The project will involve the construction of water pipeline from Zambezi River to Mtshabezi Dam. Feasibility studies are still to be done hence the true cost of the project are yet to be ascertained. This is an ambitious project in Matabeleland North Province in Zimbabwe.
The project involves the construction of Muda-Nyatsime Dams, conveyancing and treatment works. The project cost has not yet been established and it is anticipated that the true costs will be established through feasibility studies. The project will be funded through Public Private Partnership initiatives.
The project involves the construction of Kunzwi-Musami Dams, conveyancing and treatment works. The dam site is 67 kilometres north east of the capital, near Juru Growth Point on the Nyanguvi River. The dam will have the capacity to deliver 158.4million cubic meters of water daily.
NRZ plays a pivotal role in economic growth and supports productive sectors by providing relatively cheaper means of transporting bulk goods. Up to 1999 NRZ was performing this role reasonably well until performance started to decline sharply in 2000.
In a bid to enhance revenue collection from electricity sales, ZETDC resolved to migrate from the post-paid system to prepaid and smart metering systems. The project entailed installing 800 000 prepaid metres throughout the country
This is an expansion to the existing Hydro-Electric energy plant by ZPC and is expected to cost US508 million. The EPC contractor is Sino Hydro and the expansion exercise will see two generating units being constructed with the capacity to generate 300 MW of power.
The Osborne Dam Mini-Hydro project will generate 2.5 MW of power and the project site is approximately 35km from Mutare. The expected project cost is US$6.7 million.The project will generate 16 644 MWh of electricity annually.
This involves the construction of 30MW solar plant located in Manicaland province. The project is expected to be completed within 36 months and Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) is the promoter of the project.
The 971km project toll involves the dualisation, upgrading and tolling of the highway. The road will be divided into three sections namely; Beitbridge – Harare: 570km, Harare – Chirundu: 342km and Harare Ring Road: 59km.
Disclaimer: The costs under all projects are "Estimated Costs"