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2 days ago | January 14, 2022

Harare yet to service US$72 million water loan

THE City of Harare hasn’t started repaying he US$72,2 million it owes the China Export and Import Bank almost a decade ...

Cluster houses for Marlborough open space

ANOTHER cluster house development is planned for Marlborough following a notice by the Ministry of Local Government and ...

Parties start preparing for by-elections

POLITICAL parties have started preparing to contest the March 26, 2022 by-elections to fill vacancies in council wards ...

Council saddled with US$72m water loan

THE City of Harare hasn’t started repaying he US$72,2 million it owes the China Export and Import Bank almost a decade ...

Greystone Park fire victims grateful for assistance

THE Greystone Park family whose house was recently gutted by fire after a suspected stray fire cracker landed on the ...

BRRA grows impatient over council delays

THE Borrowdale Ratepayers and Residents Association (BRRA) is growing impatient with the City of Harare who are taking ...

4 days ago | January 12, 2022

City imposes US$500 trade effluent fee 

THE City of Harare has introduced a renewable annual trade effluent discharge licence for all industrial and commercial ...

1 week ago | January 7, 2022

Calls to prioritise locals in school enrolment

THE Zimbabwe Combined Residents and Ratepayers Association (ZICORRA) has urged all schools in Harare, especially those ...

Town clerk explains tariff increases

THE City of Harare’s rates and service charge increases proposed in the city’s 2022 budget $41,8 billion were calculated ...

Increase of bulk water selling companies irks residents

The increase in the number of bulk water selling and borehole drilling companies in the city’s leafy suburbs has irked ...

Residents warned

RESIDENTS of Ward 41 have been warned to be on the lookout for con artists who are in residents’ social media groups ...

Council accused of double standards over wetlands

HARARE residents have roundly condemned the City of Harare for double standards by rushing to slash maize grown on ...

Greystone Park family gets donations

SOME compassionate Harare residents are mobilising donations in the form of clothing and utensils among other needs for ...

BRRA hopes for joint efforts with council

THE Borrowdale Ratepayers and Residents Association has called on the residents and the City of Harare to join hands to ...

Grading of roads resumes on Willies Dam wetland

DEVELOPMENT of housing stands near Willies Dam in Greendale appears to be continuing despite residents opposing the ...