Dec. 18, 2019
Pembi Bridge in Mvurwi was widened and road approaches constructed on either side of the bridge to reduce traffic congestion
July 12, 2021Mutare Rural received ZWL $6 239 253 in 2020 and ZWL $8 200 000 in 2021
July 12, 2021Part of the ZWL $29 287 000.00 allocated to Bikita RDC this year for devolution projects is being used to complete work on 3 clinics. These include; Mupamaonde, Budzi and Chibvure. Security fence is also being erected at the clinics as work nears completion.
July 12, 2021District was allocated $190 989 900 since 2019. Funds disbursed amounts to $27,861,341 which accounts for the completed projects to date
July 12, 2021Schools benefitting under Devolution Funds in Zvimba
July 12, 2021A classroom block completed, -a toilet completed and -A borehole drilled at Hlalanikhuhle Primary Sch -Completion of water tank on top of the Gwanda high mountain
July 12, 2021The Local Board used #Devolution Funds to buy; -a refuse collection vehicle, -a grader and -drilled 4 boreholes which are solar powered in Runyararo,Damafalls and 2 in Zimre park.
July 12, 2021Epworth Local Board recieved ZW $28,561,359.00 as Devolution funds from 5/12/2018 upto date. They spent as follows; 1. bought a tractor 2.drilled 14 boreholes and 2 are solar powered 3. Built Munyuki vegetable market
July 12, 2021
The District has a total of 12 projects being funded using devolution funds. 5/12 projects have been completed.
July 12, 2021The District received ZWL 44 134 000 from 2019 to date. 7/ 22 of its projects are 100% complete. The majority of the projects which are clinics , are between 50 and 95% complete.
July 7, 2021Upgrading of water and sanitation facilities at the Flea Market by the Lupane Local Board is 97% complete and is expected to meet the scheduled date. Upgrading of 3.6 km of sewer Trunk Mains in Chegutu is at 92% completion. The Ruwa Local Board installed 3 Solar Powered boreholes. The rehabilitation of the Munyuko Vegetable Market stalls in Epworth is at 95% and will be completed within the current 100-day cycle
Dec. 11, 2019
The Tsholotsho Disaster Recovery Project in Tshiro/Sawudweni, Matabeleland North Province, is now complete, with five houses having been constructed. The project targets to rehabilitate communities affected by cyclone-induced floods in the 2016-2017 rainy season.
Dec. 11, 2019
The Kamutsenzere piped water scheme being undertaken to increase access to safe water under Pfura Rural District Council in Mt Darwin, Mashonaland Central Province, is complete and 2 765 people will benefit from the project.
Dec. 11, 2019
The Magamba Extension Water Reticulation project targeting to connect a total of 1 181 properties to water supply in Rusape Town, Manicaland Province, is at 95 percent completion.
Dec. 11, 2019
Upgrading of the Mabhula Sewer Treatment Plant in Zvishavane Town, Midlands, which will improve sewer treatment capacity in the town, is at 80 percent completion.
Nov. 27, 2019
Cabinet has directed Treasury to release US$9,3 million for urgent works at Manyame and Warren Control Pump stations that should be completed in two months to alleviate potable water shortages in Harare and its surrounding towns.
This will enable the City of Harare to migrate from drawing water from the highly polluted Lake Chivero to Lake Manyame.
Sept. 20, 2019
Finance and Economic Development minister Mthuli Ncube has released $37,4 million to the City of Harare in an effort to address the water challenges which has seen residents going for days without the precious liquid. Ncube said part of the funds will be in foreign currency and will work towards improving water access and waste water treatment in the short-term. “The City of Harare is facing a number of challenges which have resulted in failure to resolve the water and sanitation under-provision within the city. This has contributed to the decline in health status of residents,” he said.
July 20, 2019
Government has appointed an advisory board for Harare which will assist with ideas on voluntary basis, in a move expected to improve service delivery and instil confidence among residents. The 19-member board would advise on various issues, including water and sanitation, as well as infrastructural development in the capital.