Bulawayo City Council (BCC)

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    Council still keen on turning cemeteries into solar farms

    The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has implored residents to reconsider its ambitious proposal to turn some of the city cemeteries…

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    83% of Bulawayo residents are ‘poor’: Council

    Over eighty percent of Bulawayo residents are considered to be poor, surviving on less than ZWL$500 per month, the Bulawayo…

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    Councillors fret over ‘unfair distribution’ of resources

    Bulawayo councilors have alleged that there is an unfair distribution of resources by council management thereby stalling service delivery in…

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    BCC receives funds to rehabiltate sewer and water system

    The Ministry of Local Governance and Public Works and National Housing has availed ZWL$18.2 million dollars to the Bulawayo City…

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    Byo celebrates centenarians

    The Bulawayo City Council (BCC), Tuesday, hosted senior residents aged 100 and above to honour them for their contribution to…

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    Byo residents fret over imposed council rates

    Stakeholders in Bulawayo have accused the local authority of being autocratic after it announced its proposed 2019 second supplementary budget…

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    BCC to set up drug rehabilitation centre in Mpopoma

    Plans to construct a drug rehabilitation centre in Mpopoma by the Bulawayo City Council (BCC) are at an advanced stage.…

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    Bulawayo water disconnections to continue in earnest

    Bulawayo City Council will this weekend continue to disconnect water supplies in some parts of the city to force defaulting…

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    BCC cautions bottle stores

    …they are licensed to sell, not allow customers to drink inside By Lubalethu Ndlovu Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has threatened…

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    Kambarami’s lawyers say he must stay put in office

    Lawyers of the embattled Bulawayo Deputy Mayor, Tinashe Kambarami, wrote to the city council’s attorneys saying it cannot prohibit their…

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