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Borehole Siting

The first Decision, Once You Have Decided To Drill A Borehole Is Choosing Where The Drilling Is To Be Done ... Nakiso Borehole Drilling Can Help You with Siting Services.
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Borehole Permit

Before A Borehole Is Drilled, Authorization To Drill The Borehole Has To Be Sought First From The Appropriate Catchment Council Under The ZINWA Groundwater Department.
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Solar Systems

Solar Pumps Are An Energy-Efficient, Environmentally Friendly Way To Pump Water For A Variety Of Purposes, Including Agricultural and Residential Irrigation.
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Borehole Drilling

Borehole Drilling Refes To Drilling and Casing A Hole To Get Access To Water ... Nakiso Borehole Drilling Provides Complete Service For Commercial or Domestic Use.
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Pump Installation

Nakiso Borehole Drilling Offers Borehole Pump Installation Services, Complete Plumbing and Electrical Service of Borehole Pumps. Contact Us For Borehole Pumps Servicing, Repairs and Installations. More Info Here.

Social Responsibilities

As Nakiso Borehole Drilling We Take Pride In Our Community and Involve Ourselves In Contributing To The Needs Of The Less Privileged.
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  • Check These Advantages of Solar-Power Pumping

    Solar-powered water systems offer safe water and hope for communities across the world and, more often than not, are a favoured approach for Nakiso Borehole Drilling.


    In addition to being beneficial for the environment (especially when compared to systems powered by generators), solar-powered pumps are sustainable for the communities that operate them.


    With over 200 solar-powered systems installed, Nakiso Borehole Drilling has experienced a very low failure rate.

    We have also seen a reduction of overall lifecycle costs when compared to drilled boreholes fitted with hand pumps that are designed for equivalent service areas and lifespans.

    When compared with alternative power sources – including hand pumps, an electrical grid connection, or generator power – solar power is the best overall choice in many situations.
    Chek These Advantages of Solar-Power Pumping

    A majority of the advantages of solar-power water pumping fall into the following four categories:

    1. Economic Advantages:

    Serve more people. Higher flow and head capacity than hand pumps mean that solar pumping can serve more people in less time significantly reducing queuing times.

    2. Social Advantages.

    Treat, store, and distribute water. Water can be treated and stored in elevated tanks which means that water can be provided where end users are able to access it easily.


    3. Technical Advantages.

    Provide high levels of service in remote areas. Solar pumps can operate in remote off-grid areas without access to electrical grid power. Additionally, solar pumps provide quantity, accessibility, and reliability that’s equal to (if not greater than) traditional AC powered pumps.

    4. Environmental Advantages.

    Minimize operation & maintenance costs. Very little capital maintenance is required and most solar pumps continue to function for 10+ years. Plus, solar-powered systems are not difficult to operate and training only takes a few weeks.


    Learn More About Our Solar-Powered Pumping: https://www.nakisoboreholes.co.zw/p/solar-pumps.html

    Book A Consultation: Just give us a call or WhatsApp +263 78 860 8009.

    Other Services Offered:

    1. Borehole Siting.
    2. Borehole Drilling.
    3. Water Reticulation.
    4. Borehole Repairs.
    5. Tank Installations.
    6. Pump Installations.
    7. Solar Water Systems ... etc.

    Water Is Our Business!


    You Can Also Call Us On: +263 78 876 6701, +263 78 876 6706

    Email:
    info@nakisoboreholes.co.zw
    Website: www.nakisoboreholes.co.zw
  • Three Categories Of Boreholes

    A borehole is a vertical capture engineered structure used to exploit the water from a water table held in the interstices or in the cracks in a rock in the sub-soil known as an aquifer.


    The water can be raised to ground level either very simply using a receptacle or more easily using a manual or motor-driven pump.

    Boreholes vary tremendously, be it in-depth, the volume of water, the cost or the purity of the water, whether or not treatment is justified before it can be consumed (and should also be checked regularly, not just when the structures are completed).

    Boreholes Come In Three Categories:

    1. Dynamic.
    2. Average.
    3. Residual.



    1. A Dynamic Borehole: As the drill hits a break, water is ejected out from the hole in a pressurised spray.

    2. An Average Borehole: As the operator removes samples of soil or rock drilled -water is evident.

    3. A Residual Borehole:
    A residual borehole is more difficult to determine. The operator can drill past or through one or several "dry" breaks until he reaches the allocated depth with samples not showing any sign of water evident.
    Three Categories Of Boreholes

    To the driller this might be viewed as a dry hole. With our experience in the borehole drilling industry and with our work with site surveyors ... we have realised that this conclusion is in most cases not correct.

    We have done assessments within a week (at least 10 days) and have found reasonable amounts of water (ie. 70%) full.

    The explanation for this is based on the actions of the drilling or blowing of the rig - which can actually block breaks temporarily and which eventually open with the pressure from the breaks releasing water.

    At the time the drilling may appear as a dry hole, however, our experience has shown that given time the breaks will open release water.

    Have Faith In Your Site Surveyor: If the surveyor advises you to drill to a certain depth he is doing it through many years of experience.
  • Celebrating Micro, Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Day: Supporting Small Businesses Through The COVID-19 Crisis

    Today, Nakiso Borehole Drilling is proud to commemorate the United Nations’ Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Day

    This day was chosen by the United Nations General Assembly to recognize the importance of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) to local and global economies in addition to their contribution to sustainable economic development.

    Small businesses, including those run by women and young entrepreneurs, are being hit hardest by the economic fall-out of the pandemic.

    Unprecedented lockdown measures enacted to contain the spread of the coronavirus have resulted in supply chain disruptions and a massive drop in demand in most sectors.

