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Town Clerk's Office The Town Clerk's office is made up of five key divisions namely: Audit, Information Communication and Technology (ICT), Corporate Communications, Supply Chain and Monitoring & Evaluation over and above his responsibility to provide an integrated development planning, performance management and reporting, and high-level co-ordination of municipal entity oversight. Chamber Secretary Mr Warren Chiwawa is the Acting Chamber Secretary for City of Harare his office is located at Town House. The Department is established in terms of the Urban Councils’ Act Chapter 29:15 and is responsible for central administration and secretarial services to Council.The Chamber Secretary is responsible for both the procedural and administrative functions of Council and ensures that:Committees of Council are properly constituted;Business is conducted in compliance with legislation, standing orders and corporate governance principles.Capacity building for Councillors;Effective public participation in Council’s decisions;Provides legal advice to Council and departments of Council;Deputises the Town Clerk in his absence;Handles twinning arrangements with other cities. Finance The Finance Department is located at Rowan Martin Building (RMB) currently, Mr. Godfrey Kusangaya is the Acting Finance Director.VisionThe Finance department through teamwork approach aims to be:Highly productive;Highly efficient;Highly economical in the use of resources available to it;Highly effective in the supply, use and dissemination of quality financial and accounting information;Accountable.Mission StatementTo provide a transparent and effective financial and accounting management service to Council Committees, Departments, Central Government and to all other stakeholders on an efficient and professional basis.Core ValuesIntegrity, Honesty and Openness;Disciplined and productive workforce;Quality Service;Team Work;Continuous improvement;Respect for individuals.Banking detailsAcc Name: City of HarareBank: CABS, 4th StreetFor Online Banking: 1002733316For RTGS: 1003655211 Harare Water The Harare Water Department is located at Old Mutual House corner Second Street and Speke Avenue. Engineer Victor Msikavanhu is the Acting Harare Water Director.VisionTo be a world class provider of sustainable potable water and waste water services by year 2020.MissionTo provide all consumers with affordable quality water and waste water services all the time.Core ValuesIntegrityInnovationCommitmentTeam WorkHonestyCustomer SatisfactionBrief OverviewHarare Water is mandated to:Supply potable water to Harare and the surrounding local authorities of Chitungwiza, Epworth, Ruwa and Norton Town Councils with a combined estimated total population of about 4.5 million people.Provide sewerage services to Harare Municipality with an estimated total population of about 2.5 million people.In discharging this critical mandate, the City is experiencing greater than ever pressure to improve the quality and reliability of service provision against aged and inadequate infrastructure, ever depreciating raw water quality, poor revenue inflows, insignificant external support, and ever increasing arrears among many high level challenges. Works The Department of Works is currently headed by Engineer Karidza on acting capacity. The department is headquartered at Cleveland House. The department is a multi-disciplinary engineering arm for the Municipality of Harare responsible for the maintenance and upgrade of the City’s infrastructure.MissionOur mission is to provide world class engineering solutions for the Harare metropolis and beyond.ValuesIssues close to our hearts are Safety, Health, Environment and Quality (SHEQ). The Department is driven by being fair to all our employees and a high degree of communication across all levels. Health Services The Health Services Department is headed by Dr Prosper Chonzi. His office is at Rowan Martin Building. The Health Services Department is charged with the responsibility of providing Primary Health Care services to the residents of Harare and ensuring the general health of residents. With its Head Offices situated at Rowan Martin Building (RMB) and its major services provided at two Infectious Disease Hospitals (Wilkins and Beatrice Road Infectious Disease) and a network of clinics that span the whole city. The department's growth or formation is traceable to 1915 when it was known as the Sanitary Department with a thrust on the control of flies and mosquitoes.VisionThe City Health Services Department to provide WORLD CLASS PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SERVICES by 2025.MissionTo provide world class primary health care services through the provision of comprehensive health services, education and promotion of good health, environmental health management, curative and rehabilitative care targeted at the most health vulnerable residents of Harare.Core ValuesThe department will be driven by the following core values:TruthfulnessRespectTeamworkCommitmentCommunicationInnovationStrategic FocusStrategic focus is the ability of an organisation to harness and direct all resources in one chosen direction. In order to achieve the vision as stated above, the department will focus or start moving in the following strategic direction.Strengthening and Capacitating DistrictsService delivery in the department is hinged at district level and the department believes that it will leverage and maximize the