Multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) is in on rise in the Harare, City Health Director Dr Prosper Chonzi has warned.
Residents have been warned against illegally settling on land reserved for public amenities as this may affect service delivery in the long run. Land barons have been parcelling land reserved for clinics and other amenities to unsuspecting residents.
The board mandated to turn around the fortunes of Harare Quarry held its inaugural meeting today and appointed Eng Phillip Pfukwa to run the affairs of the city’s strategic business unit for the next six months while the hunt for a substantive general manager and key personnel takes place.
Harare residents would appreciate that for service delivery to take place there has to be enough resources to fund the various service delivery activities. The city is faced with similar cash flow problems that are affecting any other sector of the economy and is also not immune to bill payment apathy by its various service delivery recipients.
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