- HANGING TREEE: Where British settlers hung nine Ndebele warriors more than 100 years ago at the height of the Umvukela (Matabeleland uprisings) in 1896-7, along JMN Nkomo Street between Connaught Avenue and Masotsha Ndlovu Avenue, is a national monument as it symbolises both subjugation and resistance to colonialism by the Zimabwe’s citizens.
- 300 Cowdray Park opposition members mostly defectors from MDC-Alliance joined Zanu-PF during yesterday’s meeting
- Borrowdale road and Harare Drive traffic lights hit-and-run driver arrested after a recording of the incident went viral on social media.
- Financial institutions have grouped under the Bankers Association and resolved not to accept the state-issued 99-year farm leases.
- OPPOSITION party Zapu says it will this week write to Parliament seeking to recall its former members, who are now part of the ruling Zanu-PF.
HARARE CONTINUES TO LOSE AT LEAST 50 percent of its treated water daily due to leakages as Harare City Council officials are failing to attend to a pipe bursts.
Treated council water has been going to waste for more than a week now in the central business district as Harare City Council officials are failing to attend to a water burst.The gushing water at a pavement along George Silundika Avenue is also giving passersby a hard time.Despite perennial water challenges the city is facing, Harare continues to lose at least 50 percent of its treated water daily due to leakages.The water being lost is also a burden to ratepayers as the council uses millions of dollars of their money monthly to procure the essential water purification chemicals.The city centre has not been getting the attention it deserves over the years since the opposition took over the reigns at the start of the millenium