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President Sata to launch Link Zambia project tomorrow

Headlines President Sata to launch Link Zambia project tomorrow

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President Michael Sata will tomorrow September 20 launch the Link Zambia 8000 project and commission the commencement of works for the upgrading of the Lusaka Leopards Hill Road project via Chiawa to Chirundu District.

This is according to a press statement made available to ZANIS by Special Assistant to the President for Press and Public Relations, George Chellah.

Mr. Chellah said the road will also go over Chongwe River and connect to Feira right through to Luangwa Bridge.

He said on the other side, the road will provide a link to Kasisi, Chipembi, Chalimbana and Palabana among other areas.

Mr. Chellah stated that this important road link underlines the Patriotic Front (PF) Government’s desire and determination to develop the state of infrastructure in the country particularly roads as enshrined in the ruling party’s manifesto.

He said the launch of the project was part of a larger programme called LINK ZAMBIA PROJECT that will result in the construction of about 2, 290 kilometres of roads at an estimated cost of K7.9 trillion in the first phase of the project.

Mr. Chellah said the second phase will cover 3, 049 km of road network at an estimated cost of K11.25 trillion while the third phase will involve upgrading 2, 862 km of road with an estimated cost of K9 trillion.

He said all these projects are expected to be carried out over a five year period.

Mr. Chellah said the launch of the project signals the beginning of the revolution to modernize Zambia and subsequently convert it into a complete land linked country.

He said this also fulfils one of the promises made by President Sata to the nation during his address to Parliament last year that Government would embark on the construction of various roads which include the Lusaka-Leopards Hill Road project via Chiawa to Chirundu.

ZANIS

137 COMMENTS

  1. When is the Litunga going to sound the war drums, eagerly waiting, no boys talking here we need your sounds, thanks PF more are yet to come, these are men talking and these boys litunga and HH. Shame the devil and critics.

    • Oh dear , are you sure you came out of the right orifice? The stench you’re leaving on this thread is very overpowering!

  2. I mean and not these Boys HH and litunga exchanging Witcraft in morden zambia, can a stick make someone become president? if yes how, when and where?

  3. Whilst this is a continuation from where others left, I m proud that that we are moving forward. Thank you Your Excellency Let us work. god bless you

  4. Road inspectors should do their work deligently this time round, we do not want shoddy works. Hope these projects are completed on time, good move. We also want a complete plan for road rehabilitation for the country and and how much it will cost over the same period- transparency and accountability are mandatory.

  5. # 7: the litunga is fighting a loosing battle because Lozi pipo are all over zambia so the first thing he needed to do is to evacuate all his pipo to mongu (if he has the capacity) before issuing that 21 day ultimatum. By the way how many more day to go?

  6. Presido for our country! This is a project to be supported by all well meaning Zambians!!! I hope the right contractors are going to be used in these projects!

  7. This is a Japanese programmes started/concieved under the late Levy Patrick Mwanawasa (MYHSRI). No glory PF. Thanks to the Japanese People

    • Thot they just borrowed for roads etc. Now its japanese people or MMD. Even Chirundu will be linked nicely while HH opposes the re allignment!!!! Viva PF. Show them. Insoni eeh!

  8. My beautiful country will certainly be opened up after phase 1 of this momentous project, I can see light at the end of the tunnel, yes it will be bumpy but we will get there, lets support this government for the people as you will benefit from this my beautiful people.

  9. Looks like he is feeling the pressure now! Mata is starting a road project after one year in office!Congatulations your exellency!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. Now this is what I call developing the nation fro the sake of doing good in good faith. The MMD would only embark on a project when elections are near. PF start four years before the general election. :)>- Go PF GO

  11. This is what we where telling people that the PF will deliver.
    Let’s go PF let’s go. HH here we score again.
    VIVA H.E M.C. SATA

  12. Yes thats why we voted for you PF. But we want real contractors not those useless contractors MMD was using in the likes of Ben Mwila and friends. We want transparent so that every Zambian sees how our money is being spent. Meanwhile just concentrate on working while ignoring HH and his cadres .  

  13. I told you that PF is on the drawing board. what you are reading is just a small portion in the PF’s bigger picture. They have a real vision. Don’t let detractors cheat you with their myopic thoughts. Be informed. PF for two terms.

