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Robert Mugabe Highway which leads to Mugabe’s rural home in Zvimba is being resurfaced at a cost of $500 000.

Zvimba Rural District Council chief executive officer Peter Hlohla told NewsDay yesterday that the Transport ministry was resurfacing the Robert Mugabe Highway using funds sourced from the Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara).

“That is a national road, it is being it is being resurfaced by the Ministry of Transport using Zinara funds. As Zvimba Rural District Council, we are not involved in that project,” he said.


This comes at a time most of the country’s road network is in a poor state and when the ruling Zanu PF is pushing to have Mugabe’s rural home declared a national monument in honour of the veteran politician.








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