Speaking with The Herald, Ms Marjorie Munyonga, corporate communications manager of the Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa) yesterday confirmed that the decline in water levels in the main dams now tended to decrease.
However, she persuaded the people that water was enough to be used at home and in agriculture.
Said to Munyon:
Despite this reduction, Zinwa wants to
Make sure that the water in the dams is enough to satisfy
national local and irrigation sector
requirements. After November 9, 2018, the national level dam was an average of 70 percent. Manyame Catchment is 86.1 percent followed by Mazowe Catchment 84.3 percent, Sanyati Catchment 76.3 percent, Save Catchment 73.3 percent Mzingwane 71.3 percent, Runde Catchment 62.8 percent, and Gwayi record the lowest average of 55, 4 percent.
Mr Abdul Nyathi, President of the Zimbabwe Farmers' Union, said yesterday that the situation of livestock in the southern parts is deteriorating, in particular
Beitbridge He also said that the outfits do not graze, and farmers also face difficulties in feeding their own