Bulawayo City Council

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    Fact Check: Is borehole water safe for drinking?

    Ward 1 Councillor Mlandu Ncube recently claimed that there were plans by Members of Parliament from the Bulawayo Metropolitan Province…

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    ‘Council has not increased consultation fees’

    By Lubalethu Ndlovu The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has refuted reports that it has reviewed upwards consultation fees at its…

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    ‘Residents dumping tv sets, furniture into sewer system’

    The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) says they are constantly retrieving items such as television sets and broken down furniture inside…

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    Council moots ‘banning’ tombstones

    Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has urged residents to consider cremation as the city is fast running out of burial space.…

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    FACT-CHECK: BCC suspends water-shedding schedule

    The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) Town Clerk Christopher Dube on July 28 announced the suspension of the water-shedding program. The…

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    We are not pushing a tribal agenda: Chamisa

    MDC President Nelson Chamisa says the recent debacle between some Bulawayo councillors and the Town Clerk Christopher Dube was a…

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    Chamisa warns ‘corrupt’ Byo councillors

    MDC leader Nelson Chamisa says his party is ready to wield the axe on errant councillors who are found to…

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    ‘Vegetables watered with sewer water affect children`s intellectual capacity’

    Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has warned residents that vegetables watered using sewer water pose a threat to the intellectual capacity…

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    Be wary of commissions, Byo residents warned

    Former Bulawayo councillors and residents’ associations from Gweru and Harare have warned Bulawayo residents calling for the expulsion of councillors…

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    Commission not a solution for Bulawayo: Analysts

    Calling for a commission to run Bulawayo would not solve the challenges that have seized the city council, instead other…

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