Mulonga Water Engages Stakeholders On Proposed Water Tariff Hike

Mulonga Water Supply and Sanitation Company has begun consultative scoping meetings for tariff adjustments for the period 2020 to 2023.
The company has submitted an application to the National Water Supply and Sanitation Council (NWASCO) for a three-year tariff cycle with the current tariff ending December 2019.
This is to cope with prevailing economic conditions.

Speaking during stakeholder meetings, MWSC Director of Finance Sila Siame said the proposed tariff review is aimed at helping the company meet with the growing demand for the commodity in its three service towns of Chingola, Chililabolbwe and Mufulira.

“Once the tariffs adjustment proposal has been approved by NWASCO, we will embark on developmental projects with a view to increase coverage, both in water and sanitation,” Siame said.
Siame said the purpose of the meeting was to inform and get views from the local authorities and customers of the three service towns and present them to NWASCO for approval.
Chingola Mayor Titus Tembo, who attended the consultative meeting, said the revision of tariffs was inevitable and urged the company to ensure strides are made to improve service provision.


  1. Leonard

    So all pf members when they sleep they just think of increasing the cost of living to further squeeze is economically.cry my beloved country Zambia.God help us.just a reminder don’t reduce anything you have increased when we are about to go to the elections

  2. Winnipeg Nyirongo

    Dununa!!!Dununa iyeeeeh!!!! Dununa Reverse!!!! Mealie-meal hiked, Electricity hiked, Water hiked now we are waiting for the hiking of talk time!!!!! Zambia, where is this Country going now???? Everything is high, high, high and hiked mamama we are dying of everything in Zambia!!!!! Thanks

  3. Winnipeg Nyirongo

    Fuel hiked. Everything is high in Zambia with this limping economy!!!!!! I don’t know where this Country is going!!!!!! Good bye!!!

  4. Wampijala mpijala busongo

    We in the cities are unbelievable to copy with this economy, what about our mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters and the aged?

  5. Filungula Namenshi

    They have no choice but to follow suite as well. The cost of pumping, purifying and distribution is high. So for the company to sustain itself, its to find survival means and at the moment the only alternative is to increase the tariffs to the current cost effective.

  6. Leonard

    Those with eyes can see,yes you have built roads and some are sub standard but when it comes to

    • Leonard

      Economy iliko bad🦍🙉🐕🦍🙉🐕🦍🙉🐕🦍🙉🐕

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