Zinara sticks to its guns over roads rehab funding

Mafume said the parastatal was using money meant to rehabilitate roads in Harare for other local authorities.
By Freeman Makopa 3h ago

More effort needed to eliminate cholera

Zimbabwe is among 11 African countries where cholera is now endemic, meaning that the cases sprouting in the country are not imported from elsewhere but are emanating from within our borders.
By Newsday Sep. 28, 2023

Harare rolls out 100-day plan

The 100-day plan includes the removal of all illegal dumps in the residential areas and declaring the central business district a litter-free zone, among other promises.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Sep. 28, 2023

Cholera outbreak hits Buhera

Council last week announced that the acute water shortages in the city were caused by a “lake turn” phenomenon at Lake Chivero, the city’s main water supply dam.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Sep. 27, 2023

Harare cllrs blow US$20K in 4 days

Reports from Town House also indicated that the councillors have spiritedly been pushing to attend committee meetings even when they are not members.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 25, 2023

Thomas sings through sewing

Due to great demand in the business, Thomas  had to move into the central business district, for the convenience of customers.
By Admire Jamu-mlambo Sep. 24, 2023

Government should bring Harare's City Parking, Easy Park to order

We cannot allow ourselves to be abused by a few City Parking thugs who are bent on making super profits. Stop it!
By Johannes Marisa Sep. 22, 2023

Govt attitude over Harare water scandalous

That the situation is set to get worse, given the city’s ever-increasing population, makes one shudder to imagine what the future holds for the residents of this once great city.
By Newsday Sep. 19, 2023

Harare water crisis dire. . . as hospital runs dry

Sources at the hospital who spoke to NewsDay said water had not been available in critical areas such as the maternity ward since last week Thursday.