Redesigning Zim’s water policy

Sewage treatment plants are also problematic in that they consume a lot of electricity and function on expensive equipment, which can be difficult to replace.
By Kevin Tutani 17h ago

HCC rocked by absenteeism

Musarurwa recently accused the city fathers of neglecting workers, saying many were scared of retiring because of zero savings due to poor salaries.
By Kenneth Nyangani Apr. 16, 2024

Council accused of neglecting workers

Harare mayor Jacob Mafume said the harsh economic climate was driving workers in the local authority and other sectors into poverty.
By Kenneth Nyangani Apr. 7, 2024

Fresh cholera fears loom

A number of officials interviewed by NewsDay yesterday said they contained the deadly diarrhoeal disease through strengthened surveillance systems
By Vanessa Gonye Apr. 2, 2024

Harare mayor reads riot act

Mafume said the municipal police should be sensitive to human rights.
By Kenneth Nyangani Mar. 26, 2024

Harare municipality police brutality, a cause for concern

To say we are livid at the disproportionate application of force on an unarmed citizen trying to eke a living would be a gross understatement.
By Viset Mar. 25, 2024

‘Harare stashing ZWL$2,6b Zinara funds’

There has been a tug of war between HCC and Zinara over disbursement of funds with Mafume accusing the latter of not playing ball.
By Blessed Mhlanga Mar. 21, 2024

Vendors threaten to sue HCC over violence

Wadzai described the current situation was a reflection of a deteriorating justice system whereby the poor are denied recourse.
By Lorraine Muromo Mar. 21, 2024

Harare City ex-worker in soup over stand deal

The accused, Brian Risinamhodzi was remanded out of custody on US$150 bail and will return to court on April 16 for routine remand.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Mar. 9, 2024