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Mupostori in trouble for turning 6 kids to vendors

Mupostori in trouble for turning 6 kids to vendors

A BULAWAYO-BASED member of an apostolic sect appeared in court yesterday charged with turning his six children aged between seven and 14 years into vendors instead of sending them to school.

Vendors in Vendaland

Vendors in Vendaland

Recently I took a leisurely stroll through the streets of Harare.

PICTURES: Byo vendors, Woza demostrate against ban

PICTURES: Byo vendors, Woza demostrate against ban

Local Government minister Ignatius Chombo banned vedning on urban streets and gave a June 26 deadline for traders to vacate pavements. Bulawayo Streets continue with business as usual.

Masvingo removes vendors from streets

Masvingo removes vendors from streets

Masvingo City Council yesterday vowed to comply with government’s directive to drive out all illegal vendors operating in the central business district despite fierce resistance by vendors’ associations

Byo holds stakeholders’ meeting with vendors

Byo holds stakeholders’ meeting with vendors

TOP Bulawayo City Council officials are expected to hold a crunch stakeholders’ meeting with vendors in the city today to discuss the emotive issue of informal trading and move them to designated sites.

Gvt dragged to court over vendors

Gvt dragged to court over vendors

INFORMAL traders under the banner of Zimbabwe Informal Sector Organisation (Ziso) on Friday filed an urgent High Court application seeking to interdict government from using the military in a planned street clean-up exercise.

‘Clamp down on noisy vendors’

‘Clamp down on noisy vendors’

BULAWAYO United Residents’ Association (Bura) has appealed to the local authority to clamp down on vendors who are using loud hailers to advertise wares saying they are contributing to noise pollution.

Vendors praise city council

Vendors praise city council

BULAWAYO City Council has given vendors the green light to operate in the city centre to avoid running battles between traders and the city authorities, Southern Eye has learnt.

Gweru vendors take over public toilets, charge use fees . . . as strike paralyses council operations

Gweru vendors take over public toilets, charge use fees . . . as strike paralyses council operations

VENDORS in Gweru have reportedly taken advantage of the ongoing council workers’ strike and grabbed all public toilets in the city where they are now charging for use of public toilets in the central business district and pocketing the money.

Mayor engages vendors

Mayor engages vendors

BULAWAYO mayor Martin Moyo is today expected to engage vendors on a number of issues that include the contentious allocation of licences, bays and harassment of traders by municipal police.

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