Demolished house in Seke Unit C

Land ownership should be for all not a connected minority

The Chitungwiza Residents Trust (Chitrest) appreciates the rationale behind the setting up of a committee to investigate shady land deals in all major urban areas to deal with the chaos that has been created by some corrupt and politically connected land barons. Chitrest has always maintained its held position that urban land allocation is being […]

Chitungwiza residents call for transparency and accountability in residential stands allocation

The Chitungwiza Residents Trust (CHITREST)campaign for clear and transparent processes in the allocation of residential stands by municipality has contributed immensely to Zimbabwe’s Access to information campaign. To date the campaign has brought together the key stakeholders, that include the local authority, residents’, prospective homeowners and housing cooperatives in attempts to open up the process […]