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GENERAL NOTICES –
1. ACCOMODATION NEEDED \ AVAILABLE
HOUSE FOR RENT – House for rent in low density suburb. Three bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large lounge / dining room open plan,
separate well appointed kitchen, separate scullery. Large verandah, outside laundry / store room facility. Fully walled electric fenced and
gated – very secure. Fully developed garden. For more information please call 0777 894 303 or 013 40115
LOOKING FOR A HOUSE OR COTTAGE TO RENT – We are returning to Victoria Falls and looking for a house/cottage (suitable for
two dogs) to rent from the 1st of September. Please contact either Benj Rowland (0779604968) or Jaelle Claypole (0774008537). Landline
COTTAGE OR HOUSE WANTED TO RENT – I am looking for a cottage or a house with 2 rooms and if is possible 2 bathrooms in the
low density. Please contact 0773094947 or 0778834142 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2. PROPERTY FOR SALE \ RENT
3. EMPLOYMENT AVAILABLE \ SOUGHT
SEEKING A VACANCY AS A DRIVER – Young male looking for a position as a driver. He has a class 2 drivers license, defensive driving
certificate and a certificate in Motor vehicles systems with the City and Guilds London Institute. Has over 5 years experience as a driver cum
mechanic and is able to drive long distances . Very credible and traceable references.CV can be sent upon request .Please contact Lucus
0775 261 063/0773 415 049
MATURE YOUNG WOMAN SEEKING EMPLOYMENT – Mature young woman seeking employment. I have spent 13 years in the
hospitality trade – the last 3 of those in meetings and events. I would like to expand my horizons. Please contact Claire Holman
0776574195 or email email@example.com CV’s and references available on request.
4. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS FOR SALE \ WANTED
HOUSE HOLD ITEMS FOR SALE –
Nissan 4×4 $6000.00
1 x 3 Seater Couch $300.00
1 x Dinning Room Table $300.00
2 x Greyish Blue Chairs $100.00 each
1 x Daewoo Washing Machine $300.
1 x 2 Plate Stove&oven $50.
1 x Samsung Phone $50.
Curtains $10 each
Dinner plates $1 each
Toasters $10 each
Duvet covers $10 each
To view 629 Syringa Road. Phone 0772 284 689
BRAND NEW AIR CON FOR SALE – TYPE: CIR AIR 12 000 BTU, PRICE: USD$700.00 NEGOTIABLE, 0772815155/ 0714760270
email: firstname.lastname@example.org Kindest regards Ngonie.
FOR SALE – Crystal Punch bowl with 12 glasses. Call 0779 549 720 if interested.
FOR SALE –
– Semi rigid catamaran hull boat with twin 25hp mariner motors. Good condition $4 000 (negotiable).
– Kids 50cc quad bike. Pull start $300 (negotiable). Contact 0712 416479
FOR SALE – Isuzu KB 2.8 DTlx twincab. 2002 model, manual, radio and leather upholstery. Good condition regularly serviced. $ 15 500
(negotiable). Contact 0712 416479
TOYOTA REGIUS FOR SALE – Toyota Regius for Sale: (Excellent Condition)
Year first used as new: 1998
Fuel used: Petrol
Price: USD $4800 neg.
Contact: 0773 820 874
TRADEPOWER – Through popular request we will stay now stay open until 5.30 pm on Monday 30th June to allow all at the Falls to
purchase some real bargains before we move our stock as we have leased our facility to Fortwell who will, we have no doubt, do a great job
in facilitating bulk grocery product to your doorstep. BARGAINS AT TRADEPOWER UNTIL MONDAY EVENING FOLKS… Come
& see for yourself. Sincerely Raphael Chitrin
PROCUREMENT FROM SOUTH AFRICA – We are a Johannesburg based procurement company and can source any type of product
you need for home, office, industry, resort, etc. Email us a list of what you looking for and we will source and quote immediately.
Transport and border clearing is arranged accordingly. All consignments will be cleared through our reputable clearing agents. VAT and
Duties will be payable on all goods. Locally manufactured products will be cleared with a SADC certificate. Email email@example.com or
firstname.lastname@example.org Please send us an email if you need more clarity on the above. We look forward to assisting you with all your
requirements! Thanking you in advance for your support!!
