Gweru engages HIT to recover $62m debt

[NewsDay - Zimbabwe] - 13/07/2019
GWERU City Council has engaged the Harare Institute (HIT) of Technology to help recover over $62 million owed by residents and businesses. The post Gweru engages HIT to recover $62m debt appeared first on NewsDay Zimbabwe.
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