STEVEN MVULA, Lusaka
ABOUT 1.6 million Lusaka residents should brace themselves for erratic water supply for almost three months as Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company embarks on a historic rehabilitation project at its Lolanda water treatment plant in Kafue.
The city of Lusaka has about four million inhabitants.
Speaking at a press briefing in Lusaka yesterday, company managing director Jonathan Kampata said after a four-day shut-down of water supply from yesterday to Thursday, the supply of the commodity will for 86 days be done at a reduced capacity as major works are undertaken.
The works will cost the water utility firm between US$5 million and US$6 million under the auspices of the United States government-funded Millennium Challenge Account.
Mr Kampata has since appealed to Lusaka residents to conserve as much water as possible during the period of READ MORE