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    Filabusi women lament acute water scarcity

    Women from Filabusi in Matabeleland South have bemoaned the lack of water sources in their areas a situation which forces…

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    Water woes blight fire fighting services

    Bulawayo City Council (BCC) says water shedding is affecting firefighting efforts by the Fire and Rescue Services due to shortage…

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    Panicky Councillors lobby Govt for devolution funds to address water woes

    Panic-stricken Bulawayo Councillors have lobbied the government to advance them their allocation of next year`s devolution funds so that they…

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    Councillors go after owing govt entities

    Bulawayo Councillors have urged the local authority to pursue government entities and ministries which owe council millions in unpaid rates.…

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    Rains expected mid-November: MSD

    The Meteorological Service Department (MSD) says effective rains will be expected in mid- November in most parts of the country.…

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    Did Plumtree Town Council fail to provide water to residents due to financial challenges?

    Claim:  Plumtree Council Chairperson, councillor Fanisani Dube says the border town experienced three days without water supplies due to a…

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    Gwanda moves to end water woes

    Gwanda Municipality has channeled about ZWL$1.5 million in devolution funds to construct a five megalitre water reservoir as a means…

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    ‘Gwanda water woes ease’

    Gwanda Mayor Jastone Mazhale says water woes in the mining town have improved following their engagement with Zimbabwe Electricity Supply…

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    Provincial Councillors push for implementation of devolution

    Matabeleland provincial councillors have called on the government to expedite the amendment of the Constitution to allow for easier implementation…

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    BCC to recruit 300 workers

    Bulawayo City Council (BCC) is set to recruit 300 more workers to fill in vacant positions that have arisen within…

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