MWENEZI - Some communities that are still suffering the effects of Cyclone Dineo are set to get assistance after the district Civil Protection Unit (CPU) received a consignment of aid relief.
District Administrator (DA) Rosemary Chingwe confirmed the latest development but could not divulge more details.
"We received goods from CPU Harare head office but so far I am not sure about the exact quantity because I was out of office when the goods where received.
"Our first target are households in ward 10 and ward 2 whose homes were destroyed by lighting during the cyclone. After that, we will assess some of the victims who might have been affected," said Chingwe.
TellZim News is, however, reliably informed that a consignment which includes bags of meal-meal, boxes of cooking oil, sugar beans, salt and a bale of second hand clothes have been received by the district CPU.
Most communities especially those in the southern parts of the country are still reeling from the effects of the floods that left crops swept away, homes destroyed and roads badly damaged and with gaping dongas.local