1. Kenneth Kaunda International Airport: $360 million (2014)
2. Poverty reduction projects: $13.5 Billion (2012)
3. Poverty reduction programmes: $6.7 billion (2011) 
4. 750MW Kafue Gorge Lower Power Plant: $1.7 billion (2015)
5. 360MW Kariba North Bank Power Plant Expansion: $430 million (2014)
6. Lusaka L400 roads: $300 million (2013)


7. Copperbelt International Airport (Ndola): $400 million (2017)
8. Lusaka de-congestion: $286 million (2017)
9. Communication towers: $280 million (2017)
10. Copperbelt C400 roads: $418 million (2015)


11. Chipata-Serenje railway line: $2.3 billion (2017)
12. Mongu-Kalabo Road: $287 million (2011)
13. 2,000 Military Houses: $157 million (2017)
14. Mansa-Luwingu road: $242 million (2012)
15. Water and sanitation programme: $135 million (2016)
16. Mbala-Nakonde Road: $180 million (2011)

 


17. Lusaka sanitation project: $130 million (2015)
18. Kafubu water and sanitation project: $104 million (2014)
19. National Heroes Stadium: $94 million (2011)
20. Levy Mwanawasa Hospital Expansion: $90 million (2015)
21. Kafulafuta Dam water project: $449 million (2017)
22. Housing project for security wings: $275 million (2015)
23. International Development Assistance programme: $600 million (2017)
24. Rural roads project (World Bank): $200 million (2017)


25. Environmental Remediation and Agribusiness Development: $106 million (2016)
26. Miscellaneous small loans: $300 million (estimate)
27. Debt position of previous government up to 2011: $3.5 billion
TOTAL: $33.5 billion

ANNUAL EXTERNAL DEBT SERVICING
2011: $229.6 million
2012: $230.1 million
2013: $325.9 million
2014: $396.0 million
2015: $507.3 million
2016: $660.0 million (estimate)
2017: $800.0 million (estimate)
TOTAL

Sources Dr Nerves Mumba.

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  1. Loans could be more than those listed because usually loans from China are never usually mentioned in public. Those listed above are the ones from recognized lending institutions but those from China are known only by States concerned as International corporate loans to friendly countries. If all added one will find them hugely frightening. The country is probably already auctioned and in future foreign countries will demand to take over management of almost everything in existence now, from roads and houses to Airports. This will be done to recover the borrowed money. Don’t be surprised for a foreign country to demand management of say Luangwa National Park for a period covering 30 years which means locals will be made to pay colossal amount to watch game in it. Ask a question why a Chinese company should come to manage markets and make Zambians pay in Dollars is that investment.

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