Tuckshops demolitions

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    Harare City Council demolishes Mbare Magaba informal market | PHOTOS

    HARARE City Council workmen have razed down illegal structures in Mbare Magaba area, leaving thousands of informal traders facing huge losses and a bleak future. Residents have reacted with anger to the demolitions saying while sanity and orderliness were necessary, households have nothing to survive on except what they get from sales the streets. The traders could be seen milling…

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    Local authorities raze down illegal structures in Harare, Chitungwiza

    HUNDREDS of informal traders who had built shacks and shelters on road verges and the sides of the roads in Harare Metropolitan province had their structures demolished yesterday after they failed to heed a three-day ultimatum to vacate their illegal premises. Illegal traders have mushroomed on road sides, selling building materials, furniture, garden supplies and even cars among their goods,…

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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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