Harare City Council needs overhaul

We have witnessed many mayors, town clerks, directors who enjoy huge perks at the helm of the council but with nothing to offer.
By Johannes Marisa Jun. 16, 2024

Female vendors play hide, seek to survive street wars

The vendors are only a fraction of over five million Zimbabweans who have turned to street trade due to high unemployment and limited job opportunities.
By Julia Ndlela Jun. 7, 2024

Harare residents demand sanity at Town House

There have been reports of widespread corruption at the council.
By Kenneth Nyangani Jun. 7, 2024

Feature: A day in the life of Harare vendors

Disappointment troubles her eyes, a stark contrast with  the vibrant red colour of the fruit. This is not an ideal solution, but it is the only one she has.
By Evans Mathanda Jun. 4, 2024

Mnangagwa’s Harare investigation queried

Mnangagwa last month appointed the commission led by retired judge Justice Maphios Cheda to investigate the City of Harare’s management and council on issues dating back to 2017.
By Kenneth Nyangani Jun. 2, 2024

Govt focuses on solving Byo water challenges: Ziyambi

Responding to questions from legislators last week, leader of government business in Parliament and Justice minister Ziyambi Ziyambi said councils had been struggling
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 14, 2024

ED appoints Harare Commission of Inquiry

After completing its findings the Commission will submit a report to the President “within three months of completion of the Inquiry”.
By Ropafadzo Makosi May. 11, 2024

Harare chief clerical officer arrested

Chisango is employed as a chief clerical officer in the council’s finance department, while Zhuwao is the director of Greenway Multiple Agency (Pvt) Ltd.
By Trevor Mutsvairo May. 3, 2024

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 Apr. 19, 2024