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Businessman Strive Masiyiwa has urged stricter testing and tracing of people for COVID-19 in African countries.  ...

THE Zimbabwe Association for Doctors for Human Rights has raised concern over the country’s capacity to test individuals of the novel coronavirus, amid indications that of the more than 16 000 people who returned from different countries, only 200 have been tested for the virus. ...

The Supreme Court is on Tuesday afternoon expected to hand down judgement on who the legitimate leader of the MDC is between MDC Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa and Thokozani Khupe, who leads a rival faction of the opposition. ...

THE National Social Security Authority (NSSA) owned hotel in Beitbridge, Matabeleland South has been turned into a coronavirus isolation centre to help combat an outbreak and spread of the deadly pandemic. ...

The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) has cautioned officers receiving the COVID-19 funds, personal protective equipment and medication to be accountable and not disrupt government efforts to ensure the ...

IT was still early on Sunday morning when Stewart Dzivira, his wife and their two-year-old son, jumped on a bus in Glen View, a densely — populated suburb ...

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THE country’s biggest ethanol producer, Green Fuel, has donated 10 000 litres of hand sanitisers to local hospitals towards the fight against the spread of coronavirus ...

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday said the 21-day lockdown to combat the spread of COVID-19 would lead to the suffering of the already comatose economy, but said his focus ...

ZIMBABWEANS yesterday endured their first day of the national lockdown in the wake of the deadly coronavirus without potable water in most cities and towns, while others were ...

ZIMBABWE’s leading privately-owned independent media house, Alpha Media Holdings (AMH), is deploying its growing digital platforms to provide cutting-edge content amplifying measures to fight the novel COVID-19, the ...

NewsDay gives you updates of the first day of Zimbabwe Harare in pictures ...

Confusion over what “essential services” arose on Monday, the first day of Zimbabwe’s lockdown, following the detention of a journalist in the Midlands capital, Gweru.   ...

Businessman Strive Masiyiwa has urged African governments to prioritise healthcare workers, particularly now in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, where medical practitioners are in the front line. ...

THOUSANDS of food insecure families in Harare and other cities and towns yesterday flocked to their rural homes after failing to stock up enough food supplies to last ...

THE Zanu PF Mashonaland Central provincial executive has suspended its district co-ordinating committee (DCC) elections that were scheduled for this month, citing health threats posed by the coronavirus, ...

THE distribution of resources to fight the COVID-19 outbreak has exposed the need for government to fully implement devolution of power to allow provinces to map their own ...

MDC legislator Dorcas Sibanda says while President Emmerson Mnangagwa has done well to commute death sentences to life imprisonment, he should have completely abolished the death sentence as ...

SOME property owners in Victoria Falls are reportedly evicting their tenants to decongest their houses for fear of spreading COVID-19. ...

CHIEF Justice Luke Malaba has suspended the filing of new cases and postponed all pending cases in all the country’s courts with effect from today until the end ...

LOCAL Government minister July Moyo has fired Victoria Falls mayor Somvelo Dhlamini and declared his ward 9 seat vacant following recommendations by the Nelson Chamisa-led opposition MDC party. ...

GOVERNMENT has introduced stringent measures and penalties meant to curtail the flow of information during the 21-day national lockdown, with those accused of spreading falsehoods on coronavirus being ...

Sunday’s ballistic missile tests mark the fourth such launch this month as the world battles the coronavirus pandemic. North Korea has fired two suspected ballistic missiles into the ...

MINES minister Winston Chitando has called on mining companies seeking exemption or temporary relief to continue operating during the 21-day national lockdown to apply through the Chamber of ...

The government has gazetted tough new laws that could see people spending up to 20 years in prison for spreading fake news on the novel coronavirus. ...

A Harare resident on Saturday filed an urgent chamber application in the High Court seeking an order to stop the establishment of a medical facility in a residential suburb to cater for people suffering from the deadly coronavirus. ...

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has pardoned some inmates from all the country’s prisons under Clemency Order No 1 of 2020. ...

THE United States yesterday pledged US$470 000 to combat COVID-19 in Zimbabwe and to complement World Health Organisation (WHO) efforts to prepare large-scale testing for coronavirus in the ...

SOUTH AFRICA failed to close its border at midnight on Thursday as droves of Zimbabweans resident in that country thronged the Beitbridge border post to return home involuntarily. ...

THE Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has appointed Munamoto Mutevedzi substantive Chief Magistrate with effect from yesterday replacing Mishrod Guvamombe, who resigned last month, haunted by criminal charges emanating ...

GOVERNMENT has been challenged to come clean on COVID-19 by disseminating correct information on the pandemic in Zimbabwe amid concerns that testing centres were only in Harare and ...