    To continue playing their crucial role in creating decent jobs and improving livelihoods, small businesses depend more than ever on an enabling business environment, including support for access to finance, information, and markets.
    Celebrating Micro, Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Day: Supporting Small Businesses Through The COVID-19 Crisis

    Let's not forget that these enterprises, which generally employ fewer than 250 persons, are the backbone of most economies worldwide and play a key role in developing countries.

    According to the data provided by the International Council for Small Business (ICSB), formal and informal Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs) make up over 90% of all firms and account, on average, for 70% of total employment and 50% of GDP.

    That is why the General Assembly declared 27 June Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Day, to raise public awareness of their contribution to sustainable development and the global economy.

    Explore this infostory to discover the full potential of the MSMEs in securing a better future of work of everyone.

    MSME Day 2020 - COVID-19: The Great Lockdown and its impact on Small Business

    These types of enterprises are responsible for significant employment and income generation opportunities across the world and have been identified as a major driver of poverty alleviation and development.

    MSMEs tend to employ a larger share of the vulnerable sectors of the workforce, such as women, youth, and people from poorer households - populations with high vulnerability in times of COVID-19. MSMEs can sometimes be the only source of employment in rural areas. 
    As such, MSMEs as a group are the main income provider for income distribution at the “base of the pyramid”.
  • Let’s Celebrate Persons Living With Albinism on this International Albinism Awareness Day!

    Are you aware that albinos continue to face discrimination across the world? People and cultures still labour misconceptions and myths about albinos, causing them to discriminate against albinos.


    There are communities where the myths are so damaging that albinos are killed, severely marginalised, or excluded from society. But even in societies where they aren’t blatantly discriminated against, some latent cultural attitudes cause people to be subtly prejudiced, casually making unkind comments or actions.

    That’s why today, the 13th of June, is the International Albinism Awareness Day.

    The theme for this year is ‘Made To Shine’ and the reason for it is to celebrate the achievements and successes of people with albinism worldwide. It is also a call to stand in solidarity with people with albinism through their challenges.

    Happy International albinism awareness day everyone!
    Let’s Celebrate Persons Living With Albinism on this International Albinism Awareness Day!
  • World Bicycle Day 2020: Founding, Significance And How we Can Celebrate The Day!

    When it comes to our health, we often forget that the simplest of things would be the most beneficial, something like a bicycle that would not only be good for the environment but for us too. 

    So on June 3, which has been marked as World Bicycle Day, we take a look at the founding and significance of the day and how we can celebrate it.

    First of all, this is the third anniversary of World Bicycle Day, which was declared by the United Nations General Assembly on April 2018. The idea behind it is to recognise the longevity, uniqueness and versatility of the bicycle, and that it is an affordable, reliable, simple, clean and environmentally fit sustainable means of transport.

    Founding of World Bicycle Day:

    It all began when Professor Leszek Sibilski of the US and his Sociology class led a grassroots campaign to promote a UN Resolution to designate a day that would celebrate and promote the use of the bicycle around the world. The campaign grew, and the resolution was sponsored by Turkmenistan and co-sponsored by 56 countries.
    World Bicycle Day 2020: Founding, Significance And How we Can Celebrate The Day

    A #June3WorldBicycleDay logo was designed by Isaac Feld and an accompanying animation, which depicts bicyclists of various types riding around the globe, was created by Professor John E. Swanson. The main message behind it was to show that the bicycle is for all and that it serves all of humanity. The two are also behind the creation of the current blue and white logo and animation.

    Significance of World Bicycle Day:

    The significance behind World Bicycle Day is that it is a global holiday that is meant to be enjoyed by all. The idea for the day is to motivate and inspire people towards having more tolerance, understanding and respect for one another. The other thing is that the bicycle signifies a more sustainable means of transport that is not only good for people but for the environment and the economy too.

    How World Bicycle Day is Celebrated:

    Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there will not be any huge public gatherings as there have been in the past two years where people have gathered for rallies. Usually, people would join others on a bicycle ride around town and hold other events that would involve bicycles. Since social distancing is going on, people can take go for rides on their own instead of taking their cars.
  • Solar Powered Water Systems In Zimbabwe

    Solar-powered water systems offer safe water and hope for communities across the world and, more often than not, are a favored approach for Nakiso Borehole Drilling

    In addition to being beneficial for the environment (especially when compared to systems powered by generators), solar-powered pumps are sustainable for the communities that operate them. With over 200 solar-powered systems installed, Nakiso Borehole Drilling has experienced a very low failure rate. 

    We have also seen a reduction of overall lifecycle costs when compared to drilled boreholes fitted with hand pumps that are designed for equivalent service areas and lifespans.

    Advantages of Solar-Power Pumping:

    When compared with alternative power sources – including hand pumps, an electrical grid connection, or generator power – solar power is the best overall choice in many situations.

    A majority of the advantages of solar-power water pumping fall into the following four categories:
    Solar Power Water Systems In Zimbabwe

    1. Serve more people. Higher flow and head capacity than hand pumps mean that solar pumping can serve more people in less time significantly reducing queuing times.

    2. Treat, store, and distribute water. Water can be treated and stored in elevated tanks which means that water can be provided where end users are able to access it easily.

    3. Provide high levels of service in remote areas. Solar pumps can operate in remote off-grid areas without access to electrical grid power. Additionally, solar pumps provide quantity, accessibility, and reliability that’s equal to (if not greater than) traditional AC powered pumps.

    4. Minimize operation & maintenance costs. Very little capital maintenance is required and most solar pumps continue to function for 10+ years. Plus, solar-powered systems are not difficult to operate and training only takes a few weeks.

    Where Are Solar-Power Water Systems Most Effective?

    Solar-powered water systems are traditionally associated with rural towns, but continued advances in the technology mean that these systems can operate effectively in an ever-increasing variety of climates and locales.












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