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Zimbabwe govt to implement Smart Cities

Tuesday, 23 Nov 2021
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The government of Zimbabwe is looking to implement the Smart Cities project in accordance with the country’s newly released climate policy.

The goal was to establish climate-resilient architecture and carbon-free towns within Zimbabwe.

The government recently opened 28 staff residences built for government employees as part of the Beitbridge Redevelopment Programme which aims to convert the border town into a mid-size city.

The addition of the residences brings the total number of F14 houses built for government employees in Beitbridge to 52. A storm recently damaged the roofs of around five of the new dwellings and the roofs of many private residences.

In addition, as part of the USD 300 million Beitbridge Border Modernisation project, 16 blocks of garden apartments are being built to house 64 families, while another border staff town of 264 is being built.

The government was eyeing the establishment of Zimbabwe’s smart cities at Melfort, just east of Ruwa in Mashonaland East, Chirundu in Mashonaland West, and Figtree in Matabeleland South.

The government had to limit and adapt to the ongoing consequences of climate change, which was partly caused by the First World’s industrial revolution.

The government was in the process of mobilising additional resources to ensure that all stalled national housing projects across the country were completed, achieving the goal of ensuring that all Zimbabweans have access to decent and affordable housing, as outlined in the recently released Zimbabwe human settlements policy.

The government was also implementing innovative construction technology to reduce costs and speed up the construction of more housing units.

 
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