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BancABC to offer BCC $13m loan

BancABC to offer BCC $13m loan

Regional banking giant BancABC has offered Bulawayo City Council a  $13 million loan for the rehabilitation of the city’s sewer reticulation infrastructure. The council intends to use part of the funds to fix broken down sewer pipes in Nkulumane and Sauerstown suburbs. BCC applied for ... Read More »

Bulawayo road network in deplorable state

Bulawayo road network in deplorable state

Only 351 kilometres of Bulawayo’s road network stretching over 2000 kilometres is in good condition, a senior council official revealed. Speaking at an all stakeholders budget consultative meeting held at the Small City Hall on Thursday, Director of Engineering Services, Engineer Simela Dube told stakeholders ... Read More »

Byo businesses failing to pay rates

Byo businesses failing to pay rates

BULAWAYO companies are struggling to pay council rates, to the extent that some of them have asked the local authority to write off their arrears, as they reel under the economic pinch. This came out a full council meeting yesterday  with councillors indicating that it ... Read More »

Council refurbishes water, sewer treatment facilities

Council refurbishes water, sewer treatment facilities

The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) in partnership with the Department for International Development (DFID) and World Vision Friday commissioned the refurbished water and sewer treatment plants at Criterion Water Works and Magwegwe Ponds. The project will result in the improvement of water quality and increase ... Read More »

Council dismisses water cuts hoax messages

Council dismisses water cuts hoax messages

The Bulawayo City Council has dismissed as untrue, messages circulating on social networking platforms, informing residents that the local authority will terminate water supplies to the whole city from Friday to Monday. Radio Dialogue was Thursday morning inundated with enquiries from worried residents who had ... Read More »

Solar street lights, LED street name signs for Byo

Solar street lights, LED street name signs for Byo

The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has agreed to partner with a South African company to instal solar powered street lights and LED street name signs in the central business district, a move set to reduce the local authority’s reliance on electricity. According to the latest ... Read More »

Telecel illegally erects base stations in Byo

Telecel illegally erects base stations in Byo

MOBILE network operator, Telecel Zimbabwe, illegally erected base stations in Bulawayo without the approval of the local authority, council has said. In an report contained in the latest council minutes, the Director of Engineering Services, Engineer Simela Dube noted that the telecommunications firm, had about ... Read More »

You are not King, Mayor told

You are not King, Mayor told

A Bulawayo City Council councillor Nephat Sibanda on Wednesday warned fellow city fathers to refrain from addressing the City Mayor as king. During the full council meeting, Sibanda was annoyed by the constant referral of Mayor, Councillor Martin Moyo as king in Ndebele by certain ... Read More »

Byo city council to go ahead with pre-paid water meters

Byo city council to go ahead with pre-paid water meters

Bulawayo City Council will carry on with its proposed trial run of pre-paid water meters in Cowdray Park despite high criticism of the pilot project by residents. The residents Friday took to the streets and demonstrated against the local authority’s proposal to instal of pre-paid ... Read More »

Residents demonstrate against pre-paid water meters

Residents demonstrate against pre-paid water meters

COWDRAY PARK residents Friday demonstrated against the Bulawayo City Council’s proposal to instal of pre-paid water meters in the suburb and criticised the local authority for wanting to violate their basic human rights. The demonstration was attended by more than 200 hundred people made up ... Read More »