River basins in Zimbabwe are undergoing tremendous changes arising from various land uses that are competing for space and are often conflicting. Basins that host the major urban settlements are particularly at risk from a wide range of land uses such as urban agriculture, residential, industrial and road construction that exist, while other developments are being proposed.
Renewable energy is critical in the advancement of economic development, through improving energy security and access, and mitigating climate change.
Baobab – Kariba stands now selling
Elizabeth Park - Ruwa Stands now selling
From the intersection of Harare Drive and Second Street Extension proceed along Harare Drive and to the left side after the Manzil residential area there is an open space which is the Sumben project location.
The structure is a single storey building, with 24 rooms consisting of a reception area, 2 service areas, 1 storage room, 1 dark room and 19 offices.
The project is being implemented in line with the government mandate of providing housing for all. To help reduce the current housing backlog.
Functional irrigation system to irrigate 97 hectares of land.
The project scope entails the construction of a rockfill dam, covering a catchment area of 4500km2 and a full supply capacity of 260 000ML.
Project Promoter: Government of Zimbabwe
Progress to date is at 94% for Bridge construction. Abutments and suspended slabs completed, parapet walls construction in progress. 4% completion for bridge approaches. Gravel stock piling in progress. Completion of the approaches is expected by end of April 2019.