COMPUPRO – HEART OF TECHNOLOGY
CANON MG2440 – WAS $72 NOW $69
Entry Level 3in1 colour inkjet, Print, Scan, Copy. Can do photo quality printing. Ideal for home use. 1 YEAR WARRANTY
Canon i-SENSYS LBP6020 – WAS $129 NOW $120
Entry level mono laser printer. Perfect for a busy home or small office 1 YEAR WARRANTY
CALL INSTORE FOR CATRIDGE SPECIAL
Canon PIXMA MX474 – WAS $160 NOW $145
Entry level colour inkjet printer. Print, Scan, Copy. Can do photo quality printing via Mobile App or Apple Airprint. 1 YEAR
WARRANTY – CALL INSTORE FOR CATRIDGE SPECIAL
CAMERA – Canon PowerShot A140 – $145.00
(COMES WITH FREE RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES AND 4GIG CLASS 4 VERBATIM SDCARD)
The versatile 16 Megapixel PowerShot, A1400 offers ultimate ease of use for superb photos and HD movies every time. Get closer with 10x
Zoom Plus; frame in comfort using the optical viewfinder.
ASUS X550LC-XX254 – $1395.00
Asus F200CA – $675.00
ASUS G470 DESKTOP – $529.00
Intel Celeron G470 | 2GHz | 250GB | 2GB RAM DDR3DVD-ROM | 18.5” LCD, keyboard, No Software PreLoaded, 2 Year Warranty
Buy 5 or more units at a Special Price of $475 each
SHARP AQUOS LED 32” $580.00
LG LED 32” $660.00
SAMSUNG GALAXY ACE $305.00
SAMSUNG GT- E2200 $45.00
SAMSUNG GT-E2252 $58.00
SAMSUNG GALAXY CHAT $61.00
LG OPTIMUS L3 DUAL SIM $181.00
Price is valid whilst current stocks last.
Offering Free Swift Delivery Throughout Zimbabwe (terms & conditions apply)
Also Available: Laptops & Accessories| Desktops | Printers, Scanner & Projectors |UPS & Inverters | Sollatek Surge Protection |
Networking | Accessories
Phone: (09) 889643/45
Address: 130A S.parirenyatwa Street, Between 13th & 14th Avenue, Bulawayo
OR VISIT OUR WEBSITE www.compupro.co.zw/CompuPro
7. EVENTS HAPPENING
PUB QUIZ – FRIDAY 27TH JUNE 2014 – THE BOAT CLUB – Please come Join us for some fun at the club. All ages welcome. All
monies raised will be put towards a new recon system for the bar!! Register your team of 4 people for $10 6pm Start
KAZA-TFCA GOLF FUNDRAISER – Saturday 28th June 2014 Stableford Better Balls Competition – Tee off between 8 am and 9 am
Entry Fee $20 per person – includes breakfast and Lunch. Breakfast after 9 holes sponsored by Wilderness Safaris
Lunch starts at 1.00 p.m.
Prize Giving between 1.30 and 2 pm
KAZA stand for Kavango Zambezi Transfronteer Conservation area. One way or another all businesses in Vic Falls rely on the Zambezi
River and the conservation of it. We are putting out a plea to all Businesses to enter a team or player and or make a donation to this worthy
cause. Please kindly consider hole sponsorship of $100 – $500 For pledges, entries or questions please contact Ephraim on 0773 262 208
email@example.com or Lorrie on 0712 406 584 or 013 42139 firstname.lastname@example.org Liz – EHGC Secretary on 44793-9
ATT: ALL RESIDENTS OF VICTORIA FALLS RE: Marathon, Half Marathon & Fun Runs on 29 June – Please note that on Sunday
29th June, is the 7th year of the Victoria Falls Marathon, now fully sponsored by Econet. The events will be starting as follows from
opposite Air Zimbabwe on the main road: 06h45 – Full Marathon – similar course to last year with 2 laps around Zambezi drive and into the
park etc, with a few changes on the second lap to allow us to cut out the Kaz road out and back section!
