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Council warns land developers

He encouraged developers to consult city fathers before wasting millions on unapproved projects.
By Brent Shamu Feb. 15, 2024

Harare regularises 17K housing units

He informed the House that the Harare City Council (HCC) is in the process of regularising settlements.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Feb. 15, 2024

Fire-damaged clothing giant bleeds as insurers delay payouts

The fires, which raged for about two weeks, inflicted extensive damage estimated at around US$30 million on the factory.
By Blessed Ndlovu Feb. 9, 2024

Council police, markets department in bribe storm

Moyo, however, dismissed the allegations saying he was aware of people driving a certain agenda.
By Kenneth Nyangani Feb. 9, 2024

HCC suspensions expose heated tussling

The eight officers were suspended pending disciplinary hearings on allegations of extorting money from motorists they arrested for traffic violations.
By Kenneth Nyangani Feb. 1, 2024

Editorial Comment: Shedding crocodile tears

It is not the first time that government has threatened to install commissions to run the affairs of local authorities.
By Newsday Jan. 19, 2024

Chemicals shortage crippling Harare water supplies

The government launched operation Chenesa Harare to remove waste and provide clean safe water to residents, with waste removal being set to run until tomorrow.

Lawlessness: A reality killing our nation

Herein lies one of our major challenges in our quest to improve our image as a nation.
By Newsday Jan. 10, 2024

Harare water: Govt avails ZWL$9b for chemicals

Gama confirmed that council had received the money, which he said was, however, a little shy of the US$1,5 million the council requires every month for water purification.
By Gracious Daniel Jan. 9, 2024