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As the continuing rains threaten normal ways of life and movement we share a message of alert!
Harare City Council is investigating circumstances that led to the allocation of residential stands 50 metres from Marimba River in Budiriro 5 Extension next to Marange Shopping Complex following the flooding of several properties in the area due to heavy rains.
In light of the current outbreak of typhoid in the city circumstances on the ground have forced us to take drastic measures to contain the spread of the disease.
I seek to address the issue of urban agriculture which has been wrongly interpreted in the media. The impression that has been given of Harare City Council is that of an institution bend on frustrating the people.
We have recorded four cases of positive typhoid which include the one for the girl who passed on. So far we have 14 people receiving treatment at Beatrice Infectious Diseases Hospital. They are all out of danger and could be discharged anytime today. Of the three positive cases (live people) two have since been discharged. We are encouraging people with headaches; high temps; stomach aches and any other pain to come and receive free treatment.
Harare City Council is attending to suspected typhoid cases in Mbare following the death of a 13 year old girl. We are still investigating to confirm whether the death was a result of typhoid.
Mufakose soccer fans and surrounding areas are set for exciting times after council agreed to repair Mufakose Stadium to meet the Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) and Premier Soccer League (PSL) standards for Division 1 matches.
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