- Mr Chavula, who was aged 48, died on Friday, at CfB Hospital in Lusaka from cancer.
By SIMON MUNTEMBA
THE Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) has expressed sadness on the death of Hot FM Chief Executive Officer Zachariah Chavula.
In a statement, IBA Director-General Josephine Mapoma said Mr Chavula’s death has robbed the media sector of a radio legend whose career spans over decades.
Ms. Mapoma says the IBA will remember Mr Chavula for his contribution to the broadcasting sector through his innovation, interview programmes and entertainment.
She has since sent a message of condolence to the family, Hot FM staff and colleagues of Mr. Chavula.
Mr Chavula, who was aged 48, died on Friday, at CfB Hospital in Lusaka from cancer.