MashMo resume cluster houses project operation
By Staff Reporter
 Gweru- The fast growing Zimbabwean Construction companies, MashMo
Land Investment Private Limited is set to resume operation after Gweru
City Council had halted all operations with a condition that MashMo
should sort out sectional title deeds for each cluster house.
The development resulted in about two months delay in the site service
delivery process, “the company said.
Robson Vunganai, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at the housing
construction company, said that the cluster house was back in
operation.
“I am highly impressed all the activities will soon commence after
having been issued a Sectional Title Deed Certificate which is now in
our possession. We regret that the set condition has hampered our
strategic development plan, hence compromising our commitment to
deliver excellent service to our loyal clients,” he said.
In a telephone interview with this publication, Dumisani Ndlovu head
of public relations acknowledged their loyal customers and residents
for their patience and support during the sectional Title Deeds
process.
 ‘I would like to commence by expressing gratitude to our clients for
the patience they maintained during the setback.
“We duly apologize for the inconvenience caused. Our customers are our
assets and it is our foremost priority that we satisfy them. We are
happy most our client understood that the hiccup was beyond our
control,” he said.
Now that the company construction process, resume operating, Ndlovu
said he expected the cluster housing project in the leafy enclave to
be propelled to greater heights.
The Gweru based, Mashmo Land Investment Pvt Ltd is constructing the
57, 500m2 cluster houses complex in Daylesford, a low density surburb
in Gweru.