A health hazard looms in the central Zimbabwean city of Gweru as Gwenhoro dam, its main source of water, is left with just six weeks' supply. Although Gweru is one of the cleanest cities in the country, it has not been spared by diseases such as typhoid and cholera that hit Zimbabwe in 2018.
Gweru Left With Six Weeks Water Supply
The Herald, 26 July 2019
A water crisis looms in Gweru, amid indications that its main source of potable water, Gwenoro Dam, is left with six weeks' supply. Read more »
Gweru Will Not Run Dry, Mayor Assures Residents
The Herald, 22 July 2019
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Harare Seeks Govt Help As Water Situation Worsens
New Zimbabwe, 24 July 2019
The Harare City Council has called on government to speed up the construction of Kunzvi and Musami Dams which authorities hope could solve the city's worsening water problems. Read more »
Several patients suffering from diarrhoea in Harare's Glen suburb, have tested positive for typhoid, a local non-governmental organisation has revealed. Rights groups have warned ... Read more »
The death toll from the cholera outbreak in the Harare's high-density suburbs of Glen View and Budiriro has risen to 16, with authorities tracing the source of the disease to a ... Read more »
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