  14. Link Zambia 8000 – meanwhile all the major towhships and residential areasin all the cities have no decent internal roads – go to Chilenje if you want to know what I am talking about. This is like planning to go on holiday to London when there is no food in the house. CNP for sure. Even high cost areas like Ibex Hill have no roads. These guys should consult the people what their priorities are. Kulibonesha ta politics – CNP.

    • @Truth, you seem to be thinking like a child. Which road is beneficial economically? is it the road to your house in Ibex Hill or the road to Feira? Be objective and rise above partisan or tribal politics!!!!

  15. @The Truth
    Look at the bigger picture my deluded friend, your brain is too negative to be open-minded about simple things; the launch of the project signals the beginning of the revolution to modernize Zambia and subsequently convert it into a complete land linked country. If you can not understand that i’m afraid then only your pastor can help you my dear friend.

  16. The total cost is about K28 trillion or US$5.6 billion. If the project is to be completed in five years, expenditure will be about US$1.1 billion per year. (Compare this with the recent US$0.75billion Euro Bond) Do we have funding in place for this massive project or is it just one big wet dream?

    • True to the word…the greeks say ‘ the tongue has no bones but it can break bones’ literally what this means is that you can say anything but what counts is matching your words with action. We dont want to hear the 90 days rhetoric full of empty promises. Pathological lying is a serious mendal disorder.

  17. 7 guns and a polygamist i say thisproject was left by MMD.Remember Chikwanda has openly said they are still using the MMD budge meaning that even project on the pipe line are still MMD,we would like to see the president and his cabinet ensure that the 2% of people electrified the number swayes to imagineable percentage.Ask Bob how many jobs will be created…………….somewhere about 15000 youths will be employed i guess that will be his response.Listen to the speech and note figures if they will ever be quoted nicelly.

    • Iwe the PF is no longer using the MMD budget. These are things the Presido talked about in his first address to parliament…Ni Donchi Kubeba…muchili muledabwa!

  18. One of the key policies of the PF Government is job creation. This road project will create jobs for local people and small Zambian contractors who will be engaged as subcontractors by the main contractor. Additionally, the improvement of this road will attract investment into the area, thereby, reducing poverty among the local people. This is a big plus for the PF and HE. Viva Sata Viva, Viva PF Viva, Abash Tribalist bitter critic HH

  19. @Cassava Republic – you knowledge in maths/business seem to be basic. You can only make that conclusion if you know the details of the gvt’s projected cash flow (from all sources) not jst the loan that we got yesterday.

    • jinx ### Cassava Republic is very right my man. Remember the high promises of obama that never were realised. You know this only confirms that zambians are very easy to cheat again and again, again and again. When are we going to learn to analyse issues. Prio to 2006 elections, some candidates promised that they would demolish all shant compounds and build mordern houses with hot showers. Lusaka people listened and believed. The rest is history which you and me know. My question is where are the resources coming from for such an ambitious programme within 5 years? Look at for example how excited all of us patriotic were when we managed an oversubscription of mear $750m. Now this is only 2.7% of the total amount of K28 trn needed. Rember also that our annual budgets usually go to consumpt

    • @Manix – That was MMD this is PF; that’s the difference, your cynicism won’t take us any where my dear friend.With you we may as well sit on our backsides and enjoy one two mosi!!  

    • @Cassava Republic, do you work for the government itself to know about their total revenue flow. The eurobond is just one small part of it. Grow up, unless you are part of the medula oblongatas of both Dr Chikwanda and the President, stop lying.

  20. If only this great man had taken over from were Mwanawasa left off, Zambia + Zambian would have realized their dreams of developing this wonderful nation! I am happy we you MCS in the driving seat.

  21. @jinx
    I have made no conclusion, I have asked a question. The Euro Bond figure gives perspective to the figures involved. Is this part of the current National development plan or a new plan?

  22. Is there anything that can reassure the constituencies that voted you into office Mr. President that indeed you are not issuing a statement in the interests of IMF dynamics, World Bank dynamics, Euro bond dynamics or general international biased dynamics? Mr. President, inasmuch as we right respect your presidency, we remain unmoved in questioning the above mentioned dynamics’s increasing roles in controlling local priorities in Zambians which should otherwise be determined by the various constituencies that mandated you to govern your nation. We know that the above dynamics control your affairs as long as they have stakes in your country through these debts you incur with your creditors. It is a very hard road to negotiate a head Mr. President. Listen to Mr. HH and his UNPD

  23. ba truth muli mbushi ,look at the national priorities not chilenje.viva pf lets hear the headlines from ka hh most useless politician

  24. What a good way to commemorate one year in office, those critics who have been asking for plans, you have heard this infrastructure development plan, in phases well worked out and costed.

