Harare Mayor Herbert Gomba’s First 100 Days

On 19 September, incoming Harare Mayor Herbert Gomba set himself some goals to be completed in his first 100 days of office. It’s December – some deadlines have passed, and the others are coming up soon!

By 31st October Mayor Gomba committed: To capture all properties in Hopley in the BIQ system and construct major link roads by December 2018

By 30 November 2018 Mayor Gomba committed: To complete the construction and commission of Kuwadzana Library; To complete construction and commission Hopley Clinic.

By 28 December 2018 Mayor Gomba committed: To do overlays of 8km of roads in CBD; To do road markings and signage for all roads within the CBD; To do 40km road reseals spread in Harare; To renovate First Street; To repair and maintain street lights for 5 streets including painting of light poles; To complete construction and commission of Tariro Primary School; To green CBD road islands, Harare Gardens and Africa Unity Square (Attend to J Nyerere road island including dealing with illegal parking on islands); To ensure adequate water supply and ablution facilities for all markets across the city; To resolve 100% of all water leaks and restore water supply to the CBD.

From the Mayor

Action

Help us track the mayor’s progress. His thirteen promises are pretty ambitious – what’s his score so far? Let us know using the hashtag #GombasGoals or you can email / WhatsApp your feedback on info@kubatana.net / +263 779 567768

Feedback

I am surprised that the are no plans have been put in place to tackle the problem of litter in the CBD. It seems the city council is not winning the war against vendors because of economic problems. But awareness programs are not very expensive more can be done to raise awareness on littering especially targeting the vendors. More bins should be provided in the CBD. The bins should be constantly be emptied. Big up to the city cleaners ,every morning the sweep the streets but within minutes the streets will be dirty. Please do something about the dirty city. Help us HCC its terribly wrong to leave the city in that condition.
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