By Tawanda Mangoma
Chiredzi South Member of Parliament Retired Brigadier General Kalisto Gwanetsa says the unavailability of radio, television and telecommunications signals in most parts of his constituency has stalled development in the district.
In an interview with Star FM News, Retired Brigadier General Gwanetsa, said the information gap in his constituency has seen most villagers in areas such as Samu, Gezani and Gwayivhi relying on mobile networks from neighbouring South Africa and Mozambique.
Government has through the digitization programme started setting up a transmitter and Netone booster with the aim of addressing the information gap.
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