COVID19

Zim Community in SA welcomes level 3 lockdown

The Zimbabwe Community in South Africa has welcomed the move by the South African government to open up the economy under level 3…

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Covid-19 threatening Africa’s progress: UN

Covid-19, which has spread to every country in Africa has become a stumbling block to the impoverished continent’s progress and…

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Varsities to reopen: ZINASU calls for adherence to WHO Covid-19 guidelines

Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) has raised concerns regarding the reopening of tertiary institutions for end of semester examinations urging Government to ensure…

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Private lodges to be used as quarantine centres

By Nokuthaba Dlamini The Ministry of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare has reportedly given returning citizens in Matabeleland North…

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City of Bulawayo receives more COVID-19 donations

The City of Bulawayo, Friday, received more COVID-19 donations from Econet Wireless, ZAPU and Youth Alliance for Safer Cities (YASC),…

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Phuti donates hygiene kits to rural clinics

Eight rural clinics in Bulilima West Constituency were Friday equipped with hygiene kits donated by the area legislator Dingumuzi Phuti…

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‘Govt should have set up an independent body to manage COVID-19 funds’

The government should have set up an independent body to manage COVID-19 funds to foster transparency and accountability, a former…

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Luveve residents say tap water is making them sick

The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has dispatched a team to assess its water quality after Luveve residents laid a complaint…

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Mater Dei ready to admit COVID-19 patients: Minister

Mater Dei Hospital will step in and admit COVID-19 patients that need treatment since the two public hospitals Ekusileni Medical…

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Funds threaten Thorngrove Hospital renovations

Thorngrove Infectious Disease Hospital in Bulawayo requires ZWL$46 million to complete the much-needed and urgent renovations at its isolation ward…

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