Demolitions Hailed for Bringing Order

By Correspondent Informal traders and vendors were not benefitting the Norton Town Council (NTC) and revenue will actually improve in the aftermath of demolitions, an NTC official has said. Speaking to one local publication Reggie Gavara, the NTC Public Relations Officer, says they was a lot corruption which now has no room to thrive following…

Demolitions to Continue, Ruled as Legal

By James Martin The Ministry of Local Government and Public Works has ordered the resumption of demolitions of Small and Medium Enterprises’ informal structures in urban centres countrywide. This follows a final court ruling that the demolitions are legal. A week ago Chitungwiza Residents Trust and Kushinga Epworth Residents Association won a temporary interdict against…

Demolitions Won’t Work, Again

By Correspondent Over the past weeks various Councils have been going around demolishing illegal structures which are dotted around their towns and cities allegedly at the behest of a government directive. Amidst the turmoil and crisis of a Covid-19 lockdown government and Councils came to the resolution that destroying sites for informal traders was the…

Morton Jaffray Shutdown- Statement

There is going to be a partial shutdown of the Morton Jaffray water Treatment Plant today from (1600hrs) to tomorrow (Friday 1 May 2020) (1800hrs). During the shutdown pumping to Lonchivar Water Reservoirs that supply water to the western suburbs will continue. The shutdown is to allow for the installation of a pump at Warren…