By Staff Reporter

The government through its National Housing Policy has approved the construction of various housing projects around the country.

Speaking soon after a cabinet meeting, National Housing and Social Amenities Minister, Honourable Daniel Garwe tabled government’s strategy to provide decent housing for all citizens according to Vision 2030.

“The President has pledged not to leave anyone or any place behind, so the process of regularisation has started. We have engaged the teams which will do the physical planning in line with the best standards to provide decent housing and social amenities. Cabinet has approved it. So, under this, Caledonia, Harare South and various other settlements will be properly planned and after this process title deeds will be given as enunciated by the President. So, it’s game on. No one will be left behind,” he said.

Construction has begun at more than 50 housing project sites with flats and other housing units now at different levels of completion. 

“We have flats in Dzivarasekwa now 70 per cent complete. We have other flats commissioned by the President and housing schemes handed over to the home seekers. This is what we want to make sure that all home-seekers are landlords by 2030,” he added.

The construction of new houses is in tandem with the Second Republic’s vision of providing decent housing to 220 000 people, before 2025.

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