Thursday, July 18, 2024

WUC shakes off Russia-Ukraine war snag to quench Botswana’s thirst

Water Utilities Corporation (WUC) is on track to deliver water to all residents of greater Gaborone by June 2024 in the face of supply chain disruptions by the Russia-Ukraine war.

WUC Chief Executive Officer Gaselemogwe Senai confirmed last week that by June next year the Greater Gaborone area will for the first time in decades have a water surplus. “from June next year all systems will be fully saturated”, he said.

Senai said they are on track to achieve this feat “within budget, within requisite quality and on time.”

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