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THE Chitungwiza Junior Mayor has a number of activities lined up for the year according to the Mayor, His Worship Anesu Muchabaiwa.Clr Muchabaiwa was retrospecting on an eventful 2015 during which some of the high­lights included the hosting — for the first time - of the Day of the African Child at Nyatsime College during the last quarter of the year.  Muchabaiwa said hundreds of students from surrounding schools gathered in honour of the children who were massacred in South Africa in 1976, giving birth to the day in remembrance.

“After the national commemorations which were held in the Africa Unity Square under the theme: Twenty five years after the Children’s Charter: Accelerating efforts to end childhood marriage in Africa,” we had eight schools participating at Nyatsime and we had guest schools like Highfield High 1 and Oriel Boys High joining us.

“For the first time we decided to do our com­memorations at a local level and had a number of activities lined up. These included exhibi­tions by Youth Africa in Zimbabwe, CHISA and FSD.

“It was an event where we gathered togeth­er formal and informal institutions in the ed­ucation sector from around Chitungwiza and a speech by the District Education Officer, Mr Chimhanda, was delivered by a representative from his office. We also had soccer to entertain those present, but this year we hope to have more ball games played,” Cllr Muchabaiwa said.

The Junior Council was elected on Septem­ber 27 2004, and as part of the activities they have partaken during their tenure were a cleanup campaign at Makoni Shopping Centre as well as the organization of a Miss Chitung­wiza Junior pageant which was held at Chibuku Stadium. Renowned artists like Ninja Kid and Ras Pom­pi entertained the crowds then.

The Junior Mayor said a case study they had done showed that there was rampant use of drugs by the young people, and the effects of water shortage in the city was having an effect on the children as it was diverting their atten­tion from education to ensure they had the es­sential commodity in the home.

Since their assumption of office, Cllr Much­abaiwa said they had been exposed to a lot of things that included the implementation of the 10 point plan in Gweru where they were responsible for putting together a budget for the youths. “It was quite an experience inputting into this crucial national document. We had the chance to meet with the Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Hon Patrick Chi­namasa, who gave us an explanation of how the national budgets are executed and at this meeting we were able to appreciate some of the things we were not conversant with before. “We also had an insight into the impacts of imports and exports and are now not in a po­sition of complaining just for the sake of it, as we now know what is on the table with regards the national cake and why, in some instances, some funds are not forthcoming,” he said.