07h15 – Half Marathon – Same course as last year!
08h15 – Fun run, which this year follows the Zambezi drive then left at Nyathi lodge, up to West then right and up to Reynard then right,
then left into the dirt road before Amandabele lodge (second dirt road on your left), then left into the road which comes out behind the
school, then right towards the school and into the sports field to the finish line. The distance is 7.5Km, so it is definitely much longer than
last years event. Please also note for safety reasons we are NOT allowing cyclists on the route and all children under 12 will require an adult
to accompany them. Again this is all for safety reasons, so please comply. Thanks.
Registration needs to be done at the Kingdom Hotel on Friday or Saturday for any of the above from 09h00 to 17h00, no registrations can
be done on the race day. For Full and Half Marathon, we need Zim ID’s or passports to comply with immigration requirements for the run
across the bridge.
Please can those people driving around that morning do so with caution as we are anticipating a much larger field this year.
Thank you – The Race Organisers
EARTH FEST – 27-28 JULY 2014 – “For the second year running, Earth Fest is returning to Livingstone! This weekend 27-28 July, you can
party for trees at the Earth Fest music and sustainability festival, which will be occurring at the Livingstone Guest Farm
(http://www.livingstoneguestfarm.com/), about 12 km outside of Livingstone towards Lusaka.
Tomorrow, festival gates will open at 18:00 hours, featuring an African drumming workshop, trapeze artists, fire dancing, and traditional
music and dance. Saturday, from 15:00 – 18:00 hours there will be a market onsite, featuring vintage clothing shops, food vendors, curios
and crafts, and even a barbershop! From 18:00, some of southern Africa’s finest acts will take the stage – including Lemonella, the
Treevolution Band, Chikenbus Band, Grassy Spark, Danger Disko, DJ Claudous ft DJ Black Pepper, and a few songs from rising global star
Tickets are available at Adventure Lodge, Shoestrings, Livingstone Backpackers, Jollyboys, and on Webtickets (http://bit.ly/1kJKsqN), and
are $30 / 210 K for the whole weekend and $20 / 140 K for the Saturday. Camping is $5 / 35 K per night, and shuttles will be leaving every
two hours from Livingstone Museum on Saturday. There will also be a pickup at the border (time TBC)
For updates and opportunities to win free tickets, please visit the Facebook page (http://on.fb.me/1kwVxzZ), follow @EarthFest_ on Twitter,
or join the Earth Fest whatsapp group by sending a message to Dan the Festival Man at 0973 453 468. Hope to see you all there!”
CARACAL UNTAMED – is back again! Like last year it will be a day and night event on the CARACAL Biodiversity Centre property,
featuring different musical bands, a live auction, a raffle, and hopefully vendors in multitudes! It will be happening on the 5th of July 2014.
We would like to present all business owners, artists, and creative people the opportunity to sell their goods or set up an activity event at this
festival. We have decided to reduce the booth price from the initial P150 charged last year to P100 for Artists and Curios vendors. There
will be electrical outlets for anyone wanting to make use them. But please remember to bring your own chairs and tables. We are open to
anyone in the community who would like to be part in this event and welcome your creativity and involvement. If you’re interested in buying
space please let us know by June 30th 2014 to allow us to effectively deal with logistics and clearing of vendor spaces. The fees can be paid at
the Biodiversity Centre, or deposited into our CARACAL Biodiversity account #62134612797 Kasane branch. Extra donations are
appreciated too! Please contact Kathy (email@example.com), or Lipa (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any queries or to make
arrangements. If you know of anybody who would like to take part, and we haven’t included them in the recipients, please tell them to
contact us. Please spread the word if you know of any people who would like to participate. Thank you and we look forward to your
participation in this even. Let’s make it a fun and great day in Kasane!!
