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Byo wards to get clear budget allocations: BPRA

This follows indications by council that its 2023 budget will include ward-specific allocations.
By Zanele Ndlovu May. 26, 2023

BCC, residents share bill on servicing stands

Bulawayo Progressive Residents Association (BPRA) chairperson Ambrose Sibindi said the agreement was mutual.
By Zanele Ndlovu May. 21, 2023

Byo lawyer rejects CCC nomination

In a statement allegedly from him which circulated on social media, he said he did not want to be a politician now or in the future.
By Mpumelelo Moyo May. 12, 2023

‘ZITF brought good business to Byo’

Bulawayo Progressive Residents Association chairperson Ambrose Sibindi told Southern Eye that ZITF brought a lot of business to the city as some businesses were clocking late hours during the week.
By Nizbert Moyo May. 2, 2023

BCC urged to stop hiring ‘untested’ private contractors

In reponse, deputy mayor Mlandu Ncube said as council, they also wish to stop using private contractors, but lack of resources precludes them from doing so.
By Zanele Ndlovu Mar. 10, 2023

Health hazard looms as Byo suburbs go for 3 weeks without water

The notice said water would be supplied to high-lying areas for four hours, and three hours for other areas.
By Rex Mphisa Mar. 9, 2023

‘Slash senior citizens’ bills by 50%’

Council’s finance and development committee chairperson, Tawanda Ruzive said allowing the elders to pay half bills would cripple council operations.
By Zanele Ndlovu Mar. 8, 2023

‘BCC’s static budget to hurt Zimdollar earners’

Ruzive said the 2023 Bulawayo budget will maintain the present US$ tariffs, while those paying in local currency will do so at prevailing exchange rates.
By Silas Nkala Nov. 2, 2022

Outcry over city’s new rates, tariffs

The council increased shop rental fees from $20 000 to over $100 000 per month, a figure business people said was out of reach as they were still to recover from Covid-19 losses.

By The Standard Apr. 17, 2022