TRYNESS TEMBO, Lusaka
A CHINESE firm has set aside about US$500,000 to build a hotel in Roma to contribute to the improvement of the hospitality sector.
China Huashun Zambia Investment Company Limited, which has acquired 3,996 square metres of land, intends to build a 12-story hotel with 288 standard rooms.
This is according to the environmental and social impact assessment report submitted by the firm to Zambia Environment Management Agency and obtained by the Daily Mail on Monday.
“Although Government recognises the importance of hotel and tourism sector, it is still under-performing and only contributes three percent to the economy.
“The company has taken a bold step to address the crisis that is hindering growth of…http://epaper.daily-mail.co.zm/