Vendors now out of control

EDITOR — Harare’s streets have become so dirty that it boggles the mind how the city fathers still want to refer to it as the Sunshine City.

There is filth wherever you go, something we were not used to way back.

The number of street vendors seems to increase by the day and night.

The increase in the number of vendors has added more litter to the streets of the central business district.

We are all aware that there are no jobs in this country but the number of vendors in the central business district has become a huge problem that even after the harmonised elections the government will not be able to handle this crisis.

Many streets and pavements are impassable because of vendors.

The government and the city fathers need to bring order in the central business district and give these vendors delegated places to sell their wares from.

Please do something about these vendors and bring back the sunshine to our “Sunshine City”.

Nomatter

 

Comments (3)

There is a lot that needs to be done to restore the city to the Sunshine City. It has now become a public toilet which in turns poses serious health issues. What is the City Council doing about it? Absolutely nothing.

shelley miles - 26 June 2018

Ummm , some of those folks may do things like - kutora tsvina iyoyo then maironga zvakanaka naka , e.g ma plastics kwawo ega , ma bhodhoro kwawoega , then ma 'khasi' emabhanana kwawo ega etc. In few mo time muchange makutitengesera waste yacho yakarongedzwa - $250/ton something like that.

Prince Robhengura ku Bhuruwayo. - 30 June 2018

havana kwekuraramira hama. mabasa hakuna

mESO - 4 September 2018

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