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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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Fantan,Levels and Dhama out on Bail

A High Court Judge has today granted Chillspot Records team, DJ Fantan,DJ Levels and Show promoter popularly known as Dhama, a ZWL$10 000 bail. Justice Davis Foroma who presided over the case released the three on bail with the condition that they stay at their registered residences and report once a fortnight at Matapi Police Station in Mbare. Fantan and ...

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Deputy Head arrested for ‘whipping’ pupils

Deputy Head of Chemhanza High School was arrested for ‘whiiping’ some pupils for alleged acts of misconduct. A 52 year old Tarirai Mararike was arrested by police officers following a recent report made by 23 students on the brutal beating. Mararike’s arrest was confirmed by National police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi saying they are still investigating the incident as ...

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First Lady calls for a 3 day fasting and praying

First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa has called for a 3 day fasting and praying against Covid-19 which has took the lives of many. In a statement, she urges all women in and outside Zimbabwe to join her in praying and fasting to the Lord Almighty starting tomorrow upto Sunday for the nation to be spared from further calamity and suffering. “As ...

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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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Shingi Munyeza falls by the skirt

One of Zimbabwe’s prolific clergy and businessman who until now had his resume impeccably clean as a whistle, Dr Shingi Albert Munyeza has “fallen” in sin by the skirt. Munyeza pastors the Borrowdale Community Church, an elite branch of the Faith Ministries International under the leadership of Bishop & Dr. Mkandla. Details of his unfaithfulness surfaced as socialite and self ...

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Man Robbed at Gunpoint

A local man was reportedly robbed at gunpoint along the Highglen Road in Harare after having walked miles with no luck of finding transport. Misheck Chiumburuke(38) who stays in Kuwadzana,Harare says he boarded a Black Toyota Wish that had no registration plates along Highglen Road and did not suspect a thing. “They were three people including a woman and I ...

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60 died of Covid-19 in 24hrs

The Ministry of Health yesterday recorded Covid-19 mortality tally of 60 in 24hrs making Monday the darkest day of the era. The Ministry revealed that 36 of those who died where from Harare which marks it the ‘blackspot’ of the nation following the highest records of Covid cases recorded yesterday. Secretary Minister for Information Nick Mangwana has also confirmed, “Positive ...

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Mafume skips court amid COVID-19 fears

Embattled Harare Mayor Councillor Jacob Mafume has skipped his routine court appearance on Monday as he is is self isolations after three former cellmates from Remand prison succumbed to Covid-19, a court heard on Monday. Mafume was not in court for his routine remand. His lawyer Tendai Biti told magistrate Vongai Muchuchuti that Mafume had been advised by his doctor ...

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