The Third Man

The Third man is a cool place to field. It can give you time to switch off that you can follow heated arguments or all sorts of conversations going outside in the crowd. Such scenarios are the inspiration behind this new column. I am like the man fielding at the boundary appreciating what’s going on […]

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‘Zim Covid-19 vaccine assessment nearly complete’

ZTN Correspondent Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa says local health experts are assessing Covid-19 vaccines and will recommend “the way forward”. He said his Government is collaborating with different countries and expects to roll out “a safe and effective” vaccine “soon”. In a national address in the capital, Harare, on Saturday, the Zimbabwe leader said frontline […]

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Fourth Zim minister dies of Covid-19

Rutendo Rori Zimbabwe’s Minister of Transport Joel Biggie Matiza has died of Covid-19.Zanu-PF Mashonaland East political commissar Herbert Shumbamhini told ZTN that Matiza died at Harare’s St Anne’s Hospital at around 7pm on Friday. Matiza was also Zanu-PF Mashonaland East chairperson. He is the fourth Zimbabwe Government Minister to die of the disease after Perrance […]

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A Blessing Comeback

Brighton Zhawi Comebacks can be anything from horrific to terrific, but Blessing Muzarabani’s was simply sensational. For the Chevrons’ pace bowling arsenal this was a blessing comeback and the player’s impact was quick and profound. It’s no surprise that EspnCricinfo has picked his five- for against Pakistan as the best performance in ODIs in 2020. […]

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Muzarabani hungry for more

Brighton Zhawi Zimbabwe bowler Blessing Muzarabani says he is ‘hungry for more’ after winning Espncricinfo Awards’ best ODI bowling performance of 2020. “I am happy, I really appreciate it. It’s something that gives you confidence as a youngster, it pushes you. I am looking forward to the next game. I want to keep doing big […]

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Zim to recruit additional nurses

ZTN Correspondent Zimbabwe’s says it will recruit an additional 500 nurses in response to the surging Covid-19 cases. This was revealed by acting Information Minister Jenfan Muswere in a statement on Thursday. “500 new nursing posts are being created to augment staff complements at treatment centres,” she said. Last year the Government lifted a moratorium […]

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