Kasukuwere lifts ban on the sale of Gweru residential stands

Speaking to NewsDay, Gweru Mayor Charles Chikozho confirmed that Local Government Minister Saviour Kasukuwere lifted the ban on the sale of residential stands in Gweru’s newly-created Mkoba 21 suburb.

Said Chikozho:

We made an application on June 20 last year to the ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing seeking authority to sell stands in Mkoba 21. The minister (Kasukuwere) has now allowed us to sell the stands and we are now working on modalities to develop the stands.

Recently, council warned members of the public against buying stands from a private developer, Just Home Properties, which they accused of selling stands without the approval of the local authority.

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Formerly Gwelo, Gweru is the capital of the Midlands Province and Zimbabwe's third largest city. It is the main import and export centre as well the most accessible industrial center that oversees markets through South Africa to the South and Mozambique to the east. Read More About Gweru

Saviour Kasukuwere is a politician, businessman and farmer. He is the former Minister of Local Government, Rural Development and National Housing and former Zanu- PF national political commissar. He was expelled from Parliament as the (Mount Darwin South) legislator in November 2017 following the military... Read More About Saviour Kasukuwere

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