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  • Agriculture

    Zimbabwe dam levels rise to 67% full

    ZIMBABWE National Water Authority (ZINWA) corporate communications and marketing officer Mr Tsungirirai Shoriwa said the national dam levels have increased to 67 percent from around 40 percent in October at the onset of the rainy season. “The improvements in the dam levels point to better raw water security for the country’s urban areas and improved water security for the 2021…

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    More rains expected from this Tuesday

    THE Metrological Services Department (MSD) says more rains are expected in various places countrywide, with areas like Plumtree and Gokwe having already started receiving the rains from Botswana this Sunday. MSD says the rainfall situation continues to improve throughout the country with more areas such as Binga (55 mm), Sanyathi and Plumtree (45 mm), Chinhoyi (40 mm), Chikomba and Beitbridge…

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    Heavy, violent rains expected until Thursday

    ZIMBABWE is expected to receive heavy rains with lightning, strong winds and hails from Sunday to Thursday.  The Meteorological Services Department warned of flash floods in some areas. “From Sunday 29 November, scattered thunderstorms are expected across the country with heavy rainfall (in excess of 30 mm; 24 hours) in some places,” the MSD said in a statement. The storms…

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