Government says that it is working hard to end the problem of load shedding that has hit the country.

Government says that it has embarked on a number of projects to end the load shedding that has hit the country.
Deputy Minister of Energy and Water Development, Charles Zulu says that government is constructing independent power stations in various parts of the country.
Mr. Zulu told Breeze FM staffer in Lusaka, Naomi Mwimba, that government is expected to commission a High Fuel Oil, HFO independent plant in Ndola in June.
He says that government is also constructing transmission line from leopard hill to Luangwa as well as the construction of Pensulo power line up to Kasama, which will go up to East Africa.
The project is expected to be completed before the end of this year.
The deputy minister says that government is expected to start exporting power to other countries and that load shedding will end by the end of this year when all the lined up projects are completed.

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