Photos of the day; water crisis in Kanyama

Photos of the day; water crisis in Kanyama

Kanyama residents queuing for water at one of the Lusaka Water and Sewerage kioks. Most of the water points are completely dry in Lusaka.

Meanwhile, the Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company will start rationing water owing to reduced supply of the commodity, says the Company Public Relations Manager.

Patson Phiri says the increase in the hours of loading shedding from 4 to 6 hours has further affected water production in Lusaka province.

Speaking to Hot FM News, Mr. Phiri said the reduced supply of electricity has also impacted negatively on revenue collection.

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    Patricia Zulu 2 weeks ago

    I like the IST White in colour

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    Alibaba 2 weeks ago

    Africa’s greatest misfortune is also the lack of quality of its leaders.

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    I agree with Chisha, not the childish, myopic and misplaced rantings by Black Sabbath.It seems you know very little about Kanyama or you rantings are based on cheap politics of bitterness, hatred and manipulation..

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    I agree with Chisha, not this childish,ignorant and misplaced ranting by black sabbath

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    Chisha Banda 2 weeks ago

    Zambia is too big to be ruled from Lusaka. There should decentralization in the Management of the country so that each province can manage its affairs properly.

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    Black Sabath 2 weeks ago

    KK Mature up it is those in power and who have been in power who are responsible for what The corrupt republic is going thru…not opposition.The opposition proved checks and balance if don’t understand issues keep quiet idiot.

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    Black Sabath 2 weeks ago

    If you cannot supply water to your own people then there is nothing you can supply and you are not worth to be government.

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    This is too much…taking every unfortunate occurance as a chance to politically manipulate the masses…ưhat kind of political desparation í this?

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    Bashi Nono 2 weeks ago

    And this is the 20th century where leaders have no clue on how to get around such shortfalls. We actually have a Minister in this sector busy admiring his new office and allowances with no clue of what our water companies countrywide can do to avert such shortages, yet 40% of water sources in entire Southern Africa region sit-in Zambia. Cry my people these decisions you make when voting for songs and free Chitenge, this is what you get. With advanced technology world over, why should water heaven still be suffering from such shortages? ZAMBIANS Wake up, These are issues that can be sorted permanently the same way, someone even thought of introducing these very water Kiosks another is there to take this idea further but only your Vote is the difference.