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February Issue 2013
February Issue 2013

Emeli Sandé is Britain’s brightest star of 2012. Her mother is English and father from Zambia. She features on cover of UKZAMBIANS magazine February Issue 2013.

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ITS 100% FREE, But if you want a Hard copy you can buy from the Zambian Restaurant in the UK, Jolly Fisherman pub, 108 North Street, Barking, Essex and Zambian Restaurant in the UK, FREDOR RESTAURANT : Located at 177 Upton Lane, London, E7 9PJ.
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You can also contact us on info@ukzambians.co.uk.


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UKZAMBIANS Magazine is published every monthly. If you want to advertise or contribute an article, please contact us on info@ukzambians.co.uk.

Ms. Miriam Nalupumbwe-Bussink
Ms. Miriam Nalupumbwe-Bussink

The late Miriam Nalupumbwe-Bussink will be laid to rest on Monday, 28th January 2013 at the Vale Cemetery in Luton, England in the United Kingdom.

Prior to the burial, a Church Service will be held for Miriam at 11.00 am at St Matthew’s Church, Hightown, Luton in Bedfordshire, LU2 0NN, before proceeding to the Vale Cemetery for burial at 1.30 p.m.

Miriam died in the Luton and Dunstable Hospital on 30th December 2012 after battling with Breast Cancer for over 5 years.

Because of Miriam’s fight with Breast Cancer, the family have requested that mourners be dressed in Breast Cancer Pink and Black for the funeral on Monday 28th January 2013.

Miriam’s body will lie in State at the Chapel of Rest in Luton awaiting the arrival of her family who are travelling from Zambia and elsewhere.

Miriam was born in Mufulira, Zambia in 1960 and moved to England in the year 2000.  Prior to moving to England, Miriam ran her own import and export business in Lusaka. In England, Miriam trained as an Auxiliary Nurse and worked for several years, until she started encountering Breast Cancer complications in 2005.

Miriam was a vibrant, energetic, and pleasant individual. She was a loving Mother who dedicated her life to her children.

She is survived by three children. Her first born son, Martin, lives and works in China where he went to university while her two daughters live in England.  The older daughter, Nachula, recently graduated with a Degree in Law and the younger one, Namwinga, is currently studying as a nurse at Hertfordshire University.

 

Benedict Benn Chikopa

UKZAMBIANS would like to announce the untimely passing of Benedict Benn Chikopa, who passed away in the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, London, United Kingdom.

Benn lost his battle with cancer on the afternoon of Saturday 1st December 2012.

Family and friends are gathered at the late Mr Chikopa’s family home in Hampstead Suburb Gardens.

Funeral arrangements will be announced in due course on UKZAMBIANS.

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