Bulawayo residents will be without water for 4 days, the Bulawayo City Council has announced.
Part of the statement reads as follows:
The city of Bulawayo is currently implementing the Bulawayo Water and Sewerage Services Improvement Project (BWSSIP) being supported by the African Development Bank whose objective is to improve municipal water supply and sanitation services contribution to the improvement of the health and social wellbeing of the population of Bulawayo.
… These works will result in water supplies interruption outside the 48-hour water shedding schedule to 96 hours citywide.
This is to allow for the installation of inlet gate valves, main distribution board, backwash pump and fittings among other major works.
This will commence on Tuesday the 2nd of July 2019 to Saturday, 6th July 2019. Efforts will be made to have these works done within the scheduled period.
… Bulawayo City Council wishes to apologise to its valued consumers for the inconvenience likely to be caused.
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