In Zimbabwe, rainfall cannot meet the water demand during the wheat growth period and supplementary irrigation is necessary to maintain wheat production.
Author: ivy chibanda
The Upper Manyame Sub-Catchment houses the capital city of Zimbabwe with competing water use sectors such as domestic, industrial, institutional and agricultural sectors.
The Upper Manyame Sub-Catchment Council (UMSCC) has completed a series of dam maintenance projects in its jurisdiction. The projects, which were carried out in partnership with local farmers, were aimed at ensuring water security through dam safety.
The Upper Manyame Sub-Catchment Council held an awareness campaign in Banana Grove on Thursday, 18 May 2023. The campaign was hosted at the Makaza homestead and was attended by Brigadier Svovanepasi, Board Member, Sabhuku Musasa, field officers, and A2 farmers.
Required by Upper Manyame Sub-Catchment Council. REQUIREMENTS Experience in water sector will be an added advantage. Interested persons to submit their CVs on or not later than 29 May 2023 at 2.30pm to:- The HR & Admin Manager, Upper Manyame Subcatchment Council, No. 9 Connaught Avenue, Newlands, Harare
The most undervalued resource on this earth is water, yet no living creature can survive without it. Unfortunately, a lot of activities being done are affecting natural processes. There has been a dysfunction of the water cycle which has harmed most global issues including, health, gender quality, industries, and peace. The Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) […]