health impact of various programmes if it capacitates the districts.Quality AssuranceThe department will only become world class when it provides a quality service. The department plans to match and exceed international quality standards. It will seek to ISO certify most of its procedures and practices and all sections will be encouraged to benchmark with the best. The department will require, as a minimum, all sections to have standard operating procedures.Mainstreaming Child HealthThe department will work towards a deliberate strategy aimed at achieving an Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses (IMCI). Already the opening of a paediatric opportunistic infection clinic at Beatrice Road Infectious Diseases hospital is a first step towards a child HIV/AIDS health care service that will be rolled out to all the clinics.The HIV/AIDS ChallengeHIV/AIDS is the biggest health challenge facing the country and the city. It is the single biggest direct and indirect cause of morbidity and mortality. HIV/AIDS is also an important factor in almost all health programmes and this plan recognises the importance of a integrated approach.Priority Health IssuesThe department recognises that the city is facing numerous environmental challenges and that the city is sitting on numerous public health time bombs. Priority will therefore be given to strengthening the disease surveillance and epidemic preparedness and response capacity of the department and the city. The strategic plan also recognises the need to intervene to address the high morbidity and mortality due to cardiovascular diseases and malignancies, the need for more effective management of these conditions in a district hospital set up, the need for secondary level of care (district hospitals), the need to have a viable programme or mentally ill patients and the need to keep malaria out of Harare.Access to Essential DrugsAccess to health would be meaningless if patients leave the health institution without the requisite drugs. This plan recognises the importance of ensuring and sustaining 100% availability of vital drugs and 80% essential drugs in all the computerised stock management system.Organisational Development an TransformationThe successful implementation of this plan presupposes that the department fundamentally changes or transforms the way it transacts business with particular thrust on the following:Every employee should do what he or she is expected to do.The department needs to clearly define the city health way of doing things.The department will work like clockwork and do the right things right at the right time and work with surgical precision in all its operations.There are several skills or core competencies that the department has mastered over time. There is need to deliberately work on developing these organisational capabilities.Infrastructure DevelopmentThe department envisages the expansion of the city's health infrastructure in the next five years to address the "new health demands". This development will address the following areas:Address the new health demands of the low and medium density suburbs through the conversion of the Family Health Services to Satellite Clinics.The health care needs of the Central Business District (CBD) through the provision of a Satellite and Maternity health care service in the CBD.The refurbishment of existing infrastructure and equipment.The department has:-12 polyclinics – (three clinics in one with Maternity Unit, Primary Care Clinic and Family Health Services Clinic). These are located predominantly in the high density areas.Seven Primary Care Clinics15 satellite clinics. These will soon be 16 with the opening of Budiriro Phase 5 Clinic.Six Family Health Service ClinicsFour Dental Clinics.Gershon Dental at BRIDH is the largest and the rest are located within the polyclinics. Ideally each polyclinic should have a Dental Unit.Two Infectious Diseases Hospitals. Beatrice Road and Wilkins Hospital.Two specialist services:Medical Examination Centre which is critical diagnosis and treatment of communicable diseases. The City intends to take over the issuing of Food Handlers Certificates and this will be performed at MEC.Genito-Urinary Centre – an ideal clinic for the treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections. We have recently opened a Cervical Cancer Screening Clinic here.Strengthen The Utilisation of The Health Service FundExperience in the public sector has shown that retention and use of user fees at local level enhances the effectiveness of the health system. The city has a policy where it retains clinic fees for emergence and essential requirements. This policy has worked very well to ensure that the clinics and hospitals are kept functional. In fact it is partially through such policy that the city health service delivery remained functional when other services in other departments had grind to a halt in the past few years. However lately there has been a policy reversal.Cooperating Partners Policy and RoleThere is a renewed interest in health by various development partners. The department welcomes cooperating partners. Efficient coordination of the efforts of the various partners is important in ensuring optimal use resources. The entry and exit point for all partners in the department is the Director of Health Services' offices in Rowan Martin Building (RMB). Partners are expected to work within the department's vision and mission and the parameters set out in this strategic focus. Partners will