Editor’s Memo: Cholera crisis calls for urgent action

Furthermore, the response to cholera outbreaks should extend beyond emergency measures to include long-term strategies for disease prevention.
By Faith Zaba Dec. 1, 2023

Harare council, Geogenix tiff escalates

According to sources, HCC has submitted a report to the government in which it has raised grievous concerns about the Pomona dumpsite deal.
By Julia Ndlela Dec. 1, 2023

Vendors defy govt directive

Over the years, vendors and law enforcement agents have been involved in running battles amid arguments the sellers were sources of disorder in the central business
By Lorraine Muromo Nov. 29, 2023

Zanu PF, CCC members in land scam

About 900 people paid at least US$1 000 each for 150-square-metre stands.
By Staff Reporter Nov. 27, 2023

$589 billion unpaid bills amplifies Harare's water supply dilemma

Mabhena Moyo also blamed the water shortages on the city ‘s obsolete machinery and collapsing infrastructure at the water treatment plants.
By Sizalokuhle Ncube Nov. 23, 2023

Cholera fears as power cuts hit Harare water supplies

Muswere said government had intervened to assist Harare City Council, which is failing to provide water and sanitation facilities and were maintaining council water bowsers.

Feature: Decay fuels Harare's cholera resurgence

Zimbabwe has recorded more than 6 000 confirmed cholera cases and 120 suspected cholera-related deaths.
By Vanessa Gonye Nov. 12, 2023

Harare council, Geo-Pomona Geogenix find common ground

In an interview with the Independent, Nguwaya said they were working together with the City of Harare.
By Julia Ndlela Nov. 10, 2023

Power outages hit Harare water supply

In a statement this morning, city spokesperson Stanley Gama said the water situation had deteriorated owing to faults at the Morton Jaffray water treatment plant.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Nov. 8, 2023