Synchronized Flushing In Zimbabwe Is Not A New Olympic Sport

National Public Radio: After months of severe water shortages, the city's authorities have imposed 72 hours of water rationing a week. Two of Bulawayo's five supply dams have dried up because of the drought, according to the online version of Africa Review. So, when water is restored to the city's 1 million residents today, the city council has asked everyone to pitch and engage in "The Big Flush," at 7:30 p.m. local time. The AP explains that synchronized flushing will clear waste that has been accumulating in the......

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