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Presidium sinks Mthuli Ncube

After a disturbing statement by the Minister of Finance and Economic Development, both Vice President Chiwenga and President Mnangagwa have assured Zimbabweans of free Covid-19 vaccination for all. While adressing the nation the President confirmed that Zimbabwe is set to receive the Covid-19 vaccine which will be introduced soon. “Our overall national response strategy has reached a stage where we ...

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Zim hires more Nurses and Doctors

Government has hired 849 unemployed qualified nurses who were listed with the Health Services Board along with available doctors and environmental health technicians to boost the Covid-19 teams and other medical services. All qualified nurses who were not listed have been invited to apply to the Health Services Board so that they can be taken into service too. Furthermore, nurse ...

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ZRP cop mistakenly poisons self

A Zimbabwe Republic Police(ZRP) Constable has died after mistakenly consuming a lethal pesticide instead of alcohol. Godfrey Machongwe(41) who was a Mashonaland Central based Constable residing at Parmameats Farm,Concession passed away after drinking Lambda herbicide, mistaking it for his 200 millilitres of Saint Canes spirit he had bought earlier. Machongwe’s wife, Setty Ndeketeya(45) confirmed her late husband’s passing saying he ...

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Former ZANU-PF stalwart Savanhu dies

Former Mbare East Member of Parliament (MP) and Deputy minister of Lands and Resettlement, Tendai Savanhu(52) has passed away after contracting the deadly Covid-19 pandemic. The former MP’s death comes after Zimbabwe has lost over a thousand people including four cabinet ministers and other prominent persons to the pandemic in the past few weeks. Savanhu was previously expelled and stripped ...

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Magufuli “querries” Covid 19 Vaccines

Tanzania’s President, John Magufuli has sternly warned his people and his country’s ministry of health against accepting foreign Covid-19 vaccinations. In a statement he said Tanzanians must be cautious of things brought by foreign nations. “If these people were able to discover COVID-19 vaccines then they could have others for malaria, cancer, tuberculosis, and HIV by now,” President Magufuli said. ...

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Tripple Burial for Fallen Cdes

Zimbabwe yesterday laid to rest the late Major General(Rtd) Paradzai Zimhondi, General(Rtd) Sibusiso Moyo and Transport Minister Biggie Matiza at the National shrine in Harare. Acting President Honourable Constantine Chiwenga who presided over the burial expressed his sincerest pain over the late three heroes and other citizens who also succumbed to the deadly virus. “On behalf of Government and Zimbabwe…I’d ...

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Minister Biggie Matiza succumbs to COVID-19

Zimbabwe’s Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Development, Hon. Biggie Joel Matiza passed away this Friday evening at St Annes Hospital in Harare. The sad development was confirmed by Zanu PF Mashonaland East Political Commissar, Cde Herbert Shumbamhini saying his death is a blow to the province and the nation at large. Matiza was among a score of high profile attendees ...

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Mnangagwa overwhelmed over Covid-19

Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa urges people not to lose heart but continue fighting Covid-19 to overcome it. He alluded that in a speech he made at the National Heroes Acre where two National Heroes were being laid to rest Dr Ellen Gwaradzimba and Moton Dizzy Paul Malianga. President Mnangagwa said the Covvid-19 pandemic is stronger and is spreading very fast. ...

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Work from Home:Nick Mangwana

Ministry of Information,Publicity and Broadcasting Services Permanent Secretary, Mr Nick Mangwana has announced that from today all Ministries,Government departments and Agencies will operate with 10% staff. Government has introduced this measure in the fight against Covid-19 as new confirmed cases continue to spike in the Central Business District. With the exemption of the Ministry of Health and Child Care, all ...

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ZRP Warns Curfew Violators

The Zimbabwe Republic Police(ZRP) has given a stern warning for those publicly violating the National Lockdown curfew order. In a Press statement issued yesterday, the ZRP emphasised the curfew hours which are running from 1800 hours to 0600 the following day during the entire lockdown period. The statement read,“The curfew order runs from 1800hrs to 0600 hrs the next day. ...

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