Zimbabwe: 'Poisonous' Water Treatment Saga Deepens

A director with a local transport company together with a clearing agent have appeared in court following the delivery of a poisonous chemical to treat water in the country's capital.

  • Zimbabwe:  Cyanide Case Lands Another Boss in Court

    The Herald, 4 September 2012

    The director of LA Cargo that owns Pair Trade Investments and the firm's clearing agent have appeared in court over the delivery of sodium cyanide to Harare City's main waterworks. ... read more »

A child pushes a wheelbarrow with water.

  • Zimbabwe:  Poison Saga Deepens

    The Herald, 3 August 2012

    POLICE have arrested a manager with a local transport company over the delivery of toxic sodium cyanide to Harare's main waterworks last week. read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Poison Saga - AG Hints On Murder

    The Herald, 2 August 2012

    SUSPECTS found culpable in the delivery of toxic sodium cyanide to council for water treatment will be charged with conspiracy to commit murder, the Attorney-General's Office said ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Delivery of Wrong Water Treatment Chemical Politicised (press release)

    Movement for Democratic Change, 2 August 2012

    Events surrounding the delivery of a wrong water treatment chemical at Morton Jaffrey Water Treatment Works in Harare on 24 July 2012 have shown that residents of the city were ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Poisonous Chemical Delivered to Treat Water

    The Herald, 31 July 2012

    An alert truck driver sent to deliver 19 tonnes of poisonous sodium cyanide to Harare's main waterworks averted disaster last Wednesday when he raised alarm just when he was about ... read more »