Zanu PF councillor candidate for Harare North ward 18 Angeline Zachariah says as a senior resident in the area she has what it takes to turn Borrowdale into its original status of a leafy location.

On the other end People’s Rainbow Coalition Harare East National Assembly candidate Itai Munyoro took his campaign to Chamboko Shopping Centre in the constituency.

As the July 30 harmonised election fever grips the nation Mrs Zachariah has embarked on a campaign to clean up the leafy suburb of Borrowdale.

She mobilised scores of residents to clean up from Borrowdale Brooke, Helensville up to Sam Levy’s Shopping Centre as part of her strategy to meet and share ideas on how best she could tackle challenges faced by residents.

In Harare East it will not be a walk in the park as nine candidates will battle it out including Munyoro of PRC who has intensified his roadshow campaigns promising better service delivery if voted into power.

Munyoro will battle it out with seating MP Terence Mukupe of Zanu PF, Tendai Biti – MDC Alliance and Obert Gutu among others.

Aspiring candidates for Zimbabwe Partnership for Prosperity (ZIPP) party and an independent candidate vying for Gweru urban seat held rallies at separate venues.

They both promised supporters that they will transform Gweru and Mkoba constituencies if elected into office this coming election.

Leonard Simbarashe is contesting for Mkoba constituency while Nkosikona Ndlovu is vying for Gweru urban seat.

Addressing party supporters who had gathered at Mkoba Stadium, ZIPP candidate Simbarashe promised to improve health care services and to build more clinics in the constituency and refurbish Mkoba 13 Clinic into a modern hospital that will cater for the community.

Independent candidate vying for Gweru urban seat Ndlovu urged the electorate to vote for competent leaders who will foster development in Gweru.

Ndlovu was addressing his supporters at Gweru Cathedral Hall.

12 candidates are vying for the Gweru urban seat while in Mkoba constituency 11 candidates will battle it out for the National Assembly seat.