Vic Falls starts emergency road repairs after receiving $20 000 for Zinara

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Victoria Falls Municipality has started fixing roads after receiving $20 000 emergency road maintenance funds from the Zimbabwe National Roads Agency (Zinara). The roads were damaged by major rains in recent months.

Victoria Falls Town Clerk Mr Ronnie Dube said:

We have embarked on a project to clear storm drains and attend to potholes after heavy rains left excessive damage. Most of our road network was destroyed by the rains and we are currently assessing and quantifying the damage.

We received $20 000 for emergency work as part of a disbursement from the Road Network Fund and already we have started with Syringa Road. We will be doing all roads because as a tourist destination we need to have a good road network that attracts visitors.

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Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls is a resort town located in the Matabeleland North province of Zimbabwe. The town is located on the eastern border which separates Zimbabwe from Zambia. Before the colonization of Zimbabwe by the British, present-day Victoria Falls was home to the Tonga community. The... Read More About Victoria Falls

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