Health & Fitness

Motherhood During COVID-19

American preacher, author, writer, publisher, businessman, Leroy Brownlow once said “Mother is the heartbeat in the home; and without her, there seems to be no heartthrob.” In almost all cultures globally, mothers are the glue that holds families together, role models, teachers, providers and nurturers — the list is endless. …

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African Sun Expects Business Boost

Hotelier, African Sun, says it expects a significant improvement in the business and economic climate during the second half of the year, although economies are still grappling to deal with the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. Travel and tourism – both locally and globally – are arguably the hardest hit sectors by …

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Hatcliffe Borehole Contaminated

A communal borehole in Hatcliffe Area 60 Consortium has been found contaminated with feacal matter. The borehole has been linked to be the source of the “suspected” typhoid cases in Hatcliffe. with one case which was tested positive last week. “The borehole had been found with a lot of escherichia …

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Wanted Fugitives Among Returnees

Several alleged criminals who crossed Zimbabwe’s borders into Botswana and South Africa to escape prosecution are hidden among the returnees quarantined in centres across the country. Police yesterday confirmed that they had compiled names of suspects who could have escaped into the neighbouring countries. Some returnees volunteered to return while …

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Wanted Fugitives Among Returnees

Several alleged criminals who crossed Zimbabwe’s borders into Botswana and South Africa to escape prosecution are hidden among the returnees quarantined in centres across the country. Police yesterday confirmed that they had compiled names of suspects who could have escaped into the neighbouring countries. Some returnees volunteered to return while …

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Hungry Villagers Disturbing My Sleep – Mutodi

Zanu-PF Member of Parliament for Goromonzi West Energy Mutodi is irritated that hungry villagers in Domboshava are disturbing his sleep by knocking at his gate in the early morning begging for food. Domboshava constitutes the largest part of his Goromonzi West. Mutodi, who is also the deputy information minister, Sunday …

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Minister Mutsvangwa Donates to Manicaland Children, Families

Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Senator Monica Mutsvangwa donated various foodstuffs to more than 50 children at Kudavana Children’s Home in Mutare South over the weekend. The minister’s gesture was well appreciated by the over 50 orphans housed at the facility. Kudavana Children’s Home administrator Mr Davis Mundirirwa thanked …

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Bulawayo Residents Demand Door-to-Door COVID-19 Tests

Residents here have called upon government to speed-up the testing of the COVID-19 virus in order to identify and limit its spread. Zimbabwe has witnessed low figures of COVID-19 infections compared to other countries where the virus has ravaged communities killing thousands of people. COVID-19 is a highly infectious disease …

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