Bulawayo Water and Sewerage Services Improvement Project (BWSSIP)

  • NewsPhoto of Cowdray Park residents forced to pay for sewerage services

    Cowdray Park residents forced to pay for sewerage services

    Cowdray Park residents under the Hlalani Kuhle housing scheme are up in arms with the Bulawayo City Council (BCC) for…

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  • NewsPhoto of Govt to assist councils in rehabilitating sewer and water systems

    Govt to assist councils in rehabilitating sewer and water systems

    Minister of Local Government and Public Works, July Moyo has told Parliament that the government is ready to assist local…

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  • FactCheckZWPhoto of Is the Bulawayo City Council (BCC) spreading Coronavirus by implementing its water shedding schedule?

    Is the Bulawayo City Council (BCC) spreading Coronavirus by implementing its water shedding schedule?

    Verdict False CITE spoke to Bulawayo City Council Director of Health Services, Dr Edwin Sibanda who said the water shedding…

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  • NewsPhoto of Council to replace 500 old water meters

    Council to replace 500 old water meters

    The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) will, Thursday, roll out a programme to replace about 500 dysfunctional household water meters in…

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  • NewsPhoto of BCC concerned over vandalism of sewerage infrastructure

    BCC concerned over vandalism of sewerage infrastructure

    Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has expressed concern over the vandalism of sewerage infrastructure by people in peri-urban area in order…

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  • NewsPhoto of Council to replace old water pumps

    Council to replace old water pumps

    The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) is working on replacing dilapidated water pumps at its waterworks as part of efforts to…

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  • NewsPhoto of Residents fear malaria outbreak due to burst sewer pipes

    Residents fear malaria outbreak due to burst sewer pipes

    Residents in some parts of Bulawayo fear there maybe an outbreak of malaria, as a result of burst sewer pipes…

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  • NewsPhoto of Cowdray Park residents forced to use the bush as govt coffers dry up

    Cowdray Park residents forced to use the bush as govt coffers dry up

    Sixty percent of Garikai/Hlalani Kuhle residents in Cowdray Park rely on blair toilets while 40 percent practice open defecation due…

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  • NewsPhoto of Council calls for calm as water woes persist in Bulawayo

    Council calls for calm as water woes persist in Bulawayo

    The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has appealed for patience among residents as the city experiences water problems with residents enduring…

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