Bulawayo City Council

  • Byo residents fret over plans to demolish iconic Byo Towers

    Bulawayo residents have reacted angrily to reports that the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) was planning to demolish the iconic…

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    Residents fret over noisy bars

    Ward 17 residents in Bulawayo have raised concern at the noise pollution emanating from sports bars and other entertainment venues…

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    BCC is still keen on waste to energy plant

    By Senzeni Ncube The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) says plans are afoot to set up a US$150 million solid to…

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    BCC to introduce solid waste management in school curriculum

    BY SENZENI NCUBE The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has come up with plans to include solid waste management in the…

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    BCC mulls introducing property insurance

    The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) is considering introducing property insurance with residents expected to contribute a certain amount monthly towards…

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    Councillors fret over implementation of BWSSIP

    Bulawayo councillors have expressed concern at the slow progress in implementing the Bulawayo Water and Sewerage and Services Improvement Project…

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    Byo people do not support own artists: Minister

    Minister of State for Bulawayo Judith Ncube has said that the arts industry in the city is in a deep…

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    BCC to install pre-paid water meters

    The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has passed a resolution that will see the local authority installing pre-paid water meters as…

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    More water woes for Byo residents

    Bulawayo residents are likely to face more water challenges as the local authority has indicated that it has no capacity…

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    BCC allocates offices to councillors

    The City of Bulawayo has moved quickly to provide city fathers with offices to conduct their business in their respective…

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