BCC secures investors for power generation
Town clerk Christopher Dube revealed this during a stakeholders’ meeting at Bulawayo City Hall last Friday.
By ZANELE NDLOVU 4h ago
Harare cancels US$465K biogas contract
Acting town clerk Phakamile Mabhena-Moyo said they cancelled the contract because the contractor failed to meet set timelines.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Mar. 28, 2023
Call for disability-friendly classrooms
Moyo, who was voted into council on a CCC ticket during the March 2023 by-elections, said this during a community indaba which discussed disability issues over the weekend.
By ZANELE NDLOVU Mar. 28, 2023
Mutare spruces up roads
Mayor Simon Chabuka said delays in road rehabilitation in the city were caused by heavy rains and late disbursement of funds by the Zinara.
By CLAYTON MASEKESA Mar. 28, 2023
Katsimberis trial set for April 19
Katsimberis, who is now being represented by Tinotenda Chinyoka after dumping his previous lawyers, has had his trial postponed on several occasions at his request.
By Desmond Chingarande Mar. 27, 2023
‘We’re fed up with water crisis’
The Bulawayo City Council on Wednesday blamed rolling poweroutages for disrupting pumping at its water works, which it says has worsened the water crisis in the city.
By EMMANUEL MPOFU Mar. 25, 2023
BCC should consider partnerships in water supply
In the meantime, we understand that the Bulawayo City Council (BCC) is struggling to supply enough water to residents from its present supply sources because of electricity outages.
By Newsday Mar. 24, 2023
Amputee football team wants own stadia
The need for amputee football grounds that can host national and international matches is now more sensitive for the club than never before.
By Michael Kariati Mar. 23, 2023
Power cuts constrain BCC water pumping
We pump water eight to 10 hours per day, instead 24 hours and this has resulted in the city not having enough to meet the current water demand,” Bulawayo Town Clerk, Christopher Dube said.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Mar. 23, 2023