Food supply plans for Zimbabwe’s Beitbridge District

Thupeyo Muleya ZIMBABWE’S Department of Civil Protection is engaging local wholesalers to evenly distribute basic commodities, especially mealie meal to business centres across Beitbridge District, to boost food supplies during the ongoing fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. At least 20 000 people are estimated to be food insecure across the country’s southern district. Currently, 10 […]

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Third Covid-19 death in Zimbabwe

ZTN Correspondent  A third Covid-19 patient has died in Zimbabwe. The 50-year-old man died at Wilkins Hospital in the capital Harare on Wednesday evening, and was among the 11 cases already reported. He arrived in Zimbabwe from the United Kingdom, testing positive for the disease on April 2. In a statement, the Health Ministry said: […]

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Save jobs, companies urged

Takudzwa Chihambakwe The Employers’ Confederation of Zimbabwe (EMCOZ), has called on companies to preserve jobs where possible despite facing various challenges to pay salaries after the coronavirus-induced lockdown. This comes at a time when some companies have mooted retrenchments. EMCOZ president, Israel Murefu says some of the actions are understandable as a number of sectors […]

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Zim police track lockdown violators

ZTN Reporter Zimbabwean police have intensified patrols amid rising concern that citizens are increasingly flouting the southern African country 21-day coronavirus induced lockdown. The Zimbabwe Republic Police said it has noted with concern an increase in vehicular and human traffic in Central Business Districts across the country. And with the Easter Holidays around the corner […]

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