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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Street lighting project on course in Mufulira

General News Street lighting project on course in Mufulira

Installation of street lights under the Zambia Township Roads project in Mufulira District is almost complete.

Speaking in an interview, Mufulira Municipal Council Assistant Public Relations Officer, Thandiwe Tembo said the project commenced in 2018 and is expected to be completed by December this year.

Ms.Tembo stated that a total of 62km of roads are being upgraded in Mufulira under the Zambia Township Road Project.

She stated that roads have been tarred and are now working on road furniture which includes street light.

Ms.Tembo said the street lighting project is also being implemented in Kitwe and Chingola.

She said street lights are currently being installed on all roads that were upgraded under the project in Mufulira.

Ms. Tembo said some of the roads where street lights have been installed include Kombe, Butondo, Chikalabwamba, Jomo Kenyatta, Maina Soko roads.

She said other works being done on the roads include road signs, road markings, drainage works and speed humps.


  1. And some one should lie to you that there is no development under pf- bufi!. Kaizar kalambo indeed 56 years no one did a single thing until we took over, now you seeing the fruits of our labour. Be thankful. We have taken you from the darkness to lights.

  2. It’s not your money but ours, this should have happened 30 decades ago. Anyways at least our tax money has been put to use although it s a drop in the ocean, now go on n build schools for those kids enduring rains and all the elements under trees. You got 10 months.

  3. Kaizer Kalambo it goes to show how low we have sunk. News is now Amalaiti yaisa mu mushi!
    I grew up in Mpatamatu in the 70s. Electricity was installed. It was n’t news. Can the reporters also tell us when government puts up Stop and Give Way signs on the roads?

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