Residents protest in Chitungwiza

Chaos reigned supreme yesterday at Chitungwiza Municipality head office as irate residents
stormed the premises demanding the ouster of town clerk, Mr George Makunde and his
management. They allege gross incompetence. The placard waving demonstrators accused
management of embezzling funds and demanded the reinstatement of director of urban
planning, Mr Conrad Muchesa. Read more about Residents protest in Chitungwiza

Harare City Council, banks in housing deal

Harare City Council has partnered two local banks to develop residential stands for low-income
earners around the city with an initial project targeting more than 1 200 stands.  The city entered into a Public Private Partnership with National Building Society and FBC Group (Pvt) Ltd for purposes of low-cost housing development and the banks will provide mortgage to homeseekers on the city’s housing waiting list. Read more about Harare City Council, banks in housing deal

Region adopts 5-year framework to fight STIs

WHO official, Dr. Felicitas Zawaira

Health ministers meeting in Victoria Falls at the 67th World Health Organisation (WHO) African Region summit, which ended yesterday, have adopted a five-year framework to fight Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI). Read more about Region adopts 5-year framework to fight STIs

Govt shifts goalposts on Masvingo dualisation compensation

Joram Gumbo

GOVERNMENT has started shifting goalposts on who will compensate thousands of villagers and businesspeople likely to be displaced during the dualisation of the Harare-Beitbridge Highway, with Transport minister Joram Gumbo yesterday failing to explain convincingly whose responsibility compensation was. Read more about Govt shifts goalposts on Masvingo dualisation compensation