13 March 2017, CHIPINGE - Businessman and Chipinge South legislator, Enock Porusingazi says he is ready to repair some roads damaged by heavy rains of recent days as a way of bringing relief to villagers who are now finding it hard to travel.
Most parts of Chipinge district received above average rains which have wrought immense damage on roads and bridges.
Porusingazi acknowledged that the mostly gravel road network in Chipinge South was in dire need of repair saying he was prepared to use his own resources to help the situation as government was in no capacity to do everything on its own.
"I intend to refurbish roads that have been damaged by the rains. I have my own road equipment that is being serviced in preparation for this task.
"We should not always give our government the burden of repairing damaged infrastructure because all roads in Zimbabwe are not good at all. I will source for fuel so that the task at hand can be executed," said Porusingasi
Major roads in Chipinge South include Checheche - Mabeye and Chitepo – Mahenye, both of which have taken a severe battering due to the heavy rains that have pounded most parts of the country.local,topnews