The government has warned citizens against sending false and misleading information on the COVID-19 vaccines saying only technically sound people should make comments to avoid causing anxiety and misconceptions around the yet to be rolled out drug.
While the government and health authorities have been working
The Zimbabwe senior women’s cricket team are set to host their Pakistan counterparts in three one-dayers and two T20 matches next month.
The proposed tour, which is subject to approval from the government of Zimbabwe due to the COVID-19 restrictions currently in place, will be held
The British Foreign Secretary, Mr Dominic Raab, has visited an East African Data Centre in Nairobi owned by Econet subsidiary Liquid Telecom.
The Foreign Secretary announced the visit on his Twitter handle in a message in which he also unveiled British support for developing countries to
Since its onset in December 2019, Covid-19 has affected all aspects of human life across the world. Be it schooling or work, it is no longer business as usual.
By Shelton Muchena
The fact that Covid-19 is a social disease, with social interaction as its primary means
Incarcerated journalist Hopewell Chin’ono, Zengeza West constituency legislator Job Sikhala will once again spend the weekend in jail after High Court Judge Justice Davison Foroma reserved his ruling on the media practitioner and the university student and postponed hearing of the parliamentarian’s freedom bid to
Zimbabwe Republic Police has issued a fresh warning to people who are violating the current dusk to dawn curfew saying those providing essential services should go home straight after knocking off at 1500hours.
In a statement today, ZRP National Police Spokesperson, Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi said
Incarcerated MDC Alliance vice chairperson, Job Sikhala has vowed to soldier on, saying he will not be broken down by his incarceration which he said is a reflection of the suffering Zimbabweans have been going through under the Zanu PF administration.
In a letter from Chikurubi
Sounds of hymns from mourners give life to an eerily quiet Zororo Memorial Park Cemetery as families and friends bid last farewell to their loved ones who succumbed to the deadly COVID-19 that is currently taking toll on the world.
The influx of bodies, almost triple
Harare – January 21, 2021: The United States, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), donated 20 brand-new, state-of-the-art ventilators to Solidarity Trust Zimbabwe to help Zimbabweans fight COVID-19.
“We are pleased to deliver 20 ventilators, which complement Zimbabwe’s efforts to combat COVID-19 and demonstrate
Acting Chief Secretary to the President, George Charamba has refuted claims that President Emmerson Mnangagwa was under 14-day isolation after being in contact with one of his aides who allegedly had the coronavirus.
Local newspapers were awash with news that Mnangagwa, who announced that he would