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    All Harare suburbs won’t have council water this weekend

    ALL suburbs in Harare will have dry taps this weekend as the local authority has completely shut down its main water treatment plant, Morton Jaffray, to install a new pump and carry out routine maintenance. The council has been shutting down the water treatment plant over the past years for various reasons, including routine maintenance, but that has failed to…

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    President Mnangagwa allocates US$9,3 million for Harare water treatment

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has ordered an urgent allocation of US$9,3 million to the Harare City Council water treatment plant, Morton Jaffray, after the facility shut down last week due to shortage of treatment chemicals. The US$9,3 million is expected to go towards equipment and chemicals for the waterworks which was shut down last month due to lack of chemicals, particularly…

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    City council to shutdown main water treatment plant

    (Bloomberg) — Zimbabwean authorities will shut the main water-treatment plant in the capital, Harare, because of a shortage of chemicals, the city council said. The Morton Jaffray Waterworks will produce a reduced outflow until 6 p.m. on Thursday, when output will be halted for a further 16 hours, the City of Harare said in a statement. The facility is awaiting…

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