JUST IN: Council Shuts Down Morton Jaffray Waterworks

Harare City Council has shut down its water treatment plant, Morton Jaffray waterworks, due to incapacitation.

The move was announced by Acting Mayor, Councillor Enock Mupamawonde, on Monday morning.

On Sunday, Harare City Council announced that closure of Morton Jaffray was imminent as Council had run out of water treatment chemicals. The statement read:

DEAR RESIDENTS
Harare City Council has run out of key water treatment chemicals and is at the moment stretching the little available amounts to treat limited supplies of water.

If no urgent bailout is given between today and Tuesday, management will be forced to shut down Morton Jaffray Water Treatment Plant.

Council is buying foreign currency on the runaway interbank exchange market against a stagnant and inflexible budget.

More: ZBC News

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2 comments on “JUST IN: Council Shuts Down Morton Jaffray Waterworks

  1. The mind boggles! How on earth can this happen. The whole country is being run by incompetent people. The whole country. If jobs are the boys and girls in the know only lessons have not being learned thus far. YOU CAN NOT RUN ANYTHING ON EMPTY. Please comrades wake up to reality for once in your crooked lives.

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