Live Stream: Govt destroying villagers homes in Murehwa

Government is destroying homes and maize fields in Murehwa to make way for the construction of a road, the construction company opted to destroy the houses as a cheaper option as compared to blasting the rocks which are on the proposed way of the road. Freezim Congress Joseph Makamba Busha says he is going to …

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MDC Alliance retains Mutasa Central ward 10 seat

By Nyasha N Mukapiko The MDC Alliance on Saturday clinched to victory winning  Mutasa Central Constituency Ward 10 by-election beating Zanu-PF with 253 votes. MDC Alliance candidate Rose Tanyaradzwa Mukodza had a total of 801 votes followed by Zanu-PF’s candidate Margaret Tindirika who had 548 votes and National Assembly (NCA) Tanyaradzwa Chirimo who had less …

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MDC Alliance retains Mutasa Central ward 10 seat

By Nyasha N Mukapiko The MDC Alliance on Saturday clinched to victory winning  Mutasa Central Constituency Ward 10 by-election beating Zanu-PF with 253 votes. MDC Alliance candidate Rose Tanyaradzwa Mukodza had a total of 801 votes followed by Zanu-PF’s candidate Margaret Tindirika who had 548 votes and National Assembly (NCA) Tanyaradzwa Chirimo who had less …

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Harare left with only 15 months water supply

By Daniel Chigundu Engineer Hosiah Chisango says Harare is only left with about 15 months supply of water and the city will be introducing water rationing and conservation in the next few weeks. Lake Chivero which is Harare’s main source of water has been affected by siltation from urban agriculture activities resulting in the reduction …

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Arufandika joins politics, targets Ward 34 council seat

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Former Dynamos striker Nicholas Arufandika says he has joined politics and will be standing for the Harare City Council Ward 34 (Mufakose) seat in the coming general elections. Unlike a host of other political aspirants that have mushroomed in the country’s political sphere who are standing as independent candidates, Arufandika will be contesting under the ticket of a little opposition party the …

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MPs, councillors sleeping on duty:Manyenyeni

By Wisdom Mumera Harare Mayor Councillor Bernard Manyenyeni says the poor service delivery being experienced in the cities is a result of failure by legislators and councillors to fufill their oversight duties. Cities and towns across the country are failing to provide clean and safe water, collect refuse regularly, maintain roads and street lights among many other services under the jurisdiction of local authories. Speaking …

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Govt wants Harare to be a model city

By Daniel Chigundu The government has urged Harare City Council to ensure restoration of service provision and a return to law and order so that it becomes a model city in the country. Harare City Council has been struggling with service provision since dollarisation in February 2009 and the subsequent writing off about US$335 million outstanding water bills by the government towards 2013 elections. Water …

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Kunzvi Dam is priority not new Parliament: Manyenyeni

By Daniel Chigundu Harare Mayor Councillor Bernard Manyenyeni has urged the government to put on hold construction of the new Parliament of Zimbabwe and instead channel the funds towards Kunzvi Dam. Kunzvi Dam has widely been designated as the solution to the current water crisis bedevilling the City of Harare. The new Parliament building in Mount Hampden is expected to cost over US$1billion while Kunzvi …

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