HARARE, Dec 19, 2007 (AFP) - Some
600 families have been left homeless in a remote area of north-eastern
Zimbabwe after floods washed away buildings and crops as well as disrupting
power supplies, a state daily reported Wednesday.
A violent storm which pounded the area
last Thursday and Friday swept away livestock including goats, pigs and
sheep, poultry, clothes,blankets, furniture and other household goods,
The Herald reported.
Wibie Kagodo, a councillor for Chadereka,
one of the affected villages said villagers had started receiving relief