Bulawayo City Council (BCC)

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    ‘$1 per household for refuse collection’

    BY DOUGLAS NCUBE Bulawayo youths have suggested that residents should pay ZWL$1 per household to contribute towards acquiring fuel for refuse…

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    BCC to decommission Umzingwane Dam

    …city to now rely on four dams The City of Bulawayo is set to decommission one of its supply dams,…

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    Cowdray Park deserves the devolution funds: residents

    Residents in Cowdray Park said the ward is justified to receive more money set aside for devolution, insisting that the…

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    Big Flush: Council begs residents to participate

    Ward 17 Councillor, Sikhululekile Moyo has urged residents to heed the call by the Bulawayo City Council (BCC) to participate…

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    Councillors call for strict policies to monitor development projects

    Bulawayo Councillors say there is a need for the local authority to come up with strict timelines and guidelines for…

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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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    Byo water crisis: Residents must monitor water use

    The Monitoring, Consumption and Compliance Cluster of the Bulawayo City Council water crisis main committee has suggested various measures which…

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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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    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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