Public Notice; Beitbridge Water Situation

ZIMBABWE NATIONAL WATER AUTHORITY PUBLIC NOTICE BEITBRIDGE WATER SITUATION The Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) wishes to advise stakeholders that the electricity transformer at the Beitbridge Water Treatment Plant is down and consequently no water production is taking place. Reservoirs were at 50% of their full capacity when the transformer…

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Statement on the water situation in Beitbridge

PRESS STATEMENT FEBRUARY 27, 2021 The Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA)’s attention has been drawn to an article carried by an online paper going by the name Beitbridge Eye regarding the water situation in Beitbridge. The article places the blame for the water shortages in the border town on ZINWA…

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Dam levels update: December 14, 2020

Water levels in a number of the country’s major dams continued on an upward trend following the rainfall activity that is currently being experienced in various parts of the country. As of December 14, 2020, the national dam level average stood at 43, 5% marking a 6, 99 % improvement…

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Dam levels start improving

DAM LEVELS UPDATE DECEMBER 08 2020 Water levels in a number of the country’s major dams have started picking following the rainfall activity that is currently being experienced in various parts of the country. As of December 7, 2020, the national dam level average stood at 36, 5% marking a…

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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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