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Yamfwa D. Mukanga

Vice President

China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation

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China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation

China

Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

Zambia Road Safety Trust


Affiliations

Kantanshi Constituency

Member of Parliament


Parliament

KANTANSHI Member


Web References(88 Total References)


tazarasite.com

Govt will not allow TAZARA to collapse, says Hon. Mukanga
Public Relations TAZARA Official News December 7, 2014 December 13, 2014 TAZARA File picture: Hon. Yamfwa Mukanga (L), Minister of Transport for Zambia and Hon Harrison Mwakyembe (R), Minister of Transport for Tanzania TAZARA File picture: Hon. Yamfwa Mukanga (L), Minister of Transport for Zambia and Hon Harrison Mwakyembe (R), Minister of Transport for Tanzania The Minister of Transport, Supply, Works and Communications, Hon. Yamfwa Mukanga has declared that the Government will not allow the collapse of TAZARA and that all efforts will be made to ensure that the Authority bounced back to its best. Hon. Mukanga said TAZARA had not only played a key role in the development of the Zambia, but was also good for fostering good relationships with neighbouring countries. The Minister said his government would not like to see TAZARA collapse as that would not help the nation in anyway, but would be detrimental to the development of Zambia. Hon. Mukanga said it was the wish of his government to ensure that the TAZARA line was connected and interlinked to many parts of the country in order to enable the railway line become viable within the country through local operations. He said it was the desire of the Patriotic Front government to ensure that TAZARA improved its operations and emphasised that it would be illogical for Zambia to let the railway firm collapse, pointing out that within the country itself there were a lot of logistical challenges which needed the services of TAZARA. He said it was for that reason that there were plans by the Zambian government to construct railway spurs to link TAZARA to Mpulungu from Nseluka and to Chipata from Mpika. Hon. Mukanga said that as construction and rehabilitation of the road infrastructure was going on, it was also necessary to work on the railway network because without functional railways, the roads would continue getting damaged. And the CCECC Vice President said he was particularly excited to have met the Minister and announced that he was aware that the Chinese government was ready and willing to reconstruct TAZARA.


tazarasite.com

The Co-Chairpersons of the TAZARA Council of Ministers, Hon Yamfwa Mukanga (L) and Hon Dr Harrison Mwakyembe (R)
The Co-Chairpersons of the TAZARA Council of Ministers, Hon Yamfwa Mukanga (L) and Hon Dr Harrison Mwakyembe (R) TAZARA File picture: Hon. Yamfwa Mukanga (L), Minister of Transport for Zambia and Hon Harrison Mwakyembe (R), Minister of Transport for Tanzania TAZARA File picture: Hon. Yamfwa Mukanga (L), Minister of Transport for Zambia and Hon Harrison Mwakyembe (R), Minister of Transport for Tanzania Govt will not allow TAZARA to collapse, says Hon. Mukanga Public Relations TAZARA Official News December 7, 2014 December 13, 2014 TAZARA File picture: Hon. Yamfwa Mukanga (L), Minister of Transport for Zambia and Hon Harrison Mwakyembe (R), Minister of Transport for Tanzania TAZARA File picture: Hon. Yamfwa Mukanga (L), Minister of Transport for Zambia and Hon Harrison Mwakyembe (R), Minister of Transport for Tanzania The Minister of Transport, Supply, Works and Communications, Hon. Yamfwa Mukanga has declared that the Government will not allow the collapse of TAZARA and that all efforts will be made to ensure that the Authority bounced back to its best. Hon. Mukanga said TAZARA had not only played a key role in the development of the Zambia, but was also good for fostering good relationships with neighbouring countries. The Minister said his government would not like to see TAZARA collapse as that would not help the nation in anyway, but would be detrimental to the development of Zambia. Hon. Mukanga said it was the wish of his government to ensure that the TAZARA line was connected and interlinked to many parts of the country in order to enable the railway line become viable within the country through local operations. He said it was the desire of the Patriotic Front government to ensure that TAZARA improved its operations and emphasised that it would be illogical for Zambia to let the railway firm collapse, pointing out that within the country itself there were a lot of logistical challenges which needed the services of TAZARA. He said it was for that reason that there were plans by the Zambian government to construct railway spurs to link TAZARA to Mpulungu from Nseluka and to Chipata from Mpika. Hon. Mukanga said that as construction and rehabilitation of the road infrastructure was going on, it was also necessary to work on the railway network because without functional railways, the roads would continue getting damaged. And the CCECC Vice President said he was particularly excited to have met the Minister and announced that he was aware that the Chinese government was ready and willing to reconstruct TAZARA.


