Tag: ANTHONY MULOWA

Luanginga Bridge works completed

By Mwila Nsofu Construction works on the 142-metre Luanginga Bridge in Kalabo District – Western Province are now complete. Road Development Agency -RDA- Acting Communications Manager, ANTHONY MULOWA has confirmed that the works have been completed. And Mr. MULOWA said works on the 1.8 kilometre embankment connecting the next bridge across the Silanda River has

Trucks marooned

By Moombe Hamoobola A number of trucks were yesterday temporarily marooned at the Livingstone Weigh Bridge causing delays for truckers and congestion for other road users. A check by a ZNBC news crew found a several trucks stationed, waiting to be cleared at the weigh bridge that is run by the Road Development Agency -RDA.

VEEP has always acted as President – KANGWA

By Mary Kachepa Secretary to the Cabinet PATRICK KANGWA says Vice President MUTALE NALUMANGO has always acted as President whenever President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA travels out of the Country. Mr. KANGWA says when the President is travelling, the Office of the Secretary to the Cabinet writes to the Head of State requesting him to delegate according

RDA to install 131 Acrow Bridges

By Mary Kachepa The Road Development Agency -RDA- is undertaking a programme to install 131 Acrow Bridges across the country. RDA Acting Communications and Corporate Affairs Director ANTHONY MULOWA says so far, two Acrow bridges have been installed at Lunkhwakwa stream in Eastern Province and at Lunchu stream in Kapiri-Mposhi District of Central Province. Mr.

RDA to mend potholes on Lusaka roads

By Masauso Mkwayaya The Road Development Agency-RDA-has set aside K1.5 million to repair damaged roads in Lusaka City. RDA Acting Director Communications and Corporate Affairs ANTHONY MULOWA says the Agency has dispatched four teams to mend potholes in different parts of Lusaka. Mr. MULOWA told ZNBC NEWS in an interview that the repair works are

Lusaka Still Experiencing Road Traffic Congestion

By Masauso Mkwayaya Over 500 kilometers of roads have been constructed in Lusaka in the recent past with the aim of decongesting the City. However, the City is still experiencing traffic congestion especially during peak hours in the morning , late afternoon and evenings. Road Transport and Safety Agency Public Relations Manager, MUKELA MANGOLWA says
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