‘Sewer plants are not working in most cities with Bulawayo, Harare and Chitungwiza dumping raw sewer into water bodies’- Savour Kasukuwere

‘Sewer plants are not working in most cities with Bulawayo, Harare and Chitungwiza dumping raw sewer into water bodies’- Savour Kasukuwere

  Local authorities are dumping raw sewer into water bodies and posing a health risk, Local Government minister Savour Kasukuwere has said.   Bulawayo, Harare and Chitungwiza were citied as chief culprits.”We have a serious problem in all local authorities where most sewer plants are not working.   “As a result we are dumping raw sewer in water bodies and we seem to be headed towards a rough patch,” he told a meeting in Victoria…

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Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission Arrest Manyenyeni Soon After High Court Lifted His Suspension

Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission Arrest Manyenyeni Soon After High Court Lifted His Suspension

  The Harare, Mayor, Bernard Manyenyeni , who was charged with insubodination and unprocedurally appointing James Mushore as the Harare Town clerk, and suspended by the local government minister, the Zanu PF National political commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere.on 20 April, 2016 ,was reinstated by the High Court.   However, the relief was short lived as, Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission officers swiftly arrested Councillor Benard Manyenyeni   To the Discerning Eye, the whole saga smacks of Zanu PF…

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Grace Mugabe Opens The ZAOGA, Mbuya Dorcas Hospital in Waterfalls, Harare, Accompanied By Grandson Simbanashe

Simbanashe, President Mugabe’s first grandson, yesterday made his maiden public appearance with his parents Bona and Simba Chikore, while accompanying First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe at the official opening of Mbuya Dorcas Hospital in Waterfalls, Harare. Although Simbanashe did not follow the official proceedings with his parents at the high table, Zaoga Forward In Faith church co-patron Dr Eunor Guti took the platform to congratulate the First Family for the safe arrival of Simbanashe to…

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St Annes Hospital Faces Closure Within 7 Days As Premises Lease Agreement Is Terminated

St Annes Hospital Faces Closure Within 7 Days As Premises Lease Agreement Is Terminated

Harare’s privately-owned St Annes Hospital faces closure following termination of its lease agreement with the Catholic institute, Little Company of Mary (LCM), owners of the building where the health institution is operating from. The elite hospital, owned by CAPS Holdings, has been given seven days to vacate the premises. LCM has since advised medical aid societies and other health service providers of the hospital’s impending eviction. Source: newsday photo-Dr David Parirenyatwa, Minister Of health

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CBZ To Auction (ZTA) CEO Karikoga Kaseke’s House Over US$1,7 Million Loan

CBZ To Auction (ZTA) CEO Karikoga Kaseke’s House Over US$1,7 Million Loan

ZIMBABWE Tourism Authority (ZTA) chief executive officer Karikoga Kaseke is set to lose his posh Harare house over a US$1,7 million bank loan which he has allegedly failed to service.   CBZ Bank has since approached the Sheriff who is set to auction the property on Thursday next week.   A writ of execution issued in favour of the bank under case number HC7746/14 directed to the Sheriff read in part: “You are required and…

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Harare Residents Trust Concerned With Rise In Criminal Activity

Harare Residents Trust Concerned With Rise In Criminal Activity

  Harare Residents Trust has expressed concerns over the alleged escalation of criminal activities with some culprits attacking residents and robbing them of their belongings. The trust said there has been an increase in crime of late hence a need for law enforcement agents to alleviate the problem. “Thieves are causing havoc in communities attacking residents and robbing them. The HRT urges the City fathers to provide tower lights and street lights in residential areas…

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Bus Overturns After Being Flagged Down By Police In Westgate Harare

Several people were reportedly injured in Westgate, Harare, yesterday when a CAG bus overturned in wet conditions after the driver was flagged down by traffic police. In the picture, mechanics prepare to be getting ready to tow away the bus while people look on. Source: bulawayo24

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