Dams allocated funds by Zimbabwean Government

8 December 2022

Twelve dam projects in Zimbabwe are set to receive a share of $22 billion in funding allocated by the government in the 2023 national budget, The Herald has reported. 

The funds will be split between dams in various provinces, with the dams identified in the Budget statement presented by Professor Mthuli Ncube, Finance and Economic Development Minister. 

The Herald has listed the dams as:  Gwayi Shangani dam ($6.2 billion); Semwa dam ($2.8 billion) Bulawayo ($2.7 billion); Kunzvi dam ($2.1 billion); Vungu dam ($1.5 billion); Tuli Manyange ($1.7 billion); Ziminya dam ($1.1 billion); Defe dam ($1 billion); Mucherkeranwa ($600 million); Dande dam ($600 million); Mbada dam ($600 million); and Bindura dam ($400 million). All projects are ongoing construction projects.

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