Gweru Mayor commissions three tractors
GWERU City Council has taken delivery of three tractors valued at US$93 000 through a partnership
with a local car dealer, Dulys Gweru branch.
The development comes at a time when the local authority needs more equipment to cater for
various services and projects being initiated in the city.
Speaking during the commissioning of the tractors, Gweru Mayor Councillor Hamutendi Kombayi
hailed the private, public partnership with Dulys company which is also playing its part in the
development of the city.
''I am excited with the progress that we are making as Gweru City council and I am thrilled to
commission these three brand new tractors which will be of great use to the city through the various
services that they are going to be used to do,'' he said.
Cllr. Kombayi said the three tractors will be issued to Gweru Town House, Mkoba and Senga
respectively and this is being done to decentralise operations for the benefit of the city.
The Mayor said the local authority is expecting new yellow machines by end of this week and a
compactor by the end of March 2023.
He applauded Dulys Company for partnering with the council to buy the three tractors saying that
the partnership has brought development to a progressive city.
Dulys Gweru Business Unit Manager, Peace Mango said they were happy to be working with the
council to ensure that equipment that is used to service the city is bought and used effectively.
He said Dulys is going to rehabilitate Ireland Robert Mugabe road and work has already commenced
to fix the road.
We have also written to the City of Gweru that we start fixing some of the damaged street lights in
the Central Business District as a way of doing social responsibility to our beloved city of Gweru he
Dulys will also supply garbage bins in the CBD to discourage people from throwing litter everywhere
and thereby create unplanned dumpsites.
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