Health & Fitness

Africa: Nearly 6.4 Million Covid-19 Cases Across Continent

As of July 23 confirmed cases of Covid-19 from 55 African countries reached 6,368,328 while over 41,619,926 vaccinations have been administered across the continent. Reported deaths in Africa reached 161,593 and 5,574,826 people have recovered. South Africa has the most reported cases 2,342,330 and 68,625 people died. Other most-affected countries …

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Zimbabwe: Police Block Access to Kwekwe CBD

Police in Kwekwe Tuesday blocked public access to the Central Business District to try and enforce a government-imposed lockdown order which started last month. Police Officer Commanding Kwekwe District Chief-Superintendent Denford Maingire said law enforcement agents in the Midlands city took the decision cordon off the CBD to try and …

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Zimbabwe: Parly Backs Motion to Enhance Media Freedom

Chairperson of the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Information, Media and Broadcasting Services, Honourable Sipho Mokone, moved a motion imploring parliament to enact legislation that enhances media freedom and encourages the media to conduct their activities without fear or favour. The motion on, Information as a public good, moved on 15 …

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Zimbabwe: Drug Companies’ Production Remains Low As Forex Shortages Bite

By Anna Chibamu Zimbabwe’s pharmaceutical industry continues importing critical medicines such as anti-retroviral drugs (ARVs) as the sector faces low levels of production due to a vast number of challenges including foreign currency shortages. Giving oral evidence to the Thematic Portfolio Committee on HIV/Aids Monday, Industry Ministry secretary Mavis Sibanda …

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Zimbabwe: PSL Record Two More Covid-19 Cases

By Grace Chingoma Senior Sports Reporter THE Premiership recorded two Covid-19 cases over the weekend ahead of the Group One Chibuku Super Cup matches. This brings the number to three since the top-flight league was allowed to resume their activities, last month. According to a statement, issued by the Premier …

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Zimbabwe: Senators Welcome New Toilet System

By Columbus Mabika Pursuant to the aspirations of embracing technology towards disposal of human waste in communities that do not have proper sewage systems, Government has adopted the Eaziflush waste management system. The technology was developed by an indigenous company, Santinton Consortium, and uses at least two litres of water …

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