ZAMBIA Consumer Association (ZACA) Executive Secretary Juba Sakala says government should build more markets before it can think about introducing a law to punish those who sell and buy from the streets. Vice-President Mutale Nalumango recently said the country needed a law aimed at punishing those who bought and sold from the streets instead of designated markets. But in an interview, Sakala said the country had enough existing laws to deal with street vending. “At some point, it could be necessary but let’s look at the situation we are in now, do we have enough markets? That’s the question. So, before we introduce that law, let’s try to put in place infrastructure for those people in the streets to fit…...

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