On 24 May 2019, Eng. Munyaradzi Munodawafa, chief executive of the Zambezi River Authority, signed the contract for the rehabilitation of the Kariba Dam spillway.
The Zambezi River Authority (ZRA), on 21 March 2018, started the final lap of the spillway rehabilitation procurement with the launch of the works tender to a shortlist of pre-qualified companies.
WHEN a 60-year-old dam that stands 128 metres tall, 716 metres long and holds 181 billion cubic meters of water needs repairs, it is never a small job and it comes with a huge budget: US$294 million.
Siavonga – John Banji says he will never forget how he cried as he watched his 10-month-old daughter wave goodbye from a moving rickety car.
The ZRA, which operates, maintains and manages the Kariba Dam on behalf of the governments of Zambia and Zimbabwe