Petroleum giant Sakunda Holding has announced an immediate withdrawal from a partnership that would have seen the refurbishment of the ceremonial home of football, Rufaro Stadium.
The energy company had planned to renovate the football venue after entering into a long term partnership with the City
The Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA) has raised concerns over reports of Harare City Council health personnel extorting foreign currency from pregnant women in return for safe delivery.
There are allegations that nurses at council clinics are asking pregnant mothers to pay a minimum of US$
The majority of recalled MDC Alliance Harare Councillors have condemned the ongoing demolition of informal business structures in Harare dubbing the operation; “Murambatsvina 2.
In a joint statement, the Councillors said it was a crime against humanity at the instigation of the ruling Zanu PF to
Government has given Harare informal traders operating on road servitudes up to Sunday to vacate and remove their properties in line with the Roads Act.
The Road Act in section 48 states that it is prohibited to trade on roads unless with written permission from the
Suspended City of Harare Town Clerk Hosiah Chisango is set to appear before the Harare Magistrates court tomorrow to answer perjury charges.
Allegations are that Chisango in his personal capacity and as Town Clerk filed a false written statement saying a show house constructed by Georgios
Harare magistrate Stanford Mambanje on Tuesday issued a warrant of arrest against Harare City Council director of works Engineer Isaiah Zvenyika Chawatama after he failed to appear before the court.
Chawatama together with suspended Harare City Town Clerk, Hosiah Chisango together with businessman Michael John Van
The Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA) has castigated the proposed demolition of illegal tuck shops in Harare saying the proposal is a war against livelihoods.
Harare City Council recently ordered all illegal tuck-shop owners across the City of Harare to cease all operations before the 18th
Harare City Council (HCC) has announced the temporary shut down of the Morton Jaffray and Warren Control Waterworks to pave way for the installation of new water pumps.
In a public notice, the City of Harare said the scheduled waterworks starts from Friday 18 to Sunday
Harare residents have expressed concern over Harare City's decision to challenge a High Court order granted early this month to open all the local authority's clinics that were shutdown due to lack of resources.
Justice Edith Mushore granted a high Court Order compelling Harare City to
Despite last week's High Court order compelling the City of Harare to open all its forty-two council poly clinics within seven days, the local authority is yet to comply with the ruling.
Chief Justice Mushore on the 7th of October 2020 ordered Harare City Council to