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Featured Image Caleb Mulenga, 7, receives a cholera vaccine at the Mutandabantu grounds of Kanyama township, in Lusaka district, Zambia. Cholera has broken out in the country, and Chitalu Chilufya, the minister of health, says that over 3,000 cases have been recorded, and 50 percent of the patients are in Kanyama. Unlawful waste dumping and a lack of clean water are believed to be major contributors to the outbreak.