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Tuesday 17 October 2017

Tower light demolished to make way for service station

A tower light that was at the corner of Chaminuka and Hombarume Drive was demolished to pave way for the construction of a service...

Residents, Media denied access to Council meetings and minutes

By Clive Tinashe Mapuranga Media practitioners and residents of Chitungwiza are being denied access to full council meetings and minutes which are charged an exorbitant...

Chitungwiza reinstates axed Director

The recently-appointed commission to run the affairs of Chitungwiza has reinstated axed director of urban planning services, Conrad Muchesa. By Albert Masaka The reinstatement was done...

Politically informed and active youth will make a better Zimbabwe.

By Jill Mangachena and Clive Tinashe Mapuranga CHITUNGWIZA youths engaged in peaceful discussions on political issues that affect them during a three-day training workshop held...

Mujuru blasts Mugabe’s sentiments

National People’s Party (NPP) led by former Vice President Joyce Mujuru held its first rally in Chitungwiza at Macheka ground St Mary’s on Saturday...

Grassroots youth political leadership workshop held in Chitungwiza.

By Tatenda Choto Chitungwiza Community Development Network (CCDN) held a 3 day grassroots youth political leadership training workshop at Chitungwiza Publicity Centre with 30 youth...

ZANU PF disrupt public meeting

Zengeza 2 - ZANU PF youth displayed acts of barbaric as they disrupted a public meeting convened by Chitungwiza Resident Trust (CHITREST) at Mubayiwa...

Where is our 2,2 million jobs?

Young people in Chitunwiza have expressed disgruntlement over the failure by the Zanu PF government in providing them with 2.2 million jobs promised to...

Pupils face fees challenges as schools open for second term

By Mjamaru Chitownews reporters.- The excitement and joy of opening day reunions for most school children in Chitungwiza was short-lived on opening day as school...

Kasukuwere sets police on councillors

Helen Kadirire HARARE - Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere says police should now move in to arrest “corrupt” Chitungwiza councillors, who he suspended a fortnight...
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