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Tuesday 17 October 2017

CCDN conducts Gender Based Violence Road show

By Jil Mangachena Seke- Chitungwiza Community Development Network (CCDN) conducted a car rally and road show in commemoration of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based...

Chitungwiza Municipality threatens defaulting ratepayers with legal demand notices

The Chitungwiza Municipality is threatening residents who have outstanding municipal rates accounts with legal action by sending notices of legal demand. The 'notices of...

Young leaders help clean Bumhudzo Old People’s Home

By Abel Mamhunze St Mary's- A group of young leaders undergoing a Leadership Development program by CIVNET visited Bumhudzo Old People’s Home on the 28th...

Youths in Chitungwiza reject ‘bond notes’.

By Margret Chogugudza- Chitownews citizen reporter. Youths in Chitungwiza reacted with shock and anger to government’s decision to introduce bond notes to ease the cash...

Church monopolise community borehole

By Lenin- Chitownews citizen reporter Residents of Zengeza 3 living in the vicinity of Chiwenga street are up in arms against the caretaker of the...

Fire guts Batanai Grocery Shop in Zengeza 3

By Gift Kurupati & Margret Chogugudza - Chitownews citizen reporter. Zengeza 3- Batanai grocery shop at Zengeza 3 Shopping centre was reduced to ashes on...

‘Borehole pregnancies’ soar as water woes persist in Chitungwiza

By Sofia Mapuranga Chitungwiza-Tapiwa Nguwo is a two year old girl, whose instinct to explore is at its peak. Growing up in a community that spends...

35 Citizen Journalists Trained

By Cuthbert Mukora Unit L- Thirty-five Chitungwiza residents were recently trained to be Citizen Journalists by Chitungwiza Community Development Network (CCDN) through the Chitownews project...

Modern slavery for young women in night clubs

By Chitownews reporters- Margret Chogugudza and Mjamaru. When Vimbai Manyere (24), a single mother of one child got her new job as a bartender at...

Misery for former farm workers in Beatrice

by Admire Mutize, Chitownews reporter. Fifteen years after the Zimbabwean government launched the fast-track land reform program which ejected minority white commercial farmers from prime...
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