Dry Weekend for Harare

This is an announcement from Harare City Council; COMPLETE SHUTDOWN OF MORTON JAFFRAY WATER WORKS The City of Harare wishes to advise residents of a scheduled complete shutdown of Morton Jaffray Water Works, from 5pm pm Friday 6th May, to 10pm on Sunday 8 May, 2016. This is to allow for the installation of valves…

Dry Weekend for Harare and Surrounds

A source tells us that the City of Harare is completely shutting down Morton Jaffray Water Treatment Plant from Friday until Monday. Harare announces water shutdown this weekend. Stock up – if you have it now. @consumerizim @263Chat @hararenews pic.twitter.com/lrCKVxbJAn — Zim Media Review (@ZimMediaReview) January 28, 2016 Residents of Harare, Chitungwiza, Norton, Ruwa and Epworth are…

Harare, Chitungwiza Water Works Being Rehabilitated

From the Harare Residents’ Trust: There is evidence on the ground to support the work being done at the water works and sewerage treatment works in Chitungwiza and Harare. During a familiarisation tour of the water and sewerage projects, the resources that have been poured in Harare and Chitungwiza were evidently changing the water and…

Harare Turns Off The Taps

The City of Harare is turning off the taps on Friday and Saturday. For those who actually GET tap water in the first place, obviously. PRESS NOTICE ON THE COMPLETE SHUTDOWN OF MORTON JAFFRAY WATER TREATMENT PLANT Harare City Council hereby notifies its water customers that there will be a complete shutdown of the Morton…

Harare’s seven water treatment chemicals

I remember a time when, as kids, we played outside all day long, only coming inside for meals and when the day was done. When we got thirsty, it was a matter of simply opening a tap and drinking to your heart’s content. Some of us cupped our hands and splashed the cool water all over our faces and into our mouths at the same time, while others would cock their heads to one side and sip and slurp loudly.

How to Save Electricity in your Home

Due to ZESA and ZETDC’s monopoly, incompetence and continued intransigence, Zimbabweans are faced with both random blackouts and tariff increments.