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Invitation For Financing, Supply, Installation, Testing and Commissioning of Prepaid Water Management System For ZINWA.

ZINWA tenders

ZIMBABWE NATIONAL WATER AUTHORITY (ZINWA) Tenders are invited from established contractors who are registered with the Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (PRAZ) and have done a similar job in recent years to bid for International Competitive bids. Tender Number Description Closing Date ZINWA/GOO/2020/14   Financing, Supply, Installation, Testing and Commissioning…

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Change of address – Save Catchment

Save Catchment on the move - www.zinwa.co.zw

The Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) wishes to advise its valued clients and stakeholders that the ZINWA Save Catchment Offices shall be moving to Number 7, Park Road, Mutare, from Ground Floor Pallas House, 4th Street, Mutare with effect from January 1, 2019. The Offices’ telephone numbers (020) 609 26,…

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Dam levels continue on a downward trend

ZIMBABWE NATIONAL WATER AUTHORITY PRESS STATEMENT DAM LEVELS UPDATE NOVEMBER 17, 2020 Water levels in the country’s dams remain depressed and continue on a downward trend. The decline is consistent with the high temperatures that are being experienced in most parts of the country and stoppage in river flows. Continued…

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Update on the Bulawayo emergency water project

ZIMBABWE NATIONAL WATER AUTHORITY STATEMENT UPDATE ON THE BULAWAYO WATER EMERGENCY WORKS IN August, Treasury availed ZWL 205 million to help improve the water situation in Bulawayo with part of the funds earmarked for the emergency drilling, rehabilitation and equipping of boreholes at Epping Forest. Following the release of the…

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Dete water situation set to improve

The water supply situation in Dete, Hwange, is set to improve following the procurement of materials needed for bringing on board additional boreholes to augment the ones currently in use. With a growing population and located in the heart of Hwange National Park, Dete has for long faced perennial water…

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Operators-in-charge undergo training

TWENTY-ONE operators-in-charge drawn from major stations across ZINWA’s service centres last week underwent a two-day training workshop at the newly established Tugwi-Mukosi Training Centre. The group became the first to undergo training at this new facility which ZINWA has established at the country’s largest inland water body. The operators received…

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Dam levels recede

DAM LEVELS UPDATE SEPTEMBER 11, 2020 Water levels in the country’s dams remain on a declining trajectory. Winter cropping irrigation activities across the country; coupled with water draw downs by local authorities and other users also explain the dropping water levels. The rising temperatures have also triggered the demand for…

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Statement on the state of major dams

Tugwi Mukosi Dam - www.zinwa.co.zw

ZIMBABWE NATIONAL WATER AUTHORITY PRESS STATEMENT DAM LEVELS UPDATE JULY 16, 2020 Water levels in the country’s dams remain on a downward trend as winter cropping reaches its peak and as some major rivers have stopped flowing. The national dam level average has dropped to below 50% being at 46,…

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