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1,500 Healthcare Workers Contract Covid-19, 8 Die

Over 1500 healthcare workers across the country have contracted the deadly Covid-19 pandemic since March 2020 as Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for the frontline workers remains a challenge at most public hospitals. Since last year healthcare employees have been at war with the government over the shortage of PPEs. In …

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Govt Conducting Trials On Ivermectin for Covid-19 Treatment

An anti-parasite drug, Ivermectin, has not been banned in the country and is being allowed for individual Covid-19 applications, the acting health ministry secretary Robert Mudyiradima has said. However, he said its use remained limited until clinical trials are completed. “Its widespread use is limited until clinical trials underway to …

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Kadewere Scores Another Brace, Dedicates Win to Supporters

ZIMBABWE international striker Tino Kadewere has expressed his appreciation to the Olympique Lyon supporters after his brace inspired his side to a dominant 5-0 derby win against rivals St-Etienne Sunday evening. After rising from the bench to score another memorable double when the two sides faced each other in November, …

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BNC to Tap 8,000m Underground to Increase Nickel Production

Listed nickel miner, Bindura Nickel Corporation (BNC) has tabled a plan to increase its extraction resource base to 8 000 metres in line with the miner’s new strategic priority. In a recent update, BNC chairperson, Muchadeyi Masunda said the strategy will go a long way in sustaining the mineral’s output. …

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