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Partnerships key for waste management says ZANU PF’s second VP, Cde Mohadi

Story by Tapiwa Machemedze

COMPANIES and rural district councils have been urged to partner in waste management to drive the growth of the recycling industry. 

The call was made by ZANU PF Second Secretary, Cde Kembo Mohadi at the monthly clean-up campaign at Mudhindo Growth Point in Guruve where he also planted a tree at Chifamba primary school.  

“Mudhindo business centre in Guruve headlined the monthly clean-up campaign in Mashonaland Central province. The independence theme continues in these clean-up programmes, also we say ‘nharaunda inocheneswa nevene vayo’

“I want to encourage the private sector to partner with RDCs in growing recycling initiatives. I look forward to a recycling sector which is a key contributor to the GDP,” he said.

The people of Mashonaland Central Province have also embraced the clean-up campaign.

“Mashonaland Central is happy with the clean-up campaign. When the programme started we reached out to all areas around the province and we went to the growth points such as this one,” said Mashonaland Central Provincial Director for Co-ordination, Mr Cosmas Chiringa.

The government is crafting a national recycling policy to guide the sector’s growth in line with national aspirations on waste management.

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