operate with express written approval or Memorandum of Understanding from the department. The department will establish a one stop shop office under the Director of Health Services that will handle timeously all issues to do with partners. The department has identified several project and programmes it is working with partners and would want to further develop this partnership. These are include and are not limited to the following:Supply, procurement and distribution of drugs, vaccines and other medical sundries.Research and development.Health promotion, preventive health services, epidemic preparedness and response.STI/HIV/AIDS/TB prevention and treatment.Utilisation of Training Facilities at the Genito Urinary Center for STI and other health issues.Procurement and distribution of nutrition products and programmes.Procurement of equipment and other hospital/clinic supplies.Human resource development and organisational development programmes.Completion of buildings in Kuwadzana phase five clinics, Budiriro phase four clinic and Wilkins Hospital wards.Expanding and diversifying the service provisions at all council clinics especially those in the low and medium density suburbs.Setting up a mobile health service.Development of a Central Business District health service.Utilisation of excess capacity at the city health institutions.Complimentary Role of The Private Health SectorA Significant proportion of Harare resident access private health care. The city has a fairly developed private healthcare industry that currently complements the public health sector. However, this industry has been largely self-regulating and over time the industry structure has developed some monopolistic an oligopolistic tendencies and allegations of profiteering have been made. While the department recognises the important role of the private health sector in the provision of health services in the city, the City Health Department as the health planning authority in the city, needs to work closely with the Ministry of Health and Child Welfare to regulate and ensure an efficient private health care industry. Human Capital The Human Capital Department is currently headed by Mr Bosman Matengarufu on acting capacity. The Human Capital activities are anchored on the following Human Capital Strategy:VisionTo attain excellence in human capital services by year 2017.MissionTo achieve excellence in the sourcing and deployment of skills, ensuring a harmonious industrial relations climate, attractive and sustainable remuneration, continuous staff development, welfare and safe working environment.Core ValuesThe Core Values indicate what we hold dear and are the platform from which we derive effectiveness. Our core values as a department drives our strategic priorities and focus and are as given below:CommitmentProfessionalismIntegrityLoyaltyTeamworkInnovationDependabilityThe Strategic Priorities/FocusThe Department crafted some key strategic priorities for the next 5 years which are:-To lead a Council wide approach to the support, reward, development and management of staff so that consistent levels of high performance are the norm.To build institutional capacity to achieve successful change in the short and long term, providing support for and building the leadership capabilities of managers.To establish and maintain effective relations with staff, individually and collectively and with their recognized Trade Unions to achieve high levels of employee engagement.To develop an environment that fosters employee well-being, respect for diversity and difference and in which there is no tolerance of unfair discrimination.To develop a manpower plan, in terms of size, composition and competence, integrated with financial and service planning, that underpins Council’s strategic aims.To develop and deliver Human Capital Management Information Systems, policies, procedures and provide a cost effective structure which actively supports increased levels of devolution of Human Capital responsibilities to user departments.To develop a customer focused role for Human Capital staff who become recognized and respected for the value they add to the work of Departments and the support through partnership they provide to managers.Key Enablers/Success FactorsHave a viable and equipped training centre by December 2014.Synergies with educational and professional institutions.Creation of a Skills database.Introduction of an electronic register.Embrace principles of performance management in a fair and transparent manner.Functional staff offices that have requisite staff.An efficient and effective HRMIS responsive to staff needs.Availability of well stocked and affordable canteen facilities to cater for employee welfare.Availability of an efficient grievance handling and employee relations system.Compliance with legislative and statutory requirements.Have a properly graded structure by December 2012.A robust human capital accounting system by December 2012.An optimal balance between tools and human capital.A succession planning system in place.Sound recruitment and promotion policies. Housing & Community Services TheHousing and Community Services Department is currently headed by Mr Innocent Sithole on an acting capacity who is based at Rememberance Drive in Mbare. Performance Contracts for Directors 2022 Performance Contracts between the City of Harare Town Clerk and Departmental Directors.
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What is the vision statement of the city of Harare? ›

