Chief Sitaudze sends SOS as rains cause havoc

Ellen Mlambo

BEITBRIDGE – Chief Sitaudze of Beitbridge has deplored the state of roads in his area and appealed to Government for urgent intervention if the populace is to remain linked to critical service centres.

He said that the heavy rains have not only destroyed schools but they have damaged roads and bridges making many parts of Beitbridge inaccessible.

He told Two Nations that Shashe Primary in Ward 8 had roofing sheets blown from classroom blocks. The roads that stretch from Makhado to Dendele and Makhakavule turnoff to Nottingham are impassable, he said.

“It has been raining and our bridges and roads are in a bad state resulting in network problems. Schools have been destroyed and we appeal to Government and well-wishers for help,” said Sitaudze.

Ward 8 councillor and Beitbridge RDC chairperson Alderman Luka Costa Ndou reiterated the problems caused by heavy rains.

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