Environmental Management Agency (EMA

  • Turning waste into cash

    By Christina kutsakarira  A Chitungwiza Family finds a better way of living through turning rubbish plastics bottles from dump sites into money despite being regarded by many as dirt job. Mai kachitigo started selling plastics in 2017 before her husband died, they used to sell to agents but as time went on their business expanded. “I started this business with…

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    Mutare City Council bans use of farm-bricks

    MUTARE City Council in compliance to Environmental Management Agency (EMA) banned the use of farm bricks in the City.This was said by Mutare Spokesperson Spren Mutiwi on Mutare Residents whatsApp platform. “Council in compliance to the Environmental Management Agency Order banned the use of farmbricks in the city. “The ban was also necessitated by the Cyclone Idai disaster. “The idea behind the ban…

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    Heavy rains, flash floods expected

    THE Metrological Services Department has warned the public to take necessary precautions as it anticipates heavy rains that could cause flash flooding in certain areas across the country. This comes at a time when the country has been eagerly awaiting the rainy season to commence following months of hot weather, which saw water levels in major water bodies, including Kariba…

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