    After this is done, Zambia will look like those imaginary images we share on facebook ati Choma by 2030, lol!!!!

    Has HH bought another fich in Mongu, hope he went with a freezer!!!

  25. This project is certainly commendable but the opportunity cost is very high when you consider the necessary demands of Agricultural investment and urban roads which are in deplorable state. But more specifically the figures are wrong. At the current road construction costs the total cost of such a programme is K40 trillion give or take a little. Further, the work of building the equivalent of 8 X Lusaka- Mbala roads in the next five years requires considerable capacity and I just hope this is not one of those projects which will become a joke in four years’ time. Please note that we will also be building five universities during the same period. I would like to be optimistic but I am skeptical.

  26. Good work, this link will open up the areas mentioned for economic development and creat alot of employment. Hopefuly the standard of life for the locals should improve.

  27. MMD said, they planned that by 2015/16 the road network rehabilitations and construction of new roads should completed. All these are on MMD plan. I thank Mr president HEMCS for him to realise that he can not do away with the MMD plans and all the projects that they left. If does that then Zambia will trade backwards and will need MMD again to start it from were they left. IF PF is to succeed let them continue with the MMD projects otherwise they are just waisting time and they should thank MMD for laying a good foundation. MMD hsa got very good policies which no other party has. At the moment I will say good mr. president, Now i will stand here and watch. And you wait for me ubo ndeisa (watch out I am on my way).

    • And when did the PF say they will not continue with good MMD developmental plans again? Or you are just in the habit of accusing people for things they never said!

  28. These are just hallucinations.Only people who dont know the current budget of Zambia can be duped to believe that such huge expenditure can be met in 5 years time. Zambian PF carders your level of analysis is shocking to say the list. Not even one road(leopards to chirundu about 200km) will be completed in 5 years time. Talk is cheap. If you are going to repay the Euro bond ($750m) after 10 years where the hell do you think you will find money for this huge project. Over promising without thinking is the norm in PF. Talk is cheap. This is a dead plan.

    • Yes, small minds really think small—and yours Mr. Disappointed Judge Chikopa is tiny indeed! Let Zambians who believe they can do exactly what other countries have been able to do for themselves do it for you, LOSER! Sit on the sideline and keep doing what you do best; FURTING!!!!!

    • @Yambayamba, thanx I was about to answer this nincompoop but you have said it for me. This bitters and opposition to anything the PF does, will not take these tribalists anywhere because the Zambian people who are the voters, are beginning to see results of the PF government.

  29. jinx ### Cassava Republic is very right my man. Remember the high promises of obama that never were realised. You know this only confirms that zambians are very easy to cheat again and again, again and again. When are we going to learn to analyse issues. Prio to 2006 elections, some candidates promised that they would demolish all shant compounds and build mordern houses with hot showers. Lusaka people listened and believed. The rest is history which you and me know. My question is where are the resources coming from for such an ambitious programme within 5 years? Look at for example how excited all of us patriotic were when we managed an oversubscription of mear $750m. Now this is only 2.7% of the total amount of K28 trn needed. Rember also that our annual budgets usually go to consume

  30. how does HH come into launching of a project which we are not sure if it will kick start. similar projects where launched a long time ago but up now they are not yet finished. such as mongu-kalobo raod. even this project is just made to easy the heat. lets wait and see if it will even start. it will just end on lauching. GOD have mess on us. there is no medicine in hospiatals and raining season is knocking, chorela is on the door. people will not eat launches. we want the gov to alleviate poverty in mtendere, gorge com. matero, kamanga. kuku etc. these are the poeple who will die in masses of cholera. tell you hyenas to prepare and buy medicines in hospitals coz they are priorities. not lauching white elephant projects.

    • The PF did not need to introduce wind taxes to raise funds in 2 years to start this project…They just acquired $ 750 which will be used to kick start this project…The Project starts NOW! Watch this space hater!

