Infrastructure

  • GOVERNMENT COMPLETES MAJOR ROAD CONSTRUCTION IN VICTORIA FALLS 

    By Staff Reporter As the government gears itself for the expansion of the tourism sector in line with vision 2030, one of Victoria Falls’ major roads has been given a huge facelift. Pioneer road was constructed under the Emergency Road Rehabilitation Programme, and has since been opened to the public. “The completion of this project is an exciting development, it…

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  • GOVERNMENT LAUNCHES HOUSING STRATEGY 

    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…

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  • ZINARA AND ITS PARTNERS COMMENDED FOR INCREASE IN REVENUE COLLECTION 

    By Staff Reporter The Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (ZINARA) and its partners have been commended for increasing revenue collection. Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Transport and Infrastructure Development chairman, Oscar Gorerino said ZINARA, INSTATOLL and ZIMTOLL have also implemented convenient systems that make payment methods accessible to members of the public. Mr Gorerino said “The tollgates are an infrastructure for government,…

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  • GOVERNMENT PROCURES NEW ZUPCO BUSES 

    By Staff Reporter As the Government continues to implement the National Development Strategy One (NDS1) President Emmerson Mnangagwa has commissioned 115 ZUPCO buses, to provide the travelling public with efficient, safe, reliable and affordable transport in both urban and rural areas. Speaking to journalists the President said “Indeed, this event marks the 8th commissioning ceremony of buses, following the launch…

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  • GOVERNMENT ADOPTS MORE ROADS FOR REHABILITATION 

    By Staff Reporter The Government says after the successful adoption and rehabilitation of 32 roads in Harare, more roads are set to undergo the same process, as the emergency road rehabilitation program broadens. This was said by Transport and Infrastructure Development Deputy Minister, Mike Madiro. Minister Madiro said the Government has met its major targets and has completed road works…

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  • THE ROAD REHABILITATION PROGRAM MOVES TO HIGH DENSITY SUBURBS

    By Staff Reporter The Government will now take the Emergency Road Rehabilitation Program (ERRP) to the country’s high-density suburbs, after over 20 years of neglect by urban councils. Through the Zimbabwe National Road Administration (ZINARA) the Government will disburse ZWL$16 billion to the country’s four road authorities for road maintenance works. ZINARA spokesperson, Tendai Mugabe confirmed that they will disburse…

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  • $300 BILLION SET ASIDE FOR INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS: MTHULI NCUBE

    By Staff Reporter Finance and Economic Development Minister Proffesor Mthuli Ncube says the Government has set aside over ZWL$300 billion for the ongoing infrastructure projects across the country. Proffessor Ncube revealed this after a key indaba  meeting with strategic players in the construction industry this morning. The Minister reaffirmed the Government’s commitment to ensuring that contractors doing Government projects are paid…

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  • GOVERNMENT ON MASSIVE NRZ RECAPITALIZATION DRIVE

    Staff Reporter Although many have written off the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) as a defunct parastatal in the country, it continues to put in place measures to not only remain operational but improve its efficiency as a reliable transport provider. The government has embarked on a huge recapitalization drive for  the NRZ which led to a two billion Zimbabwean dollar…

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  • PARASTATAL REFORM AGENDA BEARS FRUIT

    By Staff Reporter The Second Republic’s  parastatal reform agenda has resulted in the transformation of a significant number of state-owned enterprises in the past few years. This has seen parastatals registering significant progress, with some shifting from being loss making institutions to becoming massive profit making organisations and even declaring a dividend to the government. One such parastatal is the Zimbabwe…

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  • MAROVANYATI DAM EASES WATER CHALLENGES

    By Staff Reporter The government’s rural development agenda continues to spread around the country, with Murambinda  becoming the latest to benefit. Murambinda growth point was known for  perennial water challenges with some even going for years without proper access to water for irrigation or household consumption. Water challenges are however a thing of the past at the growth point following…

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