Articles tagged 'hosea chisango'

Harare won't charge in US dollars' 10 January 2019 HARARE - Despite the continued economic hardships, Harare residents will not be compelled to pay their water bills solely in United States dollars. In an interview with the Daily News, Harare City Council Town Clerk Hosea Chisango said residents would still pay through the normal channels and ...
New twist to Augur-HCC saga 3 December 2018 HARARE - Augur Investments (Augur) and the Harare City Council (HCC)'s land saga has taken a new twist after the company defended the deal, claiming everything was done above board and accused the city council of pursuing a false and malicious agenda. This comes after several reports of allege...
Harare wants Zacc to probe Augur 6 November 2018 HARARE - Harare City Council (HCC) has resolved to have deals signed between the city and Augur Investments investigated by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) to check their authenticity. The decision comes after councillors argued that some of the deals had been signed without fol...
Council purchases iPads for councillors 29 October 2018 HARARE - The Harare City Council (HCC) will purchase iPads for councillors, conceding that the electronic gadgets were vital if the city fathers were to discharge their duties efficiently. This comes after the councillors had given town clerk Hosiah Chisango up to October 31 to provide them wi...
Boreholes stripped of chlorinators 26 October 2018 HARARE - Boreholes installed by the Harare City Council to counter water shortages in high-density areas have been stripped of their inline chlorinators, thus putting communities in great danger of contracting waterborne diseases. Town clerk Hosea Chisango said they discovered this during an a...
Police here to stay 26 September 2018 HARARE - The police will continue to patrol the streets of Harare while confiscating wares of those vendors resisting relocation to designated vending sites. “We have commitment from the Zimbabwe Republic Police that they are going to assist our municipal police until the situation reaches a s...
'New Harare town clerk must prioritise service delivery' 22 September 2018 HARARE - Harare City Council's new town clerk Hosea Chisango must push the service delivery agenda ahead of trivial issues, residents said yesterday. Chisango who has been the acting town clerk since December last year, replaces Tendai Mahachi, who left town house in 2014. Before Chisango t...
Harare appoints Chisango as town clerk 21 September 2018 HARARE - Harare City Council has substantively appointed former director of water Hosea Chisango as its new town clerk. Chisango had been acting town clerk since December after Josephine Ncube was suspended.  Ncube, facing charges of abusing council funds, had served as town clerk since 2014. ...
Delays in refurbishment of Harare waterworks 25 May 2018 HARARE - Delays in the release of money secured from China's Export Import Bank by the Harare City Council (HCC) have affected the refurbishment of Letombo, Alexandra Park and Warren Control water stations. In 2013, Zimbabwe signed a $144 million loan facility with China Eximbank to fund upgra...
Resignations as Council probes illegal water connections 12 March 2018 HARARE - Harare City Council (HCC) has launched a probe into illegal water connections, a move which has seen workers resigning in fear of being nabbed. According to ordinary council minutes, the local authority placed bulk water meters in areas occupied by co-operatives, which are being illeg...
Harare seeks $650m for water revamp 19 January 2018 HARARE - Harare City Council has said it requires $650 million for the rehabilitation of the city's water distribution network. In an interview with the Daily News, director of water and acting town clerk Hosea Chisango said the network was in bad shape as most of the pipes were over 60-years-...
Harare water crisis worsens 8 June 2017 HARARE - In more depressing news for  Harare residents , the city council has warned that it will continue to cut water supplies even after it completes the refurbishment of its biggest water treatment plant — Morton Jaffray (MJ) — which is expected to increase supplies to both industry and domes...