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Beatrice Mtetwa and three officials from Prime Minister’s
office denied bail
for Democratic Change
The three senior
officials in Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s office, Warship
Dumba a Harare councillor, and human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa
were today denied bail at the Harare magistrate’s courts.
The five, who
are facing false charges, were remanded in custody to 3 April by
Magistrate Marehwanhazvo Gofa.
MDC led Beitbridge town council has successfully completed the construction
of the US$2, 3 million water and sanitation project, which will
go a long way in ending the perennial water woes in the border town.
the project was made available through the World Bank and Minister
Tendai Biti’s finance ministry.
started in March 2011 and was completed last February. The project
was initiated following an outbreak of cholera in 2008 that hit
Zimbabwe due to the political and economic failures of the then
Zanu PF government.
More than 4
000 people perished during this period while over 20 000 where hospitalised.
The outbreak was only halted when the MDC formed the inclusive government
in February 2009.
another MDC led council, residents have expressed satisfaction at
the rate the council is improving service delivery in the town.
said there were positive changes on the ground indicating that there
was work being done.
They said refuse
collection was now consistent while water delivery was now available
while all tower lights and roads were repaired.
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