Residents told the former prime minister they were building structures haphazardly and drinking unprotected water from wells while council did not provide any service.
'As the Youth League we are 100 percent against Mutasa … We want our leaders to expel Mutasa'
The government assisted the bereaved families, mostly from Tsholotsho with burial expenses.
Human rights lawyer and Reagan-Fascell Democracy fellow, Arthur Gwagwa, said the speech was very comprehensive and touched on issues of great importance to America.
Uncollected garbage and littering have become an epidemic blighting Zimbabwe’s cities, including the capital Harare, paradoxically known as the Sunshine City.
Nine of the deceased are from Malila and Malanda in Tsholotsho, while two are siblings aged seven and eight, from Matjinge area in Bilingoma, Bulilima
The National Aids Council says plans to decentralize funding of HIV/Aids programs to the district level are at an advanced stage
This comes amid reports that some indigenous farmers who grabbed white commercial farms are partnering with white farmers or being used as fronts.
Alexandra Betts says now is the time for millions of Zimbabweans, who have almost deserted the nation, to look back and start working towards a prosperous country.
In a statement released Tuesday, Delta Corporation said consumer spending which is traditionally higher in December was subdued.
Indications are that land ownership still remains unresolved since all land in the country now belongs to the government.
Local Government Minister Ignatias Chombo and Transport Minister Obert Mpofu on Monday visited dozens of injured passengers who are admitted at Parirenyatwa Hospital.