IN AN effort to ensure the country is water secure, Government is this year constructing 11 dams, Ministry of Water Development, Sanitation and Environmental Protection permanent secretary Edward C

THE number of houses that have collapsed in Kabwe as a result of heavy rains has risen to over 200 from last week’s 75, leaving over 1,000 people homeless.

CHARCOAL producers and traders in Livingstone and Kazungula districts in Southern Province have increased the price of the commodity citing scarcity of trees.

MWANDI district is benefiting from two ponds under the Pilot Project for Climate Resilience (PPCR).

THE Timber Producers Association of Zambia (TPA) has appealed to the Ministry of Lands, Natural Resources and Environmental Protection to reverse the ban on the export of timber.

The Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company (LWSC) has signed a €240 million contract with Zhongmei Engineering Group and Gabriel Couto Zambia to improve access to sanitation services.

MINISTER of Lands, Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Jean Kapata says Government will soon ban the production of and trade in charcoal and initiate alternative sources of fuel.

ZAMBIA’S annual national consumption was slightly above 1,500,000 metric tonnes by the end of 2015.

THE Participatory Ecological Land Use Management Association (PELUM) has urged Government to disregard recent demands for genetically modified bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) cotton trials in Zambia.

WITH agriculture emerging as Africa’s best bet for increasing food security and expanding economic opportunity, officials gathered here have launched a new prestigious US$100,000 award called the A