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    Zinwa cuts Mpandawana water supplies

    • Connection fees reduced from $30 to $10


    – Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa) is conducting repairs on the water supply system to Mpandawana Growth Point, a project that will see pumping capacity increasing from the current 100 cubic metres to 230 cubic metres per hour.
    The project started on September 8 and is expected to be complete by end of this month.
    Zinwa Corporate Communications and Marketing Manager Marjorie Munyonga confirmed the development and said that during the exercise water supplies will be limited to Mpandawana residents.
    Part of the works will include major rehabilitation and maintenance of water treatment plant's filters, plate settlers and sedimentation tanks.
    The main aim of the repairs is to increase Zinwa's water production capacity from the current 100 cubic metre per hour to 230 cubic metres per hour.
     "During the maintenance and rehabilitation exercise, water supplies to residents will be very limited and the authority appeals to residents and other water users to use water very sparingly during the three week period," said Munyonga.
    However, Zinwa also informed residents that it has reduced the reconnection fees from $30 to $10 for those clients whose supplies were disconnected for nonpayment and want their supplies to be resumed.
    Zinwa urged consumers to take advantage of the reduction in connection fees to have their supplies reconnected and those clients who cannot settle their outstanding bills at once to approach their respective Zinwa Catchment offices where they can enter into payment plans.
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