Michael Chideme

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    City Council says ED Mnangagwa Road now development corridor

    THE Harare City Council has designated Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa Road, formerly Enterprise Road, as a development corridor in response to demand by the local property owners who wanted to change use into commercial properties. The city’s spokesperson, Michael Chideme said investors were taking advantage of the council decision to accord Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa Road a development corridor. “The reason is…

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    City council demands US$30 daily per bus at Mbare Musika

    HARARE City Council has with immediate effect hiked bus ranking fees by 200 percent forcing long distance buses to shun the usually busy Mbare Musika bus terminus. Each bus is now expected to pay US$30 daily up from $10 with calculations showing that companies like Inter Africa with an average of 500 buses will have to fork out US$15 000…

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    Harare Council readies for tuckshop demolitions after ultimatum expired

    HARARE City Council has said the scheduled demolitions of illegal tuckshops across the city will continue with the owners currently being given ample time to put their house in order. In an interview yesterday, city spokesperson Michael Chideme said the demolitions will continue. “We are still giving the tuckshop owners time to organise removal of their structure,” he said. This…

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