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Wednesday, November 7, 2012


A Landcruiser key was left in the shop (Master Angler, Sam Levy’s Village) I think on Saturday morning, looks like an ignition key?? Regards, Clive.
Just a thought -  a lot has been written about drunk driving - maybe a timely reminder to one and all as we come to the end of O and A levels when the youth celebrate and nearly every year there is a tragedy
I travelled to Botswana last week and from Shangani to Plumtree they are working on the roads.  The plan is to upgrade the road from Plumtree to Mutare.  They are building up both sides of the road to widen it, then they are filling any holes or cracks before completely resurfacing the road.  The sections that have been done are excellent and they are working hard to get the work done.  They are doing the centre line marking reasonably quickly so that there are not many places without markings.  It is good to see that something is happening with the money that is being collected.

The downside to this is that there are many stretches where you have to slow down for the road works and then need to stop while oncoming traffic comes through as there is only one-way traffic, where they are doing the actual resurfacing.   It might be advisable for motorists to allow some extra time in their travel plans to accommodate these delays.
I am looking for help with getting Reflective Vests for the Homefield Centre residents to wear while they do their annual walk on Saturday, 24th November.  They walk from City Hall to Westgate and we have noticed in the past that even though they have a police escort some drivers don’t even notice them and we are very concerned for their safety.  If anyone is able to help with the purchase of vests please contact me, Laureen Welman 0772 695 099 or  Thank you so much.
Harare Mayor's Cheer Fund office are organising the Golden Pilsener Harare Open Fund raising Golf Day to be held on the 9th of November 2012 at Chapman Golf Club. We have been making progress signing up teams, tee box, green and hole sponsors.

There is still time for you and your organization to  to make a difference in the lives of those underprivileged and less fortunate members of the community within Greater Harare by participating as a team (at a cost of $200) or sponsoring a tee box, green or hole (at a cost of $500). Please note holes 1, 2, 3, 10 and 18 are already taken.
How have we allowed over speeding to come in to common usage. Speeding is speeding-already in excess of normal speed!
Here lies the body of William Jay,
Who died maintaining his right of way.
He was right - dead right - as he sped along,
But he's just as dead as if he were wrong.

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