Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa talks during a live transmission address to the country with respect to an expansion to the current Covid lockdown from the State House in Harare, Zimbabwe, 16 May 2020. Mnangagwa said the lockdown measures would be stretched out in a bid to dial back the spread of the pandemic COVID-19 sickness brought about by the SARS-CoV-2 Covid, which has so far brought about four passings in the African country.
Someone, somewhere in Zanupf and government knows what happened to Itai Dzamara. What happened to Itai happened to others in Matebeleland during the 80s and in June of 2008. Rashiwe Guzha and Paul Chizuze also come to mind. In 1997, a ZBC camera man, Edward Chikomba was abducted and murdered for leaking video footage of crimes, against humanity to the world, his body was found in Mt Hampden.
There was something to smile about for Zimbabweans even though there was an extension of the country ´s level 4 lock down this week . Minister Monica Mutsvangwa This is after the Zimbabwe Minister of Information , Publicity and Broadcasting made some good announcements regarding the country´s fight against the Covid-19 .
Zimbabwe has marked a $1.3 billion (R19 billion) joint endeavor concurrence with British-based Coven Energy to foster a fuel pipeline from the Mozambican port city of Beira to the capital city Harare, the clergyman of data said on Wednesday. Monica Mutsvangwa said the pipeline would praise the current one that additionally interfaces Harare and Beira and make landlocked Zimbabwe a fuel center point for the southern Africa area.
THE National Taskforce on Covid-19 will tomorrow consider on the kickoff of the line and various ports of area following a dropping example in cases which achieved the loosening up of lockdown measures.
The Zimbabwean nationals will be heartbroken when they find out about what Minister Mutsvangwa shared yesterday concerning school children. Yesterday she said that 23 percent of children dropped out of school as a result of the economic challenges in Zimbabwe . This was made known by the Government of Zimbabwe on Tuesday.
If you are a Zimbabwean learner , then you need to be informed that the cabinet of Zimbabwe made a decision regarding the reopening of schools. On Tuesday evening, it was decided that the reopening of schools in the country had to be postponed yet again. The development was announced by the Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services, Mrs Monica Mutsvangwa in Harare.The decision to postpone the reopening of schools by a two weeks was made as a result of the Covid-19 infections which continue to rise .
THE National Taskforce on Covid-19 will tomorrow ponder on the opening of the border and different ports of section following a descending pattern in cases which brought about the unwinding of lockdown measures.
The Minister of Information , Publicity and Information Mrs Monica Mutsvangwa shared some great news regarding 400 Zimbabwean schools which are reported to be struggling with paying for their monthly subscriptions for internet . This is after the Minister made it known that there is going to be provision of free internet services for these schools .These schools already have connectivity but are failing to make the monthly payments .
It was another knock-out to Zimbabwean Education from the Covid-19 which saw the government deciding to postpone the reopening of schools yet again . The reason for the postponement of the reopening according to the Minister of Information ,Publicity and Broadcasting Services , Mrs Monica Mutsvangwa is the surging Covid-19 infections in the country .
There is some great news that has been shared for Zimbabwe regarding its battle against the Covid-19 pandemic.This is after it was highlighted that the Zimbabwean companies that wish to procure vaccinations for their employees can now do so.
The Zimbabwean cabinet is reported to have released good news for the pupils who are in the boarding schools.
President Mnangangwa banned public servants who are not vaccinated from reporting to work. The President of the republic of Zimbabwe, Emerson Dambudzo Mnangangwa once made it clear that in his country (Republic of Zimbabwe), no one will refuse to be vaccinated. Many thought he was just making this recommendation but now with many people not willing to take vaccination, The president Emerson Dambudzo Mnangangwa together with his cabinet, have started using indirect intensive force to those who are not vaccinated.
The Zimbabwean government has given an amnesty for inmates who have served at least a quarter of their sentences.There government disclosed this information to journalists during a post-cabinet press briefing on Tuesday evening.
The Zimbabwean members of the public will be filled with relief when they find out that the Zimbabwean government is on the lookout for the Indian Covid-19 strain , in order to ensure that they are safe. It is reported that the government of Zimbabwe is in the process of conducting genomic tests .This will assist the healthcare department with the determination of the Covid-19 variant , as to whether it has been imported or not.
The government of Zimbabwe is reported to have made an announcement of the decision that was made regarding its teachers.
The Government declared the delay of schools resuming as Covid-19 cases have kept on ascending, with 519 cases and six passings detailed yesterday. Starting yesterday, the country's aggregate Covid-19 cases remained at 42 714 with 37 288 recuperations and 1 691 passings. The quantity of dynamic cases remained at 3 735.
It's not all easy for the government of Zimbabwe as it is reportedly sweating to ensure that there is observance of the Covid-19 protocols in all the schools.
There is a report of alleged corruption and nepotism on the distribution of Covid-19 vaccines which should see the frontline workers being the first people that must get inoculated.
The government of Zimbabwe is reported to have bowed down to the request that was made regarding the 2021 June Examinations to be cancelled.The government of Zimbabwe is reported to have announced the decision to suspend the Ordinary and Advanced level examinations for the 2021 academic period.