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    Bulawayo City Council hikes rates nearly five times

    BULAWAYO residents will as from January next year be forking out more in council rates and rentals after Government approved the local authority’s 2020 supplementary budget. According to a notice by the Bulawayo City Council’s town clerk, Mr Christopher Dube, rates will be going up by 372 percent, with the new charges expected to reflect in residents’ January 2021 bills.…

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    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…

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  • Business Briefs

    Gweru city council now charging in forex

    GWERU City Council has started charging rates and levies in both local and foreign currency. The accounting system at Trade Wise has been configured to accommodate those paying using forex. In Midlands Province, the local authourity joins Kwekwe City Council which also introduced dual pricing at the beginning of the month. Government urged businesses to display both US dollars and…

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