The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development has set aside resources to cater for one million vulnerable households who are likely to be affected by the 21 day lockdown currently underway.
In a statement yesterday, Minister of Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube the
Government says it is impressed by citizens response to the 21 day lockdown instituted to prevent the further spread of the Coronavirus pandemic.
This was revealed by the Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services, Monica Mutsvangwa during the ninth post cabinet press briefing.
"Cabinet noted with
Zimbabwe Doctors for Human Rights have called on the government to be more transparent on the state of the country’s health facilities in an effort to expedite the fight against COVID-19
In a statement, ZDHR said it was appalled by the state of the health facilities
Heeding government calls for a total lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19 is proving to be difficult due to water shortage that has seen people continuing to queue at community boreholes to fetch the precious liquid.
Strolls made by 263Chat around Harare's high density suburbs
The Supreme Court of Zimbabwe ruled that Nelson Chamisa is not the legitimate MDC leader in a judgment that settles the leadership wrangle between him and Thokozani Khupe.
According to the Supreme Court, the MDC should go back to the 2014 Structures with Chamisa's appointment as
The Supreme Court is set to hand down its ruling in the opposition MDC leadership dispute involving Nelson Chamisa and Thokozani Khupe.
Khupe broke the news on Twitter when she announced that her lawyer Professor Lovemore Madhuku had called to inform her that the ruling reserved
In a remarkable gesture to help fellow Zimbabweans in view of COVID-19, Hindoo Society Harare (HSH) is collecting donations among the community in cash and kind for those who are affected by COVID-19.
According to reports, cash thus collected will be used to purchase consumables. Items
The National Social Security Authority (NSSA) has stepped in to complement government efforts in the fight against COVID-19 by availing two facilities for utilisation in combating the deadly virus.
COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organisation and a national disaster by the
MUTARE- Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA) has warned of mounting fears in the artisanal gold sector that Coronavirus pandemic could trigger an outbreak of violence and crime.
ZELA said in remote mining areas and underground pits, among artisanal miners, diggers and rural people "there is little
Hard pressed local businesses are set for a rough landing when the effect of the covid-19 lockdown takes its toll due to government's failure to provide a bailout plan to cushion their fragile operations, 263Chat Business has established.
Businesses will definitely need some stimulae to regain