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Incumbents promising slashed bills to buy votes: Aspiring councillor

Aspiring independent councillor for Bulawayo’s Lobengula ward 14, Lwazi Khanye (27), has accused incumbent councillors of seeking to buy votes by proposing that council should suspend water disconnections to residents until August 31 and slashing water bills by 50% ahead of the July 30 polls. The post Incumbents promising slashed bills to buy votes: Aspiring councillor appeared first on NewsDay Zimbabwe.

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