Responding to Ruvheneko Parirenyatwa on Capitalk FM, Ozias Bvute revealed how he came to own 4 000 stands in Harare. Bvute said he gave Mliswa 200 stands in Crowhill so that he will not be pestered over how he acquired Crowhill farm.
I think that Crowhill farm, was a farm with 1 500 hectares which I bought many, many years ago through a commercial transaction that I did. With the passage of time, Harare happened to get to where Crowhill is and the total number of stands that Crowhill has when you then subdivide 1 500 hectares it comes to 4 000 stands.
Bvute said he will not remove people that illegally acquired stands in Crowhill. He claims the people had the stands illegally sold to them and he is trying to reach an agreement with the owners of the stands to service them.
Ozias Bvute is a Zimbabwean entrepreneur and non-executive board member of Metropolitan Bank and board chairman of the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ). He also served at various capacities at Zimbabwe Cricket. He was elected Member of Parliament for Goromonzi North in... Read More About Ozias Bvute
Ruvheneko Parirenyatwa is a Zimbabwean radio personality, Master of Ceremony (MC) and a youth activist known mostly for her hard-hitting interviews with guests on her former radio show with ZiFM Stereo. Ruvheneko currently works for Zimpapers as Projects Manager for the company's Radio Broadcasting Division.... Read More About Ruvheneko Parirenyatwa
Capitalk FM (also referred to as Capital 100.4 FM) is a commercial talk radio station broadcasting to the Harare city. It is owned by the Zimbabwe Newspapers (Zimpapers). The station was launched in 2016. The station was initially known as KE100.4FM. The name changed later... Read More About Capitalk FM