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City Converts Beerhall
Stephen Chadenga

Gweru converts beerhall into revenue hall
CASH-STRAPPED Gweru City Council has converted one of its defunct beerhalls, which used to be run by Go Beer, into a revenue hall to improve revenue collection.

Acting town clerk, Edgar Mwedzi said the new revenue hall will start operating next week to service Mkoba North and Woodlands residents.

“Work on the renovations is at an advanced stage and the revenue hall should be ready by next week,” he said yesterday.

“The complex will also house various departments, including those that deal with sewage and health services. We will start with the revenue hall and offices for other departments will come at a later stage.”

Mwedzi said the move was necessitated by the need to bring services closer to residents for their convenience. The revenue hall will be the second administrative office in the populous Mkoba suburb after Mkoba 6 council offices. Mwedzi said the project had cost council $20 000.

The revenue hall is expected to serve more than 20 000 households, which used to depend on administration council offices in Mkoba 6, a considerable distance from these suburbs.

Most of council beerhalls that used to be operated by Go Beer are now defunct, with a few sublet to private business operators.

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