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    Business tycoon reopens Farai Beerhall






    PAFURAS MUKANDIWA

    MASVINGO
    – Farai, a beerhall that holds nostalgia for many who lived in Masvingo in the 70s' to early 90s' has reopened after council closed it about three years ago.
    Masvingo City Council closed most of its beer halls except for a few as patronage continued to dwindle and the venture brought the local authority heavy losses.
    All were rented out for various socio-economic activities including churches.
    Harare businessman, Stephen Mutumhe has finally breathed life to the beer hall found in Mucheke B.
    Mutumhe owns Changamire Wholesales and bottle stores in Harare.
    Ronis Mutumhe, the acting manager said renovations are going to take place at the bar and he promised that his team was going to work hard in order to give the best service to the patrons.
     'The appearance of the bar is bad and we also have problems of sewerage bursts next to the building
    "However, to its advantage, Farai boast of space which provide leisure and we will work on that," said Mutumhe.
    Richard Rivete, a resident in Mucheke said it was exciting that his drinking hall is now back on stream.
    Another Mucheke resident George Mupasiri said he feels on top of the world now that the gates to his bar are wide open.
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