  31. I wonder what materials some Zambians are made of. The roads are yet to be done and people are already celebrating, what kind of behaviour is this. I can assure this project though good is not achievable even in 20 years time. This is the same 90 day *****ic theory. We do not even know who costed the road network of over 8000 km through the country to begin to put such values. This project is only good for cheating and exciting children and not adults.

    • Iwe, what counts is our leaders point you to where we are headed, how you get there remains a process. the PF government has showed us the people which direction we are headed which is the most important, in addition they have outlined the phases of implemetation as well as the timelines- in my view PF is showing good leadership this far.

  32. #1, THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF THE INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT IS IMPLEMENTATION. IN ZAMBIA WE HAVE SEEN A LOT OF PLANS ROT ON SHELVES OR EVEN ON DRAWING BOARDS. I WOULD ADVICE YOU TO READ PF MANIFESTO.

  33. We laud the inclusion of Feira in the road link. (Feira is a has been a cindirella center of historical importance which was the first town established in Zambia). The road will open up access into Mozambique and Zimbabwe and development in the area. It will make the lower Zambezi more accessible. It played a very important role in wars of liberation providing a rear base for Frelimo, Zanla and Zipra. (Even our freedom fighters like Simon Kapwepwe were imprisoned there by the colonial authorities prior to independence). Had Arabic, Portuguese, Indian and English influence over three centuries!!

  34. Hungry Hyenas, whon told you PF should not implement good projects planned by previous governments. Even Lumwana mine commissioned by MMD was UNIP’s project. All roads being upgraded now were initially constructed by UNIP. Only bad or projects not feasible will be thrown out. PF should ensure no corruption in picking of consultants and contractors like it was in the MMD era. HH will condemn this as expected, but please just ignore the boy, he has already exposed himself enough to be ignored.

  35. good that pf has decided to finish RB’s projects, such continuity from one gvt to the next is very good for national development. i have never been a pf fanatic but you have scored on this one. 
     but please insure that corruption is avoided in these projects. we know that people like gbm are already salivating to get a lion’s share of the tenders.

    • Correction, these projects where started by Mwanawasa and stalled by RB. And any good project ought to be continued by the incoming government.

  36. Thanks very much your Excellency we the people of Lusaka province are blessed to have you as our presido God continue bless and protect from all evil Amen.

  37. @48 &52, Disappointed Judge Chikopa:

    Please calm down! You guys wanted a plan from the PF govt, and you have now got the PLAN. No one is say this plan is written in stone such that it can not be adjusted as we go along. But at least you now have a plan for which you can hold this govt accountable! If we don’t THINK BIG, and NOW, when do you propose is the right time to start planning and acting for the future of our country? Even achieving half of what is being proposed in five years would be a tremendous accomplishment by any measure.

    Sometimes we need to be objective in our criticisms as Zambians. Not being gloomy all the time! The best we can do now is to make sure this govt does what it says it will do. Eurobond, bad; Road network, hoops, not that either; so what is it U want?

  38. All this was planned by MMD.  That is why PF requires constructive criticism to copy ideas from real thinkers.  These clowns can’t figure out what to do with the country.  Too busy scheming how to steal.

  39. Ba cassava republic am sorry 4 u bcz u one of the educated fools.Theories and idealogies have never improved lives of pipo in africa.what we nid is practical pipo like cycle mata.I bet my life the man means well 4 zambia.linking zambia is one way of creating the market 4 thoz peasant farmers that we dearly depend on 4 food sustenace.

  40. NO 31 YOU ARE A LIER, I LIVE IN I-BEX JUST CLOSE TO AMERICAN EMBASSY. AND I CAN TELL YOU MOST ROADS THERE ARE WITH TARMACK UNLESS YOU DON`T KNOW WHERE I-BEX IS SITUETED OR YOU HAVE BEEN IN GERMANY SINCE CHILUBA´S TIME. AND DON`T BE CHEATED BY THE FLAG YOU WILL SEE ON MY COMMENT, I AM JUST HERE FOR MORE PROJECTS AS USUAL. YOU MUST BE HH`S FELLOW TO SAY SUCH THINGS ABOUT I-BEX HILL.

  41. Those complaining about where the money will come from you forget that we have a 750 million Euro bond!!! Please aceept that this is a damn good plan, lol.

    Marketeers, sell him more fish please!!!

