Stray Animals

Hwange Local Board is concerned about the ever-increasing number of livestock (cattle, goats and sheep) roaming around suburbs. These stray animals are not only disturbing the peace of residents, but menacingly destroying vegetable gardens at a number of households....

Mining in the National Park Banned

ENVIRONMENT, Climate Change, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu will tomorrow visit areas, which had been earmarked for mining activities within Hwange National Park. The tour by Minister Ndlovu, which is being coordinated by Love for Africa...

Introduction of E-Newsletter

HWANGE Local Board (HLB) is proud to announce the introduction of its first edition of the monthly e-newsletter. The e-newsletter will contain issues concerning latest developments and activities being undertaken by the local authority towards its drive to offer...

Tour of Council Projects

Today, the Councillors, being guided by Council Officials, had a tour of projects currently being undertaken by the Council. Below is a summary of the projects visited. 1. Construction of Council Offices – the offices would be located at one of the Council’s premises...

Fumigation of Corona Virus Hotspots

Hwange Local Board, in partnership with Hwange Colliery Company and the ZRP engaged in an exercise to disinfect hotspots within the town against coronavirus. The exercise shall continue today, and residents are urged to adhere to lockdown regulations. +2 4,382 People...
COVID-19

COVID-19

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a new virus.The disease causes respiratory illness (like the flu) with symptoms such as a cough, fever, and in more severe cases, difficulty breathing. To protect yourself, please do the following: 1....