The government is working on massive road rehabilitation and construction exercise which will cover more than 26 thousand kilometers of the country’s road network this year. The government recently declared the country’s road network a state of disaster and has taken it upon itself to address challenges in road infrastructure including funding gaps for various
The Emergency Road Rehabilitation Programme 2 in Zimbabwe has gathered momentum. According to Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa, the Zimbabwean Cabinet was informed by Vice President Constantino Chiwenga who chairs the Rehabilitation Programme committee that as the programme gathers momentum, sufficient resources have been mobilised for works on critical, high impact roads to
Victoria Falls City council has embarked on a massive road maintenance programme and needs about $45 million to rehabilitate a combined 33km of its road network that was damaged by rains. The new city got an allocation of $30 million from the Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) hence it has started repairing the damaged roads.
The Government has adjusted vehicle tolling and licensing fees keeping in line with the prevailing economic situation and to ensure that the Zimbabwe National Road Administration ) adequately supports road authorities with meaningful disbursements for road development and rehabilitation. The new tariffs contained in the latest Government Gazette are with effect from today. According to
LOCAL companies, which were allocated residential stands by the Hwange Local Board (HLB) at Empumalanga Phase 7 have stepped up efforts to soon commence construction, the HLB has revealed. Empumalanga Phase 7, which is one of the biggest housing projects in Hwange is expected to play a significant role in reducing the ballooning waiting list of