  42. #61 you are a lier how long was the mmd in power? we should be realistic sometimes those guys were thieves except the late mr Mwanawasa my he soul rest in peace, abashala ni bapompwe munshibila nsala…

  43. We commend the PF for continuing the good projects embarked on by our dear late president, Dr Levy P Mwanawasa. Just ensure you get rid of all the corrupt elements that were in the forefront of stalling these projects when Rupiah Banda took over tragically. A good leader knows what’s good for the country as whole, as opposed to the self pomp of Hakaivotela Humwine. 

  44. @Tatulaba 
    Some of these chaps were toddlers yesterday,they were busy enjoying their mommy’s breast milk to recall how those vile MMD thugs were ransacking the treasury like it was their personal current account. Browse through this comment thread the senior critics on this site know better than keep quiet today when the government is on the right track only the very clueless young chaps will be out throwing stones as the know everything that’s why KFC and McDonalds emplos them!!kekekeke 

  45. Let’s wait and hear what under 5 HH will say about this project, but as usual, he will turn it down with all his spit in his mouth…..who wants to bet??? I will free Kalusa if he does not say anything on this project……. hahahahaha!!!!

  46. This is the type of development people having been waiting for.Proud to be Zambian.Infrastructure development such as viable road network allows the country to capitalise on its geographical position.Influx of traffic through and within the country is good for commerce.

  47. Please read the PF manifesto if you want to criticise the PF government constructively. This is what the PF manifesto says on infrastructure development: “ In order to redress this situation, the PF government shall:
    – Rehabilitate and upgrade the existing road network including feeder roads in all districts to prescribed standards;
    – Construct additional inter-provincial and inter-district roads to open up the country to facilitate accelerated development;
    – Replace existing pontoons with bridges in order to promote social and economic activities in districts;
    – Establish road maintenance camps on major rods- Construct ring roads around major cities to decongest the central business districts;

  48. Cont’d.- Ensure the viability of existing railway lines, particularly ZR and Tazara, through monitoring and negotiation with suitable management concessions and partnerships etc”
    I find it unfair to criticise the PF government as CNP when the plans are well articulated in its manifesto. The MMD had a well articulated manifesto as well which it failed implement in 20 years.

  49. A good leader continues with good  programmes and adds on.Whether it was started by mwanawasa or KK or Banda,,the advantage is we have a govt which appreciates other Zambians efforts.they are not selfish

  50. Ba PF carders,your response to this rhetoric from CNP is understood.You believed the 90 rhetoric though 360 days have now gone still nothing show for it. Talk is cheap bane, where is the plan to fine this project. You will be loughing stock by the end of the 5 years when these projects are supposed to completed. If you prepare a project proposal with this emptiness of plans,the stake holders will simply trash it.

  51. PF should not steal the praises; let them swallow their pride and implement projects left by their friends. MMD left this project to be funded by the multilateral institutions. It was initiated as back as 2009 and the past three year has been feasibility studies and plans. To those whose cheat themselves that MMD was never did anything for this country must ashamed of themselves! Learn to give credit where it is due at laest MMD have a blue print for this country despite their over-publicized mistakes.!!

  52. Compatriots, we live in Zambia or at least I live in Zambia. What is good for the nation, should be commended irresective of who does it just like we enjoy a meal at a restaurant irrespective of who the cook is or we are happy to reach a destination despite who the driver of the bus is. This intent by the Government to build roads is most commendable and any worthwhile leadership would have done the same. This is practical and good politics of development. And please all you handlers of HH, I implore you. Dont let HH criticise ba Sata over these roads. If he means well, he should pass kudos to the government. And if he utters a word of obscentity, then I dare say he is not worth to lead this nation.

  53. This project will be one of the legacies of the PF government. This is one project which the new govt should not let slip off. Even half of the proposed works will be a great achievement. It is an infrastructure project that was long overdue.

  54. Road inspectors want more money in their pockets just kile the traffic officers on our roads. The roads will need rehabilitation sooner than later

  55. #17, THERE’S THE RIGHT TO INFORMATION BILL. ANY INFORMATION YOU WISH TO SEE YOU JUST GO TO THE APPROPRIATE MINISTRY- MINISTRY OF FINANCE IN THIS CASE. BETTER STILL THE MEDIA WILL BE PUBLISHING ALL THE INFORMATION ABOUT ANY PROJECT. IT’S ALL UNDER THE, “RIGHT TO INFORMATION BILL”. ALL PROJECTS AND GOVT DEALINGS WILL TOTALLY BE TRANSPARENT.

