Harare Residents Trust

  • Local

    City council to slash down maize in suburbs

    HARARE City Council plans to slash maize planted on undesignated land amid concerns chemicals from fertilisers used by farmers are contaminating the city’s water sources. There are also fears over alleged crimes taking place under the cover of the maize fields. City of Harare’s public relations manager Michael Chideme warned residents last week that “the law will take its course”.…

    Read More »
  • Local

    Harare City Council proposes shocking rates for 2021

    AN average high-density suburban householder will be paying $1 736 a month from January for basic services, while a family in the modest Mabelreign middle-density suburb will be hit by monthly bills of $4 558 under proposals announced by Harare City Council in its new budget. Already, residents’ associations are attacking the proposals, which are still subject to objections, since…

    Read More »
  • Local

    Residents slam city council for reinstating ‘corrupt’ managers

    HARARE residents have slammed the Harare City Council after it reinstated senior and middle managers with pending corruption court cases, saying the officials could tamper with evidence and interfere with witnesses in an attempt to cover for their crimes. According to the recent Human Resources and General Purposes committee minutes, the council resolved to recommend the reinstatement of those with…

    Read More »
Back to top button