The Harare City Council yesterday evicted Zanu PF youth who had invaded and set up illegal structures in Warren Park, Harare. Council has earmarked the land for housing co-operatives, among them Southpole, Westwood, Warren Hills and Walk in the Spirit, which were operating as consortiums.
Last month, High Court judge Justice Jester Charewa issued a default judgment against the respondents Agony Mosi, Tapiwa Kanyemba, Daniel Chingoma and Abicia Ushewokunze prohibiting them from building structures or visiting and interfering with the applicants allocated housing land at Warren Park Township, Harare, under plan number TPX/WR06/12. Acting on that order, the deputy sheriff with support of police on Tuesday started demolishing the structures erected by the youths who had settled on the 106 residential stands.
Warren Hills Housing Co-operative secretary Vusa Dzafunwa yesterday said the Zanu PF youths were still defiant.
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The Harare City Council is an administrative body tasked with providing services for residence of Harare, the capital city of Zimbabwe. Among other duties, the council is responsible for providing clean drinking water, housing and accomodation, refuse collection facilities and health services. Read More About Harare City Council
Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front (ZANU PF) is a liberation war movement/party that has been ruling Zimbabwe since the country attained its independence in 1980. The party's main agenda was to liberate the country from the bondage of settler regime led by Ian... Read More About ZANU-PF