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Hwange government-led developmental projects lauded

Story by Tichaona Kurewa

THE Hwange community in Matabeleland North has expressed satisfaction with various government-led developmental projects being implemented in the province.

ZANU PF supporters who attended victory celebrations at Matetsi in Hwange West constituency this weekend applauded the Second Republic for implementing several developmental projects across the country.

These include road rehabilitation, resuscitation of irrigation schemes and opening of closed mines, among others.

A villager said, “There are several projects being implemented for the youths recently, Kamativi Mining Company opened in Kamativi, opening new doors for young people.”

“The mainstay of this area is tourism and the government did the right thing by expanding the Victoria Falls International Airport which has seen more tourists coming to Victoria Falls,” said another.

“The opening of the Kamativi Mine also gives opportunities for our husbands and children, we appreciate it,” added a villager.

The winning councillors indicated that they are now preoccupied with implementing various infrastructure development projects such as roads, water provision, schools and health centres construction.

“The focus is now on delivering the election promises. We did it before and we will continue to do so. This is the best way to thank the electorate for voting for ZANU PF,” said Councillor Vulindlela Mhlanga.

Speaking on the sidelines of the victory celebrations, the party’s leadership committed itself to promoting inclusive development using locally available resources.

“We have a lot of resources here such as national parks, coal and others Let’s all come together and exploit these resources for the development of our communities. Let’s remain united all the time as people of Hwange District as division will always cost us votes,” said ZANU-PF Secretary General, Dr Obert Mpofu.

In the 2023 General Elections, ZANU PF won nine council seats up from two in 2018 under the Hwange Rural District Council.

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