VICTORIA FALLS PRIMARY SCHOOL SPORTS DAY & FETE DAY – 26 JULY 2014 – The School Support Committee would like to
invite you to join Victoria Falls Primary School on Saturday 26th July for a spectacular Fun Day. The day will be filled with sports Activities
for both parents and children followed with a Fete Fun Day. Stalls, Car Boot Sales & Children Activities such as Horse rides, Jumping
Castle, Balloon Popping and Sponge the Teacher to mention a few! Everyone is welcome! If you would like to set up a table or a Stall or
participate in the Car Boot Sale and for more info please contact: Rae: email@example.com , Jaclyn: firstname.lastname@example.org ,
THE MESSENGER OF COURT – The Messenger of Court shall sell by public auction various goods to the highest bidder at 214 Sopers
Crescent, Victoria on Friday 27 June 2014 at 14.00 hours (unless previously withdrawn) Goods include;- LG microwave, defy deep freezer,
coffee table, room divider, 2x chest of drawers,3CD changer radio, table with 6 chairs, conquest upright fridge, sonny 21 inch TVs, d/door
fridge, Superman 29 inch TV, boat Reg VF 1870 with 2 engines(TROPHY),4 plate stove,3 door wardrobe, washing machine, wooden
kitchen unit, Toyota Toy ace Truck ,d/bed, gym equipment, 4 piece Sofas and many more and also:- 2x Toyota Prado.(At No 1Soonga Rd,
Hwange) Deposit USD$50.00 and $1000.00 for Vehicles. Inquiries 0775107651 and 0772463086/0773408819.
MUNICIPALITY OF VICTORIA FALLS – Temporary Road Closure – Motorists are hereby advised that the following road will be closed
on Friday 27th June 2014 from 0800hrs to 1800hrs: –
Access Road to the banks along Livingstone Way – (Area in front of Barclays Bank including the parking bays only)
Motorists are advised to use alternative access roads within the area during this time of temporary closure. C. Dube
MUNICIPALITY OF VICTORIA FALLS – An appeal for support by the Victoria Falls Municipality to its stakeholders – The Municipality
of Victoria Falls has noted with shock and disbelief the reaction by some sections of our society who are bent on inciting undesirable
behavior among our understanding and highly supportive community. May we through this article set the record straight for the benefit of
the good and well meaning citizens of our beautiful town before our would be detractors do further damage to a good cause.
We wish to highlight forthwith that like any other local authority, the Victoria Falls Municipality survives on revenue collected from rates and
taxes to finance its operations. This makes it imperative for Council to maintain a balanced taxes and rates structure that is commensurate
with prevailing economic conditions at any given point in time. At the present moment our local authority is reeling under financial
challenges and can barely meet its critical obligations of service delivery. Creditors are soaring well beyond Council’s revenue threshold given
An objective look at the current regime of Council rates indicates that Council has been under-charging residents and corporates since the
dawn of the multi currency era. Some property owners in the industrial/commercial and low density have been paying as little as $3.74 with
some paying as low as 43cents per month. Surely these charges are not economically viable for the Council given the escalating costs of
service delivery and cannot be compared to what other local authorities like Bulawayo, Gwanda, Mutare and even the Umguza RDC are
charging. Let us not forget that unlike other local authorities Victoria Falls has unique pressure from its world heritage site status which must
be maintained but with budgetary constraints.
Having said that, it suffices to say Council cannot fulfill its obligations with the current rates that are well below the desired levels. For all its
worth, any objective mind would agree that the current rates are not conducive for service delivery and development. It is against such a
background that Council finds it disheartening that the same residents who clamour for quality service delivery would decampaign such
proposals through the mobilization of rate payers to resist a justified move that would not only improve Council revenues but also go a long
way in strengthening the quality of service delivery.
Low density $6.00 $24.00
Medium density $3.00 $12.00
Flats $300.00 $1165.06
Hotels $2500.00 $9620.22
Lodges $300.00 $424.11
Industry/ commercial $130.00 $926.00
Council is always open to dialogue and encourages all stakeholders to come forward with suggestions and proposals as well as to seek
clarification on any issues as opposed to engaging in counter progressive courses of action that seek to incite fellow residents to resist
proposed tariffs or boycott payment of rates. We do encourage residents who may feel that the proposed rates are unreasonable to compare
them with those from other local authorities.
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