Gweru warns residents about street food vendors

In a statement yesterday, the council urged residents to buy white meat from registered suppliers.
By Stephen Chadenga Dec. 23, 2023

Sewer pipe bursts worry Byo councillors

According to the minutes on waste water treatment works, ward 10 councillor Khalazani Ndlovu said the city was recording increasing cases of sewer pipe bursts.
By Silas Nkala Dec. 8, 2023

Editor’s Memo: Cholera crisis calls for urgent action

Furthermore, the response to cholera outbreaks should extend beyond emergency measures to include long-term strategies for disease prevention.
By Faith Zaba Dec. 1, 2023

Cholera flashpoint on edge

Last week, Mafiro said he was worried that outbreaks were continuing with little action from authorities to prevent one of the most dangerous diseases.
By Sydney Kawadza Aug. 25, 2023

Feature: When living with sewage becomes normal

Children play hop and jump as they meticulously avoid a meandering stream of sewage which has become a common feature in most parts of Chitungwiza, Harare’s southerly dormitory town.
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 1, 2023

Borehole drilling: To regulate or not to regulate?

The industrial sector depends on water at a very large scale.
By Unique Zimuto Jan. 26, 2023

20 years of sewage nightmare for Luveve families... councillors propose relocation for long-suffering residents

She said the death of her dogs prompted her to approach a veterinary doctor who confirmed that the dogs had been infected with waste from the sewer at her house.
By Silas Nkala Dec. 28, 2022

Sewage spills into Beitbridge homes

Residents say Beitbridge municipality officials have not attended to the sewer bursts despite reports having been made.
By Rex Mphisa Nov. 22, 2022

Byo battles sewage pipe bursts

Council blames the incessant pipe bursts in the city on ageing water and sewage reticulation infrastructure.
By Silas Nkala Sep. 15, 2022