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Power outages causing revenue loss: BCC

Unavailability of electricity has adversely affected service delivery
By EMMANUEL MPOFU Oct. 13, 2022

Ngozi Mine’s young mothers suffering in silence

Teenage mothers as young as 14, some of whom claim to have been forced into marriages because of poverty among other reasons, face unimaginable abuse from their partners.

By The NewsDay Aug. 21, 2022

Ngozi Mine’s young mothers suffering in silence

Teenage mothers as young as 14, some of whom claim to have been forced into marriages because of poverty among other reasons, face unimaginable abuse from their partners.

By The NewsDay Aug. 21, 2022

Bulawayo struggles to clear housing backlog

Latest council minutes show that the BCC has invited bids to develop stands in Mahatshula and Luveve.

By The NewsDay Jul. 17, 2022

Bulawayo struggles to clear housing backlog

Latest council minutes show that the BCC has invited bids to develop stands in Mahatshula and Luveve.

By The NewsDay Jul. 17, 2022

Deals signed during ZITF impressive: ZNCC

Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) Matabeleland chapter chairperson Mackenzie Dongo yesterday expressed optimism that business deals clinched during the ZITF will help Bulawayo reclaim its national industrial hub tag.

By The NewsDay May. 3, 2022

City construction slows down

The decline translates into lack of housing development plans at a time when the local authority is also battling a housing backlog of over 120 000.

By The NewsDay Feb. 20, 2022

City construction slows down

The decline translates into lack of housing development plans at a time when the local authority is also battling a housing backlog of over 120 000.

By The NewsDay Feb. 20, 2022

Council to repossess more housing stands

The local authority has served beneficiaries of the housing stands with noncompliance letters for failure to develop them since 2002, latest council minutes reveal.

By The NewsDay Dec. 12, 2021