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PRIVATE VOLUNTARY ORGANIZATIONS ACT Regulations, 1997

PRIVATE VOLUNTARY ORGANIZATIONS ACT (CHAPTER 17:05) Notice of Application for Registration of a Private Organization Cancer Control Society. Notice is hereby given in terms of subsection (2) of section 9 of the Private Voluntary Organization Act (Chapter 17:05), that an application for registration has been made in respect of: 1. Name and Address of Private Voluntary Organization: Cancer Control Society, No 36 Keynshamburg Farm, Gweru Rural Midlands Province. 2. Aims: i) Creating a bridge between cancer patients and specialist medical doctors whilst the financially...

PRIVATE VOLUNTARY ORGANIZATIONS ACT Regulations, 1997

PRIVATE VOLUNTARY ORGANIZATIONS ACT (CHAPTER 17:05) Notice of Application for registration of a Private Voluntary Organisation Notice is hereby given in terms of subsection (2) of section 9 of Private Voluntary Organization Act (Chapter 17:05), that application for registration has been made in respect of: 1. Name and Address of Private Voluntary Organization: MIDLANDS WOMEN EMPOWERMENT NETWORK (MWEN), NO: 426 WOODLANDS PARK, PHASE 1 GWERU 2. Aims and objectives of private voluntary organization proposes to render i) To motivate women to develop entrepreneurial skills, thus...

CITY OF GWERU REGIONAL TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT(CHAPTER 29:12)

NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF USE IN TERMS OE SECTION 26(3) OF THE ACT Notice is hereby given of an application to carry out the following development on the Remaining Extent of Subdivision A of Stand 470 Gwelo Township, Gweru situated along 9th Street. It is proposed to establish a Liquor Wholesale and Retail Outlet on the above mentioned property. The Remaining Extent of Subdivision A of Stand 470 Gwelo Township is in the Residential Zone 1E, in terms of...

Man caught with two snakes

A Gokwe man, Polite Ncube (26) was brought before the Kwekwe Magistrate Court after he was caught in possession of two live black cobra snakes and was fined to pay US $200. In a statement by the National Prosecuting Authority of Zimbabwe, it is said that Polite Ncube was convicted and sentenced to pay a fine of USD 200 after being caught in possession of two live black cobra snakes. He was charged with contravening the Parks Wildlife Act which is...
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