Member of Parliament for Norton Constituency, Temba Mliswa wrote to his constituents to appeal for volunteers to lend their expertise towards Norton developments 2 days ago.

Mliswa seems to be moving along with ED’s mantra that Zimbabwe needs collective development. However, Mliswa is starting from “home”. He is calling upon Norton constituents to volunteer with their exepertise so that they hold the Council accountable and formulate strategies to make Norton a better community.

Mliswa has invited the interested volunteers to submit their CVs at his Constituency Offices at Norton Town Center or his email address [email protected].

In this letter, Mliswa gave reference to ED’s State of the Nation Address (SONA) which he views as  important. According to Mliswa, this address is going to be used as a yard to measure the government’s accountability. Mliswa also seems that Mnangagwa is going to take a pragmatic approach in his government. Mliswa alluded that ED’s deliverance of SONA paves way for everyone to come together and play their role in nation building.

Norton’s educational system to be improved

Wednesday 19 September was the day scheduled for the official handover ceremony of the teacher’s house and borehole at Nyagori Secondary school. Norton school heads and teachers were invited to this event which seeks to promote the educational side of Norton Constituency. This ceremony was also followed by a meeting with members of the educational sector in a bid to improve Norton’s education sector.

Mliswa addresses violent crimes in Norton

Mliswa also recently attended a funeral of the late Sydney Kumbanga who was stabbed to death. He also commended the unity displayed by Combi operators on the day. Mliswa took this opportunity to address violent deaths as he urged the police to look into these issues. He also urged the police to use roadblocks to hunt for weapons used to commit violent crimes. Entertainment places are encouraged to improve their security forces so as to protect Norton residents. Mliswa emphasized that Norton must never become a crime hotspot. The police are appealing to the anyone who might have any information on Kumbanga’s murder.

Mliswa congratulates new councillors

In the same letter, Mliswa congratulated all the newly sworn councilors and the new Norton Council Chairperson and Vice Chairperson.  He also advised that they will be a full forensic audit that will be conducted by the Auditor-General. This audit is meant to look into previous challenges that the new Council must not inherit. This will also promote accountability. Mliswa also pointed out that management should be under the spotlight so that anyone caught on the wrong side is dealt with. He added that the performance of the Council has a bearing on Norton’s living conditions hence the best must be done. Mliswa is confident that unity will enable the achievement of a better Norton.