Uncollected garbage worries Town Centre Market traders

Uncollected garbage worries Town Centre Market traders »

23 Jul, 2015
News

LUSAKA’S Town Centre market traders have complained about the poor sanitation conditions they are subjected to work under due to the ever increasing amount of uncollected garbage by the Lusaka City Council (LCC). The traders have expressed fear that the uncollected heaps of garbage at the market could lead to the outbreak of water borne diseases such as cholera and dysentery.

LCC introduces revenue reforms

LCC introduces revenue reforms »

15 Mar, 2014
News

The Lusaka City Council (LCC) has introduced revenue reforms following governments directive to all councils to minimise human contact in revenue mobilisation.   The directive was issued through the ministry of Local Government and housing.   In an interview with Lusaka star, LCC acting public relations manager Mulunda Habeenzusaid the move was aimed at promoting efficiency and effective management of revenue.

Mtendere traders bemoan inadequate garbage collection

Mtendere traders bemoan inadequate garbage collection »

15 Mar, 2014
Business

TRADERS at Mtendere Khazimai Market have bemoaned the inadequate collection of garbage at the market by the Lusaka city council (LCC). But LCC acting public relations manager Habenzu Mulunda urged the traders to pay more money if they  wanted frequent collection of garbage.  In an interview with the Lusaka star, a charcoal trader Boyd Chibwe at the market said the garbage which was dumped next to his stand produced a bad smell and was a health risk.

Litter at Goma fields a health hazard- UNZA Management

Litter at Goma fields a health hazard- UNZA Management »

26 Nov, 2013
News

THE University of Zambia (UNZA) management has attributed the accumulation of garbage and litter at UNZA’s Goma fields to overpopulation of students.   UNZA Public Relations Officer Stanslous Chewe told the Lusaka Star in an interview that mishandling of garbage by garbage collectors and scavengers at the Goma Fields was a health hazard that posed a huge challenge on UNZA Management.