By Tobias Mudzingwa
Vice president Cde Kembo Mohadi says there is need to come up with sustainable solutions to bring back the sunshine city status to the capital city of Zimbabwe - Harare.
He described the city’s current status as a menace.
VP Mohadi said this in his opening remarks during a consultative workshop on restoring the former glory of Harare, held at Munhumutapa building in the capital yesterday.
VP Mohadi also called for non-politicisation in the running of local authorities, saying this negatively impacted on efforts to improve the image of the capital city.
The meeting comes in the wake of clashes between members of the public and law enforcement agents last week, when city of Harare declared that commuter omnibuses should not travel within the central business district.
The clashes left two dead and several others injured.
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