The Bulawayo city council has lifted water rationing in the city. This comes at a time when the city has been facing huge water problems. At the end of 2016 the city of Bulawayo faced a decrease in dam levels supplying Bulawayo with water. The city has been receiving high rainfalls which have filled most of the 6  dams supplying the city of Bulawayo with water.

In an announcement made at the council meeting his worship mayor of the city of Bulawayo Martin Moyo confirmed that the heavy rains have made it possible in the removal of the water rationing in the city. ” the dramatic rains that have been pouring in the city in the past weeks have led to us doing away with the water rationing”The public has been advised to conserve the water they are receiving and use it wisely.

The six dams supplying Bulawayo with water, Inyankuni, Umzingwane, upper and lower Ncema as well as Mtshabezi have been confirmed to be 56,94 %full.The metereological department has continued to forecast more rains across the country and this year has been predicted a good farming season across the country.

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