Harare City Council Embarks On Strict Water Rationing

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Sat, 09 Mar 2019 17:16:07 GMT
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Harare City Council Embarks On Strict Water Rationing

Harare City Council has embarked on a strict water-shedding programme.

The City Council announced that most suburbs will get water supplies twice a week with the exception of Mbare, Highfields, Sunningdale, Mufakose, Graniteside and Willowvale, who will have water daily.

Industrial areas, the Central Business District, and Southerton will also get water daily.

A Council statement released earlier this week said:

Harare has introduced a water demand management system in light of the current acute water shortage. The idea is to ensure that at least every connected house gets water twice a week.

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The water rationing programme has been necessitated by the fall in water levels in the city’s supply dams.


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