Covid -19

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    UPDATED: Police nab 15 Ethiopians in Gwanda hideout

    By Vumani Mthiyane Fifteen Ethiopian nationals were Tuesday arrested by Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) at a rural homestead at Switsha…

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    Zambia Cabinet debates total lockdown

    By News Diggers Zambia Health Minister Dr Chitalu Chilufya has suggested a total lockdown in order to stop the spread…

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    Mineworkers at risk of contracting COVID-19:ZELA

    Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA) says artisanal and small scale miners are at risk of contracting Coronavirus due to the…

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    Mpilo student nurses demand to be released

    Trainee nurses at Mpilo Central Hospital in Bulawayo have implored the hospital authorities to release them as they fear that…

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    Is COVID-19 now classified as airborne?

    FACT. #COVID19 is NOT airborne. FACT: #COVID19 is NOT airborne. The #coronavirus is mainly transmitted through droplets generated when an…

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    National lockdown: ZUPCO struggles to cope with transport demand

    Nkulumane 12 residents in Bulawayo intending to get into town were on Monday stranded as there were very few Zimbabwe…

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    Vendors`association speaks on flea market ban

    Bulawayo Vendors and Traders Association (BVTA) has welcomed the move by the Bulawayo City Council (BCC) to suspend open-air flea…

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    Marginalised communities left out in Covid-19 response

    By Dumisani Nyoni Nobuhle Siampolomba from Binga, Matabeleland North province, feels very vulnerable. Mobile network connectivity in Nabusenga, where she…

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    EcoSure to equip health workers in the fight against COVID-19

    Ecosure, a subsidiary of Cassava Smartech, a division of telecommunications giant, Econet Wireless has  announced plans to immediately support the …

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    US pledges US$470,000 to combat COVID-19 in Zimbabwe

    The United States of America (US), has pledged US$470,000 to fight the spread of COVID-19 in Zimbabwe. According to the…

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