visited the scene and the findings were as follows; the body of the deceased was found lying down facing downwards in a pool of blood with foot prints of an elephant all over the place.” she added.

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Meanwhile, the department of National parks and Wildlife has issued a directive to have the elephant which has killed Kazilo shot dead to prevent it from killing more people.

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Watch| Popular South African Female DJ, Uncle Waffles Allegedly Turned Down R500k ($33k) She Was Offered By a Nigerian Millionaire For S3x

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Popular South African female DJ, Uncle Waffles allegedly turned down R500k (N14m) she was offered by a Nigerian millionaire for a one night stand.

The claim was made during a podcast hosted by South African show host, Mac G.

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It was noted that Uncle Waffles who most men want to sleep with because she’s popular, has turned down such offers several times.

Watch a video from the podcast below………………

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Mozambique searches for six missing in Zambezi river

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Mozambique has set up more teams to help in the search for six missing people after a vessel sank in the River Zambezi earlier this week in the western province of Tete.

The teams are drawn from the national disaster organization, the maritime administration, marine forces and local fishermen.

It came after a search and rescue team was unable to locate the missing people for a couple of days because of the strong currents in the big river.

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On Thursday, the search spread to other districts in Tete and the central Sofala province.

An official appealed to fishermen and people living downstream to report to the authorities in case they find bodies in the river.

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