Vision. Harare to achieve a WORLD CLASS CITY STATUS by 2025.

What is the vision of City of Harare 2025? ›

Vision: “Harare to achieve a “World Class City Status by 2025.” Values: COMMITMENT- Being customer responsive, dedicated, devoted, self-driven, creative and motivated towards attainment of our goals. INTEGRITY- Being consistent, honest, trustworthy and upholding ethical behavior in the deliverance of our mandate.

Who runs City of Harare? ›

It is composed of 46 councillors, each representing a different ward. It is headed by the mayor of Harare, who is assisted by a deputy mayor. The current mayor is Jacob Mafume of the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC), and the deputy mayor is Luckson Mukunguma of the Movement for Democratic Change Alliance (MDC A).

What is the background of City of Harare? ›

The city was created a municipality in 1897 and developed after the arrival of the railway (1899) from the port of Beira, Mozambique, becoming a market and mining centre. It was chartered as a city in 1935. Industrialization during and after World War II led to an influx of population.

What is the main aim of city Mission? ›

Key Objectives

The overriding objectives of the City Mission are: To provide rehabilitation services. To provide preventive services. To provide crisis and long term accommodation for men, women and children.

Why is Zimbabwe famous for? ›

Despite political turmoil, it is a rewarding travel destination. Much of Zimbabwe's tourism industry revolves around its incredible natural beauty. It is a country of superlatives, thanks to Victoria Falls (the largest waterfall in the world) and Lake Kariba (the largest man-made lake in terms of volume).

Is Zimbabwe a poor country? ›

It is hard to pinpoint a single cause of long-term poverty. Dictatorial and corrupt governments can make what could be a very rich nation into a poor one.
RankCountryGDP-PPP ($)
16Solomon Islands2,385
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What language do they speak in Harare Zimbabwe? ›

With over 10 million native speakers and many more second language speakers, Shona is the principal and most widely spoken language in Zimbabwe. The nation's capital city, Harare, is also predominately Shona speaking.

Is Harare a good place to live? ›

Despite the economic crash, Harare is still a beautiful city if you stick to its outskirts and its beautiful scenery and nature.

What is the meaning of Harare? ›

Harare in British English

(həˈrɑːrɪ ) the capital of Zimbabwe, in the northeast: University of Zimbabwe (1957); industrial and commercial centre.

What are people from Harare called? ›

Over 90% of people in Harare are Shona-speaking people of African descent. Harare is also home to many Ndebele people and Kalanga people as well. Roughly 25,000 White Zimbabweans live in the Harare metro area as well.

What is the economy of Harare? ›

In terms of GDP per capita, Harare's economic output per person at USD $2,901. The services sector accounted for the largest share – on average 60 per cent – of Harare's GDP, while the informal sector contributed about 40 per cent of gross value addition in areas such as transport, construction and manufacturing.

Why is Zimbabwe in Crisis? ›

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe blamed the hyperinflation on economic sanctions imposed by the United States of America, the IMF, and the European Union. These sanctions affected the government of Zimbabwe, asset freezes and visa denials targeted at 200 specific Zimbabweans closely tied to the Mugabe regime.

Why is Harare not a liveable city? ›

The reasons for such a low score Shumba stated had to do with shortage of health care professionals, poor service delivery and a lack of resources. “Health is a huge challenge to most residents.

Is Zimbabwe livable? ›

When considering life in Zimbabwe, crime and safety is of course a concern. City centers such as Harare continue to have many security challenges. With unemployment still high and the cost of living increasing, criminal activity extends to the low density suburbs where expats live.

What is the mission and purpose? ›

A purpose statement provides the reason or reasons you exist. It is about why you exist, whereas the mission is about what you do and for whom. This distinction is often difficult to extract from strategic plans or corporate websites.

Is city mission religious? ›

city mission, also called rescue mission, Christian religious organization established to provide spiritual, physical, and social assistance to the poor and needy. It originated in the city mission movement among evangelical laymen and ministers early in the 19th century.

What was the most important objective of the mission? ›

Answer: Mission is a general statement of how you will achieve your vision. Strategies are a series of ways of using the mission to achieve the vision. Goals are statements of what needs to be accomplished to implement the strategy.

