Kalumbila resettles 70

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THE delay by the Zambia Environmental Management Agency (ZEMA) to approve the Kalumbila Minerals Limited (KML) Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) has prompted 35 more families to request for voluntary relocation. This brings to 70 the number of relocated families whose houses were initially located in KML’s critical infrastructure areas. KML through its Trident Project in North-Western Province has displaced 570 families, representing 1,400 farmers with crops on 787 hectares of traditional land, 105 livestock farmers and 100 bee-keepers. KM resettlement and community engagement manager Garth Lappeman said in an interview during the week that resettling the 70 families left a total of 500 displaced families.
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