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Covid Guidelines for Schools

The government through the Ministry of health has set a number of guide lines to be followed when schools re-open. Schools are to follow the guidelines so that the spread of the Corona Virus may be reduced. When schools re-open here are the guideline on how learners and teachers and schools at large will operate: All schools’ out and indoor ...

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Health Ministry approaches the Army to deploy nurses and doctors as strike intensifies

The Ministry of Health and Child Care has written to the Zimbabwe National Army requesting for assistance with health caregivers amid protests by health workers in public institutions. Below is the letter which was written to the Secretary for Defence and War Veteran Affairs, Ambassador Maromwe. REQUEST FOR MEDICAL SUPPORT FROM THE DEFENCE FORCES Reference is made to our discussion ...

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Zimbabwe’s Coronavirus cases rises to 489

Zimbabwe’s coronavirus cases have risen to 489 after 3 people tested positive for the virus on the 21st of June 2020. The development was announced by the Ministry of Health and Child Care in a statement which indicated that all the new cases were returnees from South Africa save for one local one who is a contact for a known ...

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Gold Leaf Tobacco boss wins property dispute

Local business tycoon, Simon George Rudland, co-owner of Gold Leaf Tobacco Corporation, has been cleared by the High Court from any wrongdoing on allegations of transferring his business counterparty’s four properties into his firms’ names following a botched US$1 million loan agreement.Rudland who is also co-founder of Pioneer Transport had been taken to court by a local businessman, Future Chirango ...

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Public health staff protest rattles government

Today’s protest by the national public health staff from Parirenyatwa General Hospital and their pickett to the office of the Health Service Board has sent a strong signal that has rattled the government which made an instant u-turn from their position of slashing salaries. The move has benefitted all civil servants across the board who have seen a 50% salary ...

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Zimbabwe on cliff-edge as demos set-off

Zimbabwe economy is on the edge as the recent unannounced salaries slash by the embattled ED Mnangagwa government set off demonstrations by the healthcare keyworkers. Parirenyatwa Group of Hospital, the country’s largest healthcare providing institution erupted into an outcry demo as the doctors, nurses and general staff downed tools and essembled a picketline to the office of the General Medical ...

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Prophet Advocate Joshua donates PPE to Chitungwiza General Hospital

Prophet Advocate Joshua, through the Prophetic Ministry International Church (PMIC) and its partners donated personal protective equipment (visors) to Chitungwiza General Hospital on Saturday towards the fight against Covid-19. During the handover ceremony, Prophet Advocate Joshua gave thanks to the church partners for their contribution towards the fight against the Corona Virus. “Firstly, I would like to thank God for ...

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