‘’…kuda kune vamwe vanogona kufunga handizvo kuti ndinopihwa US$25 pamwedzi kuti ndive Mayor, tarisai gwaro remuhoro wangu waNdira (payslip for January).
I think Harare City is a business entity, let’s leave politicians to work with planners. When it’s time for business let Harare run as a business then we can rediscover our sunshine city and minimise this role of the central government. This devolution thing is an illusion, it is illusional. We want real devolution so that big business, SMEs and everybody can sit in the chamber and say we want to make Harare great again
Harare urged to consider alternative energy sources to escape huge ZESA bill Harare City Council has been urged to consider adopting alternative energy sources as a way of reducing its power bill from ZESA. Electricity constitutes about 32.52% of the council’s ZW$8.6 billion creditors book as of 30 September 2022. Presenting the proposed 2023 budget […]
Your Worship, I move that leave be granted to present a Statement of the Estimated Revenues and Expenditures of the City of Harare for the 2023 Financial Year.This is in compliance with the Constitution of Zimbabwe, Amendment (No.20) Act. 2013 (Section 276), Public Finance Management Act (Chapter 22:19) as amended Section 47 and Urban Councils […]
Norton Legislator Temba Mliswa says MDC-T leader Douglas Mwonzora is helping Local Government Minister July Moyo to entrench corruption in local authorities. Most local authorities in Zimbabwe are failing to provide effective service to residents due to issues of corruption and mismanagement of resources. However, the Norton legislator Temba Mliswa is of the view that […]
Introduction According to Section 149 of the Constitution, read together with Standing Order No. 191 and Appendix E, every citizen and permanent resident of Zimbabwe has a right to petition Parliament to consider any matter within its authority, including the enactment, amendment or repeal of legislation. Parliament received five petitions from the Masvingo United Residents […]