tazarasite.com [cached]

The Minister of Transport, Works, Supply and Communications of the Republic of Zambia, Hon. Yamfwa Mukanga has called for more concerted efforts from all employees of the Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA) and other stakeholders so as to overcome the challenges and turn the railway around.
It is, therefore, now our duty and obligation to see to it that TAZARA does not collapse and that the hitches that have characterized the company in the last few years are removed," Hon. Mukanga said. The Minister said the two governments were doing their best, on their part, to make sure that the financial needs and other necessary requirements were met in order to facilitate the resuscitation of the company. "We appreciate what our Chinese counterparts have continued to do for TAZARA and we really value their support, but we have a big part to play as the owners of this railway and we are united in our resolve to resuscitate this company," Hon. Mukanga said.


tazarasite.com

The Co-Chairpersons of the TAZARA Council of Ministers, Hon Yamfwa Mukanga (L) and Hon Dr Harrison Mwakyembe (R)
The Co-Chairpersons of the TAZARA Council of Ministers, Hon Yamfwa Mukanga (L) and Hon Dr Harrison Mwakyembe (R) TAZARA File picture: Hon. Yamfwa Mukanga (L), Minister of Transport for Zambia and Hon Harrison Mwakyembe (R), Minister of Transport for Tanzania TAZARA File picture: Hon. Yamfwa Mukanga (L), Minister of Transport for Zambia and Hon Harrison Mwakyembe (R), Minister of Transport for Tanzania Govt will not allow TAZARA to collapse, says Hon. Mukanga Public Relations TAZARA Official News December 7, 2014 TAZARA File picture: Hon. Yamfwa Mukanga (L), Minister of Transport for Zambia and Hon Harrison Mwakyembe (R), Minister of Transport for Tanzania TAZARA File picture: Hon. Yamfwa Mukanga (L), Minister of Transport for Zambia and Hon Harrison Mwakyembe (R), Minister of Transport for Tanzania The Minister of Transport, Supply, Works and Communications, Hon. Yamfwa Mukanga has declared that the Government will not allow the collapse of TAZARA and that all efforts will be made to ensure that the Authority bounced back to its best. Hon. Mukanga said TAZARA had not only played a key role in the development of the Zambia, but was also good for fostering good relationships with neighbouring countries. The Minister said his government would not like to see TAZARA collapse as that would not help the nation in anyway, but would be detrimental to the development of Zambia. Hon. Mukanga said it was the wish of his government to ensure that the TAZARA line was connected and interlinked to many parts of the country in order to enable the railway line become viable within the country through local operations. He said it was the desire of the Patriotic Front government to ensure that TAZARA improved its operations and emphasised that it would be illogical for Zambia to let the railway firm collapse, pointing out that within the country itself there were a lot of logistical challenges which needed the services of TAZARA. He said it was for that reason that there were plans by the Zambian government to construct railway spurs to link TAZARA to Mpulungu from Nseluka and to Chipata from Mpika. Hon. Mukanga said that as construction and rehabilitation of the road infrastructure was going on, it was also necessary to work on the railway network because without functional railways, the roads would continue getting damaged. And the CCECC Vice President said he was particularly excited to have met the Minister and announced that he was aware that the Chinese government was ready and willing to reconstruct TAZARA.


www.maysenborowski.com.au [cached]

M&B facilitated the Zambian Minister for Mines & Energy, Honourable Yamfwa Mukanga to attend the 2012 Africa Down Under (ADU) conference and meet with a variety of Australian delegates interested in opportunities in Zambia.
Hon. Mukanga had a busy time in Perth, attending a number of high level meetings and public appearances to promote Zambia's mining industry. M&B were able to provide a number of Australian investors the opportunity to meet with Hon. Mukanga directly and discuss any queries or concerns they may have had regarding policy and regulations. On September 1st, M&B hosted the Zambian Investment Meeting at the Novotel in Perth City. The meeting brought together the Zambian Minister for Mines & Energy, Hon. Yamfwa Mukanga, the Australian Ambassador to Zimbabwe and High Commissioner to Malawi, Congo and Zambia, His Excellency Matthew Neuhaus and a number of leaders from Australia's mining and resources industry. The Gala Ball was attended by senior representatives from a number of African countries including Hon. Mukanga from Zambia. The Honourable Julie Bishop Federal Member for Curtin, Deputy Opposition Leader and Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs was also in attendance to present the APA awards and provide insight into her recent experiences in Zambia and Africa.


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