Will Mnangagwa's Clean-Up Day Eliminate Trash in Harare?

Mounds of waste in garbage dumps around Zimbabwe's capital are hindering the citizenry's confidence in the government. Trash cans or bins overflow with garbage - but this could be a thing of the past if, like Rwandans, Zimbabweans take the national clean-up campaign seriously.

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Photo: The Herald

Harare City Council workers collecting garbage in residential areas (file photo).

  • Zimbabwe:   National Clean-Up Preparedness Brief

    The Herald, 3 January 2019

    The Environmental Management Agency has lined up activities to raise public awareness on the National Clean-up exercise. Download the full brief here. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   National Clean-Up Launch Historic

    The Herald, 12 December 2018

    Up launch was a historic day on the Zimbabwean calendar as the people of Zimbabwe from all walks of life took it upon themselves to make the environment clean, in all parts of the… Read more »

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