By Own Correspondent| Hwedza South MP Tinoda “Tinmac” Machakaire has challenged several government ministers to make follow ups on projects that are dotted
around the country as a way of fostering development in communities.
He was speaking at an event where he donated four ECD blocks in his
Machakaire said most ministers play mick mouse games when approached
by MPs and he threatened to name and shame them if they fail to
“We ask these ministers to foster several projects in our communities
but they play mick mouse games yet our people need development. Gone
are the days when politicians just go and make empty promises to their
constituencies because this is new dispensation,” he fumed.
Machakaire is one of the few MPs who have worked to develop their
Chief Svosve hailed the young MP for his love for the constituency.
“We have never seen this before in this constituency, this young man
has done more than good for us. We are grateful,” he said.
Over the weekend he invited primary and Secondary education minister
Paul Mavima who then donated books and fees for 10 children at St
Mary’s Makanda Primary.
Mavima said government was constructing schools in different parts of
the country and would work to have some in Mashonaland East.
He said this year they will finish 70 schools and next year their target is 100.
Mavima also highlighted that donors are not willing to fund heritage
studies in Zimbabwe and the government was looking for money to fund
A form 4 student Clemence Makanga a dancehall singer emerged the
biggest winner at the event as he got sponsorship for his fees and
members of the Young Achivers promised to facilitate a collaboration
with dancehall musician Soul Jah Love.