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Zimbabwe is going through a rough patch, if we can call 27 years of gradual decline a patch. No matter how resilient we are, the people of Zimbabwe are struggling. The unrelenting fight to survive, especially for adults with children of school-going age, has taken a toll on the collective mental health of our nation. […]
Council last month approved the appointment of three substantive directors namely Tendai Kwenda (Finance Director), Engineer Hosea Chisango (Director of Water), and Admore Nhekairo (Director of Housing and Community Services). The three new substantive directors were selected by council through the interview system and had their names forwarded to the Local Government Board who then […]
Harare Central Rotary Club and Rotary Club of Luzern-Seetal, Switzerland recently held a bonus payment presentation ceremony for artists that took part in the ‘Art for Charity’ project. The project coordinated by the two Rotary clubs raised funds to construct an ablution block for expectant mothers at Triashill Mission Clinic in Mutasa District of Manicaland. […]
City of Harare is currently working on logistics to roll out a concrete road pilot project on the Acturus Road. Roads in the Harare and the country at large are in a bad state due to poor maintenance blamed on a shortage of critical resources especially bitumen, and Harare has been touting the use of […]
Mayor of Harare Councillor Bernard Manyenyeni has publicly conceded that the much publicised Vision 2025 – a target set for council by his predecessor Muchadeyi Masunda for Harare to achieve world class by 2025 – is now an illusion. Speaking during his second State of the City Address, Manyenyeni described any reference to 2025 as […]
A Mile In My Shoes is a team who have come together to walk to raise funds for wildfire conservation. The team includes Kathy Trevenen O’Hara , a teacher at Yada College; she specializes in teaching children with learning challenges. She is joined on the walk by two team members namely Albert Nyerukai and Martin Billiat. […]