Gwanda rolls out master plan consultations Gwanda Mayor, Clr Thulani Moyo

Sukulwenkosi Dube-Matutu, [email protected]

THE Gwanda Municipality has embarked on a consultative process to capture input from various stakeholders as part of the process of renewing its master plan.

The master plan is a statutory document, which will guide the town’s development trajectory and pace in response to President Mnangagwa’s “Call to action- no compromise to service delivery”

In a statement Gwanda Mayor, Councillor Thulani Moyo said the input from residents was key in development of the master plan.

“All residents and stakeholders are encouraged to actively participate and provide their online and through available platforms. Thus process is of great importance. It’s my sincere hope that together we can collectively develop Gwanda, ensuring that no one is left behind as we strive towards a modernized and industrialised future in line with Vision 2030.

“My office in collaboration with councillors is committed to providing quality service delivery without compromise,” he said.

President Mnangagwa officially launched the blue print on “A call to action- no compromise to service delivery: first stage of interventions to modernise the operations of local authorities towards a 2030 vision”.

According to the blue print, the quality of service provision by local authorities should be in line with a standard upper middle income economy. An urgent and immediate requirement is for local authorities to achieve acceptable service delivery levels and observe all applicable laws.

Every local authority should from an organisational, systems and physical planning perspective, be in a state to develop a road map towards a 2030 vision status. Government will come up with minimum service delivery levels to be achieved by all local authorities.


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