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Harare City Council in partnership with Redeemed Christian Church of God has handed over a solar powered borehole to the residents of Mabvuku Tafara Ward 19.
Council is intensfying revenue collection in new revenue streams to ease pressure on raising rates for ratepayers.
Council has reduced the number of workshops outside the city boundaries as a cost cutting measure.
Council is owed more than $925 million by Government, business and residents a situation which has seen council failing to provide basic services.
Environmental Management Committee Vice Chairperson, Clr Stewart Mutizwa says council is attending to Sentosa and Mabelreign's perrennial water shortages.
Council’s mass transport system plans have been boosted by the return of ZUPCO buses on the city’s roads.
Harare City Council will open its swimming pools to the public on August 20.
Harare City Council nurses are not on go slow as alleged by sections of the media, Acting Human Capital Director Retired Major Matthew Marara has said.
Junior President of Zimbabwe Mukudzeiishe Madzivire recently met with the Harare City Junior Council to explore ways to work together to advance the cause of children.
Glen View Area 8 Complex traders will next month be moved to a holding site to pave way for infrastructure development.
Rwandan Ambassador to Zimbabwe James Musoni has commended Harare City for engaging the private sector in city beautification programmes.
Harare City Council has appointed new boards for its business units with town clerk Engineer Hosiah Chisango the only council official to sit in the Harare Sunshine Holdings Board.
LAND invaders are losing thousands of dollars in illegal investments following council's decision to pull down structures built onwetlands, school and clinic sites.
First Lady Amai Auxilia Mnangagwa has commended the Harare Mayor's Cheer Fund for transforming the lives of the under- priviledged. She was speaking during a High Tea fundraising programme event held at Harare House today.
Town clerk Engineer Hosiah Chisango has urged corporates and residents to contribute to the city’s cleanliness saying it was a collective duty to ensure that Harare regains its Sunshine City Status.
Council is setting up its own production hubs to supply goods and services internally and to the corporate world, Ward 12 Councilor Tafadzwa Mangwiro has said.
Harare City Council has suspended its regional building inspector Mr Roy Nyabvure for allegedly defying a council resolution when he approved building plans on an area under investigation.
Ward 38 Cllr Clifton Zumba has bemoaned vandalism of council property especially tower lights in and around his ward saying it was curtailing council efforts to develop the city.
Ward 20 Councillor Mercy Kasvosve has applauded residents in her ward for complementing the city in contributing towards service delivery initiatives.
City of Harare has opened another school, Tariro Council Primary School in Hopley as the city continues to decentralise educational facilities.
Harare residents are praising the city and it’s partners for beautifying road islands in and around the Central Business District saying the duty to maintain the good works was a collective one between council and residents.
Council is urging tenants occupying municipal properties to regularize their stay by registering into the city’s new Lease Management System.
Barely days after an inferno razed down parts of Siyaso Home Industry Complex, another fire has gutted a mini shopping mall at Mbare at the busy Mbare Musika destroying property worth thousands of dollars and leaving several entrepreneurs hopeless.
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