Fire Destroys Zanu-PF Offices

Police confirmed to The Herald that Zanu-PF offices in Caledonia, on the outskirts of Harare, were burnt down yesterday morning in act of suspected arson.

The building also housed Tongoville Housing Cooperative offices and all documents on the allocation of stands were destroyed in the fire. Zanu-PF Caledonia chairman Eliah Hamandishe said the fire was discovered by a passer-by around 4am, who then alerted some residents. The Fire Brigade attended to the scene around 5am, but it was too late to save the documents and property. The building had a thatched roof. Hamandishe suspected some illegal land dealers might have burnt the office. Said Hamandishe:

We suspect that the arsonists could have used petrol because of the extent of the damage. All the documents have been burnt. Some illegal land dealers felt that the land commission was getting all the information from our office, so (that might be the reason why) they could have burnt the offices. The fire destroyed all the property and some water pipes. Surveyed and approved plans that were in the offices were destroyed. We only managed to get some few documents. We have reported the matter to police.

More: Herald

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