Premier Service Medical Investment (PSMI) has set up a COVID-19 Stabilization and Treatment Centre, as part of its initiative to complement government efforts in containing the devastating effects of the pandemic.
In a statement, PSMI said the centre will provide acute observation of those clients with
Seed producer, Seed Co Limited got off to a flying start this Monday upon resumption of trading on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) after a four month hiatus as its share price swelled by 204.51 percentage points to close at ZWL$65.8006, 263Chat Business reports.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has raised concern over gun crimes and smuggling of drugs into the country saying his administration will now take stern measures to spike problem.
This follows the arrest of a woman who was arrested at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport in May
Passengers Association of Zimbabwe (PAZ) leader Tafadzwa Goliath has urged police to use technology to trace unauthorized vehicles than to throw teargas and spikes
Highfield parishioners of the Roman Catholic Church have bemoaned the missed opportunity to 'properly mourn' the late priest and national hero, Father Emmanuel Francis Ribeiro before his burial at the National Heroes Acre today.
By Tadiwa Madava
Father Riberio died at St Annes Hospital in Harare on
ZIMBABWE Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) on Wednesday 16 June 2021 commenced disciplinary hearing proceedings against Peter Kudzai Mushonga, a 29 year-old prison officer, who is accused of insulting President Emmerson Mnangagwa and some traditional leaders.
Mushonga, who is represented by Kudzai Choga of Zimbabwe Lawyers
MDC Alliance legislators Daniel Molokele and Nicola Watson have condemned the impending Patriotic Bill saying it is an agenda by the ruling Zanu PF to withhold political opinion.
Speaking during a virtual debate on the Bill with a local online publication, the legislators said citizens should
The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) has expressed concern at the ongoing demolitions stalls built by informal traders by the City of Harare.
In a statement, the human rights pressure group said the manner in which the demolitions are being carried is cruel.
“ZimRights is deeply disturbed
MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamaisa has urged the nation to converge and confront government’s brutality and “barbarism” if their concerns are to be heard.
Chamisa made the call following recent demolitions of illegal vending structures in Harare and Chitungwiza which left thousands of informally employed people
Yohannes Gedamu, Georgia Gwinnett College
After two postponements due to the COVID-19 pandemic and later for logistical challenges, millions of Ethiopians go to the polls on Monday. Held in the midst of historic domestic challenges – not least a war in Tigray region and instability in