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Sunday, 09 September 2012 15:00

housing cooperatives.jpgHousing cooperative unions involved in the ongoing legal battle for land in Harare’s Hatcliffe suburbs with developers, held a crisis management meeting in Harare to discuss solutions to bring closure to the matter.

The meeting was held to ensure that actual beneficiaries of stands are not prejudiced as they will go through the legal process of following procedures until developers and government finalise the issuance of title deeds to their properties.

The chairpersons for Harare North Housing Union and Ernest Kadungure Housing Cooperative Union, Cdes Misheck Mangwende and Catherine Chayeruka both hailed the meeting as a success as it has paved the way for them to go and communicate with their members, how they can work hand in glove with the developers to ensure that they become the legal owners of the land.

The meeting saw the chairpersons from more than 20 cooperatives converging at Harare North Cooperative Union where they unanimously agreed to let the legal process take its course whilst they regularise the land ownership process.

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