Suburbs in the capital will go without water as a key water treatment plant will be closed for maintenance, and then a water rationing system which will see some suburbs getting water three days a week will be introduced.
Water Rationing, Dry Weekend for Harare
The Herald, 3 January 2019
The Harare City Council is set to introduce a water rationing system which will see some suburbs getting water three days in a week following this season's low rainfall. This… Read more »
Bulawayo Mulls Introduction of Water Limiters
New Zimbabwe, 3 January 2019
THE Bulawayo City Council (BCC) is mulling over the introduction water flow limiters as part of its strategies to manage the use of the natural resource. Read more »
Statement On City of Harare Plans to Implement Water Rationing
Kubatana.net, 2 January 2019
City of Harare is planning to launch water rationing in the coming week as a response to the current water crisis in Harare. Read more »
A tap of running water.
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Morton Jaffray, the capital city's biggest water treatment plant has reportedly shut down. Read more »
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