Insiza Rural District Council has temporarily suspended the issuing of stands at the new Bekezela high density area as it requires at least US$2 million to install water and sewer reticulation system for the residential suburb.
Speaking to ZBC News, Insiza Rural District Council chief executive officer Mr Fidres Manombe said their housing project has been hampered by the lack of funds to install water and sewer reticulation system at Bekezela high density area.
Government through the public sector investment programme has availed US$200 000 which will see the local authority installing collective septic tanks. Filabusi has a total of 2927 stands with over 500 people currently on the council housing list.
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