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Zambian Coffin Sellers

10 Jan 2020
Zambian coffin sellers have until March to move their wares away from a hospital in the country's capital, Lusaka, in a report by Daily Mail Lusaka Mayor, Miles Sampa, said the coffin sellers would be relocated to the graveyards if they failed to move. Before now, the traders had been conducting business outside the University…

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