Zimbabwe's Capital Runs Dry

Morton Jaffray, the capital city's biggest water treatment plant has reportedly shut down.

Photo: Capital FM

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  • Zimbabwe:   Harare's Complete Shutdown - The Health Risks

    The Herald, 6 September 2016

    Women and children patiently wait for their turn to fetch borehole water outside an Anglican Church in Harare's high density suburb of Warren Park 1.It is a Saturday morning and… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Let Us Conserve Water This Hot Season

    The Herald, 26 August 2016

    Once again the hot season is upon us. The season is characterised by a spur in the demand for water as the heat requires that plants are irrigated more frequently than during the… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Water Rationing Looms Countrywide

    Financial Gazette, 25 August 2016

    A COMBINATION of drought, ageing infrastructure, pollution and a ballooning population have conspired to make it almost impossible for the country to access adequate water supplies… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Water Tank Solution for Water Shortage

    The Herald, 20 July 2016

    Water woes that have plagued Harare and other parts of Zimbabwe have forced residents to learn to be more conservative with their water management. Others have had to invest in… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   City Admits Water Supply Nightmare

    The Herald, 24 August 2016

    City Council has admitted it is having a nightmare in meeting the demand for water by residents amid revelations that Prince Edward Dam is virtually empty and even if Morton… Read more »

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