Bulawayo City Council (BCC)

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    No water in Bulawayo for 2 days

    BULAWAYO will be without water supply for 48 hours due to worsening power outages that is affecting the country. The water shedding is “prompted by continued power cuts,” which have left the city’s reservoirs unable to pump water, Christopher Dube, the town clerk said in an emailed statement on Friday. Only industry, mines and the city center will be exempt.…

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    Mangwana applauds Bulawayo state of roads, says Harare wasteful

    By Nompumelelo Sibanda BULAWAYO City Council has been lauded for doing more to fix its road network with meagre resources, while Harare has been lambasted as being “wasteful” when it comes to spending. Government spokesperson Nick Mangwana said of the funds given to local authorities by the Zimbabwe National Road Administration (ZINARA), Harare gets three times what is allocated to…

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    Bulawayo council workers back at work after 150% pay rise

    CITY of Bulawayo workers returned to work on Tuesday after calling off their week-long strike over poor pay. The strike had crippled council services with uncollected garbage piling up around the city. Burst water and sewer pipes were left unrepaired while burials were also affected with grave diggers taking part in the industrial action which began on January 13. Zimbabwe…

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