Policy Tracker Budget Tracker Price Tracker
Social Services

Restore sanity to unplanned urban land development while improving social amenities in the urban centres.

In Progress

Resolving of land disputes for 15,000 conned home seekers.

Herald

    

Feb. 3, 2020

The 15,000 legitimate stand owners in Nyatsime, Chitungwiza, should have title confirmed, while illegal occupants settled by land barons should be evicted, the Commission of Inquiry into the sale of State land has said. Sixteen politicians and cooperative executives identified as land barons, the commission said, should be prosecuted.

Previous Updates

Commissioning of the Sakubva Renewal Project

Herald

    

Dec. 19, 2019

President Mnangagwa yesterday commissioned the Sakubva Urban Renewal Project, an initiative to modernise the old and run-down suburb and turn Mutare into a Smart City in line with Government’s Vision 2030.

The project is being bankrolled by BancABC and the first phase will see an injection of US$8 million by the bank.
It is a tripartite arrangement spearheaded by Plan Infrastructure Development (PID), with Mutare City Council making 225 hectares available.

 

Launch of the urban renewal programme

Herald

    

Sept. 3, 2019

Government has roped in Harare City Council on the Mbare Renewal Project which will see the construction of new infrastructure in the capital’s oldest township, town clerk Engineer Hosiah Chisango has said. The initiative was spearheaded by Government, through the Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing, which is working on new city designs and urban regeneration projects based on the concept of the modern and self-contained smart city.

President Mnangagwa fulfills Mbare Promise

Herald

    

May 7, 2019

President Mnangagwa toured Matapi Flats in Mbare, Harare, to inspect renovations being undertaken by the Government as his administration fulfils its promise to refurbish the dilapidated hostels. The Head of State and Government visited the area last year, a few days before the July 30 elections after an inferno left 65 families homeless and promised to provide decent homes for the people of Mbare.

    

None