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We close at 3:30pm


We close on weekends and public holidays


Our emergency services and clinics daily (including weekends and public holidays).

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Chitungwiza Health Centres

Zengeza Poly Clinic

St Marys Poly Clinic

Seke South Poly Clinic

Seke North Poly Clinic

Chitungwiza Central Hospital

Visiting Hours

6am to 7pm

1pm to 2pm

6pm to 7pm

CitiMed Hospital

Visiting Hours

11am to 12pm

4pm to 6pm

Makoni 24 hr

St Marys 24 hr

Banks in Chitungwiza

Back in the day, nationally-acclaimed crooner of music of the soul, James Chimombe, sat down to pen a song which he titled Chitungwiza. A resident of Chi-town until his demise that robbed the city in particular and country in general of unique talent, Chimombe worked as a clerk at the Registrar-General’s office at Makoni (Seke North).In the song, he talks about a lost love and a desperate search in a very big area which he labels “musha mukuru.” True to the lyrics, Chitungwiza is no small place.

Justifiably, and as alluded to by former soccer star Stewart Murisa in his write-up somewhere

in this issue, time is nigh that we have a publication specifically for Chitungwiza, about Chitungwiza and by the people of Chitungwiza. Mutare has Manica Post, there is Chronicle in Bulawayo and even in the provinces there are papers published under the New Ziana (CNG) banner and these are Pungwe News (Mutare), Masvingo Star, Chaminuka News (Marondera), Nehanda Guardian (Bindura), Mashonaland Telegraph (Chinhoyi), Ilanga (Victoria Falls) and Indosakusa (Gwanda).

Now in Zvishavane there is a community radio station (Kaya FM). For a very long time the question has been: so who is going to tell the Chitungwiza story?Welcome to the first edition of ChiTowner, a communication medium specially published with an aim to connect service providers with the residents of our ever growing city, Chitungwiza.We envisage ChiTowner to be the residents’ best read, coming complete with a regularly updated website and social media platforms (i.e Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp and Skype).

Our content is designed to be informative, educational, entertaining and insightful and every issue of the paper includes sections/columns on topical issues concerning the youth, young couples and the mature alike. Generally, we look at issues that are of concern to our target readership such as current municipal matters; Health; Religion; Sport; Business; Relationships, Marriage and life in general. Feature stories and photographs on our Society, Culture and Lifestyle, as well as exclusives on celebrities and role models who shape and influence our lives and cultures, in the city will constitute a great deal of our content. The ChiTowner offers advertisers the opportunity to inform the readers about their products and services, and what sets us apart from other publications on the market is that we offer you a reputable, bankable brand with a wide readership.

The area of academia has generous space devoted to it with the objective of giving school-goers the chance to be assisted with their work, particularly those who are looking forward to writing their final public examinations. Initially distributed free of charge, The ChiTowner

is a 16-20 pages monthly newspaper published 12 times a year, and coming to you with a breath-takingly fresh issue once every month. For businesses whose target market is Chitungwiza, this is the best platform to reach out to it.

Our distribution covers the entire city and surrounds and our current print run is 10 000 copies meaning that on average, each issue reaches out to between 45 000–50 000 readers for every edition. We intend to grow our circulation to 15 000 by the end of 2016. We will distribute our paper for free at all Council offices (including Head office), residential suburbs, Government departments, academic institutions, hospitality concerns, leading supermarkets, public and private places.

Gilbert Munetsi

Chitowner Chief Editor