Source: CCC urges its councillors to assist BCC run business operations – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY SILAS NKALA BULAWAYO City Council (BCC) has grown its cattle herd to 526, and several goats, while it also has 2,5 hectares of sorghum as it embarks on farming ventures to get more revenue. This was revealed yesterday during an assessment of BCC business entities by a six-member council business committee. Residents had called on council to find other means of earning revenue instead of relying on rates in order to improve service delivery in the city. Ward 9 councillor Donaldson Mabutho (Citizens Coalition for Change, CCC) told Southern Eye that his business committee comprising six councillors and the city economic developer went on an assessment mission to find out what was happening in the council business units, including farms and commercial entities. “Our first port of call was our farms. We found out that there are 526 cattle which are bred by the City of Bulawayo. We have Boer ...
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