How much is Zimbabwe dollar in usd? ›

1 ZWL = 0.003106 USD Feb 27, 2023 13:05 UTC

Check the currency rates against all the world currencies here.

What are 3 interesting facts about Zimbabwe? ›

If you are planning a trip to Zimbabwe, or simply intrigued about the country, here are 7 interesting facts
  • Zimbabwe is landlocked. ...
  • Zimbabwe has the most official languages in the world. ...
  • Zimbabwe is a multi-currency country. ...
  • Zimbabwe has five UNESCO World heritage sites.

What is the most popular food in Zimbabwe? ›

Sadza: This is the most common dish found in Zimbabwe and is stiff maize meal that is like a thickened porridge. It can be rolled into a ball and dipped into meat, sauce, gravy, sour milk, or stewed vegetables.

Is Zimbabwe a black or white country? ›

After the country's reconstitution as the Republic of Zimbabwe in 1980, whites had to adjust to being an ethnic minority in a country with a black majority government. Although a significant number of whites remained, many white people emigrated in the early-1980s, both in fear for their lives and an uncertain future.

Why is Zimbabwe so rich? ›

As other southern African countries, Zimbabwean soil is rich in raw materials, namely platinum, coal, iron ore, and gold. Recently, diamonds have also been found in considerable deposits. Copper, chromite and nickel deposits also exist, though in lesser amounts.

Which country is no 1 poorest country? ›

Which is the world's poorest country? Burundi is the world's poorest country followed by Central African Republic, DR Congo, South Sudan and Somalia as the poorest. The richest countries are Luxembourg, Singapore, Ireland, Qatar and Switzerland. Soberingly, 19 of the 20 poorest countries are all located in Africa.

Do all Zimbabweans speak English? ›

While the majority of Zimbabweans speak Shona (75%) and Ndebele (18%) as a first language, standard English is the primary language used in education, government, commerce and media in Zimbabwe, giving it an important role in society.

Is Harare water drinkable? ›

Harare's mayor, Herbert Gomba, has defended the city's water quality, insisting it remains safe to drink. “It's safe, according to reports from our quality team,” he said.

Is it safe to travel to Harare Zimbabwe? ›

There's a high risk of theft and other crime. Petty crime is common, especially in urban and tourist areas. Dangers include: mugging.

Is Zimbabwe wealthy? ›

Zimbabwe is one of the smaller economies and is currently ranked 105. If this is calculated per inhabitant, taking purchasing power parity into account, then Zimbabwe ranks 175th in the list of the richest countries. Inflation in Zimbabwe in 2021 was around 98.55%.

What is God in Zimbabwe? ›

Mwari also known as Musikavanhu, Musiki, Tenzi and Ishe, is the Supreme Creator deity according to Shona traditional religion. It is believed that Mwari is the author of all things and all life and all is in him. The majority of this deity's followers are concentrated in Mozambique, South Africa, and Zimbabwe.

Why did Harare change its name? ›

The Zimbabwean government began renaming cities, towns, streets and other places in 1982, hoping to remove vestiges of British and Rhodesian rule. The capital city, Salisbury, was renamed Harare.

What is your name in Zimbabwean? ›

What is your name? - Zita rako ndiani?

What race lives in Zimbabwe? ›

The Zimbabwe population is approximately 16 million, with a growth rate of 4.38%, the majority being of Black African descent (Bantu-speaking community), accounting for about 98% of the total population. The remaining 2% of the population comprises white Africans, Asians, and mixed-race people.

What race is Zimbabwe? ›

Demographics of Zimbabwe
Major ethnicAfrican - 99.4%
OfficialShona, Ndebele, English and 13 other minority languages
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Why is there so much poverty in Zimbabwe? ›

The pace of urbanization and structural transformation has been sluggish, limiting the opportunities for income growth. “Our analysis shows that climate change is one of the most severe risks Zimbabweans face in the coming decades, with serious ramifications on poverty, livelihoods, and food security.

Which part of Zimbabwe is poor? ›

In some areas rates of poverty in Zimbabwe have grown to exceed 90 percent. These include Lupane, Gokwe South and Mudzi. The cause of this can be traced back to the many problems plaguing the agricultural industry.

