NWASCO suspends operating licence for NWWSSC

By Paul Shalala The National Water Supply and Sanitation Council –NWASCO- has suspended the operating licence for the North Western Water Supply and Sanitation Company following the dissolution of the Board of Directors by Water Development and Sanitation Minister MIKE MPOSHA. The action has been taken pending the expiry of the contract of employment for

K36m released to enhance water supply

By Lucky Phiri Government has released 36 million Kwacha to enhance water supply to people in peri-urban areas to curb the spread of Cholera. The resources are meant for the completion and installation of water tanks and water projects in Kanyama, Garden House and Chawama Compounds. And Water Development Minister MIKE MPOSHA says government has

HH urges communities to prioritise water, sanitation

By Mercy Ngoma President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA has called on communities in the country to prioritise water and sanitation in the Constituency Development Fund –CDF- projects. President HICHILEMA says Zambia needs to accelerate interventions in the provision of clean and safe water and adequate sanitation services to attain the sustainable Development Goal number six. He has

Lusaka to experience reduced water supply

By Paul Shalala Lusaka will experience reduced water supply for 60 days starting on Thursday this week following a shutdown of the Iolanda One Water Treatment Plant in Kafue District. Water Development Minister MIKE MPOSHA says residential areas in Lusaka will see reduced hours of water supply as the Lusaka Water and Sanitation Company performs

Cabinet approves national refugee policy

By Wilson Mulinda Cabinet has approved the first-ever National Refugee Policy aimed at ensuring that all matters related to refugees are effectively managed and coordinated. The decision by Cabinet comes on the premise that Zambia has been hosting and protecting persons of concern from neighbouring countries and beyond since the 1940s. Acting Chief Government Spokesperson

MPOSHA launches Copperbelt water project

Government has flagged off works on the 156 million Euros Zambia Water and Sanitation project on the Copperbelt. The project will benefit about 500-thousand people. Water and Sanitation Minister MIKE MPOSHA says the project which targets Chingola, Chililabombwe and Mufulira Districts, will be done in a phased approach. Mr. MPOSHA said this when he handed
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