Titambire paChitungwiza Municipality

First  Choice Town With  Abounding Opportunities For  Investment By 2023

Site visit of the Muda dam

The dam is expected to provide clean raw water, which will be purified at Prince Edward Water Works

Chitungwiza Municipality Head Office

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Chitungwiza Municipality Proposed Civic Center

Proposed Civic Centre designs and layout plan

Chitungwiza Municipality intends to construct a state-of-the-art Civic Centre at Town Centre as its headquarters.

Currently, the local authority is being housed at Zengeza Primary School, in Zengeza 2 along Tilcor Road.

Once the multi-million dollar facility is completed, will be the epitome of attraction in the town.

Events

Civic Centre groundbreaking ceremony

Chitungwiza Municipality is set to conduct a groundbreaking ceremony on 19 October 2020 at Town Centre, Seke South.

The event will be graced by high-powered delegation from Government, among the guests will be Harare Metropolitan Province Provincial Development Coordinator, Mr Tafadzwa Muguti.

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Public Notice

PUBLIC NOTICE
TO ALL BENEFICIARIES OF RESIDENTIAL STANDS IN LONGLANDS AND BRAEMER AREAS, NYATSIME ESTATE HOUSING SCHEME
OPENING OF FILES AND SIGNING OF LEASE AGREEMENTS

NOTICE is hereby given, in terms of section 152 of the Urban Council Act, [Chapter 29:15], that people who were duly allocated stands listed below are being invited to call at the office of the Director of Housing and Community Services at the Municipal Head Office for purposes of having files opened and lease agreements signed for the stands. The stated beneficiaries are implored to come in person with their original offer letters as issued by Council.

Phase Stands Range
3535-3812
11858-12077
12921-12961
12967-13131
13426-13561
15414-15546
14793-15143
15148-15409
13132-13425
13562-13840
13841-14792
CHIZIVISO KUVAGARI NEVATERERI VEDZIMBA

Tine chikumbiro kuvagari nevatereri vedzimba muno muCHitungwiza
maringe nenhau yekubhadhara kana kuti kuterera kwamunoita dzimba
pamwechete nemvura.
Chikumbiro chedu chinoti kana muchibhadhara muchishandiza nzira
yeEcocash. Pamunenge mave kubhadhara, pamunobvunzwa akaundi
nhamba “account number,” munofanira kunyora iya inenge iri pamapepa
edzimba nechekumusoro kurudyi.
Semuenzaniso munoshandisa *151*2*1*44997*mari yamuri
kubhadhara*Akaundi nhamba yenyu#.
Vazhinji vedu tirikushandisa account nhamba isiri iyo izvi zvinozopa
dambudziko kuno kukanzuru kuti mari dzenyu dzinge dzichienda
kwakafanira. Naizvozvo tinodzokorora kuti musashandise maAkaundi
nhamba asiri iwo.

TRADING SITES FOR SMALL TO MEDIUM ENTERPRISES
Chitungwiza Municipality wishes to inform all registered Small to Medium Enterprises
(SMEs) traders to visit their respective District Offices (St Mary’s, Zengeza, Seke North
and Seke South) for allocation of trading spaces.
Council has 26 designated sites with an estimated carrying capacity of 5 741 in all the
districts ready for occupation and we are advising traders to take the opportunity. In
addition, those who may have been affected by the ongoing clean-up operation are also
encouraged to visit their respective districts for registration at a fee determined by
Council.

Mayor’s Board

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Statement By Mayor Maiko on demolitions of illegal businesses on road servitude.

Council has noted with great concern an outcry caused by a press statement issued
yesterday (June 1, 2021) by the Acting Town Clerk, Mrs Evangelista Machona warning
residents against operating businesses along Council and State Roads servitudes in
Chitungwiza.
As Council, we believe in the sanctity of human life as is enshrined in our National
Constitution and the Holy Bible. It was not the intention of Council to cause alarm and
despondency through the press statement. Council is alive to the plight of residents
surviving on informal trade and small-to-medium scale enterprises who need safe working
stations. In that regard Council will always strive to provide informal traders safe working
spaces that do not expose them to danger.
Your attention is also drawn to the fact that Council does not operate in isolation, but
works in conjunction with other Government departments. State-roads fall under central
Government through the Department of Roads in the Ministry of Transport and
Infrastructure Development. Council is not anti-people, but always seeks to engage
informal traders to identify safe spaces for them to conduct their businesses. Residents
should be assured that it is not the intention of Council to disturb the means of survival of
informal traders.
Therefore Council shall continue on a path of engagement and consultation with
stakeholders on all matters of mutual interest. Our view is that the informal sector must
be organized while Council is supposed to be an enabler creating a conducive

Speeches
By-laws

COVID-19 vaccination first dose.

Chitungwiza Municipality’s Health Department wishes to inform the general public that
it is now in possession of the COVID-19 vaccination first dose.
It is in this regard that all those that intend to get the first dose should visit the following
centres; all Council Clinics, Chitungwiza Central Hospital, Zimbabwe Republic
Police, and Citi-Med Hospital starting tomorrow 8 July 2021.
However, we would like to plead with the public to be patient and bear with us as the
team administering the vaccine will be overwhelmed since it is also offering routine
services to children and adults.
For further information please contact the following
Dr Kasu +263 712 832 801
Matron Munyukwi +263 712 843 581
Mr Mukuya +263 772 634 359

Social Distancing at Food Outlets

Queues are a common feature in Zimbabwe especially in supermarkets and other food outlets. It is therefore important to ensure that these outlets do not become sources of COVID-19 transmission. One of the best strategies to prevent transmission is to practice social distancing. Social distancing involves standing or sitting 1 metre away from the next person.

Mandatory Mask or Face Covering

 The mask or face covering should cover your nose, mouth and chin, without gapping. Wearing a mask or face covering is an additional measure we can take to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and keep each other safe.

# Stay Safe # Defeat COVID-19

  • Avoid close contact with anyone with a cold or flu-like symptoms
  • Maintain a distance of at least a meter from the next person
  • Wash hands thoroughly with soap and running water

About us

Chitungwiza Municipality is located 25 km from the capital City, Harare.The name Chitungwiza was derived from Dungwiza, the village of legendary prophet Chaminuka. Chitungwiza is rated the third largest urban settlement after Harare and Bulawayo.

 

Emergency Service Numbers

Department         Contact Number

Water                      +263 712 845 337

Refuse                     +263 712 843 583

Fire                          +263 775 010 323

Roads                     +263 772 697 826

Electricity              +263 712 845 334

Sewerage               +263 712 843 580

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Contact Us

  • Public  Relations 
  • phone: +263712 843 478
  • email address publicrelations@chitungwiza.co.zw
Enquiries
  •  Finance
  • phone : +263 716 800 636
  • email   :  nyikadzinor@chitungwiza.co.zw
    Revenue
  • phone :  +263 712 235 666
  • email   :   revenue@chitungwiza.co.zw
  • Credit control
  • phone : +263716 800 581
  • email  :  creditcontrol@chitungwiza.co.za