Why Zimbabwe is still poor? ›

Zimbabwe was once a rising economy in Africa, with its mining and agricultural industries propelling the country forward. However, Zimbabweans now struggle with war, internal corruption, hyperinflation and industrial mismanagement.

What is a vision statement for a city? ›

A vision statement presents the city council or municipality's ambition for the future. It can be a short phrase or a single paragraph that clearly describes the long-term goals, dreams, and aspirations for the city and its communities.

What is the vision and mission statement of sizanani? ›

The Vision of Sizanani Home and its outreach is to be a Centre of excellence that provide comprehensive care, development and empowerment for people with intellectual and physical disabilities in Southern Africa embodying Catholic Value.

What is the vision of the country? ›

A vision for a country means defining the situation we want to live in a future time that is significantly better in various spheres of everyday life than the situation we live in today. For example, we can all agree that we want to live in an environment with clean air.

What is the vision and mission of Ethiopia? ›

Ethiopian Airlines Vision and Mission. To become the most competitive and leading aviation group in Africa by providing safe, market driven and customer focused passenger and cargo transport, aviation training, flight catering, MRO and ground services by 2025.

What is a good vision example? ›

A good example of this is the nonprofit Oxfam. Oxfam's vision statement is to be “a self-organized people actively creating a just democratic and sustainable world where power and resources are shared, everyone lives in dignity, and poverty and inequality are no more.” This is a very future-oriented goal.

What is vision and mission example? ›

Mission statement: We strive to offer our customers the lowest possible prices, the best available selection, and the utmost convenience. Vision statement: To be Earth's most customer-centric company, where customers can find and discover anything they might want to buy online.

What is vision example? ›

Our vision is to create a better everyday life for many people.” That's aspirational, short and to the point. More than that, it sets the tone for the company and makes it clear that they're in the market to offer low-priced good furnishings that suit everyone's lifestyle.

How does Sizanani support the community? ›

Sizanani Home cares for children and young adults with a wide range of disabilities, such as Crebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Spina Bifidia, Epilepsy and Global Development Delay. Many of our children have servere to profound impairments and require 24-hours care.

How is Sizanani funded? ›

Nearly all of Sizanani's campers come from Soweto, Johannesburg's enormous township, to which many black Africans were relegated during South Africa's apartheid era. The children attend the camp free of charge; they are sponsored by Global Camps Africa and its donors.

How is Sizanani home funded? ›

Sizanani HBC receives funds and resources from many sources. Resources such as clothing items and toys are made available, on an irregular basis, by community members such as the local church and the women's circle. Funding and resources for the programme is made available by DoH, DoSD, and from private organisations.

Who has the best vision in the world? ›

It seems that the best eyesight ever reported in a human was in an Aborigine man with 20/5 vision! To give you an idea of how clear and far he could see, his vision measurement compares to the natural sight of eagles. From 20 feet, he could perceive the fine details that most people can only see from 5 feet away!

What is my vision and purpose? ›

Vision and purpose are similar in that they both provide direction and motivation, but they differ in meaningful ways. Your vision is the big-picture, impactful goal you are working towards, while your purpose is the specific reason you are pursuing that vision.

Why is vision the most important? ›

Sight and vision are important because they allow us to connect with our surroundings, keep us safe, and help maintain the sharpness of our minds.

What is the motto of Ethiopia? ›

2007 Schools Wikipedia Selection. Related subjects: African Countries; Countries
Flag Coat of arms
Motto: none
Anthem: Wodefit Gesgeshi, Widd Innat Ityopp'ya "March Forward, Dear Mother Ethiopia"
Capital (and largest city)Addis Ababa 9°01′N 38°44′E
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What is the slogan of Ethiopia? ›

Tourism slogan of Ethiopia: Land of Origins.

What makes Ethiopian Airlines unique? ›

As aviation technology leader, Ethiopian was a pioneer in ushering in new aviation technology into Africa including the first jet airplane as well as the first B767, B777-200LR, B787 Dreamliner, and787-9 in the continent. Ethiopian also led the way in operating Africa's first Airbus A350 XWB.


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