City of Harare has come under fire over a video in which municipal police were captured loading a garbage truck with foodstuffs confiscated from vendors operating from illegal points across the central business district.
The city fathers said the confiscated foodstuffs including potatoes, butter nuts and
Minister of National Housing and Social Amenities, Daniel Garwe says there will not be any setting up of new illegal settlements going forward, while pledging to regularize some existing ones in a bid to bring sanity in cities.
Garwe said this while officially opening the Center
Harare residents have blasted the city fathers over what they termed "misplaced priorities" following the announcement that the city had signed a Memorandum Of Agreement (MOA) with Sesani Private Limited to establish a rail transport system known as Tramways.
The city fathers have been blamed for
Harare's most populated suburbs such as Mbare, Sunningdale, Hatfield and Chitungwiza could soon face massive water crisis following a decision by the City of Harare to decommission Harava Dam which feed raw water supply into the Prince Edward Water Treatment Plant.
The council's decision to shut-down
Harare mayor Hebert Gomba has today urged city council officials to up service delivery charging that residents deserve high quality service delivery.
Speaking in the capital at the stakeholders meeting with ward 16 Sentosa residents and the city engineers today, Gomba raised concern on the treatment
Failure by the City of Harare to deliver quality service particularly in Kuwadzana where improper disposal of solid waste has left residents living in fear of another disease outbreak.
The Kuwadzana residents have raised concern over the poor service they are getting from council saying a
The numerous promises by the new dispensation look like they will never come and this has left the usually resilient and hardworking Zimbabweans in limbo and doomed.
Former Finance minister Ignatius Chombo’s temporary reprieve granted by the High Court has disrupted the commencement of his trial at the Harare Magistrates court today.
Chombo who is facing a plethora of criminal cases involving corruption, fraud and criminal nuisance, was granted a temporary stay of
Econet Wireless Zimbabwe has today revealed its strategy plans to modernize Harare's First Street after reaching an infrastructure development deal with the Harare City Council in recent weeks.
The leading mobile network operator's efforts are coming at a time when other countries have also started to
Leading Pan-African telecommunications company, Liquid Telecom has joined the fight against cholera through partnering city of Harare to refurbish water and sewer infrastructure in the high density suburb of Glen Norah.
The project is funded to the tune of $1.5 million.
Liquid Telecom officials in the company