Waiting for water

From Kubatana Zimbabwe Blog Wed Feb 20 2013, 01:45:07

Tafadzwa Sharaunga writing for Kalabash shares his experience of queuing for water. Subscribe to Kalabash by writing to: kalabashmediamag [at] gmail [dot] com Dead in the middle of the rainy season water shortages have ravaged the southwestern high-density suburbs of Harare, with neighborhoods such as Glen-View and Glen-Norah going for days without running tap water. [...]

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