The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has expressed concern over the proliferation of dumpsites in residential areas saying they have become breeding grounds for disease-causing vectors.
In a statement, EMA Harare Metropolitan Provincial environment manager, Leon Mutungamiri emphasized the need for all stakeholders, including individuals, corporations, communities,
The Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA) has castigated the blame game between the City of Harare and the Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (ZINARA) on road rehabilitation funds saying revenue collection should rest with local authorities.
In an interview with 263Chat, CHRA director Rueben Akili said the
Harare Mayor, Councilor Jacob Mafume has castigated the Zimbabwe National Road Administration (ZINARA) vehicle licensing model saying it is not working in terms of addressing challenges in the roads sector.
According to the latest funding disbursement report issued by ZINARA on Sunday, 22 January 2023, Harare
The Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA) has implored Government and the City of Harare to work together and protect residents against disease outbreaks.
In an interview with 263Chat, CHRA acting director Rueben Akili said the inconsistent supply of water treatment chemicals posed a health time bomb.
Harare City Council has blocked suspended Human Resources director, Cainos Chingombe from resuming his duties at town house despite the Harare regional magistrate court acquitting him of misappropriating municipality funds.
In a memo to the council's human capital heads of sections and copied to all human
Former City of Harare regional building inspector Roy Nyabvure, who is facing allegations of criminal abuse of office, has been denied bail by a Harare Magistrate Taurai Manuwere who said there are compelling reasons that he would abscond trial.
Nyabvure was arrested after appearing before the
The Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA) has described the ongoing impasse between the City of Harare and the Local Government Ministry over the Pomona waste energy deal as unfortunate with a potential to cripple municipal operations.
A Netherlands based company, Geogenix BV was handpicked to 'partner'
Local Government Minister July Moyo has ordered the City of Harare to withdraw last month’s resolutions that suspended the controversial Pomona waste-to-energy contract awarded to Netherlands-registered Geogenix BV.
A special council meeting chaired by Harare Mayor Jacob Mafume resolved to suspend the deal after councillors heard
263Chat · Fresh Demolitions Loom In Mbare, Chitungwiza, Warns Muguti
Harare Province secretary for provincial affairs and devolution Tafadzwa Muguti has warned of fresh demolition in Mbare, Chitungwiza and Ruwa saying land barons had invaded wetlands and land reserved for development projects.
Muguti said the invasions have
263Chat · Residents Associations, CSOs Condemn 'Shameful' Pomona Waste Deal
Resident associations and local civil society groups have added their voice to the growing chorus on the US$300 million Pomona waste to energy entered into between the City of Harare and Netherlands registered company Geogenix saying