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    Chitungwiza residents welcome directive for Council to hold workshops locally

    CHITUNGWIZA residents have welcomed a Government directive ordering their local authority to suspend holding trainings and workshops outside its jurisdiction, while saving the money to clear a salary backlog. Unnecessary council generated meetings were also put on hold. Chitungwiza Progressive Residents Association secretary-general, Gift Kurupati, hailed the move. “The idea is good, we must promote local hospitality. It will also…

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