Councillor Brian K. Sibanda

Councillor Brian K. Sibanda Brian K. Sibanda is an independant councillor candidate passionate and determined in serving the peo To serve the people.

04/12/2021

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29/11/2021

Melisa Chatikobo HARARE City Council will intensify its preservation of wetlands in order to help the local authority reduce the resources it... To access this post, you must purchase a subscription. Visit https://dailynews.co.zw/subscriptions/ to select a package

Dear motorist please exercise caution along Robert Mugabe Road in the CBD there are roadworks maintanance undergoing the...
29/11/2021

Dear motorist please exercise caution along Robert Mugabe Road in the CBD there are roadworks maintanance undergoing there

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Harare Provincial Development Coordinator Mr Tafadzwa Muguti says residents should protect wetlands so as to preserve water sources.
Speaking at an interactive stakeholder meeting on wetlands organized by the Harare Wetlands Trust at Town House Mr Muguti said Harare should have its own Environmental Action Plan that allows it to issue an environment impact assessment certificate.
"Local authorities in Harare Metropolitan Province should fully domesticate the Ramsar Convention and protect existing Ramsar sites and encourage the development of nature reserves on wetlands," he said.
Mr Muguti said people who name drop to instil fear while building on wetlands will not win.

17/11/2021

Council replaces old trees in Africa Unity Square
Council is cutting down old trees that pose danger to life in Africa Unity Square as part of the park renewal efforts.
Residents have previously urged council to renew the park by planting new trees and manicuring its surroundings.
The renewal project began last year with the planting of trees that are now three metres tall.
Old trees have been falling damaging vehicles, buildings, blocking roads, and posing danger to human life.
Council will soon renew the water fountains and beef up park security during day and night.
The park borehole will be replaced to ensure watering the park is continuous.
Council is partnering Meikles Hotel in the project.

16/10/2021

Brick. By. Brick.

This is how we rebuild .

Varun Beverages, which produces international brands such as Pepsi and Mountain Dew, will soon be able to produce 400 bottles per minute! 🇿🇼

How is your Saturday so far
16/10/2021

How is your Saturday so far

https://www.herald.co.zw/1-5-million-cars-moving-in-harare-cbd/
09/09/2021

https://www.herald.co.zw/1-5-million-cars-moving-in-harare-cbd/

There are 1, 5 million vehicles that traverse the streets of Harare’s central business district on a daily basis according to information availed by the Central Registry Vehicle, Local Government and Public Works Minister July Moyo has said.

Happy new week to you all. Please stay safe :D
06/09/2021

Happy new week to you all. Please stay safe :D

05/09/2021
Well done to the Warriors on your result. We hope for a much better result on 7th of September vs Ethiopia :D
03/09/2021

Well done to the Warriors on your result. We hope for a much better result on 7th of September vs Ethiopia :D

Today i managed to visit Glen View 2 High School early this morning and i saw some of the Form 4, Lower and Upper six sc...
01/09/2021

Today i managed to visit Glen View 2 High School early this morning and i saw some of the Form 4, Lower and Upper six school pupils returning for the 3rd term it has been a busy week. I am glad that all students and staff teachers have all been tested for Covid-19. And i urge the school to adhere to the Covid-19 regulations at all times

Happy new month everyone :D
01/09/2021

Happy new month everyone :D

Waste Management collection in Glen View.
31/08/2021

Waste Management collection in Glen View.

29/08/2021

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Patrenda Street, Glen View
Harare
263

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