CORAH FM Live on Channel Zim today @ 1pm

1pm - 1:20pm
In our NEWS presented by RUTENDO MUQAGA, Consumer Council of Zimbabwe warns of serious economic implications to residents if Harare City Council continues borrowing money, AND, Chitungwiza residents want their local authority to come up with long term solutions to worsening water situation in the town.

1:20pm -2pm

In the programme RIGHTS WATCH, LOYCE MURENGAMI looks at the constitutional right to information. She speaks to ordinary citizens on whether they are enjoying this constitutional right.


In AROUND HARARE, YEUKAI looks at the ongoing engagement between vendors and Harare City Council in an attempt to create better relations between these two. He will speak to National Vendors Union of Zimbabwe leader Steyn Zvorwadza.

3pm - 4pm

In YOUTHS UNLIMITED, LOYCE hosts SAYWHAT programmes manager to discuss issues of sexual reproductive rights amongst college students.

At 3:30pm, RUTENDO will be on CHILDREN'S ISSUES looking at how parents and guardians are reportedly not informing children on anti-retroviral therapy that they are HIV positive. The programme will look at the implications of informing or not informing the children of their HIV status.


4:20pm -5pm

TINOTENDA will then close the day's programming with ZVIRIMUGAPU, discussing on reports that there are some individuals going around the country looking for old Zimbabwean $2 notes and are said to be paying US1 500 for each note. You can phone live in the studio on +263 4 782199 or Whatsapp now +263 771 611761I.

Important message to our listeners

We hope that CORAH will be able to broadcast smoothly at 1pm today. Please note we have been experiencing challenges emanating from maintenance work being done at Channel Zim. Apologies to our listeners.


Refuse situation worsen in Kuwadzana

Miss Earth Zimbabwe Sandiswe Bhule has encouraged Kuwadzana residents to carry out their own clean-up campaigns and not wait for council to act as the problem of uncollected garbage continue to worsen. Speaking during a clean-up campaign in the area on Monday, Bhule urged residents to be innovative and think about recycling litter.

‘The situation here is deplorable but as residents, you need to do something and clean up this area to protect yourself from diseases. It is not a good idea to just wait for council action, organize yourselves and collect all rubbish and dump it in appropriate areas. You also need to think about recycling litter and you can actually make money out of this,’ said Bhule.

Kuwadzana residents who attended the campaign said they are living in fear of disease outbreaks as heaps of uncollected refuse continue to mount especially at Kuwadzana 1, 2, 4 and 5 shopping centres. Almost all major and small roads in the suburb are characterized by flies-ridden garbage, a situation that expose residents to diseases.

‘It has been long since council collected bins in Kuwadzana and when they come, they do not cover all areas. Instead they concentrate in areas that have less litter, this is quite surprising,’ said Richard Shaya of Kuwadzana 2.

Harare city council has been failing to collect bins especially in high density suburbs. It has often blamed funding as a major constraint to service delivery but residents have argued services must be provided because since rates and bills are being paid.

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