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Young people donate wheelchair

MUTARE- Manica Youth Assembly (MAYA) donated a wheelchair to Tonderai Chirara on the 29th of November in Sakubva, Ward 1 under the Give Back to the Community project (GBC). Tonderai’s wheelchair was now cutting some parts of his body due…

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Rural folk responding to COVID-19 vaccination exercise

Mr Mahembe (seated): health officer seen here assisting Sister Zvoushe (in white) of Chapanduka Clinic helping learners with the vaccination process. The recently introduced vaccination exercise of younger citizens mostly school learners aged 16 years and over is currently ongoing…

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Neglected Chipinge rural ward remembered

Chipinge rural ward 21 which was hardly remembered by the government and the local authorities has recently received a boost of 5 boreholes after ZimSentinel published a story of a water crisis that was ravaging the area. Ward 21 councilor…

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Chitungwiza residents welcome the installation of boreholes

The City of Chitungwiza has moved in to address the perennial water problem to at least bring relief to restless residents who have endured water shortages for far too long. Media Centre has been following issues to do with water…

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Masvingo council moves to install sewer system for Garikai settlement

The City of Masvingo has finally moved in to address the problem of critical social services that were lacking in the past especially the construction of a more functional sewer system for the Garikai housing settlement. Media Centre produced and…

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Impact tracing: Community up for electrification

Following the publication of our story titled, “Nightmare for Epworth as residents endure endless power blackout” which exposed the unequal electricity distribution between the country’s developed and marginalized communities, work has already been initiated to address the abnormality. Electrical engineers…