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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Why paying for water is important

For years, making water users pay for the service they receive from water utilities such as ZINWA or urban local authorities has been a daunting task. Many water users to not believe in the need to pay for the resource despite the critical role water plays in the lives of…

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Water Conservation Tips in the home

Very often, water users find themselves burdened with huge water bills which they find very difficult to pay. Have you ever wondered how simple habits and practices contribute to the increase in a household’s water consumption? Equally, addressing some of these habits can lead to serious water conservation gains, which…

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Honourable Shiri – new minister for water

Chief Air Marshal Perrance Shiri

Retired Chief Air Marshal Perrance Shiri is now our new Minister following President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s Cabinet appointments last Friday. Minister Shiri will now oversee the administration of the Water Act and ZINWA Act as the minister of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement. He replaces Minister Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri who…

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ZINWA launches Pay, Update and Win Promotion

Pay, Update and Win Promotion - www.zinwa.co.zw

The Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) has embarked on an exercise to collect personal details for its clients as it moves to bring more convenience and customised services to its clients. This is in tandem with its thrust of customer orientation, customer focus and customer experience management. In an effort…

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Dema project nears completion.

Mtshabezi Dam

The installation of a 140 m3 tank in Dema to supply bulk water to beverages manufacturer, Delta Corporation is almost complete. The tank will also help improve storage capacity at the station which services the sprawling area. The contractors, James North have delivered the tank and are currently on site…

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