There is a sharp increase in the Kariba Dam level which currently stands at 83 percent, Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) confirmed the statistics.
“Due to the current wet spell the national dam level average has risen to 83 percent, the improved dam levels translate to improved water security for urban water supply for domestic and industrial use and irrigation.
Most of our dams serve primarily two purposes that is urban water supply and irrigation purposes. This means our dams will carry urban councils to the next rain season while we now have sufficient water irrigation”, ZlNWA spokesperson Tsungirirai Shoriwa said.
Significant inflows and increases have also been recorded in dams such as Mazowe 44 percent, Tugwi Mukosi 91.4 percent and Mutirikwi at 94 percent.
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Zambia must use its alliances in the West to support the lifting of sanctions on Zimbabwe and allow the country to develop without inhibitions, the former Zambian Provincial Minister for Lusaka Province and Provincial Minister for the Copperbelt Province, Mr Bowman Lusambo, has said.
He made an impassioned plea to President Hakainde Hichilema, who has joined regional calls for sanctions on Zimbabwe to end, to leverage on his close relations with the West to urge them to end illegal measures on Zimbabwe. Learn More