COVID19

Cross-border traders welcome reopening of borders

Women in informal cross-border trade have welcomed the re-opening of the country`s border orders, as their livelihoods had taken a serious knock.  The land…

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Mtshabezi High School records Covid-19 cases

By Vumani Mthiyane Mtshabezi High School in Matabeleland South recorded 17 Covid-19 cases,  CITE has established.  The Brethren In Christ Church…

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Nine more Covid-19 cases at Matopo High School

Nine more learners have tested positive for Covid-19 at Matopo High School in Matabeleland South bringing the current number of coronavirus cases at the…

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Schools now certified homes of mass transmission of Covid-19: ARTUZ

Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) says schools have become ‘certified homes for mass transmission of Covid-19’ owing to a lack…

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Health budget inadequate in the face Covid-19: CWGH

The ZWL$54,7 billion allocated to the health sector in the 2021 budget although ranking in the top five sectors prioritised…

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‘Saving water starts at individual level’

Good water‐saving habits linked to water conservation start at an individual level, which highlights the value of policies that support…

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Covid-19: Schools to remain open

The Government has remained adamant about keeping schools open despite an increase in the number of learners testing positive for Coronavirus. …

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How Covid-19 dribbled past JMN International Airport

Zimbabwe opened the skies for public aviation in early November as the country eased travel restrictions during the Covid-19 lockdown.…

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Commuters raise alarm as ZUPCO buses ditch Covid-19 precautions

Some ZUPCO buses and commuter omnibuses in Bulawayo are no longer checking temperature and sanitising passengers as they board leading to…

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Five more people succumb to Covid-19, 88 new cases recorded

Five more people have died while 88 have tested positive to the Coronavirus, the latest information from the Ministry of…

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