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Harare City goes dry

Harare City Council (HCC) has announced an emergency shutdown of Warren control waterworks treatment plants today and on Tuesday, a move which will result in Harare residents going without water for at least two days.

Recalling councillors costly to service delivery

The escalating battle of political control within the MDC-T has seen another wave of recalls that have claimed 11 councillors in Harare, in the process crippling service delivery and political representation.

ED following in Mugabe’s steps

THE Harare Residents’ Trust (HRT) urges residents to keep praying for Zimbabwe, but most importantly, to voice their concerns on the ill-treatment of citizens who dare exercise their freedom to share information in the public interest.

Harare South youths get lifeline

Harare South youths have turned to income generating projects following a series of successful life skills training conducted by Restless Development, Silveira House and Hopley Can Change Initiative (HCCI) in a bid to eradicate robbery, prostitution, early child marriages and…

Mataranyika makes history in students union

Twenty one year old Abiona Mataranyika emerged winner of the University of Zimbabwe Students Representative Council (SRC) elections becoming the first female president of the council. Mataranyika a French and Portuguese student beat her rival by a record number of…

Council nurses plead incapacitation

Zimbabwe Urban and Rural Council Nurses Workers Union president Simbarashe James Tafirenyika said his members were not on industrial action but were incapacitated and cannot afford transport fares among other basics to be at work. Tafirenyika made the remarks at…

Sand blasters vow to remain put

Illegal sand blasters in Harare South wetland between Mvurachena and Eyestone have vowed to continue with their business despite being fined or the urgent need to preserve wetlands, saying it is their only source of income. In interview with Zimsentinel,…

Civil society News

Community Water Alliance, Gweru Residents Forum urge government to fix Typhoid outbreak

      By Collins Chirinda   The Gweru Residents Trust in collaboration with Community Water Alliance have issued a list of demands to the government and relevant ministries to address the typhoid outbreak in Gweru. Following typhoid outbreaks in…

Civil society Politics

Leave No Youth Behind speaks on July 30 elections period

By Zim Sentinel Youth advocacy organisation and civic pressure group Leave No Youth Behind, which was active in mobilizing youths to vote in the July 30 polls,  has released a statement in which it raised concern on the post-election violence…