Health & Fitness

Zimsec Sets June Exams for July

By Lovejoy Mutongwiza The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) says the rescheduled June examinations will be written in July despite consented calls for cancellation of the exams as the country continues to record an increase in COVID-19 cases. To date, the country has 203 reported cases with four deaths, with …

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Only Final Exam Classes Set to Reopen – Minister

By Robert Tapfumaneyi Zimbabwe school grades sitting for final public examinations will be the only ones allowed to reopen as the country takes cautious steps towards delayed reopening of learning in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Education Ministry and relevant stakeholders are reported to have come up with …

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COVID-19 Drags Down Cassava Volumes

By Tawanda Musarurwa, Diversified digital services group, Cassava Smartech, saw its volumes during the lockdown period decline by 40 percent. The coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, has disrupted businesses and economies across the globe, as governments moved to impose lockdowns to try and curb its spread. Zimbabwe is currently under indefinite Level …

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Zimbabweans Struggle As Remittance Lifeline Shrinks

By Shaun Smillie, Madelene Cronjé The Covid-19 lockdown has compounded the hardships faced by many Zimbabweans in their own country as well as those in South Africa who keep trying to help their families from afar. Before the Covid-19 pandemic and the resultant lockdown in South Africa, Blessing Masuku used …

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The Country Is Still On Level 2 Lockdown – ZRP

By Lemuel Chekai The nationwide lockdown enacted to combat COVID19 pandemic is still on Level 2, the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has said. In a brief statement released on its on Twitter, ZRP highlighted that only essential services personnel and businesses in the formal commercial and industrial sectors are exempted …

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Justice in Traditional Courts Put On Hold

DOCUMENT The COVID-19 pandemic has placed the justice system in limbo as traditional courts remain closed in response to the global pandemic. Traditional leaders play a key role in dispute resolution and enabling access to justice for rural communities. Traditional leaders who spoke to Habakkuk Trust recently said they have …

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