  56. @12 wakamba zoona, the zambia we have always dreamed of might just be coming. Im hopefull. Mr President you should know that us diasporans are here for you and watching whats going on, if you put in place serious measures and good conditions to bring back trained manpower some will go back. We are waiting.

  57. TO THE ZAMBIAN MEDIA, I AM QUOTING THE FOLLOWING FROM ZWD:
    “Sata’s wife now joins a number of PF cadres, masquerading as Zambian government officials boarding planes to de-campaign the Zambia Watchdog home and abroad using the hard-earned Zambian tax-payers money. This follows many failed attempts to have the site “(ZWD)” closed.” END OF QUOTE. I THINK WE HAVE A SERIOUS MEDIA PROBLEM. THE OTHER DAY, SOMEONE WROTE IN ZWD, SOMETHING NASTY ABOUT THE LOOKS OF OUR PRESIDENT AND HOW DR. KASEBA MANAGES TO KISS HIM. SURELY IS THIS THE KIND OF FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY WE FOUGHT FOR?? I AND MANY ZAMBIANS DO NOT SUPPORT THE UNPROFESSIONAL CONDUCT OF THIS BLOGGER AND ZWD FOR PUBLISHING SUCH UNCALLED FOR ATTACKS. IF I WERE DR. KASEBA, I WOULD SUE ZWD AND LOBBY TO HAVE THE SITE CLOSED. MWAYA SANA .

  58. Missing dots: How long will this project take? Where is the funding coming from? By the way, Chella, you forgot to mention the most critical part of the whole deal. HOW MANY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES WILL BE CREATED BY THIS MAMMOTH PROJECT? Excuse my lack of proper geographical insight. Chipembi, Leopard Hill, Chongwe, Luangwa, Chirundu help me!!!! Link Zambia 8000 is the project name but I prefer MASEBO or Musebo Project

    • Must have dropped out in Grade 7…. Feira has been left out of ‘link’. Its a tourist destination, confluence of Luangwa and zambezi and opening it up will be part of the link zambia 8000. For example to move from Chipata to mpika, one has to go thru Lsk and kapiri. Why? when u can link up the two provinces easily. Think mo-rons.

    • same applies to Livingstone-solwezi, why pass thru Lsk, if theres a road u can just go thru Mongu, mufumbwe etc. Land locked to land linked country,. the way south africa is, there a road basically to everywhere!

  59. Had MMD been an honest party Zambia by now would have been a developed utopia. But the punks were extremely selfish and dishonest and squandered a grand opportunity to be the saviors of Zambia. At the rate PF is galloping to develop Zambia, opposition parties will be irrelevant pretty soon.

  60. tuma HH puppies whats wrong with your capacity to think. It appears you refuse to think no matter what. On this one say congrats to MCS.

  61. Rhetorics vs Pragmatisms, it is always like that let us wait and see. At the moment I have nothing to celebrate about. Until I see something has happened. After all when this govt came into power I lost something, why should I be happy? Until they give me back what they got from me. Is job creation grabbing grabbing a job from me and giving it to a cadre or relative? Right now someone is unemployed just because the PF thought this person was MMD. noooo.

  62. If you want quick bags that people won`t notice, do serious road projects. Said FTJ to RB. Very sweet big untraceable bucks for the of your life. We know these things. Anyway, lets move on. We will definately see the roads.

  63. If you want quick bucks that people won`t notice, do serious road projects. Said FTJ to RB. Very sweet big untraceable bucks for the rest of your life. We know these things. Anyway, lets move on. We will definately see the roads.

  64. Want to drive on the roads in my lambo smoking my favourite Cuban cigar with my chick and sipping my guiness. Its going to be wonderful! No kick backs pse. Clean project. Not even one ngwee in the pockets of the people involved. Zikomo kwambiri.

  65. Iwe Heya, Feira is crossing point into Mozambique.It is located in Luangwa district.It is a small area just on the border with Mozbque

  66. The next thing you will hear is that CNP is launching a reinforced concrete toilet link between State House and his backside where it never shines, it stinks too!

  67. Zambian watchdog moderates all comments on their blogs. You’ve never seen a bunch of losers and frustrated fools like most of the bloggers on that site. There’s so much hate, jealousy and frustration on